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Very large CG, with long pull-through spaces that are easy to maneuver. Gravel internal roads and level spaces. Plenty of shade trees throughout the park. Large grass area around each space. Great Wi-Fi. Clean laundry room, well equipped. Good water pressure, power, and sewer. Trees are well trimmed. Easy access from the 20. This park has a small eatery serving breakfast and dinner (ribs being the main menu attraction). A few attractions in the area. The new owners live on the property and are very friendly and helpful. An overall great place to spend a few days. We were here for 7 days and loved it!

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Large grass areas for every space, easy to maneuver with big rigs. Easy access off the 20. Plenty of shade for most of the spaces. Water pressure a little low, but adequate. Electrical & sewer fine. Camp host(Connie) very friendly and helpful. Be sure to visit the potato factory across from the CG and get your free bag of spuds!

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Not as great as they would like you to think by their advertisements. This place has a dirt lead in road (1/2 Mile) into the park after leaving the main road and is very, very dusty; our towed looked like a marsh mellow when we pulled into the park. We reserved a pull through with full hookups including 50 A. We got a narrow pull through with a big mud hole and only 30 A service. The workers were going by every 5 mins all day long dumping dust all over our rig. Stay away!

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Beautiful spot. Clean, well laid out. Trees and a table at each spot. Very quiet. Wi-fi strong, services work well. Will stay here again.

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The park is large and busy. Staff was very helpful. Had a wonderful pet walking service, helped us out for several days. The lawns did need some more mowing and upkeep. Have a fun little café for snacks and ice cream. Wifi was a bit questionable. Bus depot right in front to take you to the Metro for sightseeing. We would stay here again.

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This campground should be called The SC KOA Mud Park. After a rain you have to hold on to your rig just to keep from slipping and falling, it is so muddy. Most of the site's sewer inlets are left open so the rain water can drain off. The entire park has very poor drainage allowing standing water to produce mosquitos. They allow pit bull dogs in this park, beware! Big rig access is a joke; very small lanes and sharp corners to navigate. Now for the good things about this KOA: They provide site trash pickup, but their rules are not to put out your trash the night before, which is not enforced. The workers were friendly and helpful. In conclusion, this KOA needs to close for a complete make over. We were very disappointed with this KOA; we will not be back!

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This is a great RV Resort. The location is near shopping areas and fuel. We spent a week here and loved it. We were escorted to our space which was cement, level and with a patio, plenty of room for chairs. Our space was near the lake allowing us to enjoy the view and ducks. The workers were very helpful. The trash was picked up every morning, which was nice.

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This CG has been here for a while like most things in the Savannah area. There are lots of trees making for plenty of shade and the park is always quiet. The pads in the pull-through slips are cement and level (rig leveling not required). Water pressure & sewer were OK. The electric service was direct with no breaker protection at the Rig connection point. The workers were pleasant and helpful including the escort to our slip. There is automatic security gates at both the entrance and exit. There were no dog waste bags or other waste pick-up devices in the dog area. We enjoyed staying here and will be back.

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Great RV Resort. Far enough away from the freeway noise, but an acceptable distance to the I-10 via the IH 35. Management was helpful and friendly, even helped us get delivery of a package from UPS that we needed. There are two doggie fenced in areas, one for small dogs and one for big dogs to enjoy. Nice adult only pool and a kids pool at each end of the park. Park is clean, quiet, and well groomed. Each pad has it's own covered slab for the picnic table. We will be back.

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This is a great RV Park. Clean, easy maneuvering for big rigs, lots of shade, very helpful managers and big pads for pull-thru sites. We would stay here again and will recommend to our friends that are passing through this area.

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This is a great RV Park for a short stay. The access roads are gravel with a little dust, but well laid out allowing easy maneuverability for the big rigs (45+). The numerous pull throughs are level, long and wide enough to accommodate big rigs with tow vehicles. FHU w/50amps at all sites. The Wi-Fi signal was strong at our space which was one of the furthest out. The spaces are gravel with grass areas between that could use some mowing. Picnic tables are provided with some, but not all of the spaces. The traffic noise from I-40 is aggravating at times, but slows at night. The owners are friendly and helpful. This is a no frill, one night stand, RV Park. We will stay here again when passing through.

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This RV Park has been here since Route 66 was a main highway. This appears to be more of a trailer park than an RV Park. The tenants have been there long term and the junk piled up around and under their rundown trailers is truly an eyesore. The spaces are very small and close together with no room for awning deployment. The water connection is 18” below ground level in a plastic containment box that fills up with ground run off when it rains. There is standing drainage in the park that gives off a foul odor around a culvert opening that runs under the adjacent road which in turn, contributes to the above normal amount of flies. The 50 A service was reliable, however, there is no Wi-Fi or TV cable service. The traffic noise is above normal through most of the day and night. The RV parks in this area are few and far between, like us, you may not have a choice, so grin and bear it!

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This is a poorly designed run down RV Park want-A-be. The entrance road runs through an 18 wheeler dirt parking lot, which is full of pot holes, mostly washed out and dusty as well. The dirt/gravel access roads are narrow and the turns are almost impossible for a 40 foot rig. There is only one pull through site which is really just a small path off of the access road, in the tree branches, and on a turn with a cement curb covered with knee high weeds that makes it even harder to clear when exiting. Most of the pads are so unlevel that it appears the gravel was just dumped on the slope and raked out. There is cement curbs pointed at each turn that seem to be deliberately designed to puncture your tires if you hit one while negotiating a turn. There is 50 Amp service and a very strong Wi-Fi signal. The staff was very friendly and helpful, however, it doesn’t make up for this poor excuse for an RV Park. Don’t waste your money here. We won’t be back!

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This RV Park is what we think all RV Parks should be like! We stayed here 6 nights and hated to leave. The whole park is extremely well maintained including a huge fenced dog play area with exercise toys. The entrance road and access roads are paved and large, allowing plenty of maneuverability for the bigger rigs (45+). The pads are mostly gravel with a cement section with attached patio that includes metal patio furniture. The pads require little to no leveling effort. The utilities are all excellent with over 50 psi of water pressure. The WiFi signal was very strong with no drop outs. They pick up your laid out trash by your space each morning before noon. The park owners/staff go out of their way here to make sure the customer is happy, even after hours there is a red phone in the night registration box for needed assistance. It is no wonder this RV Park pulls the high ratings: we will be back!

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This is a well maintained, very large CG with gravel access roads and pads. The access roads and pads are of sufficient size to easily handle the big rigs (45+). The CG is located approximately 6 miles south of the 61/20 interchange on the East side of Hwy 61, requiring you make a U turn after passing the CG. The electric (30-50A) water (60 psi) and sewer at every site has no problems. The CG has a three station WiFi that did not work when we first arrived, but was repaired after a short down time and worked fine with a strong signal (we were at the far end of the park). The CATV was not very good, only a poor picture could be obtained. The RV Site Map was professionally done and answered most all of our questions. There were no mosquitoes only a lot of Cicadas. The management lives on the premises and is very friendly, helpful, and quick to respond, they even pick up your set out garbage in the morning. We stayed here five days and will stay here again when we are in the area.