Clean and well kept camp. Easy pull through spots and a short dog walk. Before you make a reservation read the rule book. Proof of rabies vac. required for the dog for one. At this time the park is under some construction. Some tractor noise going on. The office is closed at lunch, I couldn't get my reciept. Plenty to do across the street at the Okefenokee National Wildlife Refuge. Little over 7mi. loop for driving, biking and/or walking. Trails for hiking or canoeing, no shit. Some history to see, a boardwalk and more Admission is $5. I got there twice at 4:00 and admissions was closed but gate is open. Park closed at 7:00. Well marked trailhead outside the park before you get there.
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.
Driving into the resort I thought I was at a horse ranch in Ocala. Rolling acres of green grass and the biggest oak trees I've ever seen. All this room but if you get a standard lot you better bring a can opener. No angle so it's a 90deg. backup. I settled in with my slide straddling the lot line and had to pull my awning back a couple inches on the other side to keep it off my neighbour. Sitting outside I felt like I was in an alley. Strange. Scenic area lots of sights to see.