2 Parks near Charleston, South Carolina
Dec 2015 - $57.00
We stayed here over the Christmas holiday. The park is terrific, with lots of hiking trails and things to do. There is a daily shuttle into Charleston, however due to holiday it wasn't running. Drive into town is easy, 15 minutes tops. The Christmas light spectacular was wonderful. You do have to drive through part of it to get back to the campground, but it didn't take long. Our site was great, next to bathrooms, and with a pond behind us for a nice view. Our Verizon signal was 3G at best, but the park WiFi was adequate. Would love to stay here again in the summer or fall. - laurly
Nov 2015 - $36.00
Camping area is but a small part of a much larger park. Very nice paved trail system good for bikes or walking. Sites are gravel and area will flood when it rains. Bathrooms clean, showers a little suspect. Wifi was good early in morning, later in day so slow as to be usless. Very good Verizon signal. Picked up 10-12 signals via antenna. - rockhill
Oct 2015 - $43.00
Place was full. Sites were nice, staff very friendly. This is not easy to get to and once in the park, you have to wind all over the place. Mosquitoes were bad, couldn't sit outside. Park does have lots of features. - KenAndrews
Jan 2016 - $41.00
This is a spacious park with tall trees. It is directly off Hwy 17, but this is a very busy road (leads to Charleston) so turning into the park from the west can be a challenge. There are two restroom buildings, a pool close to the road, and a very nice large dog run. Our site was large enough but not level. We camped in a 42-foot motorhome and it took several adjustments to get leveled. There are numerous speed bumps on the main road into the park. Plentiful trash cans are located at the end of each camping road. Office staff was polite and helpful. Distance to downtown Charleston is about 10-12 miles. We would stay here again. - gbburgess
Jan 2016 - $45.00
We have stayed at this campground a few times each year because it is very convenient to Charleston. The sites are generally very spacious and the park is well maintained. The staff is friendly. The Wifi is very poor. There are an excessive number of very large speed bumps you have to cross to get to your site. The entrance if off a very busy Highway 17 and sometimes hard to get into and out of the park. - Tom Willing
Dec 2015 - $44.00
We stayed at Oak Plantation the last few days of December. We were surprised how full the campground was. Check in was fast and the girl at the front was very friendly and helpful. The sites were large. We have a 40ft DP with 4 slides and we were towing a full sized trailer. No problem fitting into our pull through.
The bathrooms were clean. There were rows of trashcans at every street entrance which was great. No stinky dumpsters or holding your trash until the AM.
The campground itself is very quiet. We were there New Years Eve and didn't have noise issues.
The surrounding roads are loud. We were at the end in Q so we could hear cars and car stereos in our main coach area. We have a white noise machine in the bedroom and that worked well for the street noise.
Be prepared for heavy traffic coming and going. The main road is very busy.
There is washers/dryer on site but there was a line when we tried to use it. There is a coin laundry across the street. The patrons were a different crowd then what we are used to but nobody paid any attention to us or bothered us.
The WiFi worked well. Our roof mounted satellite could not get signal. The campground offers free cable and that worked well. - sjrmathis