Hardeeville RV-Thomas' Parks and Sites
Park Features & Amenities
Pull Through Sites:
Full Hookup Sites:
Credit Cards Accepted: NA
Utilities & Amenities
Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps, 15 Amps
Lady owner very unfriendly and seems arrogant.
We stayed here for 4 nights on Passport America @ $25 a night. The price and proximity to Savannah were the best things about the park. The lady who I made the reservation with ask me to make sure to call if I was going to cancel since this is not a very busy time of year for her. Well when we arrived on Christmas Day, she came over, since she just lives in the house adjacent to the park and took the cash, told me what site we would be on and when I ask about another site farther away from the very busy road, she said there were not any other sites available, but there were, maybe they were reserved by snow birds but she could have said that. The site was decent, on the end of the row. A couple of other campers offered to assist us with things to help us get set up. Which I find that most RV/Motor coach campers are great, always willing to lend a hand. I have also found all of the other RV Park/Campgrounds we have visited, the
owner(s) were also that great, friendly, helpful and appreciative of you staying at their facility. I felt no friendliness from the lady who owned this park. She sat on a ATV like a Queen on her throne, while a man who at least smiled and waved when he passed, drove around the park. As far at the WiFi, we were very close to the office and my husband also saw a repeater close to our site, but the WiFi was not good at all. It would fade in and out the whole time I used it. No bathhouse or restrooms on the property, which I didn't need but the regular rate was so high, you would think they would at least have that. We carried firewood with us because it was said on their web page they have fire rings, but we had none, so we had to carry our firewood back home with us. Due to the attitude of the lady who owned this park, I won't stay there again. It is mostly level and some trees but make sure you are paying full price because if you are using a discount, you won't get a good site or shade.
We stayed for a couple months. It was a nice park but there is a very busy road at the front of the park and road noise is an issue. No amenities other than a laundry room.
Stayed 2 night on Passport America rate. This was our first time hooking up out new (used) trailer and the owner helped us as it was dark. Park is basic with no shower/ toilet facilities so we survived on very short showers in the trailer. Park was quiet and hook ups were easy and well place on the pull through site we were given. We were back in the woods so it was quiet with no road noise at all.
We spent the day on Tybee island at the beach which was beautiful for the Sunday before Thanksgiving.
The drawback for us as we were traveling from Virginia to Florida was that this campground was a ways off 95 which was not convenient after a long day of driving.
We may stay here again or just try the park on Tybee Island
nice campground but found owners a bit different. He was very helpful but she seem unfriendly and ungrateful for our stay. Will stay in Savannah, GA or nearest rv park.
Enjoyed the stay
camped here in a 37 foot motorhome and pulled into site 327 and didn't even need to level. Great wifi and cable tv included. Used Passport America and stayed 2 nights.
Great inexpensive park
We stayed here for our first trip with our 5th wheel. It was convenient to Savannah, GA. We stayed at site #333, a pull through. WiFi was faster than AT&T or Verizon wireless. Wasn't expecting cable, but it was there and was clear. We use Passport America and got the discounted $20 per night. We were here from 11/23/2010 thru 11/27/2010.
The manager was very nice and very helpful. With us being first timers, he made sure that we were fully level and hooked up properly before leaving.
We will definitely be staying there again the next time we are in Savannah, GA or passing through to Florida.
I had investigated every park in the surrounding area of Savannah and settled on Hardeeville for a few reasons. Most parks were around $300/month, so that was not the biggest deciding factor, but it was disheartening to see that most of the parks were not going to be ideal. The Savannah KOA had a very rude staff and the sites were packed in very close together. Tybee Island was twice as expensive and an unpleasant half hour drive out of town (when the traffic was good). Other parks were either trashy or wouldn't allow my dog because he was too big. Hardeeville was spacious and shady, with grass and large trees. Len, the owner was always very friendly and helpful. The park was just a pleasant 10 minute drive into historic Savannah, and there was very little traffic to fight on the Talmadge bridge. I wanted to spend most of my time in Savannah, so the proximity was ideal. The only drawback to this park was that it was on a fairly busy road, and there wasn't a gate or enough foliage to give a sense of security or privacy from the traffic. There were complaints that the night club across the street pumped out loud music and throbbing bass on the weekends, but I hardly heard it. In fact, they were rarely open. Most guests here are long-termers, but i'd recommend it for anybody interested in being close to Savannah for any length of time. There is also laundry on-site. Wi-fi worked well at my site and cable was nice to have.