19 RV Parks near Wilmington Island, Georgia
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Wilmington Island. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Wilmington Island in the left hand column.
Feb 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful park, sites are big and private. Will definitely return for another visit. We had a lot of rain so the site was wet but to be expected. - GennyandBode
Feb 2018 - $42.00
As many reviewers have noted, this park has amazing lot spaces. Each camp section was equally as good as the others, with large lots, a balance of shade and sun, and a great deal of privacy. At $42 a night there weren't any real amenities, however the park was clean, quiet and well maintained. The walking trails were flat, cleared and beautiful. Even though I was advised over the phone that the park honored disabled military veterans discounts, when I arrived they stated I was misinformed and they only provided reduced rates for Georgia disabled veterans. While most of the staff were friendly, the lady at the check in booth was always busy looking at her phone and never looked up to see incoming vehicles and seemed bothered by having to answer questions. - Raina
Jan 2018 - $35.00
Large sites, most are very private. Very heavy tree cover could not get a DirecTv shot, Great Verizon signal. The site was a little sandy had to vacuum the unit a lot, The cable TV was sparse NO Fox news only CNN. Over all great experience and well be back. - In4nI
Feb 2018 - $44.00
This is not a campground for hanging around, it is a place for parking your rig while you go exploring. We only had 2 days so we opted to stay on Tybee Island else we might have made time to see it. It was fine for us. We did some exploring on the island but when it turned rainy we went back to the campground and we took advantage of their excellent wifi. The next day we were gone all day to Savannah, returning to the campground after dark. For me, the full hook ups, wifi and convenient location made the price worthwhile. We did get a 25% discount for our first night, a weeknight in the off season. So the price reflects the average for a full hook up, including one night of discount. - janci
Dec 2017 - $57.00
We stayed in site 104A, a back-in site that wouldn't have ever been our first choice. However, it turned out to be great! Tight site with a storm drain dip that was tough to back-in after dark on a rainy night but it faced a nice grassy area granting considerable privacy. The office staff was nice; the store was nicely stocked. We enjoyed being able to walk to the beach (both the river side and north beach side). We loved walking to Tybean Coffee & Art Bar for morning coffee and Hucapoos for evening pizza and beer. Gerald's Pig and Shrimp would have been lovely to walk to, but they were closed for the week. Overall, we had a great stay ... we booked to return! However, plan ahead for prime season stays ... options for summer over six months away were already very limited! - adventures of pearl
Nov 2017 - $54.00
Before we get into the goods and the bads let me say that this is a very TIGHT campground. We were lucky enough to get site #92 at the very end and had a lot of room (the only one that I could see). We were right on the main road and there was a lot of traffic. The girls in the office were very nice and helpful. We got a parking pass so we could go into town and park. The pass for 2 days is $20. Beats feeding the parking meters. There are meters on the roads in front of homes. The park is very clean, pea gravel on the sites, fire rings and picnic tables on each. I did check out the laundry. $2.50 to wash, $2 to dry. Very clean. One plus is they escort you to your site. Saw several signs on the road into the island that stated water could cover the road at high tide. I don't know if we would come back again as it's several miles from Savannah. - kathiecarlson
Feb 2018 - $49.00
This place is wonderful! It's clean, well maintained, has great amenities and the staff are so nice and helpful. It would be nice if there were trees in between sites, but where we were still felt very private. We had an end spot, #17, which had a lot of space and we backed up to trees so we had some nice shade. There are animals, an amazing playground, a pool, beautiful ponds, nice porch type swings and it's just a short drive into Savannah, which is beautiful. The Savannah Trolley will pick you up at the park. You can buy discounted tickets at the office. They have a weight room, a kitchen, laundry facilities, a nice living room with tv and more. Everything was nice, clean and comfortable. We would definitely stay here again! - Wanderin6
Dec 2017 - $42.00
This is kind of a funky little RV park. It's an event venue, small farm, and RV Park. My review is based on the particular site we had (C1). Site C1 is right beside a screened porch used for parties. It overlooked two ponds and the view was excellent (sadly the weather was horrible, so we didn't get to enjoy the outdoors as much as we would have liked). There's a small fire pit with a swing bench located on the site. The site area was huge and very level... easy access in and out. Hookups (water & electric) were easy to access. There is a farm located onsite, so you can spend time visiting with horses, goats, chickens and bunnies... it really was super cute. The whole park is clean and there is a very nice play area for kids and a large pool for the warmer days. The staff we dealt with were very friendly and helpful. There are a few negatives as well, though. The park is great and the staff is very nice, but there are very few private sites with water & electric hookups (no sewer). If I recall correctly, site C1, C2, and C3 are the only ones that are set off near the ponds that offer shade and a great view. Most of the sites with hookups are out in the open and offer no shade at at. Because there are no trees to buffer noise, you can hear everyone's conversations. Also, there are non-stop trains that come through at all hours of the day (the track is on the other side of the pond). I have a train track near my house, so it didn't bother us... but they are pretty loud if you aren't use to it. The main thing that would be a negative is that if you book one of the sites near one of their event buildings, and they book an event for the same time, we were told that they will move you to whatever open spot they have available... that may even be a dry site (no hookups at all). Since we do not dry camp, that would be a huge issue for us, so keep that in mind when booking and call a week in advance to make sure that nothing has changed with your reservation. - FlowerChild7275
Dec 2017 - $47.00
Stayed here for the month of December. This is a great campground with really awesome staff. We really enjoyed our time here. Beautiful area. - Our rv journey
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
Mar 2017 - $11.00
We stayed here for 5 weeks, and I must say this park was wonderful. Simple, clean, quiet, and convienent. We bring our 5th wheel when we work in the Savannah area, and this is the 4th campground we have stayed in. We will never stay anywhere else. We were 10-15 min from downtown Savannah, and 20-30 min from Hilton Head. I felt safe because it was a gated community and everyone was very friendly. They provide cable and WIFI. The office lady was ALWAYS a phone call away, and honestly at the campground most of the time. We were sad to leave Bellinger Hill/ Len Thomas, and are already looking forward to wording there again. - -G-
Sep 2016 - $11.00
(This was a monthly stay so I just divided by 30) was 350 per month and this included the WI-FI, cable, water and garbage. Electric ran about 15.00 per month. Propane was delivered. Extra secure as it had a gated community. Also had a clean laundry room with good machines (not expensive), ice and soda machine. 15 minutes to Savannah and 20ish to Hilton Head. Definitely would recommend and we will stay there again. They also had rental units and cabins available, we rented the cabin last year and it was great. Quiet, friendly neighbors and pet friendly. Also near to a wildlife preserve. - EACreech
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 2016 - $25.00
One night stay. Take Exit 8 from the north or the south to save time. Quiet campground with roomy sites. Not a destination place unless you want to use it to explore Savannah. No one in registration when we arrived so we had to call a few times. It was easy in and easy out which is what we wanted. Would stay here in our fifth wheel again. - TailsAwagging
Jul 2016 - $30.00
Nice Park, big spaces
Easy drive to Savannah
Stayed here three days while we toured the area.
Good value, courteous staff. - happyflyer
Jun 2016 - $30.00
Needed a one night while heading north from FL. This was farther out of the way than anticipated. For some reason, the website gave definite instructions for those coming from the south on I-95 to get on I-16. Those coming from the north could exit I-95 and proceed to the CG. It seemed a bit out of the way. It was closer to re-enter 95 as you don't have to retrace your path. However, it is not a hop off and on location, but is doable. Check in was friendly and efficient. fyi-check or cash only. Our site was a spacious pull-thru, was gravel, and was very level. There is a dog park and plenty of areas to walk the dog. There is some road noise from Hwy 315. The cable channels were all local-not many, and the WIFI worked well during the day and later at night. It slowed quite a bit during the evening and earlier night hours. We would stay here again if in the area. - Gayle E.
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
Jan 2018 - $15.00
Fort McAllister Basics: Roads paved but a bit rough in spots. Sites for rv's are mostly pull throughs on packed sand and are pretty level with water and 30 amp service. Dump station is on the way out and if you want to fill your fresh water tank do it at your site. Bathrooms are dated but were clean with good hot water and pressure. A Gate code needed to get into the park. They have no Wifi but Verizon Phone and Mifi worked well. There is a high level of racoon activity so you really have to make sure you leave no garbage or food about or the fuzzy bandits will clean you out. A note on the $15/day. The base rate was $32/day. They gave me a 20% senior discount, 3.75% for being a retired FF and this winter they had a 50% discount for just coming out and using the camping at the park. Check the Ga. State Parks website for the promotion code. This was a nice quiet island site surrounded by tidal marsh. There is an additional charge to go see the Fort and museum. If we are in the area again we will stay here again. - pumper9x9
Nov 2017 - $25.00
Nice park, but lots of bugs - seemed like the gnat type, and when they swarmed they were everywhere. Our site was ok for our 45' rig pulled by an HDT, but driving through the campground to find our spot was kind of tight. There were a couple of turns that we couldn't make. While they advertise that all spots are 50', you may have trouble if your total length with a 5th wheel is 65' or more (like us), although height didn't seem to be much of an issue. There are several spots we would have fit in, but since it's first-come first-served you could be in a pickle if it's full or you don't get there early. There are a LOT of trees and curves - DON'T do this one in the dark if you're not small and familiar with it! At least you don't have to worry about people racing through the campground - the dirt roads are not in any condition for speed, so it's pretty quiet and calm. Also, the town is about 12 miles away, so you are fairly remote. The fort is fun and very educational, very much worth your time. - Denise and Glenn
Nov 2017 - $26.00
Beautiful campground about 35 minutes outside of Savannah. Our pull-through site was spacious with water and 30 amp service. There were plenty of sites for big rigs - our rig is over 42 feet and we had no problem - site 49 was perfect. Due to the trees, we could not connect our satellite service, but there were plenty of OTA channels available. Restrooms were clean - hot showers with great water pressure. We even did laundry while there - clean machines - and very reasonably priced. $1.50 to wash a load and 75 cents to dry. There is a Publix store within 10-15 minutes along with plenty of options for gas/diesel. Walgreens and CVS are on the main road in Richmond Hill. Explored the Fort while here on Veteran's Day and hubby got in free due to his military service. The Fort and related museum contain lots of great information and artifacts from the Civil War era. Would love to return here in the future. - Big Rig 365