The family who ran the campground couldn't have been nicer and more helpful. They made recommendations on things to do and gave us directions to places we were looking for. The campground was very conveniently located to downtown Savannah. However, be warned, the online photos made the campground look nicer than it was. It really needed some sprucing up. Our site was level but because of the tree coverage it seemed dark all the time. Our main complaints were the drinking water and what they called wireless internet. The water must have been well water because it smelled like sulphur and had an awful taste that left a film in your mouth. Their wireless internet did not reach the campsites so if you wanted to log on you had to go into the office and sit in a straight-back chair with no table located amongst all the "antiques" they had for sale, plus they closed at 5 p.m. and turned off the wireless. I don't know about you but we were rarely around during the hours they were open. We ended up going to Starbuck's or Atlanta Bread Company and taking care of our online needs.
3894 Fort McAllister RdRichmond Hill, GA 31324
From Business: Home of the best preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy, this coastal park offers a museum containing Civil War artifacts as well as camping and pic…
4915 Us Highway 17Richmond Hill, GA 31324
From Business: Oh, Savannah! Who hasn't heard about this gracious Southern belle of a city, filled with history and made even more famous by authors? Set up camp here, then set …
It's a nice RV park with blacktopped roads, off the beaten path, laid back, but quiet. They keep it mowed, they are responsive (very quick to address any problems or deliver mail, etc.). Pet friendly and there is a road leading into the park that is nice for taking your pets for longer walks. There is a subway about 1/2 a mile up the road along with a police station and looks like plans for other shops in the near future. It's close to civilization, but quiet. If you are looking for a hassle free place to camp, this is great. The Taj Mahal it isn't, nor is it rustic (your spot won't be nestled back in the trees) but it's a nice, simple campground that is hassle free and worth the price! I will definitely stay here again next time we are in Savannah, GA!
The place is privately owned and owner lives on property. It doesnt have any ammenties other than basics but it is very affordable, clean, quiet, very safe and relaxing. Tuck back away from the busy streets but only 10 mins from downtown Savannah. Owners are very friendly and helpful.
We were very please with the Campground, the water was not bad, or taste like city water (clorine) they very helpful in the needs that we needed and had.. Reading some of the others reviews before we went we were sceptic. ,Shows that you can't beleive all you read & hear.
Sounds like a great place. Would love to go there some day.