July 24, 2019 - reviewed by M Nevins
We stopped here overnight on our journey to Tybee Island. We had a reservation and they were ready and helpful. Escorted us to our site and helped us get in to make sure we were out of the roadway. Helpful on places to eat. The campground, in our opinion was good condition. Site was level. Toward the end of the day they brought us warm chocolate chip cookies. Will stay here again if opportunity presents itself.
March 6, 2019 - reviewed by Mitch
Location was convenient, but spent a lot of time trying to get level. Better bring a lot of leveling blocks! The patios were a mix of sand and dirt which made for a nice river of muck below our step.
October 18, 2018 - reviewed by Eddie
Good For Quick Stop Over
Used this campground going south on I-75. Got in about 9:30 PM due to construction on I-75. The employee on night duty was great helping us get to our site after dark. The only issue we had was with GPS guidance to the campground. GPS looks at the lat-long for the campground and it's off. Got us to with in 100 yards but that's not close enough to see the entry at night. We drove around for 10 minutes trying to find the place. Recommend they add for users not to rely on GPS once you leave the interstate. Will use this campground again going on I-75.
April 24, 2018 - reviewed by Chasing Our Lions
Terrible Customer Service
It's tough to find anything good to say about this KOA. The bathrooms are run down and more comparable to state park bathrooms than your typical KOA bathrooms. The campground is built on a steep grade so the roads are narrow and winding and the sites are all unlevel. To top it off, the staff is horrendous. The guy took us to our site, told us he was too busy to help us back in and left! He came back over an hour later to "help" but at that point we'd already set up. In addition, they sell pizza and ribs and try to push the food on the customers. We're really not sure how they're maintaining their KOA status.
December 10, 2017 - reviewed by Jennifer
NOT Big Rig Friendly
We are 45-foot motorhome that pulls a 30 foot trailer. When I called the office they said it would be no problem to getting in and out of the park. They offer sites up to 100 feet long but I cannot see how anything longer than 75 feet would be able to navigate through the tiny, winding, narrow streets. We were so close to our neighbor that we had to pull in our awnings and move our car in order for them to pull out their motorhome. Also, the roads are atrocious and are in desperate need of repaving and widening! The biggest complaint I have is that they told us whatever we wanted to hear in order to get our reservation instead of being completely honest with how difficult it would be for us to get into the park.
January 15, 2017 - reviewed by Man
Traveling to Florida, this was a great stop for R & R one night. Easy check in and escort to the site. Delivered welcome cookies (big soft ones!). We ordered a pizza which was also delivered, piping hot and tasty.
Nice hot shower although a little small. Can hear road traffic but was more white noise than anything.
Not sure what the complaints are on here..I mean, you're camping!
October 7, 2016 - reviewed by The Logans
Great Place To Harbor
We stayed five nights waiting for hurricane Matthew (Oct 2016) to get through Florida.
Sites are dirt or gravel, but this campground has full hookup & cable television. The wifi was nonexistent for us.
Staff was friendly & organized, especially accommodating for being at full capacity with the mandatory evacuation from coastal residents.
We ordered pizza & ribs the 1st night (excellent) & they delivered to our site with a box of welcome cookies!
The only disappointment was, the pool was closed for the season. That was unexpected as the daily temperatures were well above 80*.
April 15, 2016 - reviewed by Carol
Okay place. Bug in shower, laundry a little dirty. Overpriced. 40 bucks was too much.
February 28, 2016 - reviewed by George P
Nice place but rigid on wifi and other rules. Great pizza. Bad roads and almost no grass. Pleasant visual. Good hookups and level, but gravelly pads. Easy access from x way. Pay extra for wifi and tv. Still a decent place and not overpriced.
February 17, 2016 - reviewed by J. Cooper
Do not pay for wifi. We did and when the computer rebooted we had no code to reconnect and the staff were of no help. They said we should have gotten a code, but we did not. 5 bucks every time your computer resets! We had two computers. Mine worked but the wife's rebooted. Money lost!