This is a newer campground and could be really nice with easy access to I-95, Savannah, and Beaufort. Negatives: Going into and coming out of the campground is very narrow with a concrete median. Only main roads are paved with interior roads and sites just loose dirt with NO gravel. If it rains, you would have serious problems. There are no curb cutouts, so when exiting every site you go over a curb. The first site we were take to had electrical hookup in back and water and sewer way up front. The site was so sloped on both the front and back ends, it was impossible to level. It appeared that little attention was given to leveling any of the sites. I would be surprised if the developers were RVers. They certainly stopped short when planning and developing this park.
We chose this campground for its proximity to St. Augustine, easy access to I-95, and from park reviews since it appeared to be one of the better campgrounds in the area. The site we were assigned was a level, pull-through. Sites and roads were gravel and dirt. The problems began when it rained. There was so much water around our motorhome that the electrical cord was completely under water. Drainage was so poor that the campground used a tractor to cut gullies along roadways to channel water, making it very difficult for entering or exiting sites. There were deep ditches on the road exiting from the read of the park that were also designed to channel water which were difficult to navigate. I would definitely NOT recommend staying here when it rains.
This is a very nice campground. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Roads and sites are all paved and good sized. We noticed a few sites were adjacent to the main roads of the park and offered little privacy. Overall, a very nice park and we would stay here again.