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Nice little campground with great big beautiful trees. Walking distance to north beach which is super calm water. A nice bike ride to the other beaches. Facilities were modern and in nice shape. Pool looked to be in good shape. Roads inside the campground were a little small and some of the corners a little tight.
We frequent Edisto Beach all summer long and decided a fall camping trip could offer a change of pace - we were right!
The campgrounds at Edisto were awesome! We stayed at one of the marsh front sites (no power no water).. it was incredible!
The trails were perfect for all 5 in our group.. adults and children. The views spectacular during the day and night!
This is a little gem we were literally driving past on the regular. I’m so happy we visited and have yet another reason to love Edisto!
Arrived here for a three-night tent stay at spot #53, after a stay at Crooked River. The entrance to the campground is through a long causeway surrounded by beautiful marshes. The campground attendants are tops. There is a nice office/souvenir shop at the entrance to the site. Wood bundles are paid for in cash at a small shed; just pay for what you take and place the money through the slot in the tin can. Site #53 is near the rest rooms which were spacious and individually apportioned. Lots of deer sightings both day and night. Armadillos roam the grounds too. However, the terror of the campground are the very courageous raccoons that will approach your picnic table to steal your food while you're sitting on the other side! As I read in some other review at another site, these raccoons are straight-up terrorists. Couldn't kayak because the facility was closed due to COVID, bummer. Lots of history, some gnarly bugs, some unfortunate rain… may come back.
Our spot was campsite #26
This was a maiden voyage for our Grand Design 399TH 5th wheel trailer. We wanted to go somewhere 2-3 hours from Gainesville for this “shakeout” trip. This state park fit the bill. We arrived after hours so out packet of information was tacked to a board outside the park office. The road were wide and spacious. The overhead canopy of trees were trimmed up well and did not hit the rig. This park is very good for large 40+ ft rigs.
I would HIGHLY recommend it!! It was huge, very private and close to the bathrooms. It was a level gravel site that was clean and freshly racked. It had full hookups and 50 amp which was great for this 43 foot beast.
There’s not a whole lot to do in the park so a great location for just relaxing, reading or hiking. It had nice paved roads for biking. You also have a couple of hiking trails although we did not try them. This park is convenient to downtown Savannah and a nice outing if you want to explore or sightsee. I would definitely go back.
Gorgeous. Great layout. Tons of amenities. Slam dunk for a family with kids. Very much a “resort.” Pool, basketball courts, restaurant, gym, spa, market, gorgeous lake, etc. Five stars in that regard.⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Our only disappointment was the individual sites. We would rate them 3.5-4 stars max. They are level with full hookups, but very narrow and not much space for hanging out. Not very well landscaped or manicured like one would expect given the price and the overall beautiful aesthetic of the property. Our site was full of ants/ant piles, and sitting outside without being bitten was impossible.
This was a last minute booking for us and was absolutely delightful. The facilities were clean and very well kept. The property was beautiful and the people friendly and very knowledgeable.
The proximity to Savannah was the reason I chose this location. It maybe took us 15min to get to River Street from the site which was super convenient for being able to go back and forth.
I most certainly will be booking this location again.
The Savannah South KOA was nice enough and comfortable. Fewer amenities than most of the other KOAs we've stayed at, but this one is a tad smaller than the ones we usually stay in as well. It's a perfect stay for a night or two and conveniently located not too far from 95. Overall, the spaces are fairly crowded, but easy enough to get in and out of (the pull thru's anyway). There is a pond, which is nice if you are there long enough to drop a line. Bonus option for those that have pups is that there are a few sites that have private fenced patio spaces for pets. There aren't many though, and they are pricier. Overall, I would recommend it for shorter stays.
The roads into the park are paved and wide enough, it narrows in camping area #3 but I got my 30ft. travel trailer in no problem and saw a couple 5th wheeler's. The sights are comfortably spaced and easily accessible with plenty of space for the tow vehicle. If you like to bike, hike, jog or just walk the trails are well maintained, marked and very scenic. If that's not your thing lovely Savannah does not disappoint. A good assortment of shops, restaurants, bars or tours boasting the cities history. So when entering the park don't get put off by the newly installed speed bumps trailer draggers. The rest is smooth sailing.