I pulled in to stay but after seeing the spots I decided to leave and drive South. This park could be great but it needs a BIG Overhaul, power up date to 50 AMPS, sewer, Cable would be nice since no satellite.
It has been several years since we drove through the RV park and it still looks like a place I would not take any type of RV. Trailers in the wooded sites were in deplorable condition and most sites were not occupied. The sites not in the woods were full so this says it all. Staff in the office were helpful when we asked for maps and info. Maybe someone from this RV Park should spend time at Charleston NWS and learn how an RV park can be a big revenue producer.
Each time it gets worse--the people in the office care only about selling tickets. The washer leaks, told them in Dec. when we were there--dryer does not dry--this has been going on for over a year. Electricty kept going off, thank God we had a surgre protector plugged in. The only thing good about the place is retirees and spouse can eat breakfast and dinner at the dinning hall (the best salad bar in town). Charleston could be the showplace for the military cg's with it being so close to Charleston and Savannah, Ga. Yes we will go back because of our surge protector and it is close to everything, and we know where a good laundromat is. Too bad the golf course gets all the attention. If I was in charge of the place, I would get rid of the old camper, and have the Active duty full timers in the back, and make the guy with the tent, golf cart and the dune buggy go where he can't disturb any one. Sanding and using power tools are not very pleasant to listen to. Those who are homesteading should clean up. This is a poor excuse for "Southern Hospitality".