I can honestly say that this is one of the most beautiful campgrounds that I have ever stayed in. The layout is impressive and was obviously designed with a lot of thought. I took away one point only because all of the sites are not big rig friendly despite being advertized as 50' pull through. That being said, there are plenty of sites and very few tight spots and, if you drive cautiously, you'll be good to go. The proximity to Savannah is excellent and the downtown area has parking garages that will accommodate large tow vehicles. The rate reflects a senior citizen discount, which they extend to all seniors, not just Georgia residents.
This was a really nice park to stay in. It is located in a county park and the county has obviously invested in making it attractive and nice. My only regret is that I could only stay overnight. The camp hosts assigned to help me met me at check in, guided me to my site, helped me get backed in and were some of the nicest people I've ever met. There are 3 sites dedicated to camp hosts. The grounds were well kept and it was very quiet. I took off 2 points because the check in area had a tight curve with a drop off that you must be quite careful navigating, lest you kiss a tree and a tad more effort could have resulted in more level site. Don't let them fool you, they look level but they are not. Be sure to extend your landing gear properly or you'll never get leveled. I will be returning here in the future.
I found the park to be very nice. I'm unclear as to who the previous reviewers dealt with, but it certainly wasn't the people that were working while I was there. When I arrived, I was greeted at the entrance, and the 2 men that greeted me called the office to find my site, guided me there and helped me get into my site. One of the trees had low hanging branches, and they sent for someone to bring a tree saw so they could take them down. The employees always spoke and were friendly when I saw them. As I was leaving, one of them came up to thank me for visiting and invited me to return again.
Nice park. Mostly clean, though there was some trash left on our site from previous residents. Roads were narrow, so the site was very difficult to get into. Many sites have the patio area at the back of the site and your door would open into trees and bushes. Electric was not working correctly, but the ranger fixed it as soon as I told him.
The park was not bad, but the site I was in was amazingly difficult to get into, which defeated the point of a pull through site. The staff did not seem to be able to tell me how to correctly get into the site, and the map was not entirely accurate. Many of the sites appear to be permanent, which I subtracted for. There was a nice concrete patio pad. The sites across from me had a cookout one night with a lot of guests who appeared to be from outside the campground. Not the worst park I've been to, but not the best either. Not a place I'd likely return to. They charged an extra $5 a night for 50 amp, but the pull through sites only have 50 amp.
Wow. What a difference a few years makes. I camped here in the Summer of 2003 and this was a fairly decent place. The spaces in section C were tight, but the park was well-groomed and looked nice. This has completely changed. Junky campers that appear to be placed here for the long term, uncut grass, terrible power. I'm glad I have a good surge protector for my unit. They only have 30AMP and that's unreliable at best. I can't run the microwave while the a/c is going or it flips the breaker. I will not be returning here again.
The campground is pretty and the staff friendly, but the sites are very, very small. While sewer is plumbed to many sites, the caps are marked with "Do not use. $500 fine." This strikes me as a rather excessive fee for dumping. The road the campground is on is very narrow, closely lined by trees and carries a lot of high speed traffic. When I passed an oncoming pickup, we both had to drive on the shoulder of the road, within inches of the trees. I don't think I could have passed an oncoming camper. This was just an overnight stop, so I didn't explore very much. However, there doesn't appear to be a lot nearby.
This was a very nice campground. The sites are huge and the park is nicely maintained. It is regularly patrolled by security. Access and egress are very easy. Excellent location in regards to attractions such as Busch Gardens and the Williamsburg Winery. I will most certainly stay here again.
This was my second stay at this campground. The park is spotless and the staff is stellar in it's quality. They are friendly and solicitous. They always spoke when driving by and made sure that I was comfortable. The only reason I gave an 8 instead of a 10 on the score was due to the very small size of the site. I will stay here again when I return to Kingsport later this year.
While the campground itself is well-maintained, the staff leaves much to be desired. While not outright rude, the staff is very unhelpful and borderline hostile. They were never able to offer any information on the area and, it appears, nobody that works there is from Charleston, as they could not give directions to anything other than the visitors center. One must wonder why people that so obviously dislike customers go into a customer service related field. Many of the campers there appeared to be long-term, thus giving the campground the flavor of a trailer park. Campers near our site had a full patio setup with table, chairs, umbrella and a full-sized grill. No activities were offered. Cable was not available - a problem in such a heavily-wooded campground. Overall, the park was too expensive for what you get. I would not stay there again.