RV Parks in Charleston
It feels like I don't know what to look or yet at RV parks or how to feel them out. I will eventually learn all the ins and outs of the perfect park, but for now, it will be a learning experience. I am going to make myself a checklist so I can remind myself what to look for when I decide to take a luxury vacation from the road and hit an RV park. I know that there are a ton of amenities that you can find and a ton of money that you can pay also for those extra amenities. I am going to list the local parks here in Charleston, not that I'm going to stay at any of them, but at least I can pass on the info I have gathered.
Almost every RV park in Charleston has the basics like picnic tables, a playground, bathrooms, wi-fi/cable, fire rings, dump station, store, showers, tent sites, pull-thru sites, propane, ice, and wood.
Here are the ones that I know about:
1. Lake Aire Campground (843)571--1271
Located at 4375 Highway 162 in Hollywood just off of Highway 17. It is about 15 minutes from downtown with a lake which allows fishing.
2. Oak Plantation (843)766-5936
3540 Savannah Highway south Johns Island 29455 This park has been family
owned for 40 years and does not allow tent camping.
3. James Island County Park (843)795-4386
871 Riverland Drive James Island 29412 The ups of this one is that is located in a county park, it has a boat, kayak, and bike rentals with many trails. It has a dog park, a tidal creek with a dock, and a shuttle service to the town. And a seasonal waterpark.
4. 2 KOA's: Mt.Pleasant (843)849-5177 at 3157 Highway 17 N. 29466
Ladson (843)797-1045 at 9494 US 78 29456
Both have cabins and a lake with fishing, and bike and boat rentals. Both are your
5. Middleton (843)696-3384
4300 Ashley River Rd. 29414 Equestrian camping with many trails and paddocks.
6. There are a few others located a little bit out including:
Short Stay (military)
Lowcountry Famcamp (military)
I hope this was a little information for anyone.