This was no cost because of Thousand Trails membership. The campground was level and big rig friendly. It is easy access off I-95 and fine for rest stop. The area is remote with no nearby grocery stores or restaurants. There is nothing to do in the area. The bugs were very bad. We camped at Point South KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Tips for other Campers:
Come prepared with supplies because there are no stores nearby.
Very nice overnight stop. Friendly staff offered quick check in and escort to site. Pull thru was sufficient for 36' towing. We were at the back of the park, yet had stronger wifi than 90% of parks we have been in. AT&T signal was also strong. We will stop here again. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2014 - $49.00
Can be a little tight. Super friendly staff that asked us if we wanted a site that wouldn't require unhooking since it was just a stop over for us. Easy on and off. Fair price. We camped at Point South KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: December, 2013 - $40.00
This was our second time staying here. It is not a vacation destination, but a stop on I-95 South. It can be a bit muddy in the rain, and things are getting a bit dated. However, for an easy on and off the highway, and clean pull-through sites that let you stay hooked up, it is fine. We camped at Point South KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2013 - $38.00
This campground is easily accessible from the highway. Staff is fantastic! Very friendly. Campground is heavily treed and could be difficult to maneuver if full. Sites are designed, like most campgrounds for average sized RVs and trailers. Big rigs can utilize this campground with care. We had a pull thru that allowed us to stay hooked up, but we had to drive with caution. I would not want to come into this campground after dark. We have a 40' 5er and a 20' truck. The escort provided guidance which is very much appreciated. Nice space for the dogs to run and an overall warm and inviting atmosphere. We would stay here again particularly for an overnight stay. We camped at Point South KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: October, 2013 - $44.00
This would probably be a great campground for folks who do not use the restroom/showers. The people are great, the food is great and they have wine tasting, coffee bar. Lots of hard working folks trying to make a great camping experience. The problem is that the campground is old and worn. The restrooms are horrible. They are worn and old and in dire need of a great remodel. Hot tub did not work, Wi-Fi did not work. People really worked hard with what they had, but the place needs an overall remodel. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $46.00
Stayed one night in this oak tree canopied KOA. Friendly owners, nice facilities for dogs and level dirt parking site. Off season so not many campers making site very easy to enter and exit with pull thru. Driving 41 ft with tow car. Easy on and off I95 though tucked a few short turns down roadway but worth stop. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: August, 2013 - $47.00
Point South is one of our favorite KOAs and we stay there regularly when we are traveling on I-95. Definitely recommended! The pros are: (1) The Swimming Mermaid Coffee House. You can get delicious coffee, wine, pizza, wings and ice cream! They will also deliver pizza to your site. There is wine tasting every night at 6:30 PM. The wines are local to the Carolinas and Georgia, and there is a very nice selection with something for every taste. (2) Very convenient location with easy access to I-95, and it's about half-way between Charleston and Savannah. (3) Although there are no concrete pads, sites are reasonably level and nicely-shaded. (4) Free cable. (4) Free Wi-Fi (5) Pool and hot tub (6) The staff is always friendly, helpful and welcoming. We also spent a night there last month and we had our 7 year old grandson with us. While we tasted wine, he ate pizza and got to color a Point South KOA backpack with fabric markers. We all had a great time! We don't travel with pets, but Point South is very dog-friendly with a new K-9 Kamp area for dogs to run around. The cons are--and these wouldn't be negatives for everyone: (1) Our Verizon phones had a very weak signal--enough to text, but not enough to make phone calls. (2) We couldn't get a satellite signal because of the the trees, but since there is cable, it wasn't really a problem. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $40.00
Great KOA park; all services where excellent. Strong, fast WiFi connection. Strong TV cable signal, what a difference with this privately owned KOA compared to the nightmare at the corporate KOA's. We camped at Point South KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $46.00
The nightly rate for a KOA member is way too high! We were only here for one night, thank goodness, but the site fee for this campground was way more than the nightly fee we paid for 4 different campgrounds for an entire week. The sites were all muddy. The entire campground is nothing but dirt. The roads inside are uneven and muddy. Lots of trees so if you are here in the summer, satellite access will be impossible. Lots of tree roots above ground which make walking after dark dangerous. Pull through sites are marginal for a 40 footer towing. We will not be back. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.
Date of Stay: March, 2013 - $45.00
We picked this KOA simple for location, halfway between Charleston and Savannah. This is a small KOA located in a wooded area with very little grass; mostly a sandy open area not much for physical beauty. The spot we stayed on was big enough for slide outs and still room to have a little personal space unlike some other KOA’s. The bathhouse was aged and in need of modernizing in my opinion. Not much for the children to do other than ride bikes around the campground. However, they do have a lake that was shared with another campground but not sure if there was any fish in there. We spend several hours fishing with no bites. Read several reviews on this KOA before we arrived that really scarred us. However, this is not that bad we have stayed at worse. The area is sandy so there was some muck not much mud because it was sandy. The cable is pretty good with more than basic channels to view and the workers are friendly. We stayed here 5 days and we noticed there were very few long term campers. It was mostly overnight stays. It would empty in the mornings and fill up by dark. Overall, this is not that bad of KOA, but is probably more of a short term stop not a place for long stays. We camped at Point South KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $43.00
I have seen some of the other reviews and must state the following. I think this is a nice Adult park. I don't go for a pool (got one at home), I don't have little kids, and I appreciate quiet. That said, this park is quiet, shaded, has wine tastings, pizza, and a nice lounge with flavored coffees. There are some nice pull through sites that border woods, very shaded. Some of the little additives like a sculpture, old train cars used as cabins, and an old English phone booth add charm. I liked it and will always stop on my way North and South on I-95. We camped at Point South KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $45.00
Yes, the staff are friendly and helpful. The store is good, hot food available, beer and wine except on Sunday (dry county). Our only complaints were the very poor cable reception (even in their office), and very poor cell phone reception (Verizon, which usually works when others don't). Also, it is hard to keep the trailer floor clean when it rains. We won't stay here again. We camped at Point South KOA in a Travel Trailer.
Date of Stay: November, 2012 - $45.00
Great people, great campground. Easy in and out. No problems getting around park even with van in tow. Enjoyed a wine tasting and pizza at the store. This campground never disappoints us. We camped at Point South KOA in a Motorhome.