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Old 08-13-2018, 07:52 PM   #1
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Good Evening All

We are looking to take a trip to Savannah, Charleston area around Christmas time this year.

We have never been to this area and were needing what the best RV parks there are in the area. We have a 2003 38g with a 14' trailer with a Polaris Slingshot.

Thanks for any and all advise

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Old 08-13-2018, 08:15 PM   #2
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In Savannah, we have stayed twice at Skidaway Island State Park.

In Charleston, we stayed once at Oak Plantation Campground. It is a bear to get into or out of, depending on approach direction. Otherwise, it is conveniently located.
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Old 08-13-2018, 08:27 PM   #3
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Thanks Mark. I had looked at Oak Plantation and the reviews were bad. The wife said NO.

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Old 08-14-2018, 07:26 AM   #4
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In Savannah we stayed at Topke Island Rivers End Campground. It is a fifteen minute drive from the island to the city. There are great seafood places along the way as well.

In Savannah we always use the trolley system. They have lots to park you car and you can get on and off anytime you want. Another comes along every few minutes.

River's End Campground | Tybee Island RV Park & Camping
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It's been a few years but in Charleston we stayed at a KOA outside of the city. It was well maintained and shady.

https://koa.com/campgrounds/charleston

This is not Oak Land.
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In Savannah, we have stayed twice at Skidaway Island State Park.
+1 Skidaway Island SP was really a nice state park. VERY tree covered almost dark due to the dense tree covering when we were there in the Spring. There was a great Publix supermarket just down the road from there.

Hilton Head Island is very close to Savannah and there is a luxury motorcoach park there: Home - Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort
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There is the Savannah South KOA in Richmond, Ga just off I-95. We mostly overnight there on our trips to/from Florida but have also spent a few days visiting the area. It is your typical KOA for RV slots but the facility is clean and easy to get to. I'm a light sleeper and only complaint is like many private campgrounds there is a train on the opposite side of the hwy that always seems to go through just as I'm drifting off to sleep. I can't speak for Charleston as we have never taken the trailer there.
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Old 08-19-2018, 07:03 AM   #8
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We have stayed at Rivers End Campground on Tybee Island several times. We will be there again in a couple of weeks. It's about as save as you can get. Tybee Island City owns and operates the campground and the police department building backs up to the campground. Easy walk to the beach and lighthouse. Campground is your typical lined up like sardines commercial layout with full hookups. It's a short drive into Savannah. The trolley tours are great.
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Skidaway Island is where we have stayed. You should have no problem with the sites because they are all pull through and parallel to the road. That provides a good deal of privacy. There are trails for hiking or biking. We biked the trail and enjoyed it, but you will be running over a lot of tree roots on portions of the trail. There are a lot of scenic views that make for beautiful photos.

We took our bikes into Savannah and rode around the streets. We did this the week between Christmas and New Year’s Eve and the weather was great.
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