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RV Site was great and very close to lots of things
Restaurants, shopping, parks, beaches
Cute shop on RV Campground
Not a lot of privacy
We stayed here twice in the last two months. First time was fine but not exceptional. The RV park itself is highly variable. Each site is owned by different owners and the RV park has rights to rent them out. None of the sites have fire pits. Some have chimneas. The sites are also maintained in a highly variable way. The electrical on the second site we stayed at was very sketchy. Hard to describe except the plugs were broken and the electrical panel itself was ragged and broken. We recently did a side trip that had us staying two days at this place. We reserved two weeks in advance and we're glad to get the site with no issues. When we showed up the lady at the front desk was out right rude. They are what I call "fake nice". The lady told me that because they change reservation systems and we didn't pick out a say on the reservation system that they did not have a site for us for two days. They offered us two different sites on two different days. Not only is that a huge pain in the butt but ruined our plans for the day because we had to stick around and wait to move and pack up everything. What infuriated me was the attitude of the people in the front office. They did not give a rip and basically told me to take it or leave it. They didn't offer any discount or concession or anything. They only said that because of the new reservation system they had a rough week. I'm not sure that I'm supposed to feel sorry for them considering the money I'm paying to park there. Also infuriating was my wife had called ahead of time to confirm our reservation and their phones would never would get answered. We will not be staying here again. There's a much nicer option further in on Hilton Head and a really nice new place coming in to Bluffton. Take your money where it will be appreciated maybe these people will learn.
We stayed here for three nights in March. Beautiful private sites, moss covered trees and great hiking trails in park with nice nature center and little store. The sites along the outer road near road back to a golf course. Avoid if you don’t want to wake up at 6am to power tools, very loud power tools. being used for at least an hour or two, every morning. You can’t see them but can hear them! We loved our site, so private and large, but the noise drowned out the birds and disturbed our nature time. Too bad. We drove to Savannah, very close, and rode our bikes around. Visited Wormslee, gorgeous alley of live oak.
We were there in April and there was a ton of gnats that would swarm the RV and the bite! It was cool to see the Civil War stuff but it does have a separate fee. We also had an issue with the site numbered strange and had to move. The section we were in the sites hadn’t been mapped out yet.
Campground is awesome, well stocked little store,outside air pump, very clean bath houses, pool was super nice, beach access is a bike ride away, dog parks definitely need work. It was so so hot the whole week. Bike ride to some great restaurants, oh yea kayaking with alligators 😳
We had a quick overnight on our travels towards our destination, but we loved it so much we re-routed our return home plans to come back and spend more than a nights rest. Staff are all so sweet and helpful. But most of all the facility has everything for a family fun time. Leveled, full hook up sites. Heated pool, hot tubs, awesome lazy river, fun kiddie water park, great lake side restaurant/bar. Will highly recommend and will definitely return!
As the realtors say: location location location. That is the selling ticket for this campground. I loved being so close to the beach and walked there at least once a day. Our weather was rainy and windy in mid March but it’s the ocean! We got lucky with a cancellation and switched plans on a whim to stay for a week and I would do it again in a minute. The campground itself is white rock, trees, and roads. Fine for hanging out with friends or family but really—it’s Tybee and the beach you are here for!! Staff were friendly and gasp smiling! We had a pull through site on Fort St and I loved that we could come and go without wending through the campground proper.
We followed the road into the park until we got to where it stated campground to the right and registration to the left. There was a drive through slot to the side of the visitors center that we could have pulled into to register but we parked in one of the large parking lots in front. There’s a road at the far end of the large parking lots to get back to the campground. After registering, which included a parking pass fee, we headed to site 56 with water and 30 AMP, which we had reserved on line. However, this was our first time here and we found out the road to Camping Area 4 to get to back-in site 56 was quite narrow. We have a 39’ 5th wheel and I would not recommend anything larger driving into this part of the campground due to trees and tight turns. For larger rigs, recommend areas 1 and 3. We were actually able to pull thru into site 56 then backed up to get situated. We had to use our leveler blocks on the door side to get level. Once settled, this was a great campsite and one of the largest and most private in the CG. You cannot see campsites on either side of this site as they are farther down the road and there are trees and plant cover. There are campsites right across the road but with the position of our rig and F450 we could hardly see those sites. This is a beautiful campground with a forest feel and nice trails. For the amount of campers during our four nights stay, it was peaceful and quiet. Not that you need them, but there was a nice variety of OTA channels. We got 2 bars on Verizon. There was a lot of tree cover in the CG so satellite would be iffy. There were a variety of sites in all four areas that included pull thru, FHUs, and 50 AMP. There seemed to be no real rhyme or reason throughout the CG as to which sites are FHUs, 30 AMP, 50 AMP or pull thru. There were 3 shower houses with a laundry room on each. If eligible, be sure to ask for military discount on the parking pass fee. Our nightly rate was based on a senior discount(62 and older). The visitors center had a very nice gift shop and also sold firewood. We had a great experience and would definitely return.
Stayed 3 nights in mid-March. Very convenient to Savannah as well as SC border. Plenty of shopping and stores (Target, Lowe’s etc) within 15 minutes. Three clean and well stocked bathhouses with hot hot showers and laundry in each. Very quiet campground while we were there during the week.
Pros… Beautiful natural surroundings Several nature trails with historic markers 2 dump stations Central trash (no recycling) All sites are large, some are MASSIVE
Cons… Our site could use a good cleaning, bits of trash scattered around and needs gravel refresh.
Booking site advertised cable but none at our site (perhaps the premium FHU pull throughs did?)
Hookups for back in sites are very close to the road so be mindful that you might need extended cords if you want to get further into the area.
We love to support the State Parks so happily paid the $45 a night.