This is an example of a nice looking park completely ruined by a badly designed sprinkler system. In the middle of the night, an oscillating sprinkler head came on right next to the door of our MH and sprayed the side of our rig for an hour. I couldn't get out of the door to stop it because it would have sprayed water into our MH. The next morning I got outside to find our rig covered with white dots which wouldn't wash off. I ended up having to compound the side of the MH to get them off. We will never return!!!
The major drawback to this otherwise nice little park with free Wi-Fi is the mile long dirt access road to get to it. Our MH and dinghy were covered with a layer of dust by the time we got here. Local people use the access road and feel the need to drive it at 70 miles an hour creating huge dust clouds.
Well located for exploring the Williamsburg area. Lots of trees which is good for shade, but bad for satellite dish. The park's cable tv made up for this shortcoming by including all the Encore movie channels in its lineup. The site had a level concrete pad and patio.
Easy on/off I-95, yet far enough away to eliminate traffic noise. Clean and attractive park with friendly staff. Nice big gravel pull-thrus with large timber edging. Good place to camp if it's raining - lots of gravel with very little mud. We'll stop here again.
This park - now called Savannah Oaks RV Resort- should keep its campground designation. For $38 a night, we got a dirt pull-through with no handle on the water spigot. The site was so unlevel that we had to reverse the bedding and pillows on the bed. We were so close to the next site that we had to turn up the television so that we didn't hear every word they said - our windows and door were closed. The trees were so tight on the site that I had to climb through the passenger seat on the toad to get to the driver's seat - we couldn't open the door. We'll never stay here again.
This is a perfect place to spend a month during the winter. This beautiful park is mainly empty during this time of year. We spent hours on the beach and had the whole 3 and half miles of pure white sand to ourselves.
Old campground with too many full time residents in old trailers. OK for an overnight. The owner is very nice and means well. But beware of her advice of taking first street to get back to main (it's a terrible road full of potholes) and her advice to use the American Travel Center on main street to gas up. The pumps were in terrible condition; didn't take credit cards at the pump; and my unit ran very rough on that tank of gas.
The only thing that keeps this park from being a "10" is its proximity to an elevated freeway which amplifies the traffic noise. This was one of the neatest, cleanest parks we've ever stayed at. Will stay there again.
We stayed at Blazing Star in 2005 and used to recommend it. But when we stayed there at the beginning of May of 2007, we found it looking shabby with uncut grass and weeds a foot high. Many areas that used to be grass are now dirt. And many of the concrete RV pads are dirty with no one making any effort to clean them. The young girl running the front desk wasn't interested in our comments.
We wish we had read rvparkreviews before we called in to get a reservation. This place is the dirtiest park we have ever stayed in. Dirt roads and dirt sites translate into mud everywhere. It is completely over rated in Trailer Life Directory and costs double what they should be charging. The Gold Country RV park in Auburn which is about 15 miles north goes for the same price and is much nicer. We moved there quickly. Avoid Loomis if you can.