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6 RV Parks near Yemassee, South Carolina
Oct 2018 - $57.00
Nice average KOA, but $62 (including tax) for an overnight park, Water & Electric only? That's a tad steep for a typical KOA that doesn't offer a thing that stands above most other KOA's I've been to. - tjp
Aug 2018 - $65.00
This was an interesting park, had a nice wine lounge and very art deco bathroom! My site was an upgraded patio site, it was lovely, lots of well maintained flora & fauna! Great access to I-95. I will return! - RVDolly
Aug 2018 - $70.00
Staff is very friendly. We were shown to our site. The campground was very clean and had easy access to I-95. During the day employees were constantly maintaining the grounds. I purchased propane at this campground and the price was very reasonable. The only issue was the price is high for a dirt RV site. The small brick patio area was not placed correctly to allow its use. They did have a picnic table. - Flarider
Nov 2018 - $46.00
Management is very friendly, the park is small but very easy to access. There is a nice walking path to the pond. We have stayed here before. This is a thousand trails park for members. Full hook up. - GaryMaryanne
Jul 2018 - $1.00
People very friendly and nice. Park is convent to visit sites of interest from Lots of Oaks so shady. The trees have had storm damage and tended to drop limbs from on high. We sustained damage to slide awning while there even though there was no wind or storm. - Lynne Dollar
Mar 2018 - $1.00
Nice small park. Not much to do. Didn't check out showers/laundry. No dog run. There was a pond to walk around where we saw an alligator. It seemed there were a lot of long term campers. Spots were rock. - TravelinFam
Apr 2018 - $20.00
This RV park is located on the active base of the Marine Corp Recruiting Depot. Directions on the Military campgrounds website were pretty good, EXCEPT that they indicated you have to call if arriving on a Sunday (which we were) to secure keys to unlock the utilities. Despite many, many phone calls on the Thursday & Friday prior, and during operating hours, no one answered the campground phone; numerous messages left with no return calls. We were a bit worried, but when we arrived, our site (#4) was indeed open and no issue with any kind of lock on the utilities. We just backed in and set up; there's nowhere to really check in. There's only 18 RV sites here, all in a row with the bath/showers in the middle. They back up to trees (even though the map looks like there's water behind). Site has full hook-ups and is a mixture of gravel, grass, concrete & asphalt. The fairly large concrete area is a patio next to the RV (for under the awning), & has a picnic table. Asphalt drive up to the gravel & grass where the RV is parked. Sites are very wide and level but somewhat near other sites with no shrubs or trees between. Free internet with a strong signal most of the time; AT&T also had a strong signal, TV got around 15 channels over the antenna. Easy to back in and get out. Very quiet, rather secluded. We didn't get to do much because it rained most of the time we camped. Roads to drive through the base are good and easy to navigate. There's a gas station and Bx there too. This park is a great bargain! - new FL camper
Mar 2018 - $20.00
This campground is located on the Parris Island Marine Corps base. Check-in is virtual once you get in the main gate. Campground is not staffed so you find your site and park. There is only 20 sites open after the recent hurricanes. Full hook up concrete sites are all back in and very spacious. There is no tree shade. The bathhouse and laundry facilities were very clean and well maintained. The sunsets are very nice and there is a waterfront park a couple miles down the road. The historical marker trail behind the gold course was very educational. Verizon service was excellent. We would return again! - ibavamarine
Dec 2017 - $20.00
This campground is a very simple campground. There is only one row and all are back-in. The site easily fit our 42.5 5th. It is located on a quiet part of the Marine base, but every once and a while, we were treated to seeing the cadets marching by with fun packs, or running on one of their long runs. This was inspiring to our teenage boys who aspire to join the military, as was the sound of the firing range. Upon arrival, we found that our site had been taken. There was a mix-up in reservations, so we had to shuffle around to make it work, and move after one day. While inconvenient, we ended up receiving our stay for free, which was not necessary but appreciated. We chose Parris Island because of its location near the St. Elena historic site, Hilton Head, and Savannah. We also had fun touring the base and showing our kids what boot camp is all about. The laundry facility was inexpensive, but could have used a cleaning due to spider webs. We would definitely return! - RVerFamily
Nov 2018 - $54.00
Stayed one night on our way to Florida. Did not use any of the "amenities". Good: large pull through shaded site. Convenient to I95. Bad: utilities in need of serious upgrade, power pedestal had no circuit breakers, pedestal felt like it was ready to fall off the post, checked other nearby sites, all the same! Did not use water or sewer. Would not stay here again. - GED
Oct 2018 - $30.00
Great place to camp. A little noisy from I-95 but we knew that before we decide to stay so that wasn't a problem. Campsites were long and easy to get into. Park was very easy to get around in. We really liked the Doggy Park and so did our dog. We did not use the facilities since we had full hook-ups. We had originally booked to stay two weeks but because of some personal issues we were only able to stay one week but the host were very understanding and friendly. We will be back. The area had a lot of things to do. One week is not enough time so we will plan another trip next year. - dakota ev
Oct 2018 - $32.00
Convenient to I-95, long pull through sites, good check in staff. Park needs some updating and maintenance. Lots of muddy ruts in RV spaces and roads in park. Electrical and cable hook ups are deplorable. I have been coming here for about 5 years on southward and northern trips to and from Florida. Things have gone downhill significantly. Cable hookup for the past two years has not had adapter needed to connect with your cable connection. And TV reception is awful. Snow picture on our nice TV; a call to maintenance shows that their tester TV got snow reception as well. They claim to have WiFi, but I never found that reception is good enough to pick it up.
Lots of dog poop left on ground throughout park and even in our site! Feels like the clientele staying here (esp. long term folks) are riff raff!
Think this will be my last visit here. - Orange Blossom
Jun 2018 - $30.00
We arrived late in the evening after a long 10 hour drive and found that our site was occupied. Another long term guest close by helped us navigate the tight roads and pull into another site. We contacted the owner and he was helpful and apologized. The interior roads are narrow, sites are a bit tight to get in to. It is heavily wooded with lots of shade. Facilities were decent and clean. It had gravel road and pads. There are several long term campers here. Verizon service was very good. The rate reflects the value in this campground. We would return again. - ibavamarine
Jan 2017 - $17.00
By the time we leave this park we will have stayed almost 3 months. Maneuvering through the park is tight but manageable. The turn into our site was really tight but plenty of room once set up. They have a few big rig sites that they keep back for folks to have short term stays in. There are many folks here that are permanent, you can tell from the amount of stuff laying around their sites, and many here working the cleanup caused by Matthew. Very quiet starry nights. Wifi is unusable after about lunch time but we were told they are expanding. Verizon signal is 4-5 bars. Our site has just enough clearance in the trees to pick up the eastern arc for our satellite. There is a huge dog run and playground for the kids plus many trails to walk. Was told by our neighbor that since Hunting Island State Park will be closed for the next year, this park is much busier. We have enough room at our site to park 4 vehicles. All in all this is a decent place to stay and would again. - Ghettomedic
Sep 2016 - $31.00
Camped here in a 37 foot motor home with a toad. Had no trouble maneuvering at the front of the park. Next to us was a 39 foot MH with a trailer. They went in and out with no trouble. Campsites had a wooden picnic table. We had good 50 amp service, water and sewer. Space 20 was listed as a premium site. Lots of space, oak trees and Spanish moss provide privacy between sites. There is a kids playground and a cement 1/2 court basketball area. Pond on site with bluegill and bass. Never saw the alligator. Very quiet at night, 5 bar Verizon signal, good cable, slow WiFi. Was able to get both Savannah and Charleston TV stations on RV mounted antenna. Soil is compacted sand and wood.
We weathered Tropical Storm Hermine here. Some falling oak branches, lots of rain and lost power for about 24 hours, but no damage. Trees blocked the wind. Some flies and mosquitos, love bugs and black gnats.
US Mail Package with medicines "lost." Park Management saying wasn't delivered, USPS saying it was. No resolution at this writing. Suggest you use general delivery at St Helena Island. - starsekr
Nov 2018 - $34.00
We really enjoyed this campground. The facilities were clean and well-appointed. The systems (electrical/water) seemed brand new. There is a very nice playground available for kids, as well as one of the most well-stocked campground stores we have seen in a State Park. As others have mentioned, the sites right near the ocean were it pretty hard by the hurricane and are obviously in a state of repair. It is a barrier island, so nature will do as it will. We loved our site (#200) which was tucked behind a sand hummock so we were shielded from the beach breeze (we visited in November) yet near to the playground and bathhouses. Our site was very level, but the roots from the pine trees do make the roads a bit bumpy. The beach is magical, and the light house is fun and informational. - Milesdowntheroad
Oct 2018 - $35.00
I love this park. The beach is wonderful, the area nice, the lighthouse fantastic, the staff very friendly and helpful, etc. We last stayed here about four years ago and it was one of the best parks we had been to. However, the hurricanes have taken a toll. The staff is working hard at repairing things, but it is a huge task. It appears they have replaced the electrical system as it looks and acts brand new. However, much more to do. Many of the sites are now so unlevel, that we saw RVers who had great difficulty getting their rigs level - bring extra leveling aids. The roads through the park are VERY rough. The water-side sites are gone and likely won't be replaced. Many sites are now a loose sand base, which gets interesting when it rains. We had to relevel after a rainstorm as it had washed away the sand underneath the tires. Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying to avoid this campground. In fact, it helps to repair things by paying to stay here. Just letting you know it isn't as it once was and is a work in progress. After the initial shock, we set out to have a good time, which we did. Plenty to do and see to have a great time! Just be prepared for things to be different. - ben31rv
Apr 2018 - $40.00
The pluses for this park: beautiful, clean beach. Nice facilities. The rest rooms and showers are clean, good park store, very quiet, dark sky at night, good wifi. The minuses: interior roads are a little rough, some sites very difficult to back into, no sewer, no cable (but OTA was pretty good). Neutral: employees. If you get site 121, it can only be accessed by going the wrong way around the park road loop. The office probably will not tell you that. - 70 Nole