If you need to be in SE Orlando or near Orlando International Airport, this is the place to stay. Grocery Stores, hospital,gas and restaurants are all close by. Easy drive to the airport. Downtown Orlando is about 30 minutes away without traffic. The park is clean, the staff is friendly and super helpful. All of the facilities and grounds are immaculate. The park has virtually no road noise and only occasional plane noise. The latter seemed to be weather dependent when they switched take off routes. The park is located on the shore of Lake Whippoorwill and has lots of nice landscaping in the office and trail areas. Site size and lake view varies a lot depending on which space you get. We stayed in one of the Super Sites which was a long wide concrete pad with grass and palm trees between sites. We had lots of room even with our sixty foot truck and fifth wheel length. Getting into and out of the Super Sites are easy. We enjoyed staying here and plan to return.
The Savannah South RV Park is located just off I95. It was easy to find and very easy to get in to and out of. The park has a nice setting with tall pines and a small lake. If you are traveling up or down I95 and want a park to stay in one night while traveling, it fits the bill. We stayed here several nights while visiting Savannah and Tybee Island. I wish I had found a different park because the freeway noise is noticeable especially at night. Also the spaces are quite narrow so to have any privacy in your coach you have to keep the shades closed.
This is a huge park with over 800 camp sites and a couple thousand small vacation homes. It really seemed like a small city with its own security service and a sheriffs station. We stayed here in November and the park was really nice and quiet. I was told that it is a busy place in the summertime with as many as 45,000 people staying there over the Fourth of July weekend. We enjoyed staying here, because of the beach. We took long walks on the beach a couple of times a day. The park itself is fine with easy access, gated entrance, and lots of amenities. The space we were in was nice with a duck pond on one side of us, plenty of space to the next camper, and a short walk to the sixty mile long beach. A nice plus at this park was getting our fifth wheel washed, polished, and waxed while we were there. The front desk information counter gave us a list of mobile detailers that come to the park and detail RVs. The service we got from the local mobile detailer was great and reasonably priced.
We stayed here for several nights while touring the Charleston area. The park was easy to find and access from Hwy 17. The surrounds of the park are nice with a lake, large grassy area, and a forest. The park is far enough off the highway and on its own road that there is no traffic noise. As a base for visiting Charleston it was great. It took about a half hour to drive to the historic district and was pretty much a straight shot down 17. The park is also located very near a couple of plantations that can be reached with a short drive. Also, there is a are a couple of supermarkets within a mile of the park. The common spaces are nicely maintained and there is a big dog park away from the campers, but on the lake. The down side of this park are the spaces. They are fairly close together and unless you are next to the lake your only view will be of the coaches 10 feet on either side of you. Our space had cigarette butts and other bits of trash scattered about it.