Stayed for an overnight stay while heading home from Florida. Nice newer looking campground, with a clean, modern bathhouse and a nice looking little pool. Site was a pull through that was fairly level for our little trailer, but bigger trailers may have some trouble as it arched up in the middle. The site was plenty long enough though. Good electric, and at least for us, everything was close to where we would need it. We arrived late and left early, so the only staff interaction we had was on the phone, which was friendly and professional. - Cyclonic
We stayed here twice on our way down to and back from Florida as this was our halfway point. We had a level pull-thru site with a very nice concrete patio. The campground facilities was very nice and clean. There is plenty of space to walk pets. - WyldeRaven
We enjoyed our time at this newly developed campground. During check-in, agent (lady) made a comment about my style of RV (which is a 2013 unit) being hard to setup, and they seem to break down a lot. We found this to be untrue and felt this comment wasn't warranted and provided a less inviting attitude. Laundry, bathrooms and pool area were clean. Campground is about 30min drive to Savanna/River Street. Campground within a few miles of gas stations, food, freeway access and grocery store. Our site needed some leveling. View of the lake was amazing, but comes with a high price. Many campers were long term, and these RV's appeared really rough, which presented a negative look on the park. Signs throughout the park warn of alligators, but we never saw any. Verizon phones were able to maintain a 4g signal. WiFi was strong and reliable. DirecTV (free standing satellite) had no issue. Pull-thru sites are available and we found this campground to be big rig friendly. - HappyCampers227
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
Located between Savannah and Hilton Head this is a conveniently located park to see attractions. Never saw a host as all the business was conducted over the phone or by notes and signs in the office. They only take cash or check which is put in a drop box in the office. We stayed here a week and no one from the campground ever showed their face. It is a big RV park with lots of long-termers in the back, all kept nicely and are quiet. No store, no showers or bath rooms and we did not see a laundry. No map but all sites are clearly numbered and all wide pull-thrus. Hook ups are fairly new and in good order. Cable signal is good but channels are extremely limited. WiFi is good. Nice big dog park. A few picnic tables. Sites are level. The big draw back is the material they use fore the interior roads - a black sandy dirt mixed with reclaimed asphalt that makes everything dirty! Some road noise. - paintedtugboat
This park is close to Savannah and close for visiting the old downtown area. Our site was level with easy in and out. It was very close to the road which is heavily traveled and noisy. The sewer connection was terrible. At least a foot off the ground. The office is not staffed but there is a phone number to call. There was heavy rain while we were there and some of the sites were under water. - coehotrodder