Date of Stay: June, 2009
My husband and I have been here at Jolly Acres for about a month and a half while he is working in the area. While this park is a bit out of the way, it is a fantastic place to stay. Everyone here is friendly and pleasant. The owners are generous, helpful folks who always share smiles and friendly greetings. This has been one of the best RV parks we have chosen. It's clean, quiet, and well-kept. We will be moving out of the area soon, but plan to return after the first of the year for another work project and we already know where we plan to stay on our return.
Date of Stay: March, 2009
This park was on a large highway, but if you are in the back of the park, the noise level is minimal. The sites are fairly level, but there are lots of trees to maneuver around. We had a problem with their sewer lines backing up on a Saturday and were told that we would have to wait until Monday, since a weekend call would cost more money. So we could not use our bathroom in the camper for a couple of days until their lines were repaired. There is a sizable pond at the entrance to the park and fishing is allowed. We would stay here again if we go back into the area.
Date of Stay: January, 2009
While this is a decent place to stay, there are some issues with what rules seem to apply to what campers. Some of the long term residents tend to party it up several times a month and it can get pretty noisy. There is also a railroad track nearby, with a couple of nightly runs between 7pm and 11pm. This campground is convenient to shopping, post offices, restaurants and is about 30 minutes from Charleston or Folly Beach. Due to the noise issue, we probably would not stay here again.