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An average KOA. You get what you pay for I guess. Spaces are tight. Cable is snowy. But WiFi was good at our site. If you are in a trailer the civilian airport nearby isn't that objectionable but the occasional military jet can be loud....More
We traveled down for a long weekend, and we picked the Charleston KOA since it had decent reviews. I should have looked elsewhere... First, we requested a shady spot since we were traveling with dogs, and the spot they put us in was under a...More
Park was about average for a KOA. Sites are gravel, and most have trees. Roads are paved and easy to navigate. Cable is analog and has a poor picture. WiFi is weak at best. There is a small dog park just outside of the park,...More
Staff less than helpful. Pulled off in cart to site ignoring an illegally parked Ram 3500 that caused us to hit the yellow fence on far side scraping the side of our rig and destroyed a TPMS sensor. Even the manager admitted the Ram was...More
Response from Chuck K, Manager at Charleston KOAResponded 25 April 2017
We are sorry that you drove into the yellow safety barrier in your efforts to avoid the Ram. We are always happy to ask someone to move a vehicle, but unfortunately the damage had been done before we were notified. We believed there was ample...More
Hubs and I stayed here from the 14 to the 19 of April while visiting Charleston and Savannah. The weather, thankfully, was amazing so the place was really busy when we checked in. We tent camp, and while this place is really geared towards the...More