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3 RV Parks near Hampton, South Carolina
We did however find 3 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hampton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hampton in the left hand column.
Oct 2018 - $57.00
Nice average KOA, but $62 (including tax) for an overnight park, Water & Electric only? That's a tad steep for a typical KOA that doesn't offer a thing that stands above most other KOA's I've been to. - tjp
Aug 2018 - $65.00
This was an interesting park, had a nice wine lounge and very art deco bathroom! My site was an upgraded patio site, it was lovely, lots of well maintained flora & fauna! Great access to I-95. I will return! - RVDolly
Aug 2018 - $70.00
Staff is very friendly. We were shown to our site. The campground was very clean and had easy access to I-95. During the day employees were constantly maintaining the grounds. I purchased propane at this campground and the price was very reasonable. The only issue was the price is high for a dirt RV site. The small brick patio area was not placed correctly to allow its use. They did have a picnic table. - Flarider
Dec 2018 - $1.00
As you might guess from the name, this is a park filled with beautiful trees covered in Spanish Moss. The people are very friendly and our site was a good size pull through. All the sites are pull through. The only negative was that there were many large puddles after a rain that took a couple of days to drain. Our site was dry, but some were not. - Miles and Smiles
Nov 2018 - $46.00
Management is very friendly, the park is small but very easy to access. There is a nice walking path to the pond. We have stayed here before. This is a thousand trails park for members. Full hook up. - GaryMaryanne
Jul 2018 - $1.00
People very friendly and nice. Park is convent to visit sites of interest from Lots of Oaks so shady. The trees have had storm damage and tended to drop limbs from on high. We sustained damage to slide awning while there even though there was no wind or storm. - Lynne Dollar
Nov 2018 - $54.00
Stayed one night on our way to Florida. Did not use any of the "amenities". Good: large pull through shaded site. Convenient to I95. Bad: utilities in need of serious upgrade, power pedestal had no circuit breakers, pedestal felt like it was ready to fall off the post, checked other nearby sites, all the same! Did not use water or sewer. Would not stay here again. - GED
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Great place to camp. A little noisy from I-95 but we knew that before we decide to stay so that wasn't a problem. Campsites were long and easy to get into. Park was very easy to get around in. We really liked the Doggy Park and so did our dog. We did not use the facilities since we had full hook-ups. We had originally booked to stay two weeks but because of some personal issues we were only able to stay one week but the host were very understanding and friendly. We will be back. The area had a lot of things to do. One week is not enough time so we will plan another trip next year. - dakota ev
Oct 2018 - $32.00
Convenient to I-95, long pull through sites, good check in staff. Park needs some updating and maintenance. Lots of muddy ruts in RV spaces and roads in park. Electrical and cable hook ups are deplorable. I have been coming here for about 5 years on southward and northern trips to and from Florida. Things have gone downhill significantly. Cable hookup for the past two years has not had adapter needed to connect with your cable connection. And TV reception is awful. Snow picture on our nice TV; a call to maintenance shows that their tester TV got snow reception as well. They claim to have WiFi, but I never found that reception is good enough to pick it up.
Lots of dog poop left on ground throughout park and even in our site! Feels like the clientele staying here (esp. long term folks) are riff raff!
Think this will be my last visit here. - Orange Blossom