13 Parks near Ladson, South Carolina
Jul 2016 - $41.00
A good place for a stop-over but nothing exceptional about this KOA. A variety of space lengths meant everyone had a spot that fit their length including tow vehicles.
Call in person to make your reservations and they will be sure to reserve a space that is the right length for your RV and tow vehicle. - Scldg
Jun 2016 - $47.00
Spaces a little tight getting in and out. Sewer not in convenient location. Used dump station when leaving rather than backing up to be able to reach outlet. Office very helpful. Had a site with concrete pad, propane grill, and wicker furniture. - JERRY & ANN TARHEEL
Apr 2016 - $41.00
This KOA is full of long term residents that don't worry about cleaning up their sites. We where in C-8; one of the very few that have a concrete patio. Most sites are dirt and have lots of leaves. Might be OK for a short time, not any place we would want to stay very long. - wrready2
Nov 2016 - $23.00
It is neat as a pin. The campground is laid to out perfect specifications. Each campsite is exactly the same and it is spotless clean. Sites all have the same amount of room (which is plenty). The WiFi (we were site #22) is excellent and so is the Verizon cell service. There is no cable.
The campground host is wonderful and always around. You can pay $10 and wash your camper and/or truck on site. At 0700 they play Reville over the loud speaker system, at 1650 they play the National Anthem, and at 2200 they play Taps. The only bad thing about this park is the noise. It is right next to the AFB flight line so the planes are loud. It is also right next to the firing range where the troops go and shoot their weapons all at the same time for like 3 minutes, stop, do it again and so on for an hour or so. Somewhere nearby are train tracks. So it is non-stop noise from about 0700 to about 2200. We don't hear anything during the wee hours.
We would stay there again. The noise is all before our bedtime so, although annoying, it wasn't too bad. - jomark
Nov 2016 - $22.00
We have stayed here four years in a row. It is a very good campground with excellent camp hosts who take very good care of the grounds and their customers. This year, the mosquitos are horrible even though they have sprayed. Also, contrary to the listing above, there is no wifi. The aircraft noise and noise from the gunnery range are downers as well. Even with all that, we will be back. - Bojangles
Dec 2015 - $23.00
We have been here three years in a row and stayed at least a month each time. Campground is clean and spacious. Camp hosts could not be better. The only downside other than aircraft noise, which we get used to, is that the wifi does not work at all in the campground. We will have been here a month this trip and the only way we can get online is to go to the MWR office with the laptop or tablet. Tv is over the air and leaves much to be desired but Charleston has so much to do and eat, we don't miss tv. - Bojangles
Jan 2016 - $475.00
This is Not a RV resort. So, if that's what your looking for try one of the other RV parks in the Charleston area. My space is Huge with 50 AMP electrical, water, and sewer. The owner is very accommodating and helpful. They seem to cater to monthly rentals, which is exactly what I needed. Currently the RV park is full and would guess they have a very low turn-over of tenants. - tizzyfit
Feb 2005 - $35.00
This Park in North Charleston. The owner accused me of switching from 30 amp to 50 amp then raised my rent 20.00. When I got there he had electric boxes on the ground with my electric running to the next site. Any one knows 30 to 50 will blow something. He called me a liar I took him to small claims court unfotunately I had to leave early. The owners know nothing of running a Park. Fine example of a owner thinking you want to steal something from them. This seems to be quite a few campgrounds like this. Fain's RV, another one on my worst list. - booboo
Jan 2017 - $38.00
This is a large campground with most sites being pull thrus. Our site was toward the rear(row NN) and was far enough back from Hwy. 17 that we heard no road noise. Sites were level, utilities all worked well, and cable tv/wifi were good. Staff was very professional and very knowledgeable about the area. Due to the size of the park, there are many speed bumps that work very well to reduce vehicle speeds. It can be very difficult to turn left out of the campground on to Hwy. 17 sometimes, particularly at commute times in the morning and evening. There is a nice Publix supermarket about 1/2 mile west of the campground. We would definitely stay here again when in the area. - c lewis
Jan 2017 - $53.00
This is a convenient CG less than 10 miles from Old Town. Folks running the place were friendly and very helpful. We parked in the back. Rows MM-RR are pretty close together. The spots on the other side of the entrance road, rows M-R, appeared to be much larger. Other wise no complaints. Tough getting out of the campground and turning left. Very busy road and no light. - SHIPM8
Dec 2016 - $40.00
This is a professionally run campground. Everything is neat and clean. The staff is courteous and helpful. Our site was a concrete pad and absolutely level. The utility pedestal was conveniently located in the center of the site. Water pressure was good. Electric was strong and stable. The sewer port was clean and accessible. Cable TV was a little on the grainy side. The WiFi worked very well, although it tended to get overwhelmed during peek usage hours. The speed bumps in this park are the stuff of legends. My only complaint is the location of the park entrance. It is maybe 100 yards from the very busy intersection of US 17 and Main Rd, making ingress and egress difficult and dangerous. In spite of that we would stay here again, provided I don't have to make a left turn in our out of the place. - Airstreamers
Oct 2016 - $21.00
Small campground with some large sites, only 5 with sewer. Other sites with 30 amp electric and water. 1 bathroom for all on side of campground so we saw lots of people walking thru the middle sites. Trees all over so satellite TV hard to get. Internet is very poor. With all the rain, we had many bugs, even during the day (after hurricane Matthew). Dusty road but in good condition. Dumpster and recycle away from campground. Host checked us in (very nice and helpful); rangers never waved or said Hi. Gate locked at 6 pm this time of year but you get a code for the lock. Rating down due to position of bathroom and dumpster. Dump station is short for larger motorhomes and there are many trees next to the road. - pegdiver
Jun 2016 - $15.00
Small campground. 25 spacious sites. Seven sites have full hookups. Remainder have water and electricity. Dump station is easily accessible as you leave the campground. Numerous tent sites in the woods. RV sites are packed gravel/sand. Roads are packed sand. There were heavy rains prior to our arrival. Workers were spreading sand on the roads to smooth them out. Brand-new electrical utility connections worked perfectly. Water and sewer connections worked fine. Excellent television reception. Virtually no AT & T cell coverage. No wi-fi. Bathrooms were ok, but in need of updating. No trash receptacles in the campground. Dumpster facility accessible as you leave the campground. NOTE: bring lots of mosquito repellent! Mosquitos were aggressive and abundant, especially along the trails through the woods. - tomnorman457
Jan 2016 - $15.00
Stayed 3 days. Campground host, was very nice & accommodating. All dirt roads with potholes. Sites are packed dirt which on rainy days would be very messy. Very overgrown trees & shrubs at sites. Only E&W (30 amp). Walked through tent & cabin areas which looked very nice. Bathroom & showers were kept clean. Area to dispose of trash is a long distance away from sites. Personally would not camp here again. - rvgirl54
Nov 2016 - $38.00
Overall a nice park. Many residents but clean and tidy. Good spot to stay when visiting Charleston. Some interior roads are a little tight but my 40' motorhome didn't have a problem. Antenna TV was fine, Wi-Fi ok but not secure. Good laundry and all other necessities. Check in fine and office was helpful. - senator47
Oct 2016 - $34.00
This campground is located about 12 miles southwest of downtown Charleston. It is in a generally quiet area away from highways but you may hear a passing train at night. Most sites are pull throughs. There are some "seasonal" sites some of which are not too attractive. There is a pool that we didn't use. The free WiFi was spotty but generally worked for us. The bathrooms were not kept particularly clean. You walk across a grass and dirt area before walking into the bathroom so the floor seemed to be dirty from the foot traffic. We had a full hook up site with 50 amp electric and paid about $34 per night with Passport America. - Coopsecondact
Sep 2016 - $30.00
We stayed here for over month, and would have stayed longer except that Hurricane Matthew had other ideas. Our extended stay was to wait to buy and move into a home.
We have been to hundreds of parks in the 8+ years RVing and this is one of the nicest, friendliest parks we've ever parked. A very friendly and accommodating staff. The owners are young, responsible, and hard working. The park is almost immaculate. It has a nice catch-and-release fishing pond, good, solid, and wide roads for easy parking.
The park is surrounded by timber and makes for nice walks and bike rides. It's about 17 miles from downtown Charleston and is in an area with very little traffic.
If you're annoyed by trains, move elsewhere because trains pass all day and night about a 1/4 mile away. We happen to like the sounds of trains so were no problem for us and not reflected in my rating.
South Carolina rv parks are pretty proud of themselves and they reflect in the pricing for the season. Ignore the $17 rate indicated above. RVing is more expensive at any park in SC but some are much worse than others. Lake Aire was about average pricing, but we felt we got our money's worth.
We would absolutely return to this park. - R_R PRanger
Sep 2012 - $23.00
We found this park in the Passport America Directory, and it is no more than a field in the backwoods. The grass and weeds are 8-10 inches high. Upon our arrival we were met by the owner's wife in a car and the owner on his ATV with two loose dogs running beside them. It was late in the day and too far back to the freeway to leave. Two sad rundown RV's were in the middle of the field with pitbulls running loose. We will NEVER return. - Arizona Traveler
Nov 2010 - $20.00
Did not honor Passport America rate. We camped in RV site and set up our tent. Intended to pay full PA rate but on checking out, we were charged $20, we complained and were told that they do not allow tent campers. Why did they take our money, why didn't they say anything before checkout time? I suggest avoiding this rundown campground. - Steve_M
Jun 2010 - $26.00
We spent three days here only because it was conveniently located next to Francis Beidler Forest, an Audubon sanctuary and well worth a visit, but many a camper will simply turn around and leave upon first viewing this campground-with zero "curb appeal" as it is simply a treeless/shadeless open field with twelve pull through sites. We were the only guests other than two men who lived there. In a nutshell, the place reeks of neglect; grass does not appear to have been mowed in months, possibly years. True, they offer full hook ups, but no restrooms. We had to remove ticks from ourselves and our dogs after walking the premises. There is NOTHING to do in park itself, and this is worth no more than an overnight stay while in transit to some place else. Owners need to visit a few other RV parks to have a point of reference for how a campground CAN look! - GLCDP
211 Short Stay Road Moncks Corner, South Carolina 29461 (map) | (843) 761-8353
Sites: 152 | Latest Rate: $21.00 | 4 Reviews
Apr 2016 - $21.00
Great campground, right on the shore of Lake Moultrie. Roomy sites, some on the shoreline. Shoreline sites are on concrete pads; remaining sites are dirt. Could be a problem during heavy rain. Sites were level and maintained. Our site had a picnic table and a fire ring. Small shopette. LP and firewood sold. Boat rentals. Cabins available for rent, similar to KOA cabins. Bathrooms were cleaned and stocked each day during the week. We stayed Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday so we can't comment on how things work on the weekends. We enjoyed our three-day stay, and we'll definitely stay here again. - tomnorman457
Jun 2013 - $22.00
The campground could use some updating, sewer and cable. A little more policing of camper sites. A lot of excessive gear cluttering sites. Good spot for a short stay. - Rcstpugs
Mar 2009 - $22.00
Not a huge campground but fun for a weekend getaway. Bathroom facilities need an overhaul. Great place for kids with playground and swimming available. - heartspuntreasureprimitives
Feb 2017 - $34.00
This park has something for everyone....we camped here 9 days in a mh....most sites are large and big rig friendly, some sites are more private than others, but all have shade, are level and full hookups, except for a few, that only have e&w...All utilities worked great and restrooms were clean...plenty of over the air tv stations...a lot of nice walking, biking trails that we used a lot.....like I said this park has a little of everything for every age group....we will definitely be back.... - smoky40
Dec 2016 - $43.00
Large wooded lots. Plenty of room for our 66' rig with trailer. County Roads into the park have low limbs, but we were able to get under them. - Sunny Weathers
Dec 2016 - $45.00
We stayed here as part of a camping club; great facility and friendly staff. We stayed as part of a group and the club paid the five nights of camping fee. The full hookup site was great and it had 50, 30, & 20 amp connections. Easy in & out. - Denis