1 Park near Jekyll Island, Georgia
Jan 2016 - $35.00
We stayed at Jekyll Island from December 30 thru January 2, 2016 on our way to Florida. We normally stay in Brunswick, GA but thought we would get the Island experience, what a surprise. Wonderful campground and great people to help. Can not say enough good about it even after I hit a tree branch pulling in. The people in the site across from us gave me a name and he came out News Years day to patch my roof. Walking distance to the beach and fishing pier. Bicycle riding is the transportation of choice on the trail which circles the island. Cannot wait until next year. - TheBounders
Jan 2016 - $35.00
The sites are a little close together for my liking. The site is covered in tree bark chips. All of the hookups worked and the place is well maintained by a legion of campground hosts. The campground hosts were very friendly and helpful. The campground is a good way from the other attractions on Jekyll Island so you will need some type of transportation once you get there. There are lots of very large trees real close to the road. Be very careful. We asked the girl in the office about extending our stay one night. "Nope, that site is rented." No offer of another site or any alternative. Lots of Snowbirds in the campground staying several months. - Badlands Bob
Nov 2015 - $37.00
This is a small private campground that has a casual family feel to it. There were no permanent residents that I could identify but there were plenty of people who were there for long stays and fixed up their sites to be quite homey. Given the season Christmas decorations were abundant. I liked it but some might not because it was quite cluttered, not clean and neat.
The restrooms were clean but women's restroom near the front where the activity center is had a horrific sewage smell the entire time we were there. We just used the other facility.
The sites and interior roads are dirt, sand, and leaves. It is pretty messy but we were able to keep things clean enough. There is hardly room for parking a second vehicle so we parked on the other side of the road.
Riverview drive has many trees that do not provide 12.5 feet of clearance if you maintain your lane. If it has rained the trees are even lower because of all the spanish moss. Driving back to the park was a challenge and I was grateful that there was very little traffic.
The park is big rig friendly but it is tight as are many parks. I would say Riverview drive is not big rig friendly. - cruizered