May 25, 2017 - reviewed by George & Candy
We've been here since January of 2016 and love this park. It's quiet, and secure. Police department is right around the corner and Fire department is less than a 1/4 mile down the street. Not a lot of amenities but close enough to stores and downtown Savannah to make up for it. Bill and Annette, the owners are awesome. Bill is getting up there in years but he still makes his rounds everyday ensuring there are no problems in the park. Annette often rides with him in their golf cart with the Sunshine Sheriff's tag and Bill won't hesitate to let you know if your driving to fast in the park. They really are great people. If you're looking for a quiet safe park this is it, rates are reasonable for both long and short term stays.
April 9, 2016 - reviewed by Brenda
Good location, quiet and sate. Owners are very nice and helpful. Internet doesn't work and laundry room is nasty. We stayed for a month and there's a public library on the same road. Decent sized lots. We would stay here again. The safety and quiet makes Sunshine perfect for us!
March 23, 2016 - reviewed by Martha BW
Sunshine RV Park was a decent stop overall. The place is simple. It is outside of Savannah, so walking into town is out if the question. Biking is out too. We took a cab into Savannah, which cost us almost $25. Should gave tried Tuber for transportation instead. It was easy to find. Right off 16 onto Dean Forest Road then onto Sunshine Road. We called ahead. Other parks were packed from Saint Patrick's Day. When we arrived, we had to park in front of the owner's house. The husband was working with someone, so he took care of us too; otherwise, I would have gone up to office on the side if their house. On the way back to a circular drive, we passed some modular homes and entered a back section, lined with trees, RVs, and a laundry and bath house. Obviously, some people live there longer term but are mostly kept up. Our 25' RV fit well but was too far from the septic dump, so we used our tank until we left then dumped. Some loud neighbors and a bit costly to stay at and travel into town.
March 15, 2016 - reviewed by Monica
Just a basic campground but Nice & quiet. We felt safe being right by the police station. Perfect for the quick trip into Savannah, which was why we were there. The owners were very friendly and helpful.
March 11, 2016 - reviewed by Kristen
Nice and Quiet
We really enjoyed staying here. There are pool or ect. But close enough to downtown Savannah. We used Uber and it was around $10 each way! There are some full timers and weekenders. The owners are great and very helpful. They claim "that this campground is the safety campground in Savannah!" The police station is next door with a police training center next to the police station. We liked it here