|In Season||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2014||$39.00 - $44.00|
|Daily||$40.00 - $40.00|
A number of sites are pull throughs, many on sand or gravel. Overhang trees are nice but many rv roofs are green from shading or moss. Sites are approximately 20 ft. wide. Low area, mosquito season could be troubling.
A little appears a little older but we'll maintaned. Very peaceful and great staff. Loved the river side board walk. Lowest fuel prices in area was a plus.
Park location convenient to highway for easy on/off. Was not overly impressed with the place. Dumped tanks before I left, thankfully not full. Black drained, then went to dump first grey tank and pipe started backing up. My adapter was screwed to their fitting but their fitting not glued so pressure started lifting fitting off pipe. Thankfully, I was able to close valve so water would not drain so quickly. Didnt drain second grey tank as I did'nt want to wait for a long time. Would I stay there again, probably not.
Savannah Oaks Campground offers 24 acres of magnificent oaks draped with Spanish moss on the Ogeechee River, crowded with red breast, bream, bass, catfish, shad and other game fish, located only 20 minutes from historic Savannah. Located near Savannah Mall, the campground is an excellent base camp for one-day trips to the Okefenokee Swamp, Brunswick and the Golden Isles of St. Simons, Jekyll and Sea Islands. There is also Ford Frederica, Midway Colonial Museum and other neighboring attractions as well. Savannah itself is the oldest planned city in the United States and the country's largest urban national historic site, offering many points of interest and incredible beauty.