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Explore The Shores of
Savannah’s Beach

Welcome to River’s End Campground and RV Park

Tybee Island, often referred to as Savannah’s Beach, offers visitors a place for all seasons with sandy beaches, great fishing, and rich history at every turn.

River’s End Campground is a fantastic home base for exploring it all. We’re just a few short blocks from the beach (approx. 1/2 mile) and an easy 15 mile drive to historic downtown Savannah.

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Our Amenities

Tybee Island's Largest Swimming Pool

Budget Friendly Cabin Rentals

Office & Gift Shop

Local Attractions

Tybee Pier & Pavilion

Tybee Lighthouse & Museum

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Guest Reviews

We attended the TCT Rally. This was our first rally and first time at the campground. We had an awesome time. The campground folks were so nice and helpful. The facilities were clean and the sites spacious. Loved,loved,loved it. We are definitely coming back next April for the rally again!

Christy M, Trip Advisor

We come here every year with several members of our family. This year we had 5 camp sites and 19 people. We had a blast as usual. We love this camp ground and plan on coming back again next year.

Family Camping, GuestRated

This was a very nice stay for me and my family. The cabin was clean and just as described. Better than getting a motel due to the fact that you have more privacy. The staff were very friendly and accommodating.

M. Poppell, Trip Advisor

Great Campground! So far a pleasant experience!

Ashley M.

Rivers End is just lovely! Very clean shower areas and public areas are extremely well maintained. The staff is very personable.

Michelle M., Trip Advisor

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Savannah South KOA Holiday

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KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities
Locator Map

Located 18 miles south of Savannah. On I-95 take Exit 87 at Richmond Hill. Turn left at the end of the ramp, Go south 1/2 mile on US 17, Turn left across the median into the KOA.

GPS Coordinates: N 31° 55.261' W 081° 20.380'
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Don't miss Mother Nature's show each night starting at dusk with the ibis, blue herons and egrets gathering on the island trees of our 35 acre lake!

Oh, Savannah! Who hasn't heard about this gracious Southern belle of a city, filled with history and made even more famous by novelists? Set up camp here, then set out to explore Savannah's charming historic district. Ride in a horse-drawn carriage or pick up a walking tour brochure so you can marvel at the more than 1,400 restored buildings. Tybee, Jekyll and Hilton Head islands are all nearby with gorgeous sands, championship golf, deep-sea fishing and other opportunities for fun.

Then return after a busy day of sightseeing to the quiet serenity of Savannah South KOA. Don't miss Mother Nature's show each night starting at dusk with the ibis, blue herons and egrets gathering on the island trees of our 35 acre lake! We have lots of spacious, easy in and out pull-thrus, beautiful, shady back-in spaces on the lakefront, along with rustic one or two room cabins and a lodge situated near our lake, (please, no pets or smoking in cabins or lodge). We also have a sparkling swimming pool too! Bring your poles and tackle because the fish are always biting and no license is required to fish in our lake. There is nothing more relaxing and beautiful than watching our hand raised swans and wide variety of waterfowl. We also have rental boats for your enjoyment.

Check in time is 12 p.m. for RV sites and 3 p.m. for cabins. Check out is 11 a.m. for all sites. Come enjoy everything that Savannah has to offer!

Campground Amenities

  • 50 Max Amp
  • 70' Max Length
  • Wi-Fi
  • Cable TV
  • Pool (4/15 - 11/1)
  • Propane ($)
  • Fishing
  • Firewood ($)
  • Tour Shuttle ($)
  • Dog Park
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What Others Are Saying

We stayed at Lot 14 for 2 nights in October. This lot was a premium site with a fire pit and a deck that overlooked a pond with ~20 swans swimming around each evening around sunset... 10/14/2021

- Y4583LIpaml on Trip Advisor

The staff is SO friendly and helpful! Particular thanks to Gail and Ellen! ❤ Nice tent sites, beautiful views, fantastic wildlife - lots of swans and other shorebirds, cool birds (iningas... 10/12/2021

- EvenNote Emerald on Google

Had a great weekend. Kinda hard to find cabin in the dark. We shined a flashlight up on the cabin to find the numbers cause the map isnt exactly accurate. Nice and clean and had what we needed... 10/11/2021

- Angie Joyce on Google

Very enjoyable even though we were there for only one night - looking forward to staying there again in the future and see some of Savannah’s sights. 10/19/2021

Very nice KOA with level parking areas. Pretty surroundings on the lake with swans and other birds. The facilities are very well managed and clean. Polite staff too! This campground is easy to reach from I-95. There is some road noise though. 10/19/2021

Beautiful campground and very friendly and helpful staff. 10/19/2021

We love this KOA and always try to stay here when we travel. We’ve been here 6 times and more to come. Great staff. 10/19/2021

Very nice KOA. They should stock their store with more items. Also wish we could pick the spot we want. 10/19/2021

My family and I have been here 3 years in a row and already have next year reserved! Love it here! Beautiful grounds. Helpful employees. Well run! 10/18/2021

Love love LOVE this campground!! It's clean, the employees are friendly, and there's a neat community vibe in the campground! We will definitely stay again! 10/18/2021

Quiet, clean 10/18/2021

Really enjoyed the full patio site with BBQ, fire pit, furniture and fenced in area. Grounds were clean and well maintained. Staff very friendly and helpful. 10/18/2021

We have stayed here on 6 occasions and we love it. Lovely lake with beautiful swans. 10/18/2021

I wish the people in site 38 would follow the 10pm quiet time. They were talking so loud I could hear them inside my camper. 10/17/2021

Nice location. Easy in and out. Very nice and friendly staff 10/17/2021

Beautiful, peaceful campground. We enjoyed our stay very much. 10/16/2021

Staff was very helpful and pleasant. Campground was well maintained. This was our first stay at a KOA campground and will stay there again. 10/16/2021

Espectacular lugar,espectacular momentos 10/16/2021

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KOA Holiday

KOA Holiday Campgrounds

Whether you’re exploring the local area or hanging out at the campground, KOA Holidays are an ideal place to relax and play. There’s plenty to do, with amenities and services to make your stay memorable. Plus, you’ll enjoy the outdoor experience with upgraded RV Sites with KOA Patio® and Deluxe Cabins with full baths for camping in comfort. Bring your family, bring your friends, or bring the whole group – there’s plenty of ways to stay and explore.

KOA Holidays Feature:

  • RV Sites with a KOA Patio®
  • Deluxe Cabins with full baths
  • Premium Tent Sites
  • Group meeting facilities

Latest Hot Deal

Big Weekend

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WHEN: May 13-14, 2022

WHAT: Stay Friday night, May 13th at a participating campground, and get Saturday night, May 14th for just $20*.

WHY: The Big Weekend helps raise funds to send kids with cancer to medically-supervised camps all across North America. Kids fighting cancer deserve a chance to attend a summer camp and to just be a kid again. Funds raised from May 14 support the KOA Care Camps Trust which distributes more than $1 million dollars annually to support 125+ Care Camps each year. Learn more at

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Local Area

Touted as one of the 10 best walking cities in America, Savannah is steeped in history and heritage, with more than 1,400 restored structures within a 2.2 square-mile area designated as a National Historic Landmark District. In addition to self-guided walking tours, you can climb aboard a horse-drawn carriage tour, trolley tour or riverboat cruise to see the sights.


Tybee Island is home to the original Tybee Lighthouse dating to 1733, one of the first public structures in the state. The island is fun to explore and its white sand beach is great for watersports of all kinds, with fishing from the pier and deep-sea charters available. Jekyll Island was once the playground of America's millionaires.


This popular area attraction was first built in 1896.


Built in 1848 -1849, Andrew Low was a wealthy cotton merchant of Liverpool and Savannah. This is a mid- century mansion which contains a most notable collection of classical furnishings. Hours: Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday 10:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M. Sunday 12:00 noon to 4:30 P.M. Admissions: $8 for adults $4.50 for children under 12 and for girl scouts Address: 329 Abercorn St. Telephone: (912) 233-6854


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Settle Into the South at These 8 Campgrounds Near Savannah, GA

Georgia’s oldest city is a place of cobblestoned streets, trolleys, and antebellum architecture. But Savannah’s natural beauty is just as much a part of its identity as its man-made attractions—the Spanish moss draped over centuries-old live oaks, the fields that bore the weight of Union and Confederate battles, and the winding Savannah River that once carried wooden pirate ships.

Exploring one of the South’s greatest historical cities doesn’t mean you have to shell out for a boutique bed and breakfast. There are plenty of campgrounds near Savannah, GA where you can get the best of everything: history, wilderness, and that famous Southern charm.

Whether you’re touring the old town or seeking an escape from the city crowds, there are campgrounds near Savannah, GA that will make you feel welcome in the “Hostess City of the South.”

1. Skidaway Island State Park

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Image from The Dyrt camper Jason I.

Just beyond Savannah’s historic district you’ll come across the marshy waters of Skidaway Island State Park. The 588-acre state park contains six miles of hiking trails that wind through maritime forests, ending at a boardwalk that stretches into the salt marsh. You may catch a glimpse of a snowy egret, but keep an eye out for other birds too; this is one of a few campgrounds near Savannah, GA that’s on the Colonial Coast Birding Trail.

Skidaway Island State Park is a favorite for its privacy. Natural growth between campsites in addition to hanging Spanish moss make for a secluded Georgia wilderness getaway.

The campground at Skidaway Island Park has three camper cabins, three pioneer campgrounds, and 87 tent, trailer, and RV sites. The camper cabins are designed for relaxation, with a master bedroom and loft for the kids; bring your own linens, dishes, and utensils. The pioneer campgrounds are reserved for groups of ten or more. Only some of the tent, trailer, and RV sites have sewer hook-ups, so check the plot specifics when making your reservation on the Georgia State Parks website.

“The facilities in this park are also the cleanest and most modern I’ve ever encountered in a campground, and the hot showers were free!! In addition, the rangers were very friendly.”  — The Dyrt camper Ashlee L.

2. Fort McAllister State Park

At Fort McAllister State Park, you’ll be surrounded by giant live oaks that have been around for hundreds of years. Unlike other campgrounds near Savannah, GA, this location is also a historic site—Union General William Tecumseh Sherman was stopped here on his incendiary march to the sea after burning down Atlanta.

Historical reminders are prevalent at Fort McAllister, which features cannons, a hot shot furnace, bulletproof barracks, and a Civil War Museum, among other attractions. Not a history buff? The campsite is also a beautiful part of the Georgia landscape, and sits right on the banks of the Ogeechee River.

Normally there are 67 tent, trailer, and RV sites available for reservation at Fort McAllister’s campground, but at the time of writing, only 41 are available while upgrades to 100 AMP service are underway. The park also offers seven cabins built on stilts for an immersive marsh camping experience. Two backcountry camping sites are accessible via a 1.5 mile hike.

“We try to get to Ft McAllister SP as often as we can. Not too far from Savannah and also close to the other barrier islands. Large, shaded sites, with breezes off the water to keep cool even in summer.”  —  The Dyrt camper Joel R.

3. Red Gate Campground and RV Resort

Looking through trees towards campground horse stables and horses

Image from The Dyrt camper Mary S.

Red Gate Campground is the closest RV park to historic Savannah, with as much authentic old Southern charm of all the campgrounds near Savannah, GA. The campground looks less like a place to park your big rig and more like a sprawling Southern estate, rich in green fields, lakeshores, and live oaks.

Even though it’s only 10 minutes from Savannah, you’d be forgiven for not leaving the pristine setting, especially with the range of activities offered at Red Gate Campground. Campers can saddle up and explore the land by horse, with all instruction and equipment included; prices start at $45 for a 30-minute ride. There are also fishing ponds, a saltwater pool, and a clubhouse on site. The Mackey House is another standout attraction, and wildly popular as a wedding location.

But if you are going to leave, you can schedule a trolley pick-up and head to the city on an Old Town Trolley Tour.

“We sleep here while we explore Savannah and surrounding areas, but it’s also a beautiful campground if you want to spend some time here. If you camp in an area other than the large field out front, it’s like camping on someone’s horse farm.”  — The Dyrt camper Mary S.

4. Sunshine RV Park

Amenities are nice, but they’re aren’t a must-have for all campers. If you’re satisfied with the no-frills outdoors, then Sunshine RV Park is the place for you.

There’s no pool, golf course, or horse trails, but the Sunshine RV park does have 70 full hook-up plots to reserve, and forest-lined Georgia wilderness.  What you don’t get in amenities, you make up for in cost savings and friendly staff. The daily rate here is $45 per night. Plus, it’s only eight miles to Savannah and 30 minutes to the beach—the proximity to the city while also having wilderness access makes this one of the few campgrounds near Savannah, GA that gives campers the best of both worlds.

Be the first on The Dyrt to review this campground near Savannah, GA and share your experience to earn your Pioneer Badge!

5. Little Tybee Island

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Image from The Dyrt camper Rich F.

Little Tybee Island is Savannah’s little camping secret. Because it takes a canoe or kayak trip to get there, it’s usually a good place to avoid the camping crowds. Little Tybee is an uninhabited barrier island, still in its raw wilderness state.

Camping on Little Tybee is free but primitive, with unmarked sites. You can camp anywhere on the island, but pack in enough water and food for your stay, and pack everything out when you leave.

While you’ll be away from humans, you may find company in the ospreys and bald eagles that nest on the island, or catch a glimpse of the Atlantic bottlenose dolphins that somersault near the shore.

These excursions are only recommended for experienced paddlers. And once you’re on the island , you’re truly on your own. Wild raccoons, snakes, and bugs roam about, so be prepared to store your food properly, and consider a hammock so you’re sleeping off the ground.

6. CreekFire Motor Ranch Campground

CreekFire Motor Ranch Campground prides itself on creating a customizable camping experience. On the camping side, there are 103 RV sites, primitive tent sites, and seven cabins. The modern decorated cabins are a unique aspect of the camping experience at CreekFire Motor Ranch. Many are lofted, and some have the classic Southern front porch, perfect for sitting and sipping a glass of sweet tea at sunset. Three of the cabins are pet friendly.

On the resort part of the property, campers can exercise on the bocci, basketball, or tennis/pickleball courts,  lounge poolside in a cabana, or walk the nature trail bordering the lake. Kayaks are also available for rent.

“This campground has a pool, Wi-Fi, gorgeous lake, a trail around the lake, nice level sites, and they pick up your garbage. It’s absolutely picture perfect.”  —  The Dyrt camper Rachel R.

7. Savannah Oaks RV Resort

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Image from The Dyrt camper Tara F.

For RV campers, Savannah Oaks RV Resort has all the ideal amenities of all the campgrounds near Savannah, GA. About 20 miles west of Savannah, this 24-acre RV resort is located right on the Ogeechee River. As the name suggests, the area is covered in stretching oaks that shade the RV sites.

RVers can enjoy free hot showers, bath houses with heating and air conditioning, free wifi, a playground, and boat ramp. Whether you’re pulling a small camper or handling a 5th wheeler, Savannah Oaks RV Resort’s pull-through sites should be able to accommodate you.

Rates are dependent upon whether you’re looking to book full hookup or just water and electric, and whether your stay is during a holiday. If you’re traveling with your canine camper, check with the resort as there are restricted dog breeds on monthly sites.

Give us the rundown on your RV trip to Savannah Oaks RV Resort on The Dyrt and earn your Pioneer Badge for reviewing!

8. River’s End Campground

Maybe you want to sleep on the beach, but you’re not looking for the intense Survivor-style experience of Little Tybee. If so, River’s End Campground is probably more your speed. Located on the main Tybee Island, River’s End Campground is only a half a mile from the beach. It’s also walking (or golf cart) distance from Tybee’s beach getaway amenities and convenience stores.

The island’s largest swimming pool is located at the campground, and even though you’re vacationing on an island, historic downtown Savannah is only a 15-minute drive across the bridge.

This site has full hook-up RV sites that are equipped with 30/50 AMP service, sewer, water, and cable. Other RV sites are suitable for smaller campers, and tent campers can choose between primitive sites or water and electric sites. During peak spring and summer vacation seasons, Tybee Island is a popular destination for visitors looking for fun and campgrounds near Savannah, GA. Make your camping reservations well in advance to secure your spot near Savannah’s beach.

“Tent sites weren’t super clearly demarcated, just kind of a zone on one side of the grounds. There has always been plenty of room (I’ve mostly been there in the summer) and it’s about a 2 minute walk to Tybee lighthouse and beach!”  — The Dyrt camper Kelly M

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    7 Charming Savannah GA Campgrounds

    If you’re searching for the best Savannah GA campgrounds, you’ve come to the right place! We love this old-school town and all of its beautiful architecture.

    Here’s the best thing about Savannah – you can find amazing camping options. From affordable campsites to luxury RV resorts, the city nicknamed “Hostess of the South” is also a wonderful hostess to RVers!

    Each campground we feature will include price, amenity and location info. Additionally, we’ll give each site a unique “Savannah Campgrounds Vibe” score for easy head to head comparison.

    Let’s dive in!

    Savannah GA RV Parks

    Savannah GA RV Parks

    Skidaway Island State Park

    Price: $40 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 14 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: This is a beautiful state park with spacious camping sites and numerous hiking trails. It’s so beloved among campers that its received the “Campers Choice” award from Campendium two years in a row!

    In addition to the 87 camping sites (tents, RVs & trailers), Skidaway Island State Park also offers cabins, picnic shelters, group campsites and a group shelter with 150 seats.

    What’s the Word: Phil on Campendium says, “beautiful, large, level sites, friendly staff. As soon as someone pulled out, the staff came and raked out the sites. Nice hiking trails and close to Savannah, 40 minutes to Tybee Island, and a Publix just around the corner.”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 9.6/10 Best state park in Georgia!

    Red Gate Campground & RV Resort

    Price: $45 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 6 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: Red Gate Campground will give you all the #chillvibes you’re looking for. Located on a hobby farm, the surrounding area is rustic with beautiful scenery. Best of all, you’re only 6 miles from downtown Savannah!

    The amenities at Red Gate include a pool, club house, fishing deck, biking trails, wifi and horseshoe pit.

    What’s the Word: Steve on Campendium says, “Red Gate will be our go-to camping spot for all of our future Savannah visits. It was an easy 5-10 minute drive to the Savannah Visitors Center. The family run farm was clean and had a wonderful staff. It was interesting and beautiful. Our dogs loved the farm animals. The wi-fi was fast and consistently strong.”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 8.7/10 Awesomely unique RV park close to downtown Savannah.

    CreekFire Motor Ranch

    Price: $55 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 16 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: This campground is perfect for RVers who want a luxury camping experience. The resort amenities are our favorite features of CreekFire. Onsite they offer a resort style pool, hot tub, boat rentals, pickleball court, live entertainment, and wifi.

    They do have primitive tent sites, but we recommend the state parks for tenting.

    What’s the Word: Karyn on Campendium says, “This RV park was fantastic! The sites are huge – we had a large pull-through site for our 39’ fifth wheel. The site was level, clean, and easy to get into – there is a good amount of space between each site. The campground was extremely clean; people were very friendly and accepted packages for us while we were there”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 8.2/10 Luxury park with fun amenities!

    Savannah South KOA

    Price: $43 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 22 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: If you like KOA campgrounds, you’ll love this one. Savannah South KOA is a family friendly park with lots of amenities for the kids…not to mention, they’re dog friendly as well!

    On site amenities include a pool, fishing access, a dog park, and wifi.

    Although you’ll be 22 miles south of downtown Savannah at this KOA, it locates you away from the traffic of the city.

    What’s the Word: Sue & Dave on Campendium say, “This is our first KOA experience and was very nice. Spots are gravel and level with some having patios. Tall thin trees with plenty of shade but not in the way for parking. Nice lake for fishing. Swimming pool well maintained as well as laundry room.”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 6.8/10 If you like KOAs, you’ll like this!

    Biltmore RV Park

    Price: $40 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 6.5 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: This mom & pop park isn’t about the frills & luxury of an RV resort, rather its a competitively priced campground quite close to downtown Savannah.

    If you want to explore Savannah and simply need an affordable basecamp, Biltmore RV Park is a good option.

    What’s the Word: Jodee on Campendium says, “The office is in the antique store in front although the sign is low on the wall and easy to miss. Nice staff and helpful with what to see and do in the area.”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 5.8/10 Great park for a camper with the right expectations.

    Camp Lake Jasper RV Resort

    Price: $51 and up

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 21 miles

    Why You’ll Love It: This secluded campground will position you among beautiful surroundings and away from large tourist crowds. Camp Lake Jasper is the perfect combo of “rustic campground” and RV resort. The landscaping is well kept and the sites are on grass.

    Onsite amenities include free wifi, lake front views, community fire pit, resort style swimming pool and fishing dock.

    What’s the Word: Casa on Campendium says, “This is in a great location, just off I-95, but far enough away that we heard zero road noise. The loudest things in the area are a neighbor’s chickens, though they didn’t bother us. No trees for shade. Still, it’s a decent RV park with reasonably-sized spaces”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 7.6/10 Unique campground & very well maintained

    Savannah Trade and Convention Center

    Price: $30

    Miles to Downtown Savannah: 1 mile walk – It’s smack dab in the middle of downtown!

    Why You’ll Love It: Location is everything here! Let us be clear, this isn’t an “RV park”. It’s more like overnight parking. You won’t get the amenities, but you will get walking access to Savannah.

    The price has gone up over the past years, but we still think the value is great!

    What’s the Word: Nick on Campendium says, “They took a 2 night stay for us to dry camp in an ‘open field’ that is directly across the river from downtown and we will be able to take a free ferry across to sightsee. The cost IS $30 a night”

    Savannah GA Campgrounds Vibe: 8.6/10 Worth a try if you’re up for the adventure!

    Trip Routing to Savannah GA Campgrounds

    If you’re traveling with an RV, trip planning to Savannah is essential. Georgia has a few tolls and low hanging bridges. After spending a big amount of money on an RV, you don’t want to run into a low hanging bridge!

    We use RV Trip Wizard to route our cross country trips. With tools like budgeting, fuel planning, and avoiding bridges, we can easily travel safely through the USA.

    You can also avoid steep passes, tolls and tunnels when you select the appropriate filters. Give RV Trip Wizard a try!

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    Savannah Oaks RV Resort
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    Savannah Oaks RV Resort 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 Fort 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.

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    Savannah Oaks RV Resort Amenities Include

    Swimming Pool
    Free Wi-Fi access
    Boat ramp
    Dump station
    Free hot showers
    Heated & air conditioned bath houses
    Shady sites (mostly pull-thru)
    On-site RV repairs
    Store, LP gas, ice, gas, diesel fuel
    Fire pits available for rent

    RV Camping IN Savannah Georgia!

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