This is definitely a "city" campground. Spots are tight, you will be very close to your neighbors, but you'll have everything you need, including a fire ring and picnic table. Wi-Fi and cable were also on point.
There is an on-site store which seemed well stocked. However, we tried to order firewood several nights and each night, they were out of firewood.
Bugs are bad. Bring bug spray!
There are two dog parks beside the campground. One for small dogs and another for large dogs. They are nice to have but both could definitely use some work. Even though we have small dogs, we went to the big dog park because the small dog park was in really bad shape.
Walking/biking distance to the beach. Also walkable to really great coffee shop called Tybean Art & Coffee Bar.
*Warning: While Tybee Island, including the campground, is one of the most dog-friendly places I have ever been, you are not allowed to have dogs on the beaches on the island. This is so strange to me, but they are very serious about it. Don't do it.