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Old 02-14-2012, 10:10 AM   #15
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I second the Ocean Lakes Idea. It is a large campground, so take your bikes or you can rent a golf cart at the campground. If you are golfers, there are dozens of golf courses there.
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Old 03-10-2012, 04:23 PM   #16
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My wife and I did our first ever rv trip last october and stayed at oak plantation. We fell in love with the rv lifestyle. Nice place
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James Island County Park in SC has a daily shuttle to Charleston and back. In Charleston,at the visitor center, you can pay for an all-day pass on the trolley system and go all over. Great restaurants, shopping, and history.We love Charleston. Staying at James island gets you into Folly Beach State park for free--it's on the ocean and has great facilities.

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Old 03-12-2012, 08:57 AM   #18
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Hi gilunionhall,
Like bsirby suggested, forget the walking distance to restaurants and entertainment. Consider getting a rental cal from Enterprise. They will come to the CG and deliver the car to you.


Charleston, SC
1. Oak Plantation 843-766-5936
2. The Campground At James Island 843-795-3486
Thank you so much for the whole post, wonderful information that I'm adding to my database.

I am at the Campground At James Island website now, and the phone number was typed incorrectly. It should be:
843-795-4386

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James Island County Park in SC has a daily shuttle to Charleston and back. In Charleston,at the visitor center, you can pay for an all-day pass on the trolley system and go all over. Great restaurants, shopping, and history.We love Charleston. Staying at James island gets you into Folly Beach State park for free--it's on the ocean and has great facilities.
Wonderful!!! Thanks for this
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JSE80 you're making me jealous!!! I love Charleston.
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