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Hardeeville RV, Hardeeville, South Carolina

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $26.00
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What can I say. This park was perfect for my needs. Nice quiet setting with lots of trees. Nice pull through spacious lots. Hook ups were good. Cable and Wi-Fi worked great. There was a fire ring to every 3 or 4 sites. Savannah was a short distance away. The manager’s son was very helpful and courteous. The price was a little higher, but worth it. Would definitely recommend it. Price reflect stayed for a week. We camped at Hardeeville RV in a Fifth Wheel.

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Jolly Acres RV Park and Storage, Saint George, South Carolina

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $23.00
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This was a nice and quiet park out in a country setting. There was a dog kennel close by with barking at feeding time, but was quiet at night. The park was clean and updated with trees throughout. The sites had concrete patios and spacious. Nice pull-throughs for big rigs and road ways were good. There was no cable TV and I could only get 3 channels on the antenna. The Wi-Fi didn’t work most of the time and the management said the Tech was coming to fix it when I was leaving. Laundry facilities were small with only two machines and a little pricey, but worked well. Free courtesy phone for local calls. Staff was friendly and helpful. About 35 miles to Charleston. Price reflects stay for a week in a toyhauler; daily rates are higher on weekends. Would stay again. We camped at Jolly Acres RV Park and Storage in a Fifth Wheel.

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Elmore RV Park, Charlotte, North Carolina

Date of Stay: November, 2011 - $20.00
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This RV park has a great location, close to downtown. Easy to miss it though if you are driving down the road. Has a small sign and is located behind an automotive garage. The lady and husband management/owners were super nice and helpful. Came out to help me unload my motorcycle out of the back of my toyhauler. Hook ups were a little outdated, but functional. No cable TV at the time, but there were about 10 local stations. Wi-Fi worked well. There were a number of permanent residents living there and all that I met were nice. The biggest downside was the train whistles that blow all times of the night and the tracks were close by. This is not a resort, but it was good for the price and location in Charlotte. Would give a higher rating if it wasn’t for the trains at night. We camped at Elmore RV Park in a Fifth Wheel.

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