|RV Sites||Jan 1 - Dec 31, 2015||$44.00 - $99.00|
I really don't understand the 5 star reviews that are posted here. It is literally the most cramped in campground I have ever stayed. You are packed in like sardines. It does not feel like camping, it is just a place to sleep so you can enjoy all that Tybee Island has to offer. The people next to us had to put their table almost touching our camper just to be able to set out 4 chairs. Fortunately we do not have slide outs. We arrived on a Sunday and MANY kids were riding through the campground screaming, and yelling for hours. I did see a mom walking around with a wine glass in her hand yelling for her kids. I love kids but this was more than playing. It was so intrusive that staff should have taken control of the situation but did not. The next couple of days were much quieter, however. Staff is very friendly and it is very clean. It is the only campground on the island so there are no other options and is very over priced. We had full hook up and spotty wifi for $78 a night. We did move to a "premium site" that was not quite as crowded in but still very close for $89 a night.
Not a huge park but lots of upside. Two nice restroom/shower facilities each with multiple private rooms. Very nice pool that is gated. Wi fi worked great. Little store in office for camper supplies, snacks or souvenirs. Ocean Beach is 3 blocks one way while savannah river inlet beach is 2 blocks another way. Seen dolphins every time at the inlet beach. We will be back!
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.