5 Parks near Savannah, Georgia
Mar 2015 - $35.00
We stayed here for 2 plus wks while my husband worked in the area. The ladies in the office were very friendly and helpful. Maybe those who found them to be rude got what they gave. As for not having a restroom, we used to have an older camper where we needed a park shower but we always asked when calling rv parks as this is not uncommon. Lots of shade and park cable works fine. We travel all over the country and this is a great park. We found them to be friendly and more accommodating than others in the area. Would definitely stay here again. - melbagay
Mar 2015 - $36.00
Beautiful setting in trees and flowering shrubs, separated from other RVs. We did not need bath house since we are self contained in a motor home. Wi-Fi free, fair; very good over-the-air TV. Very close to downtown and a shuttle is available. Liked it very much although the price was high for no services. Owners very nice. Would stay here again...very nice. - Mainiac
Sep 2013 - $40.00
Park was average. Staff was friendly. There is a bus stop outside to get into the city but the problem is you must return by 8:30 pm. Nothing else around the park for food or entertainment. It is about a 10-15 minute drive into the riverfront district of Savannah, which by the way, you can find parking on the city streets for your RV. - Harvey TheRv
Mar 2015 - $45.00
All pads are white rock base, ours had power 50/30 Amp, sewer and water hookup, no cable. Average WiFi. We had a corner lot so it had a nice size yard, pet friendly. - The Stephens
Mar 2015 - $45.00
Excellent campground that is close to downtown Savannah, but away from the noise of the city. Awesome trails for walking, clean pool, and great fishing ponds for the kiddos! Huge sites for big rigs, super clean, and friendly staff. We will return here soon! Only negative was no cable, wifi, or shade in the middle sites. - 3Peeps4Dogs5thWheel
Mar 2015 - $45.00
This is a small, fairly intimate campground with approx. 20 sites situated around an open field. I would certainly stay here again; especially, for its being so close to downtown. However, the camp would be well served by an investment in some trees/landscaping in the big field and replacing the worn out picnic tables (to begin with). Also, there are fire rings for only about half the sites.
WiFi is only available in the sites near the office. I don't recall that cable is available at all. The spaces are quite close together, some uncomfortably so. We had to move several times in the week while there and ended up on corner site #17, arguably the best site in my opinion.
There are adjacent ponds and a horse farm which add a really nice pastoral feeling. And, the staff are very welcoming and friendly.
Resist accepting site 19 or 20, as they are (inexplicably) only about six or seven feet apart. - Maine Divers
May 2015 - $40.00
We would not classify this campground as a "resort" but rather, a relatively average rustic campground. The sites are long and mostly level but they consist of sand and dirt. It appears that most people,other than the long-term residents, use this as a one-night stop-over. The attached store is well-stocked and there is a small gas station adjacent to the store. This is not a resort but an average campground that falls more into the Passport America category than the Good Sam designation. It fills a need but isn't great. - Damon Travelers
May 2015 - $38.00
We stayed at this park right off I95 at the end of their snowbird season (middle of May). It's convenient to everything, but we felt the park was a little bit run down and in need of some closer attention.
The attendant was quite cheerful and thank goodness he showed us where to park, because the numbers on each site seriously need to be repainted. The sites are not completely level and ours was mostly sandy with some gravel. When we first pulled in, we had some close neighbors, but they left the next morning.
We had no picnic table. Adequate WiFi and cable TV. - Paul Elliott
Apr 2015 - $39.00
Nice park for an overnight or several days. Staff were pleasant and helpful. We were on a dirt pad but it was level. Free WiFi and like most WiFi's it works great until people go to bed and just before they get up. So if you need it use it late at night or early morning. Would definitely stay here again. - Bill from Texas
May 2015 - $42.00
This is very expensive for a state park. $39 a night for electric and water only. You can get cable if you're In the right loop. Full hook ups cost even more. Most expensive state park we've every stayed in, by a big margin. Plus you have to pay a $5 parking fee for 1 car. Other then that it's a nice park, very shady and buggy. Roads can be a bit tight but very manageable. Staff is awesome. If you're here just to visit savannah the their are commercial campground cheaper and closer to downtown savannah. - creeper
May 2015 - $32.00
While looking for reservations on-line for this park, I was baffled because it never asked for the size of my RV. Upon arrival, I realized why--each site is HUGE. A 45' motorhome towing a 25' cargo trailer would have room to spare on virtually any site here. Our site was larger than many of the city lots we saw in historic Savannah. Plus 90% of the sites are pull through with no extra charge! There are many tall trees in the park, and many hiking trails which we did not have time to explore. Our site was level and had 50 amp service, water, and cable TV. There is free Wi-Fi at the Ranger Station, which was a short walk from Loop 1. There were sites with sewer, but none available during our stay. Only real complaint were the ancient bathrooms. The shower heads must be original to the buildings. The baths were clean, just very tired and in need of revamping. The location is convenient to Old Savannah, and an excellent choice for touring the area. - RagTopDay
Apr 2015 - $40.00
It appears this park is used mainly by folks visiting the area, to use it as a base camp, and not as a camping destination. Most campers are gone during the day and very few cook outside or have campfires at night.
The park is an older park, but has been well maintained. Its layout is spacious and pretty, although some roads are narrow and difficult to maneuver if you meet someone. They are not one-way roads and I think the reason is because some campsites cannot be accessed but from one direction, but others on the same road are accessed from the other direction. Good spacing between most campsites. The bathrooms are old and need updating but are generally clean. Thick tree coverage, so satellite reception is very spotty. Bottom line, if you are visiting attractions in the area, this is a good pick; if you are looking for a camping experience, I recommend any Corp of Engineer's (COE) park in the Southeast. Now that we have seen the park and visited the trails, we probably won't be back unless we want to visit the Savannah area. There are better values in COE parks.
Very good trails and an interesting interpretive center. - Bama Camper
Oct 2014 - $40.00
The owner put us in the "new" part of the park. It consisted of 5 spaces, had cement pads, decent water pressure and good electric service. There is no bathrooms nor showers in this section. It is mainly in an open field. It is a good overnight park. We would stay again only because it is close to all the fun stuff in Savannah. - bones1941
Mar 2014 - $49.00
Only been to two RV parks now, so hope I am not being unfair, or too easy. More of a trailer park than an RV park. Mostly permanent residents here and some industrial park construction going on. Very friendly management. All systems worked fine and park was quiet. Best part: cab ride into downtown historic Savannah was $20. Saw some sights and ate at the best restaurant (Bedford) ever. Came back to a nice quiet sleep in the RV. So not too bad.. - SR Racing
Jul 2013 - $40.00
I signed up on this site simply to warn everyone about this disgusting place. First, when we got there the prices we much higher than advertised online. Then the cable doesn't work at all. The wifi doesn't work at all. There are tons of gross old trailers there with long term tenants that appear to be on drugs. The laundry facility is awful. But the crowning glory of this dump is the roaches. There are so many of them, and they infested our trailer. We now must have it fumigated. We have to drive the 3000 miles home with the bugs before we can do that. So please don't waste your time here. We stay at places across end the country and never had an experience like this. - Noahpenny