13 RV Parks near Richmond Hill, Georgia
Aug 2017 - $65.00
Excellent! My deluxe site was large with new furniture. Utilities in good location and worked well. Roads are in good shape and easy to maneuver. Sites are well spaced with some in trees and some satellite friendly. A pretty lake with swans, geese and ducks. Exceptionally clean. Definitely a spot I will return to for a longer stay. Lots of open space along the lake for walking. - Freedom Bus
Jul 2017 - $53.00
This was an over nigbt stop while traveling. Sites were a bit narrow for my taste but suitable for an over night stop. Pool looked nice, showers were good, nice large store. We would stay bere again for an over night. - Jtroop
Jul 2017 - $35.00
Worker helped us get in and out of site. Nice park. Sites a little tight like most KOAs. Nice buildings and grounds. Dog park. Office staff helpful. On a very busy street but did not hear road noise. They have a beautiful lake, tent camping and cabins also. Nice place. - slj
Jun 2017 - $35.00
Not much shade as the last hurricane took out over 300 trees. All sites are pull through, but careful, the majority are not big enough for rigs over 30 feet. Sites are pretty sandy and be sure to bring bug repellent for gnats and horseflies. Staff is friendly, but this park needs a big hug. Quite surprising for Georgia that has among the best parks in the country. - bobnemens
Apr 2017 - $32.00
If you don't have a GA park pass, count on adding another $5.00 to the fee (one-time charge, but if you stay just one night, that's a hefty total of $37.00). The campground is located on an island in salt marshes south of Savannah, not too far off of I-95. Be sure to have bug spray handy for everything from flies to mosquitoes to ticks. The comfort station close to me was closed so I did not get a chance to check out the condition. It looks like laundry machines are available there, though. OTA TV signal good, Verizon signal came through, but slow. - aowcarol
Dec 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting the Savanah area. Didn't spend a ton of time at the campground. Lots of hurricane damage that was mostly cleaned up, but some areas of the park are still closed. We got a pull through site and had plenty of room. Campground was quiet while we were there. We made a reservation, but reservations are not for a specific site. You just pick a site when you get there. Also, you cannot enter the park to check in after 10pm. We didn't know this, but we adjusted and spent the night at Cracker Barrel. The campground credited us one night on our reservation and let us check in at 9am the next morning, which I was surprised with. The policies seemed a bit odd, but didn't impact us too much. We visited the historic fort and the visitor center before we left. Was enough to spend about an hour, as there isn't too much to it, especially in the off season. - Cdash
Sites: 16 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 6 Reviews
Nov 2016 - $18.00
Lotts Island Army Airfield Campground is an okay stopping over point, but it certainly is not a resort! The sites have no logical layout and our site, #8, was almost impossible to get in to. There are 2 trees at the entrance to the site and a permanent or semi-permanent 5th wheel parked exactly across from the entrance to the site. We have a 38' Bighorn and it took about 45 minutes to maneuver our way in.
It was clean without garbage or "stuff" but there was some branches and brush. To be fair, it is fall and hurricane Matthew was only a few weeks ago. We never saw any campground maintenance people.
The park is quiet and we saw some wildlife (deer & raccoons). A little road noise from Abercorn Rd. Our yard was very large and comfortable. The road through the campground is gravel and not laid out well, but a big rig would certainly be okay. There is no cable and sketchy internet that is very slow. However, Verizon cell signal was strong.
It is very close to WalMart, Kroger, restaurants galore and just about anything else you might want.
We would stay there again - just not for an extended time. - jomark
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Previous comments are right on.
We found the Wi-Fi was in and out during our stay and no cable at our site.
Good over the air TV, Verizon worked well. Found the 30-amp electric service to be erratic.
Price reflects NPS Senior discount. I would NOT pay the advertised price of $36.00 a night for staying in this mud hole.
MWR employee unable to operate the machine for credit card payment, so we had to pay cash. - thetravelkids
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Since we were told on the phone that there were no sites available in the regular campground, we stayed in the overflow "primitive" campground. This area has water hookups only. There was one other camper in this area but no one appeared to be be staying there during our visit. We only stayed one night and with a generator and fully contained it was fine. The sites are poorly defined and indicated only by the water hookups. We selected what appeared to be a pull-through site.
Upon arrival we drove through the regular campground and couldn't help but notice unoccupied sites, as well as many RVs that appeared to be at least semi-permanent; it certainly appeared that some had been in place much longer than 14 days. The vacant sites were still vacant when we left the following day, although we were told that no sites were available for our single night request. Signs indicate that you can call the office for assistance. I didn't see a sign indicating directions to the office.
We would stay here again for an overnight stopover. - Donna and Steve
Jun 2017 - $36.00
The mixed reviews here are justified. While it is convenient for a quick overnight from I-95, it has some serious issues. My site sewer connection was surrounded by pieces of toilet paper. When I dumped I found out why. The system must have a partial blockage as it backs up and overflows if more than just a slow flow is dumped. The sites are almost all dirt with very little gravel left. The bathhouses, while clean, are very old and really need to be torn down and rebuilt. Lots of permanent residence but most had tidy sites. My site, like a lot, actually face the front of the person next to you so you both share the space in between. Would be on the bottom of my choices to stay again. - WayBro
Jun 2017 - $37.00
We tried finding another park near Savannah, but this was the only one that could accommodate a 3 week stay. We followed an employee on a golf cart to our site, but the site was too narrow for our 34' travel trailer with 2 opposing slide outs. They did accommodate us with another site, but both were gravel/sand sites. There are a few cement pad sites. We had to go to Lowe's to accommodate our standard sewer hose because the site (89) was smaller than a standard sewer hose. The site had trees for shading, but there were leaves everywhere. The bathhouse needs updating, but were clean. They do not supply paper towels for you to dry your hands off after using the restroom though. The staff seemed friendly enough. The grounds need upgrading. They will have some trouble getting business once the new resort opens down the road from them. There is a pool, but we did not use. They have water access, but we were afraid to put our kayaks in because we didn't know if there were Alligators and Snakes in the area. There is a pool, but we did not use. The WiFi did not work, but we used our Verizon MiFi without issues along with our phones. Not worth the money we paid, but convenient to Pooler, Southside Savannah and Downtown Savannah. - B_E Alonso
Mar 2017 - $37.00
Very run down and dirty. There was some kind of a water leak under our spot so the ground stayed wet. The spaces are very tight. There was a hole of water in the dog park that was filling with what looked like grey water. No we would not stay in this park again or recommend it. - Tjai Forster
Oct 2005 - $20.00
A nice quiet park, with easy on and off for the freeway, Bathrooms and showers were spotless as was the rest of the park. Gas and mini marts close by. We were told that the owner may be selling to a developer if they can get it re-zoned so you may want to call first. We stayed here for a week (Passport) and will stay again if it doesn't sell. 5 years of fulltiming. - wandering palms
May 2017 - $35.00
This is not a nice place to stay. We made reservations over the phone, but when we arrived we found it to be in a very bad part of town. The owner was very rude. They took me to my site in dirty golf cart. The site was outside of the fence next to the road with busy traffic. The sewer hook up was way in the back and there is no way we could connect unless we bought a 3rd line. We were not going to stay there.... The owner refused to refund our money. Fortunately out bank took care of that.... What ever you do... Don't make reservations without seeing this place. - Billy J H
Mar 2017 - $40.00
We had a reservation at this park but when we arrived and saw the place we decided NOT to spend the night there. It is disgusting and appears unsafe. Noisy people were hanging around outside the gate. It is not a nice park and staff doesn't really care. - C and T
Feb 2017 - $40.00
Nice quiet place to stay. Staff was helpful and pleasant. Site was level of sand and grass. Site was long and has new services. They are upgrading some sites since the last hurricane. - Dana61704
Sep 2017 - $44.00
The place is nice, albeit it is only an open field with utilities, but it is also a special event venue. So at 9:30 at night, the wedding, or whatever celebration that is going on about 150 yards from our motorhome, is so loud. The bass is making it impossible to sleep. And the screaming from the attendees is so over the top. Won't stay here again. - RBarrong
Jul 2017 - $59.00
Well kept park. I like the small family type campground feeling here. Second stay in same spot -B3. Private spot with view of the large open field and horse pasture. Grass and level. the sewer connection could be about 6 inches lower to make it work better. Office/bath house/laundry etc are right next door. - Farrgramm
Jun 2017 - $54.00
Really liked this park. The place was interesting. The grounds were nice had a couple of nice ponds, pool, allowed to walk all around. They had a film crew there, while interesting they were loud a couple nights. Sites were decent size, good power, very close to town. We would recommend. - SteveandAnn
May 2017 - $45.00
Well, this will teach me to always make reservations ahead, and read reviews! After going to the RV park that my husband picked out and finding out it was full, I called 5 more places and they were all full. Finally we found a place just outside Savannah called Sunshine RV Park. An elderly man checked us in and drove us to our spot. I will say this for him, he was nice enough to guide my husband into a back in spot, as he doesn't have much experience with this. He doesn't take plastic, only cash or check. It is $45 per night, no good Sam discount. For 4 nights that is $180. It is quiet here and apparently in a safe place. Another reviewer complained that there were roaches that infested their RV but that was a couple years ago. I hope that problem has been solved!! I went over this morning to check out the laundry room. There is no way on earth I would put my clothes in those dirty stinky washers. They appeared very old, and some actually had slime around the interior! The adjacent bathroom, unisex, was about the filthiest I've ever seen. Very small, broken fixtures, no soap or towels. Now I see why it is not good Sam rated! We have 2 weeks of dirty clothes piled up, so I guess we will be going to a laundromat in town. - rnmcampers
Apr 2017 - $45.00
Other parks were full when we visited the Savannah area, so we stayed at the Sunshine RV Park. First, one needs to understand the check-in process. The park is in a residential and government area. To check in, you pull up in front of the owner's house - park on the street and walk up to his/her garage which has an "Office" sign on it. When I checked-in, I was not given a map of the park, or any documentation whatsoever. They were, however, very adept at taking my $135 for three nights - which is only accepted by cash or personal check. Then, you drive down the street to another relative's house and are told where to park. The "main" park has a couple of typical loops and is located behind a fence. We were in the auxiliary area, which is a U shaped parking lot with back-in spaces around the outside. They sites here are close together and there is absolutely no shade. The sites in the main park appeared a bit better. This park is fine for a short basic stay. By that I mean, it's safe, relatively clean, and all of the hook-ups work. Don't expect much beyond that. - CampingWithPoodles
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a workers park. Mostly TT housing a younger working crowed on a permanent setups. While the park is kept neat and clean, the Wi-Fi advertised does not work, the bathhouse is a small room of the laundry with one toilet and one shower which is quite dated. My "pull Through" site was until I arrived and then another camper was backed in behind me and we shared the same power pole, me 50 amp him 30 amp. No cable and over the air was very poor. When it rains the area I was in was puddle city. Perimeter sites were more spacious but filled with long termers. I was parked in the "field" where my awning almost touched my neighbor and the guy behind me was so close I could barely walk behind my unit. Stay away from this park unless you are looking for cheap long term parking. - JimChan52
Aug 2017 - $40.00
We have found our new home when visiting Savannah GA. This state park is onlyh 15 minutes from the historic district of Savannah GA. The camsites are all pull thru with 30 and 50 amp service. Yes all the sites are dirt, each site does have a pad that the picnictable sits along with enough room to pitch a tent on it. The sites are long enough that you do not have to unhitch, but we needed our truck to go to town so we did unhitch. There are 2 water spicits for each camp site. Some of the sites do have sewer hook ups, but we chose the sites that did not have sewer hoook up and saved some $. There is a dump station on the way out. The showers and restrooms were clean and well maintained. They even had a washer and dryer available if you needed to do some laundry. They are in the process of constructing a new restroom facility at station No 2. The shower had HOT water with GREAT water pressure. They also have cable hookup in the electric box. We will definately stay here again! - On the Road Again with Dave and Christie
Jul 2017 - $40.00
This is our second stay at a GA state park this month (from SC), so we purchased the "Family Membership" for $80.00. That will pay for itself in one weekend visit, not to mention the additional discounts that come with it. This was a last minute trip. We were just going to stay the weekend (I work Monday), but hubby is off through Tuesday, so we purchased an additional night with our discount. The park is BEAUTIFUL! Our spot, Site #74 in campground #3, is spacious with a good amount of shade. We have PLENTY of space for our pop-up, 4-door jeep, and my car towing 2 kayaks. We arrived after 8pm last night, so I decided to wait until today to take a shower. Woke up to a note on the camper door that a site had a broken water pipe, so all water will be shut off until 4pm. Guess I'll be driving home grungy. Definitely no fault of the park, just life. Good thing I travel with tons of wipes! The office/gift shop closes at 8pm. When we arrived shortly after 8pm last night, the Ranger that was driving by stopped to see if I needed any help and pointed me in the right direction for after-hours instructions (didn't get her name). Very nice and helpful. When we went to register at the office this morning, the staff on duty at the desk were AWESOME! Very knowledgeable about their services, very helpful, and SUPER nice! They also confirmed that all GA state parks are first-come, first-serve (or not site-specific reservations). I don't particularly care for that, but it works to your advantage if someone leaves a day early. Also, the narrow roads are 2-way roads throughout. Haven't had a problem yet, but it could be for those with bigger rigs than ours. So far, it seems everyone sticks to driving as if they ARE one way, which is probably why we haven't had an issue. - kasparfan
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Vast campground in a maritime oak and pine forest surrounded by coastal marshes and an upscale neighborhood. More wooded to the back of the campground, more open in the front courtesy of Hurricane Matthew. All sites were pullthrough. All unpaved, and many sites were not truly level. Each site had a rectangular concrete curb filled with fine packed gravel for tents and the picnic table. Tons of space between most sites. Dual faucet water and full service electric worked fine. CATV hookup active in power box. Dump station had many puddles, you had to wade around. Yukky. Internal roadways were two way for traffic but only one lane wide. Roots have made for many uneven natural speed bumps. Great trail system in park. Cockroaches were way too common. DTV had a full complement of all networks. Sprint phone was three bars and LTE data continually. Downtown Savannah is about 15 minutes away via the Truman Expressway. Lots of bridge construction near the mall between the park and I-95; narrow lanes and delays. We would camp here again. - The Happy Traveler