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We stayed in a cabin. It was nice. Great prices. However our shower was so small and would barely drain so it was hard to take a shower. You must bring everything (no supplies are in the cabin at all). You can rent linens. Nice...More
Stayed here the week of the 4th. The park is clean, most spots are easily accessible, and hooking up is simple. A few spots are difficult to back into, but for the most part, spaces are open and spacious. I would ask for a treed...More
Clean level sites that are uncomfortably small!! Helpful staff, 2 nice bath houses- both w/ ac (need more), good pool- but it is closed in the morning- very unfortunate, convenient to beaches. No playground for kids- this is a big minus. My wife would return...More
My husband and I took a trip to Savannah for our year wedding anniversary last November, we drove from northern Indiana so we stayed a couple of places on the way down. We couldn't get into our hotel until Sunday afternoon so we stayed at...More
We stayed at Rivers End over a weekend in our pop-up camper. It is well kept, but some spots are nicer than others - we were lucky to be nestled in the trees with a lot of shade. I can't imagine being in the bare...More
There is an Enterprise in Savannah that will deliver vehicles to you at the campground. Their telephone # is: (912) 352-1424. There are also several cab companies and Uber in the area. For Tybee, you can easily get around... More
There is an Enterprise in Savannah that will deliver vehicles to you at the campground. Their telephone # is: (912) 352-1424. There are also several cab companies and Uber in the area. For Tybee, you can easily get around on bicycles (rent through Fat Tire Bikes or Tim's Beach Gear if you don't have your own), or rent a golf cart (which includes a free parking sticker!)