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12/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
This was a wonderful place to stay. The sites are tucked in, surrounded by palms and other trees, offering much privacy. No sewage at site but park offers three well-maintained community dump sites. Beautiful beach. Wi-Fi available only at store near beach. We felt we had reached a tropical island in Site 111. Highly recommended.
12/2009
rating [ 7/10 ]
Park is woody but sites are relatively close together. Good camp store on property as well as bike rentals. Certainly convenient to sites on Jekyll Island and to bike paths. We had poor weather while we were there but I would be happy to return just to take advantage of the bike and hiking trails and the beach areas.
12/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Extra one-time entry charge of $5. Good value; helpful rangers. Heavily wooded. Cable needed and supplied. Good walking trails. We enjoyed being there.
12/2009
rating [ 8/10 ]
Well organized campground; spacious sites with trees sprinkled throughout. Very convenient to Charleston sites. The biggest drawback for us were the speed bumps that cross the main road of the campground. These were impressive and shook the car, not to mention the motorhome. Since we were parked further back in the campground, we were forced to cross 6-8 of these bumps each time we entered and exited the grounds.
11/2009
rating [ 9/10 ]
My husband and I loved this park. Because we are old-fogies, we were not looking for a swimming pool or miniature golf course. What we got was a beautiful welcome to the park driving under a tree-lined entranceway. Sites (we were in #15 and had access to Wi-Fi in our RV) were shaded and more than adequate for our 32-footer. The beach and fishing pier were just a short walk away. The park is very conveniently located on Rt 17, only a few miles south of Myrtle Beach proper. We were sorry that we had made time for only a two-night stay and would certainly return. Our complaints were two. We enjoyed the 1/2 mile trail in the woods but would have wanted more trail ways. Secondly: the state and local taxes add 20% more to the cost of the stay.
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