SC - South Carolina

THE OAKS AT POINT SOUTH RV PARK, South Carolina

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.

Website: https://thousandtrails.com/south-carolina/the-oaks-at-point-south-rv/

Overview

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 OAKS AT POINT SOUTH RV PARK, Yemassee, South Carolina

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.

THE OAKS AT POINT SOUTH RV PARK, Yemassee, South Carolina

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.

THE OAKS AT POINT SOUTH RV PARK, Yemassee, South Carolina

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).

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