As long as you aren't seeking isolation, I would recommend this park. Nestled in beautifully preserved maritime forests, both parks offer hiking trails, nature centers and an extensive schedule of wildlife programs. Dump station is excellent and you have the ability to dump in either direction. South Carolina campgrounds in this area allow easy access to Charleston. When we're back in the area, we'll stay again if we can.
There are plenty of staff on hand and they were helpful. The WiFi works for everyday email and basic surfing. According to the camp host the only site that can not get satellite reception is site 1. And with good reason—the state parks are excellent. Luckily, the camp host while we were there, is a wonderful, caring and very competent host.
We particularly loved the state parks surrounding Shenandoah National Park, which offered a little hookup relief from the strictly boondocking experience the National Park provides. Also, see my pics of the flooded campsite and sewer swash warning sign. Lake lovers can enjoy fishing and boating on area lakes such as Hartwell Lake and Russell Lake. Electric hookups are offered at most parks and campgrounds, although they may only be offered as either 30 or 50-amp hookups. I watched the moon set over the mountains one early morning, and the stars—even just 9 miles from bustling Tucson—were impressive.
The ladies room was clean, but hubby says the men's room was always muddy and he didn't shower there. Their are three levels, and kids can earn a button for each level they complete. Beautiful place to go with the whole family. The friendly folks at Moon Landing stepped up and offered us a spot. That being said, campsites with complete water, sewer and electrical hookups are not impossible to find. Again, you then have to leave for the 5 days before you can camp at those parks again.
Be sure to enter the back gate you the airport if you're driving a big rig. If you have a long 5th wheel, you just have to watch the turns as the trees are a little close - but swing wide and it's ok. Excessive barking of your puppy means your dog might bark for three minutes at the time. The pool was nice, but filled with children all the time even when school should have been in session?!? From the raging rivers like the Salmon and Snake to some of the most untouched, rugged terrain left in the United States, Idaho is a paradise for fisherman seeking solitude to naturalists desperate for one of those few remaining places in the world where the sound of civilization truly cannot be heard. Many sites have place to pull a boat up and tie off. But thanks to Hurricane Florence we evacuated after 2 nights. I want to be positive about Alabama, and so there it is.
They have a small dog park, laundry, recreation hall, swimming pool and more. From whale watching to some pretty flamboyant locals who chose to paint clothing on rather than bother actually wearing any, this corner of the state captured us for its beauty and small town charm alike, though the closest state park is still 40 minutes away. Dogs run loose with no lead and owners don't clean up. She holds a Master of Science in counseling psychology from the University of Albany. Those looking for a more natural setting to camp have two great options on the Grand Strand: Myrtle Beach and Huntington Beach state parks. There are activities such as pool parties, live music, and seasonal events going on all the time — the fun is never ending! Fain Campground is located next to I-26 which makes it a great location for food, shopping, etc.
Bathhouses had plenty of toilets and showers and were kept clean. We met a handful of owners and they were all friendly. You can reserve a campsite by phone or through the Georgia State Parks website. And though that is largely what it is, for those who are interested in looking beyond the typical 75mph non-stop via I-75 to Colorado, there are some sites worth seeing. You can also view several site details during an online site search. Montmorenci Vineyards is known for its tasty wines which you can sample—before heading off to the Walterboro-Colleton area where you can enjoy unique art at the South Carolina Artisan Center.
Another interesting note is that if you make your reservation between November and May for a summer stay, you have to reserve at least four nights. The park and site was very clean and easy to back in and set up. Additionally, each park is supposed to enforce a 30 day max stay per calendar year. Water pressure and electric were fine. The park has the added benefit of several sites…with full hook-ups! The southeast region of South Carolina is the destination choice of campers who want to explore history. We couldn't use the dump station because our fifth wheel was too big and there was no easy way in and out.