Stayed here for most of the week (beach campground) in a pull-behind trailer with 5 kids. Our campsite was against the marsh, which was great, as the kids could walk out on in it at low tide. And it was only a very short walk to the beach. If you go, make sure to make the trek all the way to the North end of the island, and walk back in and along the tidal creek and mudflats at both high and low tide. Easy drive into town. The bath-house is a little bit weathered, but perfectly serviceable. The only warning I'd give has to do with the roads. There's a main road along the marsh side (and which loops up at the North end). It's plenty big enough for whatever you're driving. There's also a loop just to the east of this that services a row of sites along the back of the dunes. This road winds between lots of trees, and is only suitable for smaller campers. There's no signage to tell you this, though, so you really need to do a recon beforehand if you're going to get off of the main strip.
- Also Known As:
- Edisto Beach State Park Campground Hotel Edisto Island