It's a beautiful wooded CG. Loop B has electricity and some sites have water too. Bathrooms are OK, but no heat so cold on chilly days (it was in the 40's when we were there, which is very cold for 2 Florida types). Showers have hot water. We saw a bear when leaving. Our rate reflects the National Park Senior Pass discount. There is absolutely no cell service at all.
No water/electricity at the sites, and no hot water showers. Bathrooms are pretty basic/rustic. Lots of sand spurs they were everywhere. Very nice beach. Not many CG choices on the island, and they close this one at the end of October for the winter. The rate reflects the National Park Senior Pass.
The CG turned out to be quite convenient for getting back and forth to Savannah. They had the option of having a local shuttle come pick you up/return you so you could spend the day in Savannah. We didn’t go this route so don’t know what the pricing was…the round trip is included as part of a tour package. Roads thru campground bumpy/rough. CG is rundown. Staff were nice. Bathrooms old but they're trying to keep them clean. Sites are close together. There were many trees and many sites have good shade. Some paved sites - 50A, many with gravel/packed sand. Some (like we requested w 30A & no sewer) are packed sand. We stayed in the section away from the highway and it was quiet. It has WiFi, which is good, as no AT&T cell service. We'd stay there again.
The CG is run by the city of Chesapeake, Va. It has gravel/dirt sites, which were level. Some sites have electricity. Bathrooms clean but very rustic. Concrete walls hold the cold, so no showers for us wussy Florida types. Did laundry but had to call the ranger to make it work. They had changed how much the laundry cost but that was not listed anywhere. There was a long walk along a forest trail. It is a very wooded area. We ended up being the only people to stay the night at the CG which was a bit spooky.
What a spacious wonderful CG with lots of trees. Just about every site shaded on river side. I can’t recommend it highly enough. And if you live in Florida and are a senior citizen, then you pay half price for the camping with no entrance fees (hence the $14 rate). Large modern clean bathrooms. Sites are level with sandy packed dirt. We didn’t check out the beach sites (which were full anyway). Beach side I understand there’s no shade. Watch for sand spurs near the shoreline of the river.