We stayed at this campground for two nights. The sites are very small and the trees, shrubs etc are all overgrown. This office staff seemed unaware of the system of scheduling or checking. The sites were also not at all level. We would never stay at this campground again. Just a typical KOA.
A nice place to stay overnight. They were sort of disorganized though. They were putting RV's in overflow for 2 to 3 days and letting other units in on sites without reservations. It didn't make sense. They moved us off our spot to overflow and then immediately back on. That was a nuisance.
Staying at this park was wonderful. The owners and staff went out of their way to make us feel welcome. We stopped staying at KOA campgrounds due to the poor condition of the parks and the evidence of many dogs, along with the high prices. This KOA is truly unique. Unlike most KOA'S, I would recommend this one to everyone.
We made reservations at the Savannah South KOA Campground and when we arrived the office person said we would be parked on the lake. We were escorted to site #52 and our assigned spot was #13. I called the office and explained that we were in the wrong spot and the view was a big black tube out our front window. The person I spoke with stated she was the owner and if we didn't like our spot we could just leave. She did say someone would come down and we could change places with our friends who were put on our spot. The spot she put us in was so bad that I wouldn't have expected our friends to take it as they were also already set up. Why would this spot be used with so many better empty spots? My husband went to the office and she started screaming at him. This verbal attack was witnessed by other park visitors who informed me that it was not provoked by my husband. The owner who was actually the manager then told my husband that one more word and she was throwing him out. Everyone that we talked with was not impressed with the management including the staff. We then discovered that we were parked in the doggy dumpster area. Our view from our motorhome consisted of dogs doing their business continually. We had asked if we could be moved by the water as there was three empty spaces for three days. The answer was no of course. She then put a motorhome there longer than ours. We toughed it out for four days due to lack of other campground openings. We have never been treated so badly and we have camped for 30 years. We found this campground to be over run with ants and mosquitos and in general not very tidy. Other campers were just disgusted with the dysfunctional management and packed up and left. It was interesting that when we received our KOA Kard it stated that with the Kard goes a promise of the best site. The pictures that I took from our motorhome tells the story. Many staff workers complained about the manager to campers too. I was even told by two of them who to complain to and where to send the pictures.