6 Parks near Yemassee, South Carolina
Jul 2016 - $54.00
Arrived late, place was about to close. However, folks in the office were very nice and directed us to a spot where we would not disturb too much in our early morning departure. Kids loved spending a few relaxing moments in the pool before it closed. Enjoyed our stay and would for sure stay there again. - min7854
Apr 2016 - $51.00
We only had an overnight stay in this KOA so we didn't check out most amenities. The campground is easy on/off to I-95 but just far enough to to just barely hear hiway noise. The welcome in the office was extremely friendly. We were guided to our pull thru site which had great fast wifi and good cable TV service. The campsites are on dirt under trees. We would stay again. - ellynmae
Mar 2016 - $55.00
Tree studded campground with sandy roads and sites. Site was quite level. Power pedestal was way forward and sewer was way rear. Water pressure was good, very good Verizon 4G signal. Excellent staff. - jbrucemagon
Jun 2016 - $1.00
Better than having to dry dock on a crowded street. Spots very close, but did have all the necessities- cable TV even had 5 or 6 stations. Spots are dirt and not even close to being level. - DwFriedberg
May 2016 - $1.00
Almost cancelled our reservation after reading some reviews - Glad we didn't. This is not a resort, it is a older, mature campground and as that is a good value. Campground is basically level, sites are long, very quiet even on a holiday weekend. We couldn't connect to our Dish, but cable works fine, no charge for this. Roads have been improved and pool looks very inviting. We spent 4 nights in this park and visited surrounding areas. - RVgranny07
May 2016 - $0.00
We are Thousand Trails members so the cost of this stay is included in our annual membership fee. Even at no out of pocket money we feel cheated.
As other posters have stated, it is a quagmire with deep muddy ruts everywhere. Trees will attack your rooftop antennae, vents, and a/c units. Forget about satellite TV or solar, you are in the forest.
Thousand Trails should never book a large RV in this park. We will never stay here again. - bobnsandi
Jan 2014 - $15.00
This park is for military only or for those visiting for the graduation of family members from USMC basic training. The RV Park is remote, but you can still hear the wonderful sounds of the Recruits sounding off and shooting at the range. Sites are large and level and the laundry facilities are clean and inexpensive. Concrete level sites with plenty of room in between. I had some problems with the WiFi and the third party tech support was no help. Otherwise, the park was great. - User3319
Jun 2012 - $15.00
This is a rv park for military active duty, retirees or guests of graduating recruits.Very clean as only a military base can be. Their is no campground host, so you will get a combination to unlock lockers in the bathhouse to get the keys to unlock the utilities. Spaces are level with concrete patio and picnic table. Spaces are quite large. Free Wi-Fi which was in and out during our stay, but very strong near the bath house. Bath house is clean, as well as the laundry facilities.Roads in and out are in great shape.There is a park close by, but children will be bored here. Convenient for visiting Charleston or Savanna and surrounding areas. We would stay again. - mahill526
May 2016 - $15.00
Nice long sites, great for more than a vehicle and camper. Lots of trees for shade. Privacy between sites. Next to highway but noise not a factor. Owners are very helpful. - Traveling with the Todds
May 2016 - $32.00
Stayed in site 23. First pulled in and couldn't get level. Had to pull over. Turns out it was a good thing because there are wires low and directly overhead. If we didn't move, our satellite dish would have hit them. Very dangerous!
Electric connection is an old type 50 amp, without a breaker.
If there was wi-fi, they didn't give me the code.
Trash is at the entrance ONLY. So when you leave, it won't be on the way out.
Sites are sand/dirt with some weeds/grass. Very muddy with morning dew.
Area is OK. Ate at the Cracker Barrel. Easy overnight off I-95. - User2989
May 2016 - $32.00
Nice long sites; all sites are fhu and pull thru. Easy on/off from I95. good cable and good wifi. Can hear and see the traffic from campground. Very good overnight stay. Campground is clean and long term site are clean and well maintained. - adcharles1969
May 2015 - $31.00
We do not recommend this campground for anyone with an RV over 25 feet in length. Although they claim to be able to accommodate large trailers and motor homes there is little maneuvering room to swing into or out of the sites. The roads are narrow with overhanging trees and require sharp tight turns. We were extremely relieved to get out of this campground without damaging our vehicle. Be advised and warned before heading here. NOT for Big RVs!! - Damon Travelers
Apr 2015 - $36.00
sites are wooded and so the spacing for slides requires some finesse. leaves need to be raked. it is really quiet and the office guy was super nice. bathhouse was clean but showers are old and need updating. we would stay here again. - chopper989
Apr 2013 - $32.00
We stayed at this park 5 days while visiting the Beaufort, SC area. The name is appropriate because the campground is very wooded, and we found it extremely difficult to navigate through the trees. Entry and exit points had sharp curves and trees right in the curves, one of which we sideswiped with our fifth wheel, causing minor damage. The restrooms were clean and there were places to walk our dogs, although there was a warning sign about alligators. We didn't know if it was for humor or for real. Given the difficulty of navigation, we will not return to this park. - at2003
Jun 2016 - $38.00
I will say that we have visited Hunting Island every year for nine consecutive years. I have always rated the park highly, but not this time. This park's location is incredible, but without serious investment by the state if South Carolina, this park will continue to degrade. The bathhouses are 10 years overdue for refurbishment. Due to ongoing beach erosion, when there are heavy rains (common in the coast) water will collect and flood many campsites. For two years now we have witnessed many tent campers have there entire site end up under 4-6 inches of water. The state knows these sites are flood prone yet they continue to rent them out to unsuspecting families who end up having to pack up and leave after a heavy rain. The roads need work and I would estimate 90% of the campsites need releveling to eliminate the low areas that hold standing water. The campground hosts as well as the Rangers and staff are top notch. They deal with so many guests dealing with poor conditions and should be commended. Hunting Island generates more revenue for SC than any other park, yet every year funds are withheld to bring the facilities up to date and renourish the beach. My family and I love this place, my kids have grown up here, but this may have been our last trip here until something is done to fix the problems. I really feel like South Carolina is simply stealing tourists dollars at this point and if they don't address the problems immediately, Mother Nature is going to reclaim this incredible campground. I hope the state will act soon. - GaDawgFan
May 2016 - $32.00
Let me begin by stating, if you come prepared, your stay will be a great one. Yes, there are plenty of mosquitoes and No-See-Um's for everyone. We used a Thermacell and a large fan while sitting outside and had no problem. We did not have to use spray on insect repellent. There were a few things that I did not like about the campground; very few of the sites I saw were level but with a few boards it should not be a problem. Many of the sites had standing, stagnate, water either on the site or nearby, a breeding ground for mosquitoes. Our site, and those around us, had mud on the site. A little gravel on almost all of the sites would go a long way toward improvements. The roads are paved but can be very narrow in places. If you take your time you should have no problem. Some sites are a little tight to back into because of a few trees. We did have one issue with a large dog that was left outside all the time and barked non-stop. After several complaints, the rangers did make a visit which helped the situation. Overall, the staff we had contact with were very nice and knowledgeable. The wildlife within the park is unbelievable! Deer would walk right up to your campsite. If you are not careful, the raccoons will enjoy anything not properly stored. The beach is a short walk from any campsite and they are wonderful. Best of all, they are not over crowded. Park WiFi was ok if you were near one of the buildings. AT&T/LTE service was ok, usually 1-2 bars. 50 amp service was good along with water pressure. The park store was one of the better stocked stores for a state park. Aside from the usual T-shirts and hats, they had soft drinks, milk, eggs, and other grocery items. Overall, this really is a great park and we will return. I do wish they had sewer connections. They do have two dump stations. The park was clean and well organized. Each time I visited the bathhouse, they were clean and well stocked. - dtaylor
Mar 2016 - $42.00
If you like beaches, this campground is for you. Quite a few of the campsites are on or within view of the beach. The rest are a short walk away. Along most of the beach, the dunes have been completely eroded away. It looks like some of the campsites have been down-sized to tent sites as a result. The beach is huge at low tide, and thin at high tide. You can walk or ride your bicycle on the sand beach to the lighthouse at low tide. Along the way you pass a forest of dead tree trunks in what must have once been a maritime forest. The campground and entire park are meticulously maintained. The staff and camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. Our campsite was easy to pull into and the utilities were convenient and easy to reach. - ShoreXplorers