Date of Stay: October, 2010
This park is soon to be a jewel in the South. Stopped here for 2 days on the way home from a 6 week trip. The hosts and owners couldn't be more friendly and helpful. A truly beautiful property. Recently started to add RV sites, it was a long time cattle/dairy farm. Old home plantation buildings with many trails to drive or walk. Convenient to everything, only about 5 miles from downtown Savannah and 5 miles from Hunter AFB for those that have base commissary privileges. The owner and I had a great discussion about his plans and I can't wait to come back year after year to see the development. My wife has family in the area and said that coming here to visit will be a much more often made trip now that we have found this park. The only reason for a score of 9 instead of 10+ is that there are still a few details in the works on multiple option power pedestals and the possibility of adding cable TV. Antenna works great and receives and 10-12 stations. Many of the other coaches have their satellites up and appear to have no difficulty in sight lines. Wi-Fi works well and fast throughout the park. Truly one of the most beautiful and pleasant parks I have stayed at during our 6 week trip through the NE. A great place to stay and rest up for a few days on the way home to Orlando. Also honored Military ID for discount.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
Our first time here, but for sure not our last. It was destination for us while making the trip with 3 other RVs. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The park is easily traveled and the sites are level gravel with a large grassy space between them. Plenty of room for our 40 footer with 4 slides. Some sites are well shaded and some aren't. For the most part site orientation is laid out well for optimum patio shade. Our only real disappointment was the inconsistency of the WiFi service. Worked okay sometimes and not at all others. They said they were working on it, but not much changed during our 9 days here. Great place for families and kids too. Having no kids in our group we enjoyed the "adults only" indoor heated pool and sauna. I would give this park a 10 if it were not for the WiFi. Computer access is very important to us in our travels. We would absolutely stay here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We stopped here for two days to visit the beach. There was no oil on the beach. We were on the way home after a 3 week trip. The staff was extremely pleasant and friendly. The store is very well stocked and has a large selection of RV supplies, accessories and parts. While the site was very narrow it was easy to set up our 40' motorhome with 4 slides. A little cramped but okay for a short stay. My patio awning was only a couple of feet from the RV next to me. The pad was asphalt and level however everything else is pretty much sand, including the tent camping area across the street from our site. Not much grass anywhere in the park, however a lot of trees and plenty of shade. Very convenient to the beach, only a short walk across the street and you are there. Good cable TV channel selection and the strongest, fastest WiFi I have encountered in my travels. Very clean and maintained park, but the overall appearance is a disheveled look because of the faded asphalt and lack of grass. A lot of sand between sites. Good destination park for a family vacation or a short stop to enjoy the beach. While the park is pet friendly there is no walking area for your dogs. They tell you to just walk the dog and make sure you pick up after. I was a little uncomfortable with this. It was hard to find a place for the dog that was not right next to somebody's patio. They also ask you not to walk them in the permanent sites area of the park. There appears to be more permanent sites than temporary sites. Overall we had a very nice stay and would come back here again.
Date of Stay: July, 2010
We were visiting St Louis for 5 days and selected this park for convenience of location. There was ample space between sites for our 4 slides, however the patio side was split between asphalt and grass. It seems that the sprinklers come on each morning and soaked everything on the patio. There is definitely NO WiFi here. You may use the Hotel lobby internet service which is ethernet, and requires you to sit in the small lobby and connect via a cable. The TV cable is extremely limited to number of channels. The park store is small and limited in selection. The park is very clean and well maintained, roads and wide easy to maneuver. The orientation of the sites is not really conducive to shaded patios, and while there are trees, they are all young and short. A very good park for short visits while sightseeing, but not a destination park and no frills or activities for kids. I would have expected more from a park built to attract folks to spend time in their casino just across the parking lot from your site.