Date of Stay: October, 2011
This is an excellent resort that is just 10 miles from Savannah, GA. We almost overlooked it because it is in South Carolina. Easy entry, level and long lots. We used Passport America and the price was $20 per night. Everything about this resort was functional and very pleasant. The owner came by to visit with us and we found him to be very cordial and friendly. We highly recommend this resort to anyone wanting to enjoy the wonderful city of Savannah.
Date of Stay: September, 2011
After reading the negative reviews on this park we called them to ensure they had a space to fit our rig and that their Wi-Fi was working properly. We were advised everything was in working order so we decided to stay. When we arrived it took over an hour to check in as the space they assigned was way too small plus we could not negotiate the turn to get into the space. We toured the park and found a space that would work but were informed that space was reserved for their "preferred customers." Most spaces were muddy and very small. We were to learn the Wi-Fi did not work except during the middle of the night. The two "kids" (the girl had a pierced nose) that worked the front desk were very rude. We asked to speak to the owner and were informed she was too busy to speak to campers. Many of the washing machines were broken. There were numerous signs throughout the park advising they were on well water and sometimes the water was dirty. We were advised to use at our own risk. We will never stay at this park again.