2 Parks near Charleston, South Carolina
May 2015 - $43.00
We got there after closing, but there is a ranger on call 24 hours. The ranger working was very nice & helpful. They were full for the weekend, so he was very busy but still made time to help us back into our space in the dark. The dog park is the biggest I've ever seen and has a lake for dogs to swim in. The site we were in was large & private. They do have some "conjoined" sites that would be good if camping with another family. They also have a primitive area that had several motorhomes. The only problem we had was getting to and from the park. We were in a 13.5' tall motorhome and had to drive very slowly due to the beautiful live oak trees draping the road. Quite a few branches scraped our roof, but we didn't lose any ACs thankfully. The ranger gave us a different way to leave, but it was still bad. Beautiful park and campground. - CJHokie
May 2015 - $50.00
Very nice park. Site is mostly level and very roomy. Staff is very nice and very helpful. Our site was very quiet our door opened to a screen of trees . This is as nice a park as any we have seen.
As mentioned before access is over some narrow, busy city streets which made getting here interesting.
The only down side to the park is the electric, my onboard meter said I never had more than 112 volts. We ran the A/C with no problem but still lower than I like.
The Wi-Fi is typical park Wi-Fi but AT&T worked well.
Would return. - workcamper64
Apr 2015 - $33.00
This is a great park and the county has done a great job setting up such and open and multi-use park. Lots of paved biking/hiking trails through out the park. Sites are very spacious and offer treed privacy from neighboring campers. They offer free wifi but it was quite spotty. We would recommend this park. - gypsy parrotheads
Apr 2015 - $50.00
This is a large RV and tenting campground. Very pretty grassy area surrounded with large trees. I would have rated this park higher except the WI FI is difficult to access and at times completely unavailable for access even though the park is not even half full!! And there are numerous speed bumps on the main road within the park. The swimming pool is at the front of the park facing a very busy highway. Sites are either grass or gravel. Our site is very broad and the site next to us is not. Their picnic table sits right next to our sewer hookup. The campers we have met here are warm and friendly. Owners live on the premises and front office staff are very friendly. There are no planned activities. The park is relatively close to Charleston. - JanneC
Apr 2015 - $45.00
This is a well established campground with a variety of sites. Most sites are pull throughs and level. We were in a 32 ft trailer and we had plenty of room. However it is in a very busy area that has grown up around them. It is very difficult to get in and out of. Traffic is heavy and so is the noise level. The laundry room is very small with as many campers as they have. If you stay any length of time and need to do laundry find one outside but not the one directly across the street. That laundry place is a pig sty. As with any campground the WiFi is hit and miss depending on the time of day. We used our AT&T hotspot most of the time. It does have a fenced in dog park. The grounds have a lot of trees and it is pleasant to walk around in. Too many trees for our satellite. - Bill from Texas
Mar 2015 - $49.00
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