A great Georgia State Park campground with 2 loops in one. The outer loop offers a few large pull through sites, most have a lake view, 3 sites are lakefront. The inner loop offers some large back in sites closer to the bathhouses. The inner loop can be a challenge to maneuver large RVs due to the roof of one bathhouse right next to the loop's paved road. Many campers have tried to take the roof off that bathhouse. Most sites are gravel and grass with some having a timbered border. All have water, 30 amp electric with lamp post and fire ring. Ants can be a problem at Laura Walker so be sure to spray everything that touches the ground.
Getting into James Island County Park is a mission in itself. Reservations were hard to come by. This park has a great location close to Charleston but if you make a wrong turn, the roads toward the campground become a nightmare. The park itself is a county run facility offering a water park, children's play area and an unleashed dog area with lake. This all sounds real nice except some of the actual sites suffer from lack of maintenance. Our site was not close to level and held water. Sewer openings in most sites are below grade allowing uncapped openings to fill with sand and rain water. The tree canopy needed a spring trimming upon our arrival. We enjoyed our stay and will return if we can get a reservation.
This park fit our needs for an overnight stay while traveling north. The owners were nice and on site upon our arrival. The park is mostly full of seasonal or working campers. All seemed to have clean modern rigs but one could tell they had been on site for weeks or months. Our site was level, and grassy and voltage was good. We plan to make this a return spot.
We love to travel the back roads whenever possible and Boss RV Park was our choice since Wrens was our mileage point. We were skeptical at first after reading some reviews but upon arrival, our concerns were removed. There were about 5 full time house holds, but this was not a trailer park atmosphere. Upon arrival, the owner was mowing grass and stopped to escort us to a good, shady and level pull through site. The outside temperature was approaching 100 degrees so both a/c's were turned on. Voltage seemed to be somewhat low so we turned off one a/c and voltage returned to manageable numbers. We will stay here again.
What a gem? Each site is a mixture of pea-gravel and sand. Most sites drain really well during our Florida rainstorms. Sites are large, spaced apart as much as 50 feet and are easy to get into. Voltage seems to be good during peak summer A/C season.
This is our weekend get-a way located just north of Keystone Heights, Fl. We enjoy the Sand Hill Loop the best with it's 50 amp service and back-in sites. The reason for the low grade, the State of Florida has let the sites degrade to the point some are no more than a mud hole during our summer rains. Sites are not gravel but a mixture of bolder size lime rock and sand. Most sites are not close to level and have low hanging limbs. We hope the State reads these reviews.
A great get-a way with full hookups. At $20 a night, a bargain. We have camped here many times and have found we like the single digit sites (1-9) the best. We also have Verizon cell and air cards which are real spotty but we seem to always find the hot spot enabling us to conduct business. The spring's wall was collapsing and the renovation was completed in late 2009 and is now open. 72 degree water all year. We plan many more trips here.
Georgia Agrirama and Agriculture Museum is right off I-75 in Tifton. A paved, unshaded parking lot that had RV hookups installed as an after thought. We stopped for the night just to give it a try. At $20, you get your moneys worth. The power supply from either 50, 30, or 20 amp service was excellent never dropping below 115 volts with 2 A/C's running. There was some noticeable traffic noise due to the proximity to I-75 but we managed. We will stay here again but when it is a little cooler.