September 1, 2021 - reviewed by Poppa T
A little put off when we pulled up to our site. It was listed as a pull through but it was more like a scoop out. However, we fit just fine and the site was fairly level. Utilities hooked up well. Our site was fully shaded, very clean and quiet. Our neighbors were fully visible but far enough away to not feel crowded. We had water and 50 amps, no sewer. The dump station was easy in, dump, and out. We had a change of plans and they were very accommodating. We will go back. 39' Fleetwood class A with TOAD.
January 23, 2021 - reviewed by Kaitlin
Pricey But Nice
Price reflects how close to Savannah it is, about ~15 min drive. Fine sites, close to your neighbors, but not on top of them. Seemed like lots of big rigs fit fine. Clean and accessible bathrooms.
In addition to site fee, you have to buy a parking pass.
November 14, 2020 - reviewed by Charles Phillips
Love the park BUT....of it rains that black mud gets everywhere. Bring leveling blocks.
June 18, 2020 - reviewed by Sandy
We just finished our week long stay. The state park is beautiful with lots of deer running around at night. The sites are huge, full hook ups, and have a picnic table and fire ring. The laundry room was clean and close to our campsite. 20 minutes from historic Savannah. My only complaint would be the horrible booking system. Our original site that had been booked online weeks before stated full hook up. We got to our booked site after hours in the rain and realized it did not have sewage hook up. My husband called the next morning and we were moved to a full hook up pull through site with an upcharge.
May 17, 2020 - reviewed by Paul
2008 Monaco Dynasty
Beautiful park with large sites and lots of privacy. Watch out for the trees if you have a big rig. The center road into the park is good size, but the others are narrow and tree lined. Also watch out for misstated electrical service. Online site said my reserved site had 50 amp. It didn’t. 44’ Motorhome.
March 9, 2020 - reviewed by Lexi N
Highly recommend. Nice, quiet campground with big spaced out sites (especially on the outside of the loops). #63 is pretty private. Close to shopping, restaurants and downtown Savannah. The trails are really nice with fun stuff to see, but muddy right now thanks to all the recent rain. Biking is easier on the paved roads.
August 5, 2019 - reviewed by Police Lives Matter
Nice Campsite Quiet & Peaceful
Stayed here for four nights. It had 50 amp, water but no sewer only a dump station. The trees make manervering a little difficult for bigger campers so try to get a premium site.
There is a Publix five minutes away and fishing at the bridge.
April 26, 2019 - reviewed by David
Nice but not as spectacular as expected
After reading all of the reviews and seeing how hard it was to get a site, I expected more. Especially for how expensive it is. It is a beautiful campground and very convenient to Savannah.
Warning, do not get there early, they will not let you in even if your site is open. Plus they weren't very friendly about it.
February 27, 2019 - reviewed by nauticalnun
Quiet And Peaceful
Quiet park mostly as there is a neighborhood and golf course next to it (trees block most of the view of houses). The inner sites were'nt as nice and I would avoid anything near the trash and dump station. Best sites were #70 & 72, in campground #3. 11, 12, 14, 16, 18, 20, and 75 also nice. Campground #1 road is super narrow and bumpy. We stayed during the week so not sure how busy the weekends are. Showers hot, baths clean, laundry machines. Nice trails in the beautiful forest and 15 min to historic Savannah. I was able to park my 25' rv in the Fahm Avenue parking lot next to the visitor center to explore Savannah ($20 fee) and there were several spots for RVS (come early or they may fill up). Watch for low clearance bridges as there are several in Savannah.
January 8, 2019 - reviewed by Catherine Horrocks
Site #50 was huge had full hook ups and cable. Quiet park, friendly people and staff. Picnic table and fire ring. They sell firewood for $6. You can get your Savannah trolly tour tickets at office too. We will be back!
December 24, 2018 - reviewed by Slow mover
Not much here but was good for overnight. 2 shower houses , one is new has family bathroom. Check in took longer then I would have liked but was nice ppl. Narrow roads and ruff. Dogs enjoy
December 14, 2018 - reviewed by Ken Bob
So Beautiful And Peaceful
Came down from NC before Christmas to getaway and decompress from my stressful job. We read about this place and the reviews and booked site 4 immediately. We arrived and drove along the paths covered with trees and Spanish Moss. It is very peaceful. Just barely more than 10 other campers in the whole park. We enjoyed the river front in Savannah and nearby Publix. We will definitely be back.
August 18, 2018 - reviewed by Don Miller
Fabulous state park. Sites are spacious, mostly pull-through, and include pretty level RV spot with electric, water, and cable (didn’t use), picnic table, fire ring with cooking grate, and a large tent pad (also didn’t use). No WiFi. Decent TV reception from Savannah. Bathroom clean, showers are good, and ours (area 4) had laundry with 2W+2D @ $1.25. Walking trails. Shopping is nearby. Staff were all friendly and helpful. We came for 1 night, stayed for 3.
26’ Class C
May 15, 2018 - reviewed by C Nogle
Close To Savannah
What a beautiful state park! If we had known beforehand we would’ve planned more than one night. There is a shuttle pick up at main entrance to take the trolley tour of Savannah but we chose to drive our small RV instead because we planned on moving south after touring. Campsites were very spacious surrounded by total beauty, would’ve loved to hike and/or biked the many trails to see more of this park than just the campsite.
April 17, 2018 - reviewed by Pony Girl
We stayed here last September and really enjoyed our stay. We took part in the night hike lead by a park ranger and biked and walked the trails on our own. My daughter really enjoyed our stay. We also drove to Savannah and it was really convenient.
April 5, 2018 - reviewed by Joe
We only stayed for one night but visited the park for two days. Had a great time here, lots to see and do. Great bike trail, walking/hiking trails, playground and workout area. Lots of storm damage still around the trails. Full hookups at site and bath houses were clean.
March 20, 2018 - reviewed by Amy
Massive sites! Plenty of room to spread out and relax. Yes, there are gnats that bite, but we were able to do ok with bug spray. Interpretive center has a giant sloth fossil. Lots of bike and hike trails. Brand new comfort station with brand new washer and dryer! Would definitely camp here again if I were in the area!
February 24, 2018 - reviewed by BJ
Nice, But The Gnats!!
Scenic with the oaks and spanish moss. About 6 miles of trails to walk and an interpretive center. Can ride bike on 3 of those miles. 3 bathrooms-#3 is renovated, #2 closed for work, then it looks like #1 later. Campground well maintained and cleaned. Large sites. 17 full hookup sites. Our site #7 was 50 amp but also had 30. Also had 2 water spigots. Dump station has 2 dumps, but only 2nd one has rinse hose. Dumpsters and recyclable bin. Roads are a little narrow and bumpy in areas but saw fifth wheels in there, although they were clipping some trees. Nicely stocked visitor center which has firewood and bug spray (regular spray and 'no natz'). Close to beautiful Savannah and Wormsloe Plantation. The gnats are bad and they do bite, but are somewhat controlled by bug spray and I prefer them to no seeums and mosquitoes. Would go back.
February 21, 2018 - reviewed by Patricia Morrone
I Could Live Here!!!
Loved it here. Big sites with lots of greenery. Hiking trails are beautiful. Nice people work there. Very clean and quiet. This is by far one of the best parks I have stayed at. Hated to leave.
April 26, 2017 - reviewed by Plonski
Used my free night from Georgia passbook club - good deal. Biggest site I have ever been in. Beautiful getting here. Clean, tall trees, lush vegetation, bugs. Very quiet
May 16, 2016 - reviewed by Karen
Nice park. Good location. Nice big sites. Great customer service. I would stay here again. We spent the day in Savanah and this park was only 30 minutes away. We stopped at the Kroger along the way on 204.
March 23, 2016 - reviewed by Perry
Nice Park With Bad Customer Service
We called ahead and were told there were a few spots available. We arrived about 10 minutes later. Another woman told us there were no spots. We were shooed away. I went outside and made a reservation online knowing there were spots. Once I went back inside with a reservation the woman said few words to us. We were shocked at the horrible customer Service. We are driving cross country for six months and this is about the 30th state park we have been to. Never have we experienced this before. Hope you have better luck getting a spot. This state park is also very expensive. Just as expensive as a beachfront state park spot in the FL keys. We expected better service.