We loved our stay at Lake Aire RV Park. The park is wooded and quiet. Nice fishing lake, lots of wildlife. We saw wild turkey, plenty of ducks and birds. The staff works hard to make everyone happy, especially the owners Chris and Amber. Security keeps everyone in line and maintenance crew keeps everything nice. The bathrooms are very clean, too.
Could be a nice campground if some work was put into. Every time it rains the whole campsite floods, there's no drainage. Water up to my ankles trying to get into the camper. Had to shoo the ducks out of way to get in the camper. Bathroom and laundry room were clean. Wifi was really good for a campground. Passport America discount is only 10% when you figure all the added fees. Too many permanent residents in beat up campers give the place a bad appearance. A little money into gravel on the daily sites would be a great addition.
This could be a very nice campground. The sites are level. The people are nice. They have a nice pool and a fish pond (catch & release - no license required) with a park bench and several picnic tables so you can watch the ducks, frogs and turtles. BUT...the roads are narrow and not maintained. There are huge potholes that fill up with muddy water when it rains, and there are a lot of permanent and seasonal residents who don't keep their RVs or their sites clean. Not worth the price, even with Passport America. We won't be coming back.
Upon arriving for our one week stay, we learned that the park had been flooded. There was still a lot of mud. The real problem is that the sites are all dirt. If they offered a gravel RV parking spot then getting stuck because of minor flooding could be eliminated. It would also improve the problem of fire ants, which is just something you have to deal with in South Carolina. If you are visiting Charleston it is in a decent location and the price is reasonable. There are some sites that are satellite TV friendly, and in this area they rank better than many RV parks.
Lots of live-ins. Needs a little maintenance. We stayed overnight and felt comfortable. Others have complained about thw traffic in getting there but we didn't really have any problem. The traffic we did run into was for maybe 2/10 of a mile and it was because a train passed through and traffic had to stop. Would stay here again.
Showers hot and clean as are the rest rooms. Very friendly and price is right.
Clean restrooms, super laundry, level sites, good location. Very friendly staff. Many annuals, but very well kept. Would definitely stay here again.
The sites are level, mostly grass with a little gravel. The sites are very close together. You can open your slides and awning, but you are really close to your neighbor. FHU, sufficient water pressure for shower in unit. Picnic table provided. There is a pond for catch and release fishing. No dog yard and no dog breed restrictions. Leash restrictions seem to be adhered to well though. The pool looked nice but it rained our entire weekend here...so we did not use any it. Lots of long timers...but neat. Seemed a bit pricey for this type of park, even with GS discount. Not much else in this area though. We will not come back through this way.
We stayed here for a week while visiting Charleston. It is a easy place to get into and the sites are Level. There is no cable so we had to use the antenna but several channels came in. It is kinda off the beaten path. You are about 25 minutes from downtown Charleston. Water pressure was good and they had 30 amp and 50 amp service at our site.
Absolutely beautiful campground! We were very sad to only be stopping through for one night. Far off the road inside the woods, clean, and very quiet! Would absolutely stay again!
We stayed a week in mid-March. It s a nice campground nestled in the woods, easy to get to. As well only 15 minutes from shopping and 30 minutes from Charleston. Our site was crushed gravel and mostly level. FHU s were older, but fine. Didn t use the Wi-Fi because our T-Mobile signal and hot spot were good. Some trees around you but you should be fine for satellite reception. Lots of birds chirping which is nice and a little pond with ducks. There are freight trains that blow their horns all day (about 20 trains a day) and early in the morning too, and it s loud! The sites also have a fire ring and a picnic table, and you are pretty close to your neighbor. But the amenities were all new and in good shape. There did seem to be several people around me that were living there, as they left each day for work. But the campers were in pretty good shape. Laundry and pool amenities were fine. So all-in-all this is a nice campground and I would stay again.
Very nice, ver clean, nice easy drive though hookups...great overnighted or longer if your seeing the sights in the area...only one drawback for us Floridians...not much shade but if your in the area on business and the heat isnt a problem for you this is a great spot...