Lovely park, way off the beaten path. Careful with your GPS. Ours took us down a pig trail which ended in the town. If you go that way you need to know there is a train trestle with only 12'10" clearance. Once we got past that, we were all good. The campground is clean and quiet. At night it is black dark. Be sure you visit the AH Stephens home, which is just outside the park. The rangers are extremely knowledgeable and the house is just full of furniture and items that he actually owned.
Beautiful park, with very old oaks arching overhead, located in the marshlands. Sites are very clean and kept neat. The biting gnats were out in force and very hungry. Pick up some bug spray at the Kroger 3 miles up the road. Reserve early if you want one of the 17 full hookup sites. This park is convenient to Savannah and only 25 min from Tybee Island.
Great, helpful staff. Got checked in quickly and escorted to our pull-through site. Grounds are clean. Our site was packed earth and level, although I did see some rigs that had levelers under their wheels. Pool looked clean, but too cold to try it out. Restrooms are tired but adequate. Store well stocked with basics. All on all, this was a pleasant overnight stay. Easy on-off I-75. Traffic noise could be a problem, but we turned on our fan and that took care of that.
We loved this KOA! It was clean as a whistle, from the restrooms to the pool to the laundry room to the individual sits. Even the dog play area was immaculate! We had good cable connection and decent WiFi; sometimes it was good and other times spotty, but it was good enough for us. There are no fire rings at the sites, but there is a large communal fire ring behind the pool under the trees. There are park benches placed around the edges of the lake, from which you can watch their 15 or so swans, geese, and ducks play in the lake. You can rent a little boat too, if you want to go fishing. We will definitely be back.
Clean sites and bathhouse. Lots of families here. This is true Old Florida, with lots of old water oaks, Spanish moss, sandy sand, and shade. Helpful hosts too. We camped here over New Years and I have tell you, they were very strict about the fireworks ban. It made for a lovely and quiet visit. We come here about twice a year from GA, and we actually prefer this campground over the chaos in Destin.
This was our first stay at Meaher but it won't be.the last. Helpful, friendly hosts. Spectacular sunsets. Close to both Mobile and Daphne. It was pretty cold when were here, so we didn't have any ants. This would be a great place to winter over.
What a wonderful campground! Sites are clean and fairly private. Most sites are wooded, all have fire rings. Some sites are unlevel, so pack your blocks. There are two nice playgrounds on site and horseback riding for an extra fee. Hayride on Saturday nights. Wi-Fi is very strong up at the main building, spotty through the rest of the park. Laundry facilities available too.
We love this park. It is woodsy and the sites are fairly private. Every site has a nice fire ring. We went during the week and had the park virtually to ourselves. We stayed in site 44, a level pull-through right on the lake. We even had a small trail down to a small, quiet cove where we could go swimming every day. There is also a sandy swimming beach that is roped off for safety. This is a very relaxing place for a long or short getaway.
This campground was delightful! I had no idea that Florida had caves, but they have a very nice one on-site. The cavern is somewhat strenuous--there are 45 steps down to the entrance. The ceiling is low and the walkway is often wet. If you have trouble bending down low (like 4 feet!) then you might just want to watch the video in the exhibits. The sites are wooded and fairly private. Most of the sites are not paved, so when it rains it is muddy. That didn't bother us but the couple next to us never stopped complaining about the mud puddles. There are walking trails through the dense woods, a nice meadow to play in, and lovely swamps all around. We didn't see any wildlife, but I'm sure they were there--it's Florida. The spring on-site has been closed by the health department, so there is no swimming. But you can go to nearby Blue Springs to swim in the beautiful blue spring-fed pool, if you can stand it--it's 68 degrees! The bathhouses are large and clean. The water is very tasty--I've never had good tasting water in Florida so that was a big surprise. We didn't have cable there, so I think we got 3-4 channels. Bring your DVDs. We will camp here again.
We stayed here on our way home to Atlanta when we couldn't drive anymore. This campground was an unexpected delight! It's an older place with some permanents, but the water is good and there were plenty of pull-throughs for us to overnight in. In fact, we pulled into one of the hilltop sites overlooking the ball fields and were treated to softball games for several hours. Some people might think that is a negative, but we loved sitting up there with a bird's-eye view eating our dinner and cheering them on. Dinner and a show! Cable TV was good, the laundry room is well-lit and in working order, the restrooms are very clean, there are kitties to be played with. And the owner couldn't have been nicer. The $20 fee includes $2 for cable TV. I don't know that I'd choose this park as a destination unless I were going to a football game. But it fit the bill for our one night. And once the games were over around 10:30pm it was nice and quiet. We will definitely keep this place on our list