We stayed here overnight on our way to Auburn. It's right off the freeway. You have to watch out for low lying limbs as you drive to you site. Our site was on the lake and was beautiful. Will stay there again when we have more time to explore the area.
A very cool place. It's like staying at a plantation. You park in around the edge of this very large field. It's very level, lots of space between you and your neighbor. Great bike paths that take you around to ponds and a beautiful plantation type home. It's very close to Savannah.
As you drive into the camp sites watch out! You turn a corner and you are headed down a very steep road. As new RVers, it was scary, but what a view. We went in the heat of the summer, luckily there was a freak cool front, that brought the temp down into the low 90's. The terrain is desert. Great hiking and walking paths. The show TEXAS was fun, and is a must see for anyone from Texas or anyone who wishes they were from Texas! Great state park, we will return!
Such a nice staff, very helpful. We stayed over Labor Day weekend with a large group. They worked hard to keep us located together and to accommodate those who decided to come at the last minute. Close to Luckenbach and Fredericksburg. Trees and shade. Next door to a convenience store. Minutes away from the winery's. Enjoyable stay.
We drove in late at night. It's the perfect place to just pull over, easy off easy on. Nice pull throughs. Not much to look at as far as ambiance. They offer a shuttle to the casino which is nice. Will stay there again just as an overnight.
We loved this park and location! It's beautiful, well kept and there is so much to do. There are beautiful bike paths, areas to fish and catch crabs, a water park. Beautiful camp sites and a very friendly staff. Best of all it's very close to Charleston and everything you want to see. Don't forget a day at the beach, just a few miles down the road. We will go back to James Island, it was the highlight of our vacation.
This RV park is so close to Auburn University. We have never experience tailgating there but I'm sure it's quite a sight. We stayed here when we dropped our daughter off at school. It had everything we needed, level site, water, and sewer. We stayed in a site near the road, no trees, no gravel, a grass site. There are other sites available with more amenities, shade, etc. There is a train track nearby, can be a little noise but the AC drowns out the sound. Super nice staff, they are very accommodating. We will stay there again during football season and will report back.
This is a very interesting RV park. Its located along a very industrial shipping area. Our site backed up to the water and we had a view of a canal and boat dry storage, which was actually nice and peaceful. Plus it was enjoyable looking at the beautiful boats. It was very clean and secure, gates lock at 6pm. The landscaping between sites is lovely. Everyone we met from our fellow RVers to the staff was friendly. It's very close to downtown New Orleans, about 6 miles. They offer a shuttle but we chose to drive our own car. We would recommend this to anyone, it's different, but different can be good!