|Daily||$46.00 - $78.00|
Awesome place to stay. Great sites, not packed in like sardines. It is new and has some quirks to work out. Gary is a great guy who cares about what he does. My 3 year old loved the pools, playground, and bounce houses. Only complaint is the fees. If I can’t elect not to use something just add into price instead of charging separate fee. I know it’s a cost of doing business so just add into nightly price. WiFi is best at any campground we’ve been to and will stream video on free packages. We will be back.
Stayed a week while visiting Savannah, easy to find just off I90. New park with gated entrance, sites are ample in size and are level with picnic table and fire pit. No shade as trees and shrubs planted recently need some years of growth. New bath house and laundry facilities, 8 washers and dryers, everything was clean. Would have given 5 stars but there is 1 long term resident and the site is a s**t hole, cloths hanging off the side of their run down 30 year old camper, 8 rubber made containers under the camper that contain cloths and junk laying about. We'll return next year and hope management has done something.
This is a rather new facility. The pool, pavilions, spaces, everything is relatively new here. That's the good. Here's the issues. The sites although level and set apart from one another are laid out terribly. The pavement is just wide enough for the RV. This wouldn't be an issue but, you can't access the RV without stepping on mud, grass, or pine straw. Something I don't want to track into the coach. There are nice patios on each site but they are not located where they are usable. The utilities are at the front of the sites and so close to the pad so they interfere with the slideout. I can't connect to the sewer because it's at the forward most position of the site. There is no cable TV hookup on any of the sites. They offer Direct TV for a daily fee. Internet is limited unless you pay another fee for better access. After paying $50 per night (discount due to visiting with our RV Club) internet, television access, and site layout should be a lot better without added fees. What also bothers me is upon registering I had to initial and sign waivers that I wouldn't sue the business if something happened during our stay. It was like signing paperwork for buying a house. Well, not that extreme but it is the first time I have encountered this at registration. To me this is not very welcoming to travelers. If it weren't that we are here with our club I would move on and not come back.