3 Parks near Richmond Hill, Georgia
Oct 2015 - $32.00
We booked a couple of nights on a whim on our way home from Jekyll Island. I couldn't have been happier with this low key state park. You do have to pay a $5/day fee for any state parks in GA. We signed up on site for a "Friends of Georgia State Parks" family pass ($80) which gave us 2 free nights of camping and a year long parking pass...so it was the same price as what just camping 2 nights would've been and we get parking and 10% off for 12 months!
They have a "fort", though it's just remaining earthworks and a few other things. We felt it was too steep for not actually being a fort so we passed, since we've seen many other forts. But there is some history here so if you're a history buff you would probably enjoy it.
I've never stayed anywhere quite like this. The campground is on "Savage Island" which isn't really an island, but it feels like it as it's surrounded by a marsh. The 1/2 mile or so connecting land strip has really big beautiful views of marsh, river and birds. It was quite pretty. We did a couple of drive-thrus to find our site. The campground was very empty, probably only 15 campers in the whole park so we had our pick. We picked 46. It was a very pretty site with some good views and very private...also close to the bathrooms and dock. Site 50 was actually nicer, but further from the facilities. There are some sites on the marsh which have nice views but the campsites aren't as nice.
They have 2 bathrooms. The one closest to the docks is very old, dirty and a bit scary. But it's convenient. There is another one on the other side of the campground that is new and nice. But unless you're staying on that side of the campground it's too far away.
We rode our bikes on the trail in the campground. It's nothing special but there is a nice lookout over the river at one point.
The stars here were amazing. Head out to the middle of the connecting road and watch the sunset, the bats and see the stars. - Bkell1978
Aug 2015 - $32.00
Sites are $32 per night and park passes are $5 per stay. Motorhomes now must also purchase a park pass. Seniors get 20% off on site fee. Our senior two day stay was $61.20 for a spacious 30 amp level pull thru site with water. Overall this SP is a great place with deer walking around. Very quiet here, absolutely no road noise. There are several walking trails here as well as the Fort. TV via batwing was very good. Verizon cell and broadband were also very good. - Bob and Inga
Jul 2015 - $28.00
Our first time here an we were very impressed. The staff was extremely helpful and friendly, and made us feel very welcome. Since our reservations were not site specific, we drove around the loops several times before choosing a very spacious pull-through. We only had 30 amp service but made it through our two-day stay with no difficulty. We did enjoy the museum and a tour of the fort (extra charge) and drove once to Ft. Pulaski, which took us about 45 minutes, through downtown Savannah. The drive into the park was gorgeous and we enjoyed our stay very much. We would definitely stay here again. - Gus the Fireant
Dec 2015 - $37.00
Though the sites were close together, they were shaded and level. The view of the pond was lovely. We were only there one night, but we have scheduled to return in March 2016 and there is a discount price for the weekly stay. The truly free WiFi and cable worked well. The store and laundry facility were clean and well appointed. - Jane and Bob Fulltimer
Dec 2015 - $43.00
Friendly staff; sandy lots; a little close spaces. - Winnebago Joe
Nov 2015 - $42.00
Park is close to I95 and staff is friendly and helpful. But, that does not make up for the small tight size of the campsites. We reserved a pull through and it was too small for our Coach and Toad and very tight and hard to negotiate out from the next morning. Site was hard dirt w gravel and level w full hookups. We would NOT stay here again. - David Fuller