The state park is great with some wonderful trails which are great for children, they are very flat and well maintained. The playgrounds in the park are great as well. The campground is large and the spots are spread out with plenty of trees, they are fairly level. Nice fire rings and picnic tables are at every site, of course a sewer hookup would be nice. It is a little tight maneuvering through the park so those with big rigs should be cautious but you can do it.
Fort McAllister has a great campground, the sites are large but many are uneven and require leveling blocks. The fort itself is about a 1 mile walk from the campground and provides plenty of activity including playgrounds, fishing piers, park ranger led tours and activities. There are also a few nature trails throughout the park for use. Pretty empty in the winter months so plenty of selection and quiet. Staff is beyond friendly and allowed us to check in plenty early.
Great campground with friendly staff and neighbors. The campground is located just across the street from a wonderful park with a fishing pier and 2 mile nature trail around a salt marsh and beach access is about a 1 mile walk away. The only improvement I would suggest is a playground on site for children.