March 19, 2020 - reviewed by @SoWickesited
Bad water drainage
We stayed as part of our Thousand Trails membership so we didn't pay for our 6 nights. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer). Level site. Friendly front office.
It's "close" to Savannah and Charleston. We drove each day between 30-90 minutes away to explore a new town or beach so we didn't spend much time in the campground. The campground amenities are pretty sparse, but we didn't really see many cars during the day. Most of the people we talked to were out exploring all day like us.
There aren't any grocery stores nearby so you'll want to make sure you stock up when you're out exploring. And gas prices were much higher at the stations near the RV park so get gas when you're out as well.
We had no service with our Verizon jetpack in the area but our AT&T phones worked well.
It rains here. All that water has to go somewhere and I guess that's why they call it lowcountry...the water just stays in the campground. Most of the campground was a wet, muddy mess.
November 10, 2018 - reviewed by #Threeeades
Clean And Level
I thought we should post a review because they put in new gravel. So the past reviews about the mud don't apply anymore.
Its clean, safe and seems like any of the sites would be easy to level out on. Gave it 4 stars because they don't have wifi. (Other than at the club house)
January 2, 2018 - reviewed by Sad
November 30, 2017 - reviewed by Nyssa
Very nice staff but the park was a bit too muddy for me. I was in a pool after it rained.
June 22, 2017 - reviewed by Wilma
It is a nice stop for the long road. Everything is clean, good pool, people is very nice. The roads are dirt, but they were ok. They have a nice trail to walk . I will be back.
February 25, 2017 - reviewed by Teddy
The roads were not the best and very muddy. The price for the night is ok. The hole camp ground is very very very outdated and full of long term campers with confederate flags and dear skulls outside of there campers. I would never do more than one day at this place.
February 3, 2016 - reviewed by Rick
Oaks At Point South
Campground would be good if they did something for the roads. I was fortunate that my truck is 4x4 as the mud was deep. The water doesn't drain off anywhere and remained for all 4 days we were there. Walking the dog was a chore as you were constantly skirting puddles and boggs. The location is nice with lots of tall trees and quiet for as close as it is to the interstate, but we gave up a day early because the water was just too much.