Campsites were well maintained and level for the most part. Full hook up with cable (no cable wire - provide your own). Overall size of campground is small, but sites were adequately sized. Very convenient to interstate 95. Very nice, paved entry and roads throughout. Some sites had cement pad. WIFI was very sketchy and one morning they were working on something and the power went off about three times. This campground seems to cater to snowbirds and overnighters.
Small but nice off leash dog park with areas to walk and convenient disposals.
Office staff was nice to the adults, but not so nice to our teenagers when they went to see if there was something we needed in the camp store. They just didn't want to deal with them.
There are NO activities whatsoever for the younger kids that were in the park. The pool was nice but it was too cold for the kids to get in. - GamecockGal21
We had a lake front space for 4 nights. The site was large and level. Very attractive park with plenty of elbow room. Easy access (about 30 minutes) to both Historic Savannah and Hilto Head Island. Enjoyed the hiking trail. The only negative was the WiFi was terrible. We would definitely stay here again. - Tvl Junky
This is the second time we've been to this campground. The last time was in November 2013, 6 months after they first opened. We liked it so much that we decided to stay here again while visiting Savannah. We were in site 104 both times. This time we stayed for 10 days. We were close to the restrooms and the laundry. Both are kept clean. The people here are very friendly. They've made quite a few improvements, but it is still a work in progress. They are putting in cement patios and a table at each campsite. This is a beautiful campground, very quiet, and has a peaceful feeling about it. There's a trail that goes around the lake. The only drawback to this campground is that the sites are on dirt. When it rains, it turns to mud. Whenever we come through this area, we'll stop here to see the progress that they have made. - mrpeepers
We have camped in nearly 100 parks all over the country and have never stayed in a noisier place than Hardeeville RV. I'm appalled they advertise themselves as a "peaceful, wooded site surrounded by the sounds of nature," "quiet, relaxing atmosphere," and "quiet, with a natural environment." I suppose...if you think it's natural to have a busy highway a few yards from your rig, and your idea of "the sounds of nature" consists of nonstop traffic zooming by. No wonder there's a large "No refunds" sign as soon as you walk in the office. It's a nice enough park otherwise, except there are no bathroom or shower facilities. - Keeping up with the Joneses
Grassy sites. Campground in country so not much around. About 8 miles from Savannah, GA. A few miles from restaurants. Wifi was very good. Some road noise but wasn't enough to keep me awake. Very nice dog park. Help was very nice. Would stay here again. - BPowell
I came during off peak so the park was almost empty. It's not a resort so no pool or public showers. There is a laundry room which was large and very clean; even had a shelf of books to borrow. There is a closed in pavilion that is used for park events, so they probably do offer activities during peak season. The sites are gravel and mostly level. We had a pull thru site and many sites are large enough for big rigs. There is also a little dog park. The park is located in a rural area; the nearest shopping strip is in Bluffton - about 10 miles away, although there's a small grocery store down the road. The park is very clean, well maintained, and quiet. It is also only about 10 miles from downtown Savannah, so it is very convenient.
I would definitely stay here again. - cherylbrv