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Related Articles Beachfront Campgrounds in Charleston, SC Campgrounds Near Tybee, GA Georgia State Parks Along the Georgia Coast Oceanfront Campgrounds in Georgia Savannah, Georgia, has seen a dramatic rise in tourism over the years, partly by leveraging its diverse wildlife and pristine soft sand beaches to attract nature lovers and recreationists from all over. In particular, a number of campgrounds in and around the greater Savannah metropolitan area offer waterfront RV and tent sites for those seeking refuge from the stilted confines of a traditional hotel room. Here, outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy countless activities, from hiking and biking to swimming and fishing, all just a few feet from their living quarters. Visitors can choose from more than 100 individual sites and are provided access to a swimming pool, game room, two bathhouses, coin operated laundry facilities, a general store and a free Internet suite open during regular office hours. Primitive tent sites are available on a first come/first served basis, while RV sites with water, sewage, cable TV and electrical hook ups can be booked in advance by the night, week or month. Discounts are available for AAA members, military personnel and government employees. Also, pets are prohibited in the tent sites. The park’s well maintained campground boasts 87 RV, tent and trailer sites spread across 588 acres of live oaks and Spanish moss. In addition, a group of 10 or more can reserve their own private “pioneer campground” and utilize any of five open air picnic shelters ideal for parties, retreats and family reunions. Four miles of walking trails wind through wildlife rich salt marshes and maritime woodlands, eventually leading to an observation tower and boardwalk, while a nearby interpretive center features reference books,
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a reptile room and a 20 foot giant ground sloth replica. All guests have access to a nearby fishing pier, 10 miles of public beach and the Clam Creek Picnic Area. They can also make use of on site amenities like free Wi Fi access, a bicycle rental and a general store selling camping supplies and sundries. Monthly rates are available October through March only. Also, rates increase during warm weather holiday weekends like Memorial Day, Labor Day and 4th of July. Nearby attractions include the Georgia Sea Turtle Center, Summer Waves Waterpark, an equestrian center and more than 20 miles of fully paved bike trails. The campground is tucked away at the northern end of the park, offering a slew of RV and tent sites along the beach all year round. Each RV site has water and electrical hook ups, while some also have private picnic tables and can accommodate rigs up to 40 feet in length. Facilities include a modest convenience store, pay phones, restrooms, sheltered picnic areas, fire rings, two RV dumping stations and hot showers with adjacent dressing rooms. Stays can range from a minimum of two nights to a maximum of 14. Leashed pets are permitted. He is a consummate foodie, loves to travel and has run several businesses, all of which influence his work. He also holds a Master of Fine Arts degree from UCLA.

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