2 Parks near Hilton Head Island, South Carolina
Nov 2015 - $70.00
Roads are paved and each site has either concrete or pavers. They are individually owned and some have invested a lot to make it look spectacular. 5 star restaurant on site and two inground pools. We absolutely love this place. No matter what site we're at, we have friendly folks everywhere. Bugs were heavy in the back outerloop this time of year. One of the best in the SC/GA area! - Patricia1975
Aug 2015 - $65.00
The only thing that this place could use is a dog run. We stayed 5 nights. - User780
May 2015 - $52.00
very, VERY nice park! Odd that you couldn't reserve a spot, that you had to race around the park to see what was open and then race back before someone else took that spot !
All sites are owned and the staff just rents them out for the owners so since owned some have many more amenities than others.
One of our group had a waterfront site with decks, etc... lovely !!! but they saw and brought home some furry 'friends' - rats. - JohnBoyToo
Nov 2015 - $37.00
Normal rate was $50 a night plus a $35 utility fee and a $35 recreation fee, which would have made it $60 a night for a 7 day stay.
I can't add anything to previous reviews about what is good here. Beautiful setting, well maintained, friendly people (even the seasonals) and plenty of amenities. Take full advantage of the feature on the resort's web site to look at a picture of the sight before you book it. Although most of the sites are beautiful, some are better than others and have better outdoor furniture and pads.
In addition, the 200-300 loop backs up against a busy road and sites in the 270-290 area also get the full force of the car wash blowing dryers spooling up every 2 minutes all day.
No open flame fires except propane grills. $10 charge to let you wash your rig, probably because they hawk the services of a detailing services that is there every day.
Class A and C motorhomes only. - jplante4
Oct 2015 - $88.00
Beautiful Class A ownership park on Hilton Head Island. Set back in the trees, it feels a bit like glamping in a tropical rain forest. Sites are well maintained, all interior roads are paved but some corners are pretty tight for us 45 footers. Plenty to see and do in the area and this is a great base from which to explore. - John K
Jun 2015 - $65.00
This is not your typical campground but a place you could want to live. Every site has pavers for the coach and patio. Each site is separated by plants, bushes and trees. A lot of privacy. - Jerry Scalpone