First off, I agree with all previous reviews, but would like to add that I specifically purchased a surge control unit from camping world that for about $250 that would monitor campground electrical output to my camper - shut off when to low or high and regain once stable for 90 sec's. In Smiths Green Acres my electrical monitor has shut down early evening - no idea when it's coming back. You need to know this place isn't stable electronically when you hook up
I agree with all reviews up to 3 stars. The old lady was nice when I check-in and provided me with tour info and a map, but was a bit snooty when I asked about Wi-Fi access. I did manage to find an available Wi-Fi per chance from another camper I'm guessing. If you don't mind a bare bones campground for a few days visiting Savannah, you could get by here. Also, I agree with proximity to downtown is it's best plus. I didn't hook up to cable because it was far on the other side of my camper.