Location: 1292 Campground Rd, Yemassee, South Carolina 29945
Season: Open year round
Number of Sites: 93
Pets: pets welcome
Check in: 1:00 p.m.
Check out: 11:00 a.m.
We arrived at this RV park at 12:48 and we were turned around and told we have to come back at exactly 1:00 p.m. or after. We did as we were told and waited at the intersection to the park until the time struck exactly 1:00 p.m.
The staff here is not very welcoming or friendly. They do seem like working here is a chore and you are a bit of a bother, if you ask them anything at all, which we tried to avoid.
There is a laundry facility at the back of the main office, a swimming pool, which was already closed for the season (although it had water still in it) and a picnic area that is fully netted for bugs and mosquitos, which is really nice.
This RV park in South Carolina is seemingly in the middle of nowhere – there is a KOA park nearby, several hotel chains and a few fast food chains. To get to a grocery store or a bigger town for a Walmart is a bit of a drive. The closest big town is Beaufort, South Carolina, which is about 24 miles away.
I do highly recommend the drive to Beaufort. The town of Beaufort is not only a stunning southern town full of charm, but the food scene there is incredible.
For a full list of what to see and where to eat in Beaufort, head here.
The sites: are very unevenly spaced out and you have no option to choose; the sites are pre-assigned before your arrival. Our site was large for both our 20ft Airstream and our car to park comfortably, while still have a room for a picnic table. On the other hand, our neighbor had to park his car so close to our rig, it was a bit unnerving.
There are also two large ponds at the back of the RV park that allow fishing (although catch & release only). It’s a nice area to walk around, but be aware, there are alligators in the water. Definitely do not swim!
Overall a so-so RV park destination in South Carolina, but worth stopping for a short while (we spent 6 days here).