Nice park to use to visit Charleston. James Island County park (with the holiday festival of lights) was not available. Many roomy pull through sites for big rigs. Reasonable rate with Good Sam discount, very helpful staff.
We used this campground twice on one trip. What was important to us was a long pull through site (RV with tow car over 60 feet). Price is pretty high and rate reflects KOA discount. Staff was friendly, sites were pretty easy to get in and out of. On site maintenance guy helped me jump my tow car very quickly. Other than rate, the place worked great for our purpose.
Was here in off season (July). Was well maintained and clean. Essentially this is a trailer park which has a section for RV's. No campground store, not much going on. Easy to get into and out of. Plenty of space for our 42" class A. Not a place for families.
Nice park. They gave us two sites for our 42 RV. Not much in the store, and the park was a little dull for my teenagers, but we enjoyed it. Close to the attractions and the bus is convenient. We would go back.
Similar comments to other campers. Our coach was facing the beach, awesome views. No shade though and very tight spaces. Campground store very nice with helpful people. Ordered in some pizza and calzones from Manny's which was very good. We would definitely go back.
We needed a place to overnight and use a 50 amp hookup. We arrived in a 42 Class A motorhome at midnight. While trying to make a right turn into the gated area we couldn't make the turn and had to stop. While parked half way in the gate the gate came down on the RV, hit one of my kids and scratched up the RV. Gate arm was on a timer. System not appropriate for high use campgrounds (doesn't bounce back and is not wrapped in foam.) Maintenance manager said it has happened before. Campground misrepresented what happened to their insurer, and management does not respond to calls. Suggest you stay away from this place as they are not honest.
Huge sites. Convenient to park. We didn't get much out of the park (my kids like more action). Gas barbecues and wooden decks for each camper (at least near the pool where we were). The sites were recently spruced up but were still kind of barren. You backed up to a row of trees but each rig stuck out without any shade. The bathrooms from 5P to 7/A the next day had not been cleaned, but were not terrible. Highly recommend the light show and fireworks. Free, nightly at the main park. Kids loved it.
Great CG. Nice large spaces. They charged us for 2 sites since we had 9 people. Don't know why they couldn't just have a per person surcharge. Anyway, nice site, plenty of shade. Close to the Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg action. We avoided commercial stuff and took a tour of the smokies, went to the Forbidden Caverns (fun) and just hung out. Had a problem with the valve on our black tank and Ricky's RV Repair was there within two hours and fixed it right up. Highly recommended. Nice guy too. Don't know why people complain about pulling out of this campground. I never had a problem with our 40' diesel rig.
We have stayed in two ocean front campsites on this trip. This one and Red Coconut in Fort Myers Beach. Both offered different things, but were great. This campground offers good size sites, covered wooden porches/cabanas with each site. A nice touch. The pool is large and clean. CG needs a campground store, but there is a gas station up the street. Bathrooms were relatively clean, however, could use a bit of freshening up. Not sure beach front sites are all that important as the dunes are in the way. We would definitely stay here again. Highly recommended.
Excellent campground in excellent area. We had a stream-side site. The kids loved it. They would have played in it all day long. Nice and clean. Also had a fire ring. Site was nice and big. Hookups were good. Lots of shading on the campground. Definitely would come back.
Stayed at this campground July 10+11. The campground is a bit tight, and we had a large audience for our "squeeze in". That said, all hookups worked great, we fit in the backed in space and had a nice shade tree over our RV. Bathrooms were clean for a beach site (lots of sand, to be expected though). The key to this campground is location. If the sites were a bit deeper, it would be a 10 rating. Wow, still, even being 4 rows off the beach it was great. Best time of the day is 6 - 8P when the sun is heading down and lots of people enjoying the cooler temps and sunset. If you are interested in the beach, stay on the beach side vs. park side. And, if you can plan in advance, get the spots on the beach. Priceless! Bring all your beach toys, outdoor living rooms, etc no matter your spot. You won't regret it. Oh, btw, our price was high because we had 9 on our site.