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Oaks Plantation Campground

3540 Savannah Hwy, Charleston, SC 29455-7934
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#1 of 15 Specialty lodging in Charleston
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Oak Plantation Campground is the ideal place to camp when in Charleston. For over 40 years, and now three generations of the business being in the same family. We are the Closest campground to Charleston. We have provide travelers with the finest in camping facilities. Its large, park-like setting, clean and mordern facilites and convenient location keeps travlers coming back again and again. Whether you have a pop-up or a large motor home, let Oak Plantation Campground welcome you with our friendly, southern hospitality. As the closest campground to Charleston, We are just minutes from Charleston's historic plantations, downtown, historic district, shopping, golf and the beaches. Look at all Oak Plantation Campground has to offer: Over 200 RV sites avaiable 50-Amp sites on gravel Landscaped for privacy and shade Quite, restful atmosphere Paved roads for easy access Locally owned and operated Largest campground close to Charleston LP gas available Free WiFi and Cable at every site Clean modern showers and restrooms Sparkling outdoor pool Spacious lawn and play area Picnic shelter for large family or group gatherings Laundry room RV storage available Pets welcome as long as on a leash and pick up after them Large fenced in dog run Freshwater fishing lake (no license required) Small concenience store with RV supplies, and basic needs
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Self-serve laundry
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MichiganMillionaire wrote a review Nov 2020
Jekyll Island, Georgia161 contributions59 helpful votes
Absolutely horrible wifi service, mediocre cable television. Campground is safe and clean. A lot of traffic but not far from downtown Charleston. Less than 30 minutes. Easy check in and try to request a site far from the garbage cans to avoid the noise and smell 😀.
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Date of stay: November 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Ashley E wrote a review Sep 2020
Marion, South Carolina24 contributions9 helpful votes
We decided to take a spur-of-the-moment trip to Charleston to visit friends who had recently moved to the the area. This RV park is only 15 minutes from their house in West Ashley and right off of Savannah Highway which is a perfect location and easy to find. The park is well-kept with level sites and decent full hookups. We stayed in site P2; easy pull-through site with a fairly level concrete pad for the rig. This is our second trip in our upgrade--a 36' fifth wheel--and it was a quick setup. In this section of the park, there are well-spaced trees, so we didn't have to worry about leaves or needles collecting on top of the slideouts. We were out exploring the city, so we didn't spend much time at the park or check out the facilities. Also, we wanted to stay in Charleston a little longer on Sunday, so we paid a little extra for a late check-out which was great for us. I recommend this park, especially if you plan to explore Charleston, SC and are looking for need a close hub.
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Date of stay: September 2020
Marilyn Tanner wrote a review Sep 2020
Pearson, Georgia23 contributions4 helpful votes
We stay at Oak Planation Campground for 5 days. A nice, clean and friendly campground. We will go back if in that area. The last night there we ate at the food truck Provata Food Truck. Fresh Italian food.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
NCCutie11 wrote a review Sep 2020
Indian Trail, North Carolina35 contributions10 helpful votes
This campground has a lot of pros and cons. It is very clean. The sites are nice. There are campsites in the shade without sewer hookup. It would be nice to have full hookups due to shade. The full hooks don’t offer many lots with shade. Bathhouses are very clean. There is a pool. It is up at the front of the campground by a very busy road. Not a good location for a pool to relax by. This campground is best for parking your camper. Then go to the tourists things Charleston has to offer. I wouldn’t want to hangout in this campground. It is very quiet at night. The best tip is to get reservations as soon as possible. They are not good at putting campers beside the people in the same group. We spoke with others that had this same problem.
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Date of stay: September 2020Trip type: Traveled with friends
AmericanBarby wrote a review Jul 2020
Amsterdam, The Netherlands39 contributions6 helpful votes
We stayed 4 nights in July. The location is decent to tour Charleston and visit the beaches. There are other campsites closer to tourism but they were booked so we landed at Oak Plantation. The pictures posted of the campground are accurate so I am only posting pictures of the bath house and laundry. The campsites are tidy, level and not too small. Most sites have little or no shade. There is a mix of concrete pads and grass sites. The campground was quiet despite the proximity to busy roads. The laundry facility is $1.50 a wash load and 25 cents/ six minutes of the drier which is fair. The laundry facility was pretty dirty. The machines had a lot of dirt and grime in the change trays and the floors and walls had dirt, spider webs etc. The bath house was likely built in the 1960’s. There was barely enough room in front of me to close the door to a toilet stall and I am of average/small build. The toilets and shower stalls were generally clean. The edges of the floors along the walls etc looked like they had not been cleaned in months. The shower stalls were adequate size with a separate space to change clothes. The staff was not particularly friendly. They seem to be on the stricter side with rules. We asked for a shady site and did have a tree on one side but the door side of our unit was in straight sun. We arrived in the late afternoon so We didn’t realize the issue with the sun until we had set up so we didn’t ask to move. We did park our truck overnight at the empty site next to ours because they were open spots. They sought me out while doing laundry and said absolutely no parking at an open site. I told her we were only trying to keep the truck out of morning sun until leaving each day to tour. She said I know. You still can’t park there. Given the three spots next to us were unoccupied the entire time, I thought that was a bit harsh. We only have one pick up truck and a travel-trailer, so it wasn’t an issue of extra equipment. I would stay again but I would look for openings at other campsites first.
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Date of stay: July 2020Trip type: Traveled as a couple
United StatesSouth CarolinaCoastal South CarolinaCharleston
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Frequently Asked Questions about Oaks Plantation Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Oaks Plantation Campground?
Nearby attractions include Southside 17 Bar and Grill (0.2 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Oaks Plantation Campground?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, a pool, and free parking.
Is parking available at Oaks Plantation Campground?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Oaks Plantation Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Angel Oak Restaurant, Gilligan's Seafood Restaurant-Johns Island, and Southside 17 Bar & Grill.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Oaks Plantation Campground?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Oaks Plantation Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Oaks Plantation Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Drayton Hall (4.9 miles), Magnolia Plantation & Gardens (4.9 miles), and Old St. Andrew's Parish Church (4.2 miles).