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Posted: 03/23/19 06:27pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

OK---Nice close to city campground for a few days in the spring. 38ft DP with a Smart car toad....Thanks for all suggestions.

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We've stayed at the Mount Pleasant/Charleston KOA a few times over the years. It's a nice park with plenty of big rig sites.

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James Island County Park CG
https://www.ccprc.com/1434/Campground


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amxpress wrote:

James Island County Park CG
https://www.ccprc.com/1434/Campground


I'll second this choice. It is a 12-minute drive to the historic district (a friend was going to College of Charleston) and I made the trek at 5pm every evening to pick him up for dinner. It's close to Folly Beach and they also run a shuttle to the historic district, but those are during peak times.


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Merrykalia wrote:

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James Island County Park CG
https://www.ccprc.com/1434/Campground


I'll second this choice. It is a 12-minute drive to the historic district (a friend was going to College of Charleston) and I made the trek at 5pm every evening to pick him up for dinner. It's close to Folly Beach and they also run a shuttle to the historic district, but those are during peak times.
Stayed there myself. Nice park.


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Second the county park if you can get in when you want to go. Ill be checking out the Mount Plesant KOA on Monday.


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Oak Plantation. Easy to get the rig to and on 17 south.We like the access here better than the park.

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Been to St. James and Oak Plantation many times. Oak is a really decent campground. Well run, large, and friendly. It has been easy to get a spot there, even if we didn't bother to book ahead. It is located within minutes of good stores and restaurants. It is also on a busy highway, can be difficult to pull in and out of, in heavy traffic, and an absolute mess if you are heading in/out of Charleston during peak drive-time.

St. James is awesome. It is in a huge, beautiful, amenity packed county park. There are miles of walking and bike trails, and a ton of other things to do. It is also booked very heavy, and tough to get into without reservations made well in advance. It is much closer to the beach, but pretty remote when it comes to much of anything else.

Both are great places, and very different experiences. Have fun.

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looks like we are going to the KOA

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