Date of Stay: February, 2012
This is a very nice park. We stay here whenever we take a trip south because of it's location to I-5. It's a large park and we've had several different pull-through sites and pull-ins on the creek, all of which have been neat and provided plenty of room for our slide-outs. The restrooms are really clean and there's a nice laundry facility available. The park is within walking distance to an outlet center, eating facilities, and a large grocery store. The staff are great and have homemade cookies when you check in, which is a nice touch.
Date of Stay: October, 2011
This is one of our favorite parks in Charleston. The park is gravel and it's on the beach so it gets a little dusty and dirty, but it has the best access to the beach and the sites have quite a bit of room around them. They have everything you need to clean and cook your crab if you go crabbing, and have a lot of the essential things in their store if you forget something. The park is not within walking distance to grab a bite to eat or pick up groceries, but there's a neat boutique store and a wonderful restaurant within close driving distance in Charleston if you unhook your tow vehicle.
Date of Stay: July, 2011
This is a nice, clean park. The sites are gravel but there's grass next to each site. We stay here often on any trip south along I-5. It's not over the top with amenities but it has everything you need and the staff are always nice and accommodating. The bathrooms are neat and there's a laundry facility available. The park is within walking distance to Starbucks, Burger King, the Olive Pit, and grocery stores if you don't feel like unhooking your tow vehicle.