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    We visited here for the night sensory hike. It was a great experience for the mere price of $5 per vehicle. The Park Manager, Holly, imparted much interesting information about the history of the park. The tour makes a wonderful family outing, and also works as part of date night.

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    Beautiful park. Spacious camping. Unique wildlife and scenery for hiking. Three great playgrounds for kids!

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    Excellent campground. Very nice sites

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    We came here to try out our new (to us) popup. This park is beautiful! The sites are well kept, the facilities are in great shape, and the staff and hosts do an excellent job of keeping them that way. All of the sites are pull through, so whether you have a behemoth rv or a tent, you’ll fit. The tent pads are raised, so even in a monsoon, you won’t be sitting in water. Most of the sites have plenty of shade, so even a hot summer stay isn’t too bad. The trails are a nice size and an excellent diversion. Now for even better news… Savannah is only 4 miles away.

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    Our stay at Skidaway Island State Park March 18-31, 2012 was amazing. The park is so beautiful! Heavily treed with live oaks dripping with Spanish moss and inhabited by lots of squirrels. The camping slips were large and spread out. There are some slips with 50 amp service and all have water, cable and fire ring; however, none are full hook up. This was our first experience with a dump station. It was centrally located and easy to use. We purchased a honey wagon for this 2 week stay and it offered a lot of convenience for not moving our 40’ motor coach. I had read a few reviews that this campground was not big rig friendly, and I disagree. The roadways were well laid out and nicely maintained. The only thing I would mention is the loop we stayed in (the first loop) did not indicate a direction and frequently rigs came head to head and one would have to back up. We stayed in slip 5. We did not utilize the convenience stations, although we did look at the first two and they were clean but older. They are in the process of building a third convenience station in camping area 4. The trails were great for hiking and biking and in addition, there is a paved path virtually around the entire island. Bring your bug spray and enjoy this outdoor haven.