11 Parks near North Charleston, South Carolina
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
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
Nov 2014 - $23.00
This is our second stay at this park and we will be back. Everything works and the camp hosts are friendly and helpful. Since it is located very near the runway used by both commercial airlines and military aircraft, there is noise. Otherwise it would be a solid 10. - Bojangles
Oct 2014 - $23.00
Pretty good... some sites are better than others. We had Electric and Water at $23/night, which is a bit high when compared to other military campgrounds. But if you want to stay in the Charleston area for just a few day this is probably a good deal. Well situated. Would stay again. - Consuelo Heath
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
Aug 2016 - $43.00
Nice park, lots of room between sites, most shaded. Only negatives were the MANY speed bumps which are bad for any RV rig, and the nice new pool right next to a busy, noisy highway. Other than getting yelled at for going 12 in our car between the speed bumps (WAY too many for any park!) the staff was pleasant and helpful. - Ilene S
Aug 2016 - $45.00
This was a last minute decision for us to stay. We were headed to Patriot's Point and this campground was right off the main highway. The worst part of the campground was the turn off of the main highway. Once you get past that the campground itself was very clean with great staff. The woman at the front desk was very helpful with finding us information on Patriot's Point and giving us suggestions for parking the rv there. The sites were mostly level and have a decent amount of space between them. Everyone who was staying there seemed very friendly. It was very quiet. - coldwaterconch
Aug 2016 - $48.00
This is a very nice, clean, spacious campground that is well maintained and quiet. We stayed for a week in the back section.
-Clean and quiet
-Spacious park that never feels crowded
-Long pull through sites on a level white gravel base
-Drains quickly after rain
-Good mix of long-term and short-term guests
-On site propane refill
-Publix grocery store just down the street
-Lots of trees for some spots. We had to move to a new spot so our dish would see clear sky.
-Back section is a long drive from the front of the park (where the pool and entry/exit are).
-Left turn into and out of the campground is practically impossible and is dangerous at times.
-Driving to Charleston or Patriot's Point takes a minimum of 30 minutes and close to an hour during busy times of the day. Plan on 60-90 minutes of driving time (or more) each day if you want to go to Charleston or the beaches.
-Other than the Publix, not much within a 10 minute radius of the campground.
In spite of all the negatives, we had considered returning here and staying longer - perhaps a month. However, the biggest negative, and the reason we will not return, is the horrible hydrogen sulfide (rotten egg) smell in the water. I have smelled hot springs in Yellowstone that were fresher than this! In less than a week, we could see black marks in our toilet from the water and by the end of the week the smell was so bad we didn't want to use the shower! The office said "its safe to drink, welcome to the Low Country." Even if it is safe, which I question given the intensity of the odor, it isn't safe for plumbing and its just gross on top of that.
This horrible water is the reason for the 2 star rating I gave for cleanliness (the rest of the part was very clean). It is the first RV campground where I would not use the campground water. - Bryanmsi
Aug 2016 - $17.00
Spacious, 50 Amp full hookup, pull through sites with ample room for RV and tow vehicle. Site was fairly level and very clean. Professional and very friendly staff.
Close to Charleston as well as great restaurants and stores. Quiet facility away from the hustle and bustle of the coastal areas. - Happy Motorhomers
Jul 2016 - $33.00
This could be a very nice campground. The sites are level. The people are nice. They have a nice pool and a fish pond (catch & release - no license required), with a park bench and several picnic tables so you can watch the ducks, frogs and turtles. BUT: the roads are narrow and not maintained. There are huge potholes that fill up with muddy water when it rains, and there are a lot of permanent and seasonal residents who don't keep their RVs or their sites clean. Not worth the price, even with Passport America. We won't be coming back. - mrpeepers
Jul 2016 - $40.00
Checked in after hours. No reservation information posted. Another motor home had the same issue. I pulled into the first site that was available. Appeared to concentrate on long term clients, not nightly. Dirt pads.
Left in the morning without being able to meet any staff.
One visit will be my last. - Mbv-20145
Sep 2016 - $42.00
Loved this park. Site feel secluded because of foliage between sites. Staff was great. Beautiful setting. Lots of trails, etc. has a game area with corn hole, ladder golf and others. Easy to get to historic district. Stay even allows free entry to the other county parks. We only went to Folly Beach park to play in the Atlantic. We want to return. - MajandMrs
Aug 2016 - $50.00
Be very careful on the road leading to the park entrance. Some trees are very close to the roadway and show signs of contact with vehicle traveling on the roadway. There are some turns in the park where trees are close and they too have contact signs.
This is a very clean county park. The exterior/interior roads are paved but the sites are dirt and grass. Most sites have some type of brush/trees between the sites for privacy. Most sites are full hookups but the wifi was very weak at our site. There is a splash park (open Sat-Sun), a dog park/pond where the dogs can run and swim. There are boat and bike rental and miles of trails to walk and ride.
The park does collect recyclables. - Michael47
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We thoroughly enjoyed this park. Great location between Charleston and Folly Beach. Your camping car pass gets you free parking at Folly Beach County Park and into other Charleston County parks in the area: a nice unanticipated perk. Sites are level gravel/sandy types sites and mostly shaded. Bike trails around the park are paved and mostly shaded. Fishing pier is nice, even got to see a couple of dolphins there one evening. Would definitely stay again. - cdjcwhite
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
Aug 2015 - $15.00
We arrived after work on Friday and were greeted by a very nice ranger who checked us in quickly. We had no troubles finding the site or hooking up. Everything was great about the campground, there were no 'frills' but there was absolutely nothing wrong with it. In fact, it was very quiet with spacious sites.
The state park is beautiful with opportunities to hike or walk the 1.5 mile trail.
The trash is out by the park exit but if leaving the park or going for a walk it isn't too bad.
Restrooms were well kept, we saw people in there 2x a day cleaning. There is only one restroom/shower house in the campground, we had the farthest site but it was only 0.22 mile round trip.
The park office has board games for campers to borrow but there hours are limited (11-12am and 4-5pm) so you have to plan to get in there.
For a family with 2 young children it was perfect as the kids could ride their bikes and there were hardly any cars. - MVP
Aug 2016 - $66.00
Returned to park for 5th year running.Large level sites. Roads good. Park has all the enjoyment activities that are expected at a park. This one adds boats, paddle board, canoes, fishing, LARGE dog park with access to water to swim in. Close to Charleston and beaches. Numerous tent sites and cabins. - trims
Jun 2016 - $66.00
This campground is little more expensive than some others in the area but we can usually count on a quality campground when we stay at a KOA and this one did not disappoint. We stayed 2 nights at this campground and enjoyed our site near the lake. The benches by the lake offered a relaxing place to sit and enjoy the evening. The staff was friendly and helpful. We always appreciate when the KOA staff takes the time to escort their guest to their site as part of the check in. The showers which are separate from the restrooms could use a little updating, but they were clean and easy to use. The WIFI worked most of the time and the cable worked well. The nature trail through the woods was unique and an interesting walk. They rent canoes, kayaks and paddle boats, but they are expensive and I did not see anyone using any while we were there. On the 2nd morning we noticed red ants crawling on the motorhome. I sprayed the motorhome and the ground but it took several days to get rid of them. The pool was clean and inviting and we enjoyed playing ping pong in the rec hall. This is a good campground if you are visiting Charleston, FT. Sumter or Patriots point. We would stay here again if we visit the Charleston area again. - Freelander1
Jun 2016 - $35.00
Very level site, amazing dog park, lots of activities to do. Will stay again. Staff very helpful. Staff assisted us to our site. Was a back-in but he made it a pull-through for us. Very proactive and friendly staff. - Navybrat
Nov 2015 - $27.00
Part of the Charleston County Park system on John's Island. Call before you go, if there is no event they do allow public camping. Good access to Keiwah Island and downtown Charleston (south side). A long drive to Fort Sumter on the north side. Excellent service and people at the office. Grass site with picnic table. Offers MANY trails for walking or horseback, even a carriage ride if you like. - SailorGolf
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