Hardeeville RV Park is lovely. The spaces are generous, with lots of trees and grass to see. The pull-through sites are not shady, which we prefer, since it would not block our satellite reception. There are plenty of shady spots, as well, if that's what you're looking for. We espcially liked the proximity to Savannah, Georgia, less than 15 minutes across the river. The office staff were gracious and helpful. The road noise bothered us when sitting outside, but inside the rig it was not a problem. We'd stay here again, for sure. The price was very good because we stayed there with a camping club membership.
Jones RV Park provides the necessities: water, 50/30 amp, and sewer. The sites are narrow, and without free wi-fi and cable, we felt it was over priced. We camped for half-price with a camping club membership, and felt that at $30 it was even over priced. The office staff were very cordial, and allowed us to move to another spot where we thought our satellite might work. The laundry facilities are very good and very clean, with enough machines to do many loads at once, with reasonable cost. There are many permanent residents in RVs, across the "road" from short-term residents.
Lake Aire RV Park is one of the most restful settings near the big city. The wrap-around lake was beautiful to look at, wonderful to walk around, and folks were fishing (catch & release). The large, beautiful trees did not hamper our satellite reception in our site. It was good that they provided excellent, free wi-fi, since our own air-card service didn't work at the park. The office staff were very nice and helpful. The laundry was small, but clean. The park is convenient to Charleston, only about 20 minutes away. We had the best of both: the city nearness and the country setting. We'd go out of our way to stay here again, as it is a great park. The reasons we did not give it a 10 are: no cable and the sites of a "10" park would be bigger. These sites were comfortable, but not big.
This quiet country park had pull through sites and cable, and we camped there for half price due to our Passport America camp club membership. Staff was helpful and we enjoyed our stay. We did have difficulty getting into the park with our 40' rig and tow car, since the sign on the main highway sent us down the wrong road, a narrow dirt road with tight turns and a few low trees. We did find out that the web directions were more clear and would have taken us down a paved, wider road, with no tree problem, so our exit was easy! Being out in the forest, our cell phone reception was spotty, as was our wi-fi air card. In spite of that, we would definitely stay there again .We enjoyed the quiet atmosphere and the ducks on the pond outside our rig! With an end spot and the pond, we had an oversized spot. Wonderful. Even with the location of the park being away from town, we felt the park was worth the little bit of extra driving to get to town or to attractions! We'd stay here again, for sure.
The extra money for a canal-side site is well worth it. With our own dock, finished patio, and "chickee hut" (thatched cover over picnic table and patio) right on the canal, we were in a tropical paradise! The campground is full of well-thought-out and designed activities: a playground, sand volleyball court, shuffleboard court, horseshoes, basketball court, covered picnic area with TV, and large BBQ grill for tenters. Great area for kayaking and boating. Add the typical clean laundry room and showers, and we couldn't ask for anything more than a spa! This is a terrific campground. Sites are spacious, staff helpful, and we wish we were here longer!
While this clean, conveniently located park is predominately for permanent residents, it is RV friendly and spots are spacious. The RV section is near the pool, laundry, office, etc., and the spots are not mixed in with the permanent folks. We used a camping club to get half priced nights, and so price was reasonable. Would not have paid full price. Camp staff was helpful, facilities very well maintained, and easy in and out. We'd stay here again.
Loved staying at this park on the River! This clean, well-maintained park has several perks ... paved sites with grass on sides, almost all pull-thrus, picnic table, trash pick-up daily, pool and spa, and terrific staff. Sites are not too close together. Appreciated having a free computer with internet in the clubhouse for guests' use; needed it when our Verizon "wi-fi air card" got no reception here. Outstanding clubhouse, with separate facilities for rally groups. Well-stocked store. Used camping club discount so price was great. Many parks put camping club discount campers in the back; we had a river-view site! We'd stay here again in a heart beat!
This state park was exceptional ... clean, well laid out, wide roads, large sites, strong free wi-fi signals, great satellite reception, free laundry, friendly, enthusiastic staff. The park underwent major cleanup after Hurricane Katrina; their hard work shows! The only thing that would make this reasonably priced park better is cable TV! Can't ask for any better! Loved the open, sites, with beautiful trees and well-manicured grass to look at. Lots of space between sites. And look at that great price! $18 per night!
This is an older park with mostly permanent residents, which is very typical in Arizona metropolitan areas. The RV spots were in their own rows, across large streets from permanent residents. Sites were large, level, gravel covered. The activity program is quite extensive if you're interested in that. We thought it was overpriced for the setting, but we'd stay there again for its proximity to Scottsdale and Phoenix. Excellent satellite access.
Older park, very quiet, and easy to access. Stayed two nights. Spaces okay for 40' rig, but not overly roomy. Staff very helpful and friendly. Helped us jump start our tow vehicle. We'd definitely stay here again. It is perfect for a night or two off the road. It certainly is not fancy, but has the amenities most of us need. Satellite reception was great in our spot.
We'd stay here again. Park is clean. Staff all are helpful & friendly. Spaces plenty long, just not extremely wide. There is room, however for our 40' motorhome with 4 slides without having to look right into our neighbors' windows. This week was windy, which is not in the control of the park. Good satellite reception. Most RV sites are far enough off the road to not have street noise. There is a mix of paved and gravel roads.