Excellent county park. There are a lot of activities in the park and it does get busy but the park closes at sunset.
Everything worked fine except the Wi-fi was slow at times. - jnateg
Great park. Huge dog park with water access. Very "swampy" due to all the rains. But I guess that is why it's called the low country. Roads coming into the park are a little tight - with a few pretty tight turns - but manageable. - JGoldberg23
All paved roads, combination shell/pea gravel type site conditions and site #113 was pretty level with picnic table and fire ring. A big storm had come through before our arrival and site seemed it was a 1/4 of a lake and very saturated (other sites were the same....campground is close to the water table), but we managed through this and all is good. Wi-Fi was very good, ATT cell strength was decent. 50 Amp service was very good, clean restrooms and showers with hot water. Full hookup seemed to be at each site, however we didn't use the water or sewer as we are winterized. Staff was very friendly and helpful. The shuttle is a good value (20.00 round trip for two) into Charleston, only runs 9am for drop off and 4pm pickup, but if the campground is slow as it was at our visit, we were told we could call if we wanted to return early. I would stay here again, for sure, but my only negative is the cost we paid during off season as there is nothing at the park that is open, other than the store. - gsc66
Great campground located minutes from downtown Charleston. However, we have camped for YEARS and never been taken over by ants as we did within hours of arriving at this campground. We literally fought with ants all week! Loved the amount of roads in this campground for bike riding. We enjoyed the pool, but hated that it was such a far walk from the back section of the campground to the pool by the highway (which made for pretty loud noises while trying to relax at the pool). We are glad we stayed here for our time in Charleston, but will probably never return. - 3Peeps4Dogs5thWheel
Rate reflects weekly rate.
"Poor" rating reflects the quality adjusted for pricing. Good Sam needs to review its standards for applying "Top Rated Park" status for RV campgrounds. Having been to 28 states and three times as many RV parks over the past year, most of which were high quality parks, this park is at the top of the list for "overpriced destinations"
The RV pads were either busted up concrete, busted up concrete with gravel, or in some cases gravel. Many spaces had standing water. Workers not really friendly, and office staff only slightly better as well as unable to provide information without direction to talk to "someone else." Four washing machines and two dryers in a dirty room for such a large park is ludicrous. And, very inadequate during heavy travel season.
It is one of the very few parks we will not return to for any reason, except to drive on by while traveling Highway 17. - RoadWanderers
We are new campers and prefer State Parks whenever possible. That said, State Parks often have more limited services. The campsites here are fairly exposed, but, not terribly close together. All the hook up options here worked flawlessly, including the cable and the internet - a big plus. Staff is extremey friendly and helpful. LP prices are the cheapest around. We spent a week here. It's the closest park to downtown Charleston. - Maine Divers