Skidaway Island State Park is a terrific spot conveniently located on the Diamond Causeway outside Savannah. We stayed here for 3 nights and found something fun and different to do each day of our stay. Whether you’re looking to do some hiking, biking, or kayaking on the intercostal, Skidaway has got you covered.
We stayed in site 25 which offered 2 water spigots and 20/30/50 amp electric. The site was level with a fire ring, tent pad and large picnic table. The main road getting in to the campground is 2 lanes wide, but the lanes that go through each loop are somewhat narrow. The dump station is a bit odd, located in the middle of the campground. If you’re staying in one of the loops closest to the entrance, you’ll need to circle all the way around to the back of the campground to access it.
The park office is very nice and offers a variety of merchandise and some basic camping supplies including fire starters and bundles of wood. There was also some RV supplies like AquaKem and dump hoses which would come in handy if you needed something in a pinch. You can also rent cruiser bikes here for $6/hour. We enjoyed riding around the park and on the Big Ferry Trail.