The Savanh South KOA is in Richmond Hill, which is a small town on the southwestern edge of Savanh. This campground is only a few blocks away from Interstate 95, and when the traffic is light, you can be in downtown Savanh in less than a half-hour. In downtown Savanh, you can enjoy one of the many walking tours offered in the city and see the many sites, including places where notable movies like “Forrest Gump” and “Midnight in the Garden of Good and Evil” were filmed.
Because this site is operated by the KOA, it is one of the premier places to go RV camping in Savanh-Hinesville. It is loaded with amenities and things to do. It has a lake where you and the family can launch nonmotorized boats or do some fishing. The site has even contracted with a couple of area tours to take guests to see various sites in the area.
“Great RV park — nice and quiet. Right off the freeway, so very convenient. Check-in was easy, and the ladies at the front desk were nice. We would stay here again.” – Amy, Google Review
Red Gate Campground & RV Park is located on the southwestern edge of Savanh and accessible to downtown Savanh, which is only a few minutes away. Another one of the top campgrounds in Savanh-Hinesville, Georgia, this site is just down the road from Red Gate Farms, which offers horseback riding lessons and trail rides at a reasoble cost. If you’re looking for something fun that the entire family can do, the park is only a few blocks away from the Get Air Trampoline Park.
Red Gate Campground & RV has much to offer for those who prefer to spend their vacation near their campground. There are several lakes nearby that are stocked with fish, and there are numerous walking and biking trails close by. The clubhouse is a lively place to spend the day or evening; you can enjoy the pool table, card table, big-screen TV and multiple board games. There’s even a book exchange that comes in handy on days when you want to sit in the sun and read a good book.
“What a beautiful RV Park! We have lived in Savanh for many years and never realized what a jewel of a resort Red Gate Campground is. The staff was very nice and helpful. We look forward to our stay with you in a few weeks.” – William, Google Review
Almost due west of Savanh, CreekFire Motor Ranch is only a few blocks away from the Ogeechee River, which offers a plethora of fun activities like swimming, fishing, boating, canoeing, kayaking and picnicking. This site is also near the Coastal Georgia Botanical Gardens at the Historic Bamboo Farm. Your family can enjoy the ormental gardens and visit the pick-your-own-berry fields there.
With family-oriented activities on-site, like weekly ice cream socials and bonfire gatherings, CreekFire Motor Ranch is a great place for making memories. There are live entertainment events held at the park nearly every weekend, and shuttle service is available twice daily to downtown Savanh. If golf is more your speed, Henderson Golf Club offers a challenging 6,700-yard, par-71, 18-hole course that is open to players of all skill levels.
“Can’t say enough good things about this place. They have everything you could possibly need for a relaxing and fun stay. They even have on-site food and entertainment! We can’t wait to go back!” – Jennifer, Google Review
Biltmore Gardens RV Park is one of the oldest campgrounds of its kind and has a history dating back to 1958. It is one of the closest RV campgrounds to Savannah, Georgia and is convenient to everything in the area. Top area attractions in the area such as Forsyth Park, the Juliette Gordon Low Birthplace, and the Savannah Children’s Museum are only a short trolley ride away.
Although the amenities at Biltmore Gardens RV Park are basic, its main benefit is its location. The historic district and shopping centers are less than 6 miles away, and guests of this RV park are close to a lake for boating and fishing. The park features some of the widest sites around, which are ideal for pullouts or patio sets.
“Nice small campground. Not on top of other campers. Full hookups and cable. Close to town. No frills — just basic. Very friendly people running it. Would not hesitate to stay here or recommend.” – Robert, Google Review
Skidaway Island State Park is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise that’s equidistant to Savannah and the Atlantic beaches in Georgia. Several rivers snake their way around the campground, making it an ideal place for swimming, boating, kayaking, canoeing and paddle boating. Skidaway River feeds into both the Vernon River and Wilmington River, both of which lead directly to the Atlantic Ocean.
In addition to all the water-related fun you and your family can have when staying at Skidaway Island State Park, there is Colonial Coast Birding Trail where hundreds of native species of birds can be seen in their natural habitat. The park features three playgrounds and multiple picnic shelters.
“We love it here. Always stop for a few days on our trip to Florida. Nice huge sites and well-maintained with friendly people. Quiet and not bunched together. Savannah is nearby with plenty of places to eat and visit.” – Fred, Google Review
Sitting on the shores of the Ogeechee River, Savannah Oaks RV Resort, which was formerly known as Bellaire Woods Campgrounds, is an ideal location for water lovers. The Morgan Bridge Boat Ramp is only a couple of blocks away and so is the Ogeechee Outpost where you can rent canoes and kayaks. Just down the road in Pooler, you’ll find Fun Zone Amusement and Sports Park, which features a toddler playground, go-karts, miniature golf, arcade games and tasty snacks for the entire family.
When you feel like staying close to your home away from home, you can hang out by the pool, get a workout in at the exercise room or get some exercise with your canine companions at the dog park, which is located next to the playground. Many of the sites are located under tall, shady trees, and fire pits are available for making s’mores.
“We stopped for an overnight, and there was everything we needed. We were escorted to the site to be sure all was well. Transient spots are close but the long-term spots looked spacious.” – Judy, Google Review
Located on beautiful and historic Tybee Island, River’s End Campground and RV Park is one of the few RV parks that are east of Savannah. Located on the tip of Tybee Island, the park offers views of Calibogue Sound and the Atlantic Ocean. Tybee Island was one of the major defensive points held by the Confederacy during the Civil War, and the area is well-represented by historic sites, like Battery Habersham, Fort Screven, the Tybee Island Light Station and Museum and the Fort Pulaski National Monument.
You’re literally steps from the beach and waves when you stay at River’s End Campground & RV Park. The site has its own general store and 24-hour vending where you can get everything from batteries to fire-starting equipment. It is home to Tybee Island’s largest swimming pool and has a lounge with several TVs and board games.
“Beautiful, clean campground. Friendly and accommodating staff. The lady in the office had a person escort us to our spot for our RV and assisted us with backing in. Fellow campers are very nice as well. Peaceful and beautiful place to stay on Tybee Island. Pool is clean and nice. Bathhouses and restrooms are clean and nice. Places to eat and drink, shop, and beach access is within walking distance.” – Tonia, Google Review,
Located in Rincon, Georgia, Whispering Pines RV Park is a few miles north of Savannah close to the South Carolina border. In addition to being only a few miles away from Savannah/Hilton Head International Airport, it is also close to the 29,000-acre Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, which features hiking and biking trails. For a different kind of fun, you are also close to Surf Lagoon Water Park, which has several water-based rides and playgrounds.
Whispering Pines RV Park is located next to a lake that offers catch-and-release fishing. There is also a small pond near the clubhouse and a grilling area near the pavilion. Both the pavilion and clubhouse are available to rent for family gatherings, weddings or other special events.
“Lakeside spots are pretty nice. Bring your own fire ring with a screen if you want a fire. Very friendly staff and campers. 30 minutes from anything you could want in Savannah. Highly recommended.” – Bob, Facebook Review
Townsend, Georgia is located few miles south of Hinesville and about 55 miles southwest of Savannah, close to the state’s famed Atlantic coastline destinations of St. Catherines Island and Sapelo Island. The park itself is located in a quaint location, surrounded by 60 acres of quiet woodlands. It’s also close to a spring-fed lake surrounded by white-sand beaches.
If you aren’t a resident but love to fish, this is the place to go. Situated on the shores of Lake Harmony, anglers can fish in the fully stocked lake for bluegill and bass. Visit nearby Georgia Peach World for fresh produce and Low Country Paintball for some sporting fun.
“This is a well-kept campground with wonderful staff. It is quiet and the sites are nice, some with a view of the lake. We recommend this as a great place to stay!” – Cynthia, Google Review
Hinesville, Georgia, is considered part of the Savannah area, although the city center is about 40 miles from the heart of downtown Savannah. Hinesville offers a small-town feel in a rural setting that is still close to the state’s Atlantic beaches. It is also close to the Fort Stewart United States Army base, making the park’s location ideal for those with loved ones stationed at the base.
In addition to its proximity to Fort Stewart, Happy Campers RV Park is close to shops and stores, like Dollar General, Walmart Supercenter, Ace Hardware and Gibson’s Home Store. Several restaurants are also a short driving distance away. Some of the dining options include Seoul Restaurant, Ole Times Country Buffet, The Gyro Shop, El Cazador Restaurant and several fast-food locations.
“Wonderful park. Wonderful people. The best management anyone could ask for. Quiet and peaceful. I recommend this RV Park over any. The best!” – Lauren, Google Review
There is plenty to do during the day in Savannah and the surrounding area, and the nightlife is usually active as well, especially along River Street. The proximity to Hilton Head Island also offers many attractions, including several world-renowned golf courses and spas. There are many long-term Savannah-Hinesville campgrounds and RV parks nearby, which means you can enjoy the area’s incredible cuisine and Southern hospitality for as long as you want. Whichever Savannah-Hinesville, Georgia campground you choose, you’re sure to have a great time.
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