It was a very nice experience for a one-night stay traveling through the area and would certainly stay here again. The staff was very nice and accommodating. The negative was its proximity to the interstate. We needed to turn on our A/C to cover the truck noise through-out the night which worked fine. This would probably not be as bad if you requested a spot further from the highway. The one advantage to being closer to the highway was our ability to use our satellite. The sites further away from the highway might not allow use of a satellite due to the beautiful tall trees on the property. Our site was a pull-through and very level although their paths are really in need of repair.
I would NEVER stay here again. Overall this was a very poor experience. Staff was VERY RUDE upon check-in. They basically make you feel like you're the terrible out-of-town tourist that they ”have" to tolerate. BEWARE, the directions on their website were obviously not written by an RV driver. We travel in a motor home with a tow vehicle. The route was basically through the downtown area with very narrow lanes, low hanging tree limbs that scrapped our roof, congested tourist traffic, and many stop lights. I can't imagine a worse route for a motor home or travel trailer. There are other routes that may appear longer in mileage, however, much safer and no longer in terms of time. The park its self was okay at best, nothing special at all. It is not worth the $50/night compared to many other places we've stayed. The narrow "paths" through the park are extremely narrow and very rough in bad need of repairs. They will rock your RV for sure. Although they say they offer WiFi, the signal was so bad, we had two bars at best and never long enough to gain access to the internet. One more comment regarding their "rules". Although I concur in theory with their points and the need to convey the rules, they are very annoying / offensive in their wording. It makes you feel like you're back in school with that very unhappy / grumpy teacher. The only positive I would offer was its proximity to Savannah, however, next time, I would certainly be willing to stay further away.