Our site had full concrete pad that was level with grass on the side for the dog to play. Close to 2 large malls and a Walmart. Staff were very pleasant and helped you to your site. Easy trip getting to the city. We would stay here again.
The park is very clean and close to the highway. There are a lot of signs about cleaning up after your pet but you shouldn't have to be told. We have a dog and did take her across the street to play frisbee. There is some highway noise, but not too bad. We would stay here again.
This is an Expo center located about a mile from all the Blues Clubs in town. It's a good deal for a few nights but if you have a dog, keep it off the grass because there are small burrs and fire ants.
Resort is beautiful, there are a couple of sites that give you a view of a small man-made pond that is stocked. There is also a fountain spray that sounds nice when sitting outside. The hot tub is huge, and there is also a swimming pool. Both have waterfalls, nice touch. At night you can sit by a nice outdoor fire place on the large stone patio. Managers are very friendly and accommodating.
The park is located a mile down an extremely dusty dirt road so if you RV is clean, it won't be for long. The 30 amp service was so bad that we had problems just running one AC with everything else shut off. Had to start the generator to get the coach cool down. There is an above the ground pool but it was not maintained. The trees were scrubby and needed trimming. I would not stay here again.
We were in the first site to the right as you come in. Only 4 miles to the city of Savannah and the trolley will pick you up and drop you off at the campground. The campground was clean and the owners were very friendly. Some of the sites were close to the road but we couldn't hear any traffic from our site. We will stay here again.
I don't know why they call this a resort. The campground is huge but the sites are very tight, poorly groomed and showing a lack of maintenance. With our 4 slides out we had a 4' x 8' area of grass to sit on. They tried to charge me $3 a day for internet service that I refused to pay. We had to pay $40 for the first night then $20 with Passport America. Bottom line is that this campground is more like a $10 a night place.
The park was clean and the staff was friendly. The owners dog was a Rottweiler which she said was a baby, but I wouldn't get near the dog. The trees had a lot of low branches that scratched the side of my coach as well as a 5er that passed by. We mentioned the low branches to the owners, but they said no one else complained and didn't seem as though they were going to do anything.
We pulled in and wondered what we were getting into, this campground is a dump. The sites are narrow and short. The electrical service boxes are rotting from the salt air, the service water smells like swamp water. Lots of large chunks of concrete along the oceans edge from hurricane Ike. Damaged dock and refuse along the shore and no effort to clean it up. Also a lot of sites taken by old trailers occupied by locals and surounded with trash. People in the office were friendly, but smokers were allowed to smoke in the office. We had a site with an ocean view that was beautiful but we would not come back here unless they cleaned up.
It was bad enough that this place charges $2.00 a day for our dog, and $3.00 a day for each of our teen grand-daughters, they have the gall to charge for the use of the showers. What's next, pay toilets? On the plus side, they are located next to the Saco river where you can go canoeing or tubing.
Campground was small but very clean. Just upgraded the services and some of the sights. In the process of constructing a new office building. Not a lot for kids, but did have a small playground with slides and swings. Was located high up on the top of a hill. Very quite at night.