Stayed one night with Passport America rate. Site was level, and we used the 30 amp and sewer. Limited TV channels over the air; got acceptable 3G with AT&T. Place had a seedy feel. Several permanent residents and only a couple of us overnighters. Standing marshy water in the grass (this is the low country) but also puddles in the open walkway to bathrooms. Train at 9 pm vibrated the RV like magic fingers but didn't bother us. Would not stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not all sites are 50 - the office does not clarify which are 50 or 30. Some have sewer, however not clarified on parking map. WiFi only available in lobby. Good for overnight, but not suggested for rigs over 30ft. One pull through - #14 (if no rig is parked in adjacent site. Had some difficulty with my 35ft. If I arrived earlier I would have noted a apron on approach. No directions when approaching the hotel. Off highway and near tracks - so sounds (noise) was expected. Not recommended for long term. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Passport America rate shown. With satellite systems on the roof we find this park to be lacking due to tall trees. The highway sounds are constant, but tolerable. However the train at 2:35am that sounded it horn at the moment it reached the campground is a deal breaker. Of the 4 trains during our overnight stay and only the 2:35am one sounded their horn. Nice play Mr Engineer! The sites are all back in but one, which we had and it's about 75 feet from the rail tracks. Sorry Comfort Inn we won't be back! We camped here in a Motorhome.
We were on a point A to point B trip and stopped here because it was Passport America. It was hot, and we pulled in around 1pm. A train went by shortly after and blew its whistle. Loud but not long. It happened 3 more times before we left the next morning, but it wasn't a problem (we have little fans which drown out most outside noise, and we are used to RVing). When you come in, turn left before you pass in front of the Comfort Inn, go in and register (it's not a problem if you overshoot). You'll probably get to pick what site you like best. The 50 amp sites are scattered through the campground loop. Look for 50 something marks on the shore power boxes, or even open them to see what they have if not marked if you need 50 amp. At $16.50 a night, it's a good place to stay unless you are looking for a destination campground with lots of amenities. We will definitely stay there again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Stayed with Passport America Card: needed a place for an overnight. Very clean campground with concrete pads at an angle so back in is easy. We had 50 amp free Wi-Fi in the lobby of the hotel. Very clean and easy on off of I-95. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Pool and showers were very clean, shampoo and soap provided. Noisy right next to I-95 and the train passes to close to the park, that I wondered what it was when it went by, not to bad only once in the evening and at 7 am. Very convenient if overnight is all you are looking for. Would not stay here again We camped here in a Motorhome.
Okay, the location is not great, but we loved that you could pick your own spot. There is only one pull-through spot (which was taken). Note that all do not have 50 amp service. Also, if train noise bothers you, then this is not the spot for you. However, we would stay here again. We used Passport America on our stay. Were it not for PA, we would not have picked this site. It is good for just passing through. It is to the rear of the Comfort Inn. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I was surprised at how nice it was for an over night stop. The RV park is behind the motel with nice shade trees and green grass. The pool is located close to the RV park not the motel. It's right next to the interstate so easy on easy off for traveling. The only problem was lots of lights that stay on all night. It's a great idea wish more motels did it. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Friendly staff and good food nearby within walking distance. Sites are right next to the highway I-95 and train tracks. Sites are paved, the surrounding area was very wet and soggy and there were lots of ants. No Wi-Fi, no cable TV. For the price, it is ok for an overnight stop. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a bargain place, including a continental breakfast for a very nominal fee. It was quite noisy due to interstate trucks and a nearby train, but tolerable for a one night stay while on the road to somewhere else! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We stayed for a week because we had an engagement in the area. The I-95 road / train noise is terrible. The sites are about 8 feet between units with a grass patch that has ankle breaking hidden potholes. There are also various broken pipes around the property that could easily break a dogs leg. - Be Careful - Some pedestals do not work, there is a mix of 30/50 amp service in no particular order and the sewer connection for your neighbors site is about 3 feet outside your door. There is a permanent resident that occupies 3-4 sites with concession trailers and unsightly stuff. Satellite signal is good on the road side sites and digital RV available on 3 channels. This is definitely a one nighter place. Truthfully it's quieter at 24hr Wal-Mart, located at a train yard beside an airport. However on rainy days/nights you you hear very little road noise. But at $12.50 / night for Passport America members it's OK. The plus side is it's never filled up, 3-8 people a night came in, stayed and left the next day. There is only one pull through and it goes first. The pads are concrete and will easily support the longest units, however with large towables you will need to unhook. If you have a Motorcoach and a trailer , leave the trailer in the Motel parking lot, it will be a real challenge to get it in the RV park. The Hotel staff is very nice, you just pick your site, set up and then check in at the front desk at your convenience. Wi-Fi is available at the hotel and with an external antenna you can get a signal in the RV park, but not with the standard laptop. Verizon and AT&T data cards work very well here. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a very quiet and friendly park, beautiful country setting and lots of trees. There were very large sites. If you need anything the owners/manager will bend over backwards to help in anyway. We would highly recommend this park. We stayed here for 3 weeks. Loved it; would stay here again when we are in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
My wife and I were going to Florida when we stopped at this wonderful campground for the night. This campground was excellent. The restrooms and grounds were spotless. We will stay here again when going to Florida. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Well kept park and quaint country setting, super nice owners, unusable Wi-Fi internet. AT&T cell coverage not good. Dead quiet at night. Rate reflects one night stay with Passport America with 50 amp electric and water site. Very easy to negotiate to and in the park with our larger RV. A great deal with PA, paying full rate maybe not so much. We would stay here again with PA rate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate is the Passport America rate. This is a very nice and clean smaller park. The staff is very friendly and helpful. Our pull-through site was easy to access and level, with convenient hook ups. We had a fun view of the cattle and calfs in and adjoining pasture, a welcome change from staring at other RV's in the park. A few TV channels from Charleston are available over the air with careful antenna aiming, and the Verizon 3G cell and data service was good. The park WiFi was adequate for email and minimal surfing, but slow for any serious activities. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Well maintained and clean park. Located only 5 easy miles off I-95. Real quiet, no road noise. Has a nice duck pond with siting benches. Escorted to site. Some sites have level gravel with a large heavy rubber mat for your front door an others have concrete pads. Will definitely use it again for a one night stop when traveling along I-95 We camped here in a Motorhome.
Great Passport America rate for what you get. PRO's: Easy access (even though they are 6 miles off interstate, most of that is 4-lane). Park is quiet, and has a well kept appearance. Pull through, 50 amp, with sewer. Level, gravel sites. CONS: Wi-Fi signal is strong but they only allow so many on system at one time. Once able to connect, kept getting booted off. Wouldn't be such an issue but this park has zero AT&T connectivity, and 1/2 bar reception on hubby's Verizon smartphone. Hard to wind down and enjoy a few hours after a day on the road with No Wi-Fi, no cell service, and no cable TV. But it was fine for one night and we'd stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
The rate reflects the Passport America rate. This park is a total of about 6 miles off of the I-95, but worth the drive. It is a quiet country setting campground with a friendly staff. It is a well maintained campground, with a few long term residents. We had site #8, which does not have sewer hookups, but we don't need them for a short stay. This site has a couple trees, but we were still able to get a satellite signal. We liked it so much, that we decided to stay a 2nd night. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This made a good stop along I-95 overnight and we'll probably use it again since the location works well, distance-wise, when we return from family visits. It takes a few minutes to get there from the interstate since it is on the other side of St. George. But it is quiet once you get there and offers a good night's sleep. I appreciated that we were guided by golf cart to our camp site, always a nice touch. Restrooms and showers are dated but adequate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very clean and well kept campground. Sites are either gravel or concrete pads. Rate shown reflects Passport America, which is good Sunday through Friday. Easy paved access to interstate for our 39' fifth wheel. Very quiet at night - no road noise. T-mobile does not work within park, but my wife could get 1 bar on the access road. Sprint aircard workd fine. Very friendly owner. I had a Fedex delivery here which they even brought around and hand delivered to our door! We would stay here again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Great little park. Very clean. The Passport America rate was $16.00 per night with a $3.00 extra fee for 50 amp service. Great place for an overnight stay. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
I'm surprised at some of the comments about this lovely park. It is a campground, not a resort. However, it is very clean and well done. I've had no problem with their Internet. It's better than many others. I noticed a remark about getting into the park which worried me, as we drive a 45 foot coach towing. and had no problem. We were escorted to a lovely site with a concrete patio. The roads and sites are gravel but no dust at all. This place is lovely with a nice playground and grass. There is a lake with ducks. The owners are very friendly, and it's obvious they are working to make this a lovely RV park. There are picnic tables and benches all around this park. I hesitated to stop here when I read some of the reviews, as we are rather choosy, but I'd definitely stop here again. It's an easy drive from the interstate. Yes, it's 5 miles, but it is so pleasant out here. We do not have cell phone service with AT&T, as others have said, but that is not the fault of the park. As I said, the internet has worked fine for me. If I'm back in the area, I'd definitely come back. Much nicer than a lot of much higher rated parks in my mind. They didn't take my GS card, as it is a weekend. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This was our second stay at Jolly Acres, and this time we stayed a full month. The price reflects the monthly rate we paid. The owners are awesome and will help with just about any situation. Anything from repairs to your rig to needing a place for your 5 yr old's birthday party (as we did), they are cheerfully accommodating, even leaving us to the clubhouse after hours where most would have run us out, I am sure. True, the cell phone reception is spotty as is the wi-fi and TV, but if those are your main concerns, you should stay at home. RVing to me is more about the things you do outside. Campfires, fishing, gathering with old friends and meeting new ones. This park covers those things in spades. When my wife was inside checking out, the owner walked outside to personally tell my son and me goodbye. I don't find that in many parks we frequent. We will visit again when in the South Carolina area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We paid Passport America rate. At that rate it might be OK for an overnight because it is about six miles from I-95. I would not stay there at the full-price rate. Entrance to the park is very narrow. Layout of the park is bizarre; one site right next to the office (diesel fumes when campers check in?) Another has the dump station right behind it. Little shade. No cable and only 4 antenna stations with not-so-good reception. Weak cell phone signal with Verizon. Weak Wi-Fi. Oh yeah, the trains blaring their horns several times a night. I do not understand the positive reviews of this location. After five years of full timing, I would rate this in the bottom 20% of the parks we visited. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Campground is clean, organized and well-maintained. The owners are friendly and helpful. The campground is peaceful and beautiful. Would recommend to anyone looking for such. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very friendly family owned. Very clean, well kept park. The cell tower service in the area is not good, but that's not the parks fault. A nice quiet place to camp with easy driving to the tri-county area and into Charleston. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
I am very surprised by some of the negative reviews of Jolly Acres. As such, I decided to submit a review of this fine campground. First of all, there are only 6 "permanent" campers (we are one of those). At least 4 are here for jobs and/or school, and the other 2 seem to be retirees. The only posted rules are to leash and pick up after your pets, (common in ALL campgrounds), to not climb the fence and to watch your children at the pond (which should be common sense). The Wi-Fi isn't the strongest due to a lack of towers in the area, but I rarely have issues getting online. There are hunting dogs next door (which is the side of the park where we are located), but I rarely hear the dogs except during the daylight hours. And, the dog owner has recently moved his kennel to an area away from the campground. This is an excellent place to park your camper!! Potlucks at least once a month, folks who are always willing to assist with camper issues, friendly greetings at all times. This is a wonderful place to be, whether on a permanent basis, temporary, vacationing or just passing through. I would HIGHLY recommend Jolly Acres!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice and quiet park out in a country setting. There was a dog kennel close by with barking at feeding time, but was quiet at night. The park was clean and updated with trees throughout. The sites had concrete patios and spacious. Nice pull-throughs for big rigs and road ways were good. There was no cable TV and I could only get 3 channels on the antenna. The Wi-Fi didn’t work most of the time and the management said the Tech was coming to fix it when I was leaving. Laundry facilities were small with only two machines and a little pricey, but worked well. Free courtesy phone for local calls. Staff was friendly and helpful. About 35 miles to Charleston. Price reflects stay for a week in a toyhauler; daily rates are higher on weekends. Would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Truly AMAZING Southern hospitality: makes you feel like you’re home! Jolly Acres is the perfect name for this peaceful, picturesque, family run, RV park. Why would anyone stay in a noisy, loud city or right near a highway when you could find tranquility in a country setting! We enjoy the serenity of walking about the grounds with our pets, feeding the ducks and all the sounds of this countryside paradise. This park has all the amenities and with real, reliable 50 amp service, unlike other parks that make the claim but not the grade. The Wi-Fi in the park has an EXCELLENT range capacity and works almost flawlessly, as it utilizes an omni-directional router, clearly visible on the roof of the office. The internet service is provided by satellite in this rural community and often outperforms my AT&T broadband card. However, if you try to be a bandwidth hog there is protocol in place to prevent such abuse. This internet allows us to download bank statements, pay bills online, check & send emails as well as check in and post our Facebook activity. We use an AT&T cell phone and it works within the park at all times. The owners will literally bend over backwards to help you out and their generosity simply can’t be repaid or out done! The FREE meals they host in the office building on a very, regular basis are more than enough to outweigh any camping fees, including the many RV traveler discounts they recognize. We have camped all over the US & Canada and Jolly Acres is by far the MOST EXCELLENT RV Park around!! We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Read the other reviews, we were a bit apprehensive about going here, but what a nice surprise, its a well kept tidy camp. We had to find our own site since the office was closed until 2pm, this was a bit time consuming since the sites are not in a usual layout, but we found site 3 (to the left of the office), which had a cement pad and patio. Had a very nice time along with our adopted pets (geese) for the weekend. Wi-Fi was good most of the time, Sat had no problem on this site. We would definitely stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground in a rural setting, and well worth the five-plus-mile ride from the Interstate to reach it. The campsites have are level concrete pads. The hook-ups are convenient and everything works. There is a nature trail if you want a short walk. The campground is immaculate, making for very pleasant surroundings. The only negative is that the Verizon cell phone service is weak with only "one bar." We camped here in a Motorhome.
Not a Good Sam park and they do not ask you about any discounts. We asked at office if they had a good Wi-Fi system and were told they did. I had some important business to handle on the 'net. Too bad for me - they lied! I am getting tired of RV camps spewing this untruth one after the other. This connection was so slow it was equal to or less than dial up. Maybe closer to the office would be better but my Wi-Fi "checker" app did not indicate much of an improvement around the office area either. They got this low mark for "stretching" the truth. Verizon cell service is sketchy here also - we had to walk around our site to get our DroidX cell phone to work. Other than that the sites were decent with level gravel and nice cement pads. Most sites were shaded. There were many "do not do" signs posted around the office, bath and pond area and I often wondered if we were "breaking" any rules just walking around. Bathrooms need some updating. The dogs in an adjacent house are noisy but leaving the fan on drowns them out. Nearest grocery store was back in town 5 miles away. We rented site "E". We would not stay here again if we needed Wi-Fi. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
16.00 on weekly Passport America rate, but after adding in an extra 3 bucks for 50 amp, taxes, etc. it is really 20.00. Great for an overnight, with large pull-throughs available. Guide to site, with very friendly and easy check-in. Wi-Fi internet very weak, and is really just good for basic e-mail checking. Tough to pull up even the weather sites, as we wanted to check on Hurricane Irene's progress. Very dated bath house was clean for the most part with paper towels, soap, and temperature control. Only one toilet and one shower available in each side. Great large concrete pads at most sites were very nice, and the rest was a level gravel. Easy to set up. Only real bad thing, as was the same on our stop here two years ago, terrible barking dogs at nearby house. Must be 20 plus of them in a kennel, as they start up about 5:30 am and continue for hours. Even the rooster next door was quieter than they were. If the wind is coming from the east, you will also smell..."cow fragrance". We camped here in a Motorhome.
We originally stopped at the Comfort Inn RV Park that was right next to the freeway. It was not even close to the $15 price PA members get ($29) and the sites/hookups seemed to be sub-standard, so we left and found Jolly Acres. It is 8 minutes away from I-95 but was a good decision. This was a legitimate, full-size RV park with plenty of room. The sites, hookups, and pads are in great shape. Nice location, under the trees, more geared toward RV'ers and even a duck pond and playground. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We did a overnight here and was OK for that. Seemed to be a "permanent" campground. Mostly trailers. Seemed to be clean, and owner friendly. I think it was overpriced for what it is. Would not use except as an overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stay here often. The owners are generous and friendly. Check-in is fast and efficient, and the ladies are great with area info and restaurant information. The restrooms and showers are always spotless and cleaned daily. The internet is sometimes slow, but always available and free for basic email. We understand this, since it is Hughes net satellite and the bandwidth is limited in that area. Cell phone service is spotty, but there are areas where calls can go through, just ask the office. We had a concrete pad with a patio that had grass and was lovely. We stayed here 10 days. There was a pot luck dinner at the spacious clubhouse and the food was wonderful. We are definitely going back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Women at check in were some of the nicest, most friendly and welcoming people I have ever met during check in. Host cart to site and even an invite to have some of their homemade BBQ. The rate was great at 15.00 a night, though we paid the extra 3.00 to hook up to 50 amp, as the area was having a record heat wave and we have 2 A/C units. Don't even bother with their free WI-FI. Though it has a good signal, their internet service is the worst I have ever seen and I could never even finish a download of email messages no matter what time of day I tried it, even at 5 am. Single stall bathroom facility with single shower was never cleaned the whole 3 days we were there. I am assuming since they have full hookup, they don't expect people to use their bathrooms. Other dismay was as to no shade in the park during this heat wave. Other than that, was a great place to stay for the price with the discount for full hookups to visit with relatives in Summerville with convenient access to getting back on the highway. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Owner was kind enough to see us coming and directed us right into a great pull-through site. The pad and small patio area were concrete and the roads very good gravel. We were amazed at how clean and well manicured the entire campgrounds were. The only con (if I were have to find one) was coming in the gate was a bit tight as there was a culvert running along the side of the road. A very wide swing was required. We were in a 45' motorhome and that was still manageable. A very quiet, well lit park with lots of area to walk the dogs. We will make it a point to come back. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Our favorite "one night spot" on the trip to Florida. We have camped here 3 different times. We use this campground as our stop over spot on our way to Florida. The owners are very nice! On two different visits they have invited us to a free potluck dinner in the office. The campground is a few miles from the highway which makes it quiet. The sites are gravel. We typically stay up front near the office, in a small grove of trees. My biggest complaint is the cold shower in the men's bathroom. On our last visit I actually took the shower valve apart to try and adjust the water temp. If we return again I will speak to the owners regarding the cold shower, hopefully they will fix it permanently. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Great park! The $18 per night reflects the weekly rate of $125. Level sites, most pull thrus. Very friendly owners. Larry actually came to our coach 3 times to assist with water heater problems while we were there. There is a nice pond where we caught fish for 2 fish fry's during the week we were there. If I had to search for a negative, and I would have to search, it would be the poor phone reception and slow (but free) internet. Otherwise a top notch park we will visit again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Really nice campground about 5 miles off Interstate I-95. Worth the drive nice and quiet. Used our camp club for $15 a night several others available for that rate. 45 minutes from Charleston, great for visiting city and other surrounding cities. Only complaint Wi-Fi is very slow but basics could be done and a modem available in nice laundry room. Staff was very friendly. Definitely would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Pros: Level sites; gravel pull through sites; concrete patio; good water pressure; good electrical service; friendly staff; clean campgrounds; rate was Passport America. Cons: Wi-Fi had issues with the connectivity at times; spaces were close together. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We stopped here for one night. This park was located an easy 7 miles off I-95. The office staff was very friendly, recommended a good restaurant for dinner (Georgio’s, Hwy 78) and led us to our site. The Wi-Fi was very weak and Verizon was intermittent, so we were able to pick up our e-mail but could not use the internet otherwise. The small laundry room had two washers and two dryers, was clean, and had a clothes rack, folding table, soap dispenser and comfortable seating. Our pull-through sandy site was fairly level, roomy, and had a picnic table on an adjacent slab. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a great park if you are visiting the Charleston, SC area. Always clean and owners are great people. The park is about 40 miles from downtown Charleston and about 23 miles from Summerville. This may sound like a long way to drive but once you get on I-26 no problems. The park is quiet and easy to find. Not many RV parks in the Charleston area. We are full-timers and are here from mid November through mid January every year. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Beautiful little park. Sites are concrete pads and level. Lots of grass and the park is surrounded by trees. Pet friendly with breed restrictions. Friendly staff. Would definitely camp here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a great campground and highly recommended. The sites have full, spacious, and level concrete slabs; including concrete patios. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The campground is located in a beautiful wooded area and is very quite. The only complaint we had was the Wi-Fi system; which provided a weak and intermittent signal. There is also little to no Verizon signal available. To be fair, the signal strength probably varied and might have been better in other sites. We camped here in a Motorhome.
My husband and I have been here at Jolly Acres for about a month and a half while he is working in the area. While this park is a bit out of the way, it is a fantastic place to stay. Everyone here is friendly and pleasant. The owners are generous, helpful folks who always share smiles and friendly greetings. This has been one of the best RV parks we have chosen. It's clean, quiet, and well-kept. We will be moving out of the area soon, but plan to return after the first of the year for another work project and we already know where we plan to stay on our return. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Just a stopover on our travels south. It is approx 5 miles from I-95 so it is extremely quiet. Not much else at that exit that we noticed. A few hotels, one with a rundown looking RV park behind it and a few gas stations. Jolly Acres is a nice level campground with wide level sites and well maintained grounds. No CATV and WI-FI was weak but usable. We were camped along a pasture. Only one bath and shower, but it was not crowded. We will stop here again on our trip back home. Definitely a nice clean stop to rest. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice park with friendly staff. We were given a large pull through with full hook-ups. Very clean well run park, with large sites. Only negative was that, although we had a good wifi signal we were unable to connect to the internet. $14 was the Passport America rate. We camped here in a Motorhome.
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We stayed here on our way south on I-95. This is a very nice park. We had a FHU pull-through site that was perfectly level, with an adjacent concrete pad with a picnic table. All types of discount memberships are allowed Sunday through Thursday nights; we used Passport America for half price. The staff was efficient in processing us and accompanied us to our site. The park is obviously fairly new, but in spotless condition. We would definitely stay here again on our way through. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Clean, and rather quiet (there is a railroad far away - nothing that would keep one from sleeping), friendly personnel. The only lack of sewer hookups on the one-night-spaces in front to be mentioned. My recommendation for this easy to find campground with drive up ability at night. The rate was $14.00 with Passport America membership - $28.00 without. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This place has a Beverly Hills style laundry room. No waiting. Plush lounge couches, chairs, iron board, luxury coffee tables, planters, free phone, air, heat, ceiling fan, CD + radio, tinted widows, clean, clean, clean. There is very low monthly pricing for RVs, reasonable nightly pricing. Low prices will be in the general store with no price gouging on merchandise or propane. No size limits or stay time limitations here. The grounds have a very durable 50 amp or 30 amp electric service. Our AT&T cell phone worked well in our trailer. No sewer problems or leach smell. The drinking water is excellent. 30 TV channels can be received with a standard RV antenna. There are some free shuttle to airports. This place is very clean, well lighted, and in extremely well groomed neighborhood. It is some what of an adult population and very quiet. HOSPITALITY is great. Well prepared food and gifts, holiday flowers will show up at your door frequently. As in most campgrounds, I found the internet to work all over the property with a Linksys (WUSB54GC) plug in stick antenna. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This was a nice, very clean very peaceful Passport America Park. Close to Charleston. The park has a very strange layout of its sites but we would return here and request a specific site the next time. The laundry room was spotless. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a Passport America park and as such offers great value. This is our second time here and the owners couldn't be nicer. For us it is a good, safe and not much of an out of the way stop while we're heading south. The park offers a nice place to really exercise our dogs and St George offers a couple of acceptable restaurants. While not a destination park for us we will continue to use this place as an "en-route" to our destination stopping off place. We recommend it to others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Very nice campground. Clean, level concrete pads, nice gravel interior roads. Great for dog walking. Excellent FREE wifi. Only drawback was lack of cable TV and no pool. Would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed here a month so our rate was $300 for the month plus electric. It is about 30 minutes from Summerville and 40 minutes from Charleston. We had a very pleasant stay here and the people were great. They have a gathering Friday nights at the office and everyone is invited. Becky Horne the owner is a lovely lady. It is a well maintained park but it is a little out of the way if you are staying there a while. All in all we had a very pleasant time. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Used Passport rate which can be used Sun-Thur. Nice quiet park, with good place to walk the dogs. They offer wireless internet, but for a charge. Park is good for overnight stop & close enough to Charleston for a day trip. We will stay there again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is located a little further from I-95 than expected, but it was a scenic, convenient drive straight out highway 78. Once we arrived we were greeted nicely by the friendly Mom who shared with us that she just sent her son off to college. We noticed on the East side of the campground a pasture with cows, which we just fell in love with as they "sang" us to sleep. Upon daybreak we were pleasantly awakened by the farm resident's rooster. We enjoyed the bright crisp morning and were able to walk our dog around the campground. There's a little, fishing pond that has a short pier and is entirely surrounded by a chicken wire fence. This allowed us to let our dog get his daily run in. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Park is very nice. Just 4 miles from I-95 exit 77 in St. George,S.C. They are wonderful people and have a great RV park and we would recommend thta if you go thru South Carolina on I-95 you should check out Jolly Acres. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Very clean with friendly management. We were led to our site which was a level concrete pad. We were far enough away from I-95 to be very quiet. We just stayed one night and are going back again in Oct. Already made reservation. We camped here in a Motorhome.
What a great place and what nice, friendly people. This park is as nice as any I have stayed in. Roomy, quiet, level concrete pad and a nice little fishing pond with two little gazebos. A real treat. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a quiet, very pleasant location. The owners were very friendly and helpful. Our site had some shade from a few trees (which we requested) but the site was oriented so the morning and afternoon sun rays were parallel to the site (i.e., the awning was only effective from about 11:00 until 2:00). Not the fault of the park, obviously. There are several large grassy areas with shade trees and each site has a large (very heavy) rubber mat for our convenience. It was a little difficult to pull in front of the door but we arrived after a pretty strong rain storm. There is a fairly large open drainage ditch running through the park which allowed the water from the storm to quickly drain off.The office has a minimal selection of food and camping items. The restrooms were clean and conveniently located. This was only an overnight stop for us but we would stay here again on our way through South Carolina. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We stayed for one night. There was no cell phone signal in the park. The park did not have wi-fi, which would have been a plus. Thats why the 7 overall rating. They do give discounts to P.A. and others. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a pleasant, 2 year old campground that is run by some very friendly folks. When we arrived, we were immediately greeted by several happy people, and there were many others in the office/community room celebrating 3 different birthdays. The main entrance road as well as the road leading from the office to some of the sites are large crushed rock. Interior roads are mostly stone dust with a little gravel, and some dust was evident as a result of this material. Our site was medium size crushed gravel, and required only minimal leveling. Adjacent to the gravel "pad" was some finely crushed gravel which served as the "patio". There was also a large rubber mat, that our escort made sure was neatly placed in front of our door. He also cheerfully volunteered to help us with our hook-ups, but we reassured him we could do that without a problem, and he returned to the frstivities up front, while continuing to escort other new arrivals. Sites are organized around the campground in a mixture of a single row and several random placements. Most seemed to have adequate space between sites. There are a few long-term/ permanent(?) gueast, but the place is well cared for by the very friendly owners. We would stop back when next in this area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Close enough to I-95 for easy access, but far enough for peace and quiet. Something here for everyone. Great playground, fish pond, hiking trails, bird watching, bike riding, horseshoes, big screen television, and a lot of good company! Pets are treated and greeted as part of the family. Staying here was like coming home, but a lot more fun! We camped here in a Motorhome.
[ 10 / 10 ]
Great campground for overnight stay along I-95 at exit 77. About 5 miles off of the interstate, but worth the drive. Bathrooms were clean and the owners were very nice. We would stay again if in the area. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
New park, gravel roads, extra nice rec hall and facilities. The owners raise show dogs (boxers) and are big motor home users. Park is a bit out of the way, but closer than appears. Get off I-95 exit 77, go four miles east, turn left to county airport and park is on left. The owners have literally outdone themselves planning and building this park. Not a lot to do in this area, but a good spot to overnight. We camped here in a Motorhome.