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open easy sites, most are back in. friendly people. pet friendly, but campground cats roaming so watch your dog. horses and goats in farm area, plenty of room for a nice leg stretch for the dogs. close to town and nice trolley will pick you up at campground
So rivers end was amazing friendly staff helpful with things to do around town told my fiancé where to eat and feel like a local places to go see and things to do the camp site with electric and water was super clean and pretty the park was packed full of rv’s but was not noisey or loud we heard maybe one generator but it was off by 10 pm it has a beautiful new bathhouse being built and a standing bathhouse by the host house all clean and very good hot water I’ll say the only thing if I had to say a single downer about the site which is barely an issue was the tent sites with electric hookup are right near a back road so there is an occasional car driving by and if you don’t like staying in a packed campsite it may not be for you but to me packed means good quality
Great campground love all the Spanish moss hanging in the trees throughout the campground. Had to rent a fire pit for $50 which you get refunded if you buy 3 bundles of wood. WIFI was very weak but free. Had nice restrooms with free showers. Friendly staff, definitely would recommend this campground
Awesome campground, they escort you to your site! You have to rent a fire pit for $50 but if you buy 3 bundles of wood you get your money refunded. Love all the Spanish moss on the oak trees throughout the campground. Highly recommend it
There was a good amount of space between you and other campers, the restrooms were nearby (a bit unique, these restrooms were solo bathrooms with a private shower in each one - there were ~3 so that meant a wait only occasionally. The privacy was nice though).
The drive between the office and the grounds were absolutely beautiful. You go through a long stretch of road over marshlands - perfect for biking or walking.
The fishing piers were also beautiful.
All in all this was a surprising gem.
Love this resort. it has quickly become one of my favorite get away spots. Good sites, clean and well maintained grounds, and plenty of activities. Love that they just opened a restaurant on the grounds. Looking forward to seeing what they come up with next.
Hunting Island is a gorgeous campground and state park right on the Atlantic Ocean. Unfortunately, this means they are constantly rebuilding after hurricanes so consequently, it is expensive to camp here! The upside is brand spanking new bathrooms with hot water. The only thing missing (in the bathroom) was a trash can so unfortunately, trash was on the floor.
Sites are generous in size and some have trees separating them from ones on the other side of the loop. Note alcohol is prohibited.
The beach, which is directly accessible from the campground, has a long stretch of hard-packed sand and is very walkable. The lighthouse is within easy walking distance from the campground and the beach takes you through upended trees from hurricanes dating back to Hugo in 1989. The sunrises are incredibly gorgeous and well worth getting up when it is still dark out to take photos. There is a well-stocked camp store with friendly personnel.
Campsites: Large sites that were graveled and level. We did not have sewer but there were premium sites that did. The ease of access to trails and the beauty of this park make it a favorite with most people. However, we are always disappointed when we come here that there is all this water around us and no way to access it easily from the campground. (That 1/4 mile from Park entrance to boat ramp is about 2 miles from the campground). Don’t worry- our disappointment does not impact the rating on this 5 star park. There are also 3 cabins and a pioneer group camp site.
Random points but all good !
- Scary biking outside park (no shoulder) but with a mountain or hybrid bike you can ride on grassy shoulder pretty comfortably to some interesting areas—> boat launch at first bridge, fishing pier at second bridge, museum 1/2 mile past second bridge…..
- You have to sign up for trolley pickup and bus pick up by 6 pm the day before at park office to get transportation to downtown Savannah on Fridays and Saturdays
- No easy kayak access unless you have a way to drive 1.5 miles to public boat launch (even though campground is surrounded by water). We don’t bring a tow vehicle- and locking up the kayaks at the public boat ramp was NOT a safe choice. (We stop at boat ramp to kayak before we check in to the park and as we depart.)
- Easy golf cart/bike path to Publix and cute bar
- Nice campground store
- Nice book exchange
- Sprint WiFi was decent
- 7 miles of Super nice hiking trails
- RV parking available at visitor center downtown Savannah - daily fee 8-6:30 pm $20 no longer allows overnight . Our 34 foot RV was pushing the size limit and had the lot been full we would not have been able to pull out . (Used to have overnight rv parking but inconsiderate people ruined that)
- We heard boondocking spaces at convention center were available overnight for a small fee and you can take ferry across river to historic savannah. (Couldn’t find a lot of credible sources to confirm this but we are going to attempt it on next trip.
- Not gonna bore you with more pictures of Savannah- worth a day trip!
My daughter and I stayed in the glamping tent at Stonewood Farm just before Thanksgiving.
What a great place to unwind before the craziness of the holidays. Stonewood Farm is tucked away and offers the perfect blend of nature and farm life.
All the animals on this off-the-grid Hobby Farm are rescues and really friendly. My 12 year old daughter was in Heaven! She had fun with the horses, goats, dogs and especially the one cat who visited our tent and crashed our Monopoly game.
The tent itself is spacious and has a tv/dvd, a heater and the most comfy bed ever. We happened to be there during a new moon and could see a million stars and the Milky Way right over our tent. We could hear owls in the distance calling to each other.
Kimberly and Ed were amazing hosts. The campsite is away form their cabin allowing for privacy, but if we ever needed anything, they were right there to help.
My only concern is this was my daughter’s first time camping in a tent and the bar is now raised high. Haha. This is such a unique experience, we will definitely be back!
This was an exceptional park! So well-maintained throughout. The trees are beautiful and the sites are spacious. Hot showers. Close to Savannah and Tybee Island. Verizon worked well. Good hiking trails. We will return!
Suggestions: Have quarters available in office for washer/dryer. One more dump station might be good. Found standing water around dump station.