January 19, 2021 - reviewed by Ron
Very nice park and campground. Stayed 3 nights as a “home base” to travel around Charleston. Clean bathrooms and well maintained sites. Mind the low tree branches on your way in/out (not in the park). Great walking/biking routes as well.
December 23, 2020 - reviewed by David
Nice park great staff clean, however and this not there fault but be aware the trees on the roads to get there have low tree limbs. My RV is 12 foot 8 tall and still had limb take out my roof top ac and by the looks of the limb I was not the first person to have this problem it had many marks on it from past the county needs to trim there trees to 13’6 if not they need to mark them.
September 27, 2020 - reviewed by NNW
Nice park but spots are too close together. It is expensive for a government owned park. Bathrooms are updated and clean.
January 9, 2020 - reviewed by Denise
What a beautiful park. It may a bit pricey but worth it. Nice large sites and you aren’t on top of each other. Tons of trees for shade. We have two dogs and they had great places to walk them along with a dog park. Good location to Charleston. We were in an Rv with no tow so we used Lyft to get into town. Took about 20 minutes. We were only there for 2 nights next time we would stay longer.
November 13, 2019 - reviewed by Randy
Just Passing through
We loved this place. Yes is expensive but worth it.
June 22, 2019 - reviewed by Camper
Not Ok, Location is Only +
This is the most expensive government (not private) campground I've ever stayed at. Given the price and the website overview of the onsite county park I was expecting wonderful in the cg. On arrival space was not available as many locals use the cg and stay until they have to leave. Water main broke outside the park, but supplies the cg. No water for many hours. No one could verify that the water quality was checked so I stayed 2 days wo fresh water availability. Thankfully I ALWAYS travel with full tanks jic. Hook ups were at the far back of the space I rented. Ok for 50 foot electric cord, but unable to use sewer connection? Plus it smelled horrible around the connector. Previous campers may have just spilled due to lack of hose required for proper connection.Untrimmed Dead tree branches fell on rv during afternoon rain.
I brought all of this to the attention of the local cg staff and all I received is a "we're sorry".I contacted the county park and hopefully I'll receive a refund
May 20, 2019 - reviewed by Andrei
64 Bucks Per Night.
The park and the staff is great but you would have to pay for it big time. This is by far the most expensive county park in 14 states we travelled through. Amenities are plentiful, bathhouses are renovated better than my condo and airconditioned. But the bill is $64.06 per night for the full hookup site. We stayed in no sewer hookup county Parks under $15 and were quite happy. There is no budget alternative around Charleston. Sad!
March 6, 2019 - reviewed by Mike P
Great place to take your dogs.
January 5, 2019 - reviewed by Catherine Horrocks
Level spacious site (#63), close to store, excellent water pressure, shaded site. Beautiful dog park, walking trails & we were able to see the Festival of Lights (awesome).
Only negatives lots of sand in the rig, dryer was not up to par. Had to run twice.
March 25, 2018 - reviewed by Albert
Large sites that are mostly shaded. Several bike trails. Friendly staff. Close to Charleston and folly beach. Would definitely stay here again.
February 28, 2018 - reviewed by Chris
They only take reservations by phone, which they don't bother to answer. Booked KOA online while sitting on hold for FORTY MINUTES!
February 21, 2018 - reviewed by Patricia Morrone
Loved it here. Site was near a pond with a swing. Good size lots and pretty level. Clean and nice restrooms and great people. Lots to do at the park. Always something going on.
November 10, 2017 - reviewed by Stitch
This is a really good campground that offers a lot. Its a bit pricey and the sites are bit close. The dog park is awesome and the best I've been too. The staff is nice for the most part. Located close to Charleston.
September 20, 2017 - reviewed by Donna
Shaded spots with room and nice bike path. Laundry is outdoors and you have to scrape off the bugs to put your laundry in and the dryers didn't work. Big dog park (watch for alligator ) with pretty brackish water pond and not fully fenced. Bathrooms old and not so clean. Middle of September and the holiday lights are up. Expensive for no pool.
June 3, 2017 - reviewed by Jay
One of our favorite spots because it has everything, particularly fishing! Lots to do and beautiful scenery.
March 14, 2017 - reviewed by Junket Nomads
A Great Place Here
We loved this park, it had a nice location to Charleston, I had lots of trails for walking and running. It was nicely maintained, and the staff was very helpful.
January 12, 2017 - reviewed by Joe M
Wonderful Park And Campground
Very nice... loved it. Big, level, well separated sites. Apparently there is a very large light display at the park during the Christmas holiday season. They stop turning on the lights around New Year... the displays were still up when we were there but, since it was about a week after New Years, they were not being lit at night. It looked like it would be fabulous.
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Chris
Nice sites, clean bathrooms, friendly people. Male your reservations early because this place will fill up. Plan a day in your vacation to just spend at the park. Great trails and tons to do. Bring your bikes with you or rent some. Also, the climbing wall is awesome.
March 15, 2016 - reviewed by Monica
Very quiet. Great amenities. A water park, BIG playground, paddle boats, and great paved walking/biking trails. Only about 10-15 minutes to Charleston. Less than 20 minutes to Folly beach. We would definitely stay again