July 12, 2019 - reviewed by Jacob
Expensive In My Book
Paid 53.00 for a back in site that was 1/4 mile from showers. I was all sweaty by the time I walked back to my camper. Pool looked nice. Showers were nice but dirty at night. The night crew should check them before leaving. There was poop all over both toilets that I had to clean myself so I could use. Also need a code for the bathroom and if you forget codecor towel or anything get ready for a long walk back to camper to get. It got the job done but higher price than expected for all the inconveniences.
May 25, 2019 - reviewed by Russ & Karla
Nice wooded park with big sites for our 36 ft motorhome. It was an easy drive to Charleston for sight seeing. There’s a piggly wiggly just down the street. The entrance is used by both the park and a trailer home so don’t panic as you enter, just turn right and head into the koa. I used the laundry facilities and that was ok. The pool looked nice but I never got in it.
July 5, 2018 - reviewed by OTR (On The Road)
Not Fancy, But...
There is NOT a waterslide here! Maybe there used to be, but don’t get your hopes up from the picture someone posted. Some sites are muddy, but they are updating and we were on a nice concrete pad with a swing bench, fire pit and table with chairs. It’s a 1/2 hour drive from Charleston, but honestly there are not a lot of RV parks much closer. Staff is friendly. There are laundry facilities, a small park setting for kids, horseshoes, rec room and an oversized chess board. We were here for 4th of July and there was a big empty field next door to do fireworks in, so that was awesome. Not the fanciest place ever, but if your site-seeing in the area this is a decent spot.
April 2, 2018 - reviewed by Chris
Good, With Some Flaws
Clear, level site. Nice layout of roads. Safe playground for kids. Reliable electric. Water was off-again on-again most of the time. Wi-Fi is useless. ("You are not connected to the internet.")
As others have observed, they are not "in Charleston," but they are only a mile off I-26, and outside the suffocating claustrophobia of 300 year-old streets. About 20-30 minutes from most places in and around Charleston.
June 24, 2017 - reviewed by Jonathan
Basically A Trailer Park
Lots of full timers and very very cramped. The smell was bad and the site was extra muddy. Next door is an actual trailer park.
August 6, 2016 - reviewed by Colleen
Discouraged. I thought I was going to CHARLESTON, like place states. You are 35 minutes north. Very "hick" Lot of full time people live there , even out of tents. Bathroom CLEAN. Staff awesome. ..but hope not to be back. False advertising calling them " Charleston "