March 8, 2020 - reviewed by Jill Nelson
Pretty, big spaces that can fit really big rigs. Along Intercoastal Waterway. W/E. No problems with water. In Francis Marion National Forest do Half-price with Golden Pass. Not a lot near campground but about 30 miles from Charleston. Only criticism is no heat in bathrooms. Would come again.
November 19, 2019 - reviewed by poetread
Quiet And Good Shower; Water Not Potable
Happy to get a primitive spot since rv spots were full, but made the mistake of refilling our water from the connector marked potable only to have to dump it all, came out brown and nasty. Other than that, nice camp, not too crowded, good shower with hot water.
September 14, 2019 - reviewed by Ron Magliacane
Quiet until sunset, then the insects come to serenade you. Only issue was the electric post had a dead 30 amp connection. Had to get a 50 to 30 adapter at the Tractor Supply 15 miles down the road. We did enjoy the site overall.:-)
June 16, 2019 - reviewed by Queenie
Water and electric sites beside Intracoastal Waterway. Tables and fire rings provided. Campground currently having water issues, so portapotties provided in meantime. Dump station also available. 30 miles from shopping and Charleston attractions. Lovely campground hosts made us welcome. Be sure to check online booking website as walk-ins are a bit of a lottery.
December 18, 2017 - reviewed by Otis Fudpucket
Trees branches over the road need trimming. They're going to drag across your roof if you're in a tall RV.
Utilities are at the very back of back in sites. You may need a long water hose and/or electrical cord.
Electric outlets are pretty worn. We needed a bungee cord to keep our power cord plug from falling out of the outlet. We also had to use a 30 amp adapter as the 50 amp outlet had a dead 120 volt leg.
The Campground Host was MIA for several days and no one was there to deal with campground issues and reservation issues. When the Host did show up 2 days after we arrived he went a little Barney Fife on us about when we arrived, when we were leaving and were we going to pay. I told him all the information and the money was in the envelope in the metal box outside his motorhome and had been since we arrived.
Water valve at dump station won't completely shut off probably due to a deteriorated rubber plug.
At $20/night a good value. It goes up to $28 on 1/1/18. It won't be any longer.
May 31, 2017 - reviewed by Keith Campbell
Only thing that is wrong with this park is that it is to hard to get in. We love this park.
June 12, 2016 - reviewed by Michael
Really Nice Place And Great Hosts
We just recently visited Buck Hall RV camp and in all honesty this was a great place to stay. Besides the horse flies and tons of dead fish on the boat ramps what won me over are the park hosts. They were a wonderful couple who when you meet them knows what they are doing. I asked for some sugar because I couldnt find mine and they quickly let me have some. They keep the bathrooms and the grounds very clean and they are always there for all the campers. We had the best spot which was campsite 1. Only thing which would have made this place perfect is sewer connections. They have a dump station close by so bring a poopoo caddy. I am certainly heading back during our next trip to the east.