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Old 05-17-2012, 08:52 AM   #1
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I'm thinking of going down to Hilton Head South Carolina to a campground called Hilton Head Motorcoach Resort, I'm planing to go there for the 4th of July, as anyone stayed there before? If so how is the place and is there things to do in Hilton Head? I like a nice campground but I also like to go to a place that there is stuff to do outside the campground. Thanks in advance Joe.
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I have driven through that resort and found it nice. It is one of those facilities where you can buy your site, so some are very well landscaped. It is central to all activities on the island. Much of the island is gated communities, so access to the beaches is limited but doable. I like Hilton Head, but it is very crowded in summer.

There is a nice RV resort just as you cross the bridge onto the island. I have stayed there and enjoyed it. It is right on the river. Both could be a bit pricey in season.

A no-frills campground in Hardeeville is placed midway between Savannah and Hilton Head. It offers easy access to both areas at a much lower cost.

You should enjoy your stay.
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Old 05-17-2012, 10:57 AM   #3
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I stay at the motor coach resort once a year it's a great place very clean and nicely taken care of. They do have some rules the three I remember are no awning lights no hanging clothes out and don't run over the grass lol. We don't have to worry about the lights because we don't have any and we use the drier to dry our clothes.
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Old 05-17-2012, 01:10 PM   #4
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We were at HH three weeks ago. We stayed at the Hilton Head RV and Marina. VERY PLEASED

When you sign in (reservations are a must in summer), they give you a map of the sites and the golf cart keys. Go pick your site. Sites with a cone are taken. Pick two just in case the others that are looking have also picked your site. Two pools, tennis courts, playground and a grill / bar over looking the water.

The site are privately owned and it shows in the appearance . Some have a waterfall, some a dining area with nice furniture and grills and some are concrete slabs. Trash is picked up all day long and the sites are cleaned and manicured by the staff. Some sites are shady, but all have trees (palms) and buffer areas.


Now on the other hand, we toured the motorcoach resort. It is in the center of the tourist traps and small business. There are five areas and probably close to 500 campsites. Large pool and tennis courts, but very shady which may not be a bad thing in July. Prices are the same give or take a few bucks. Never have I seen so many Prevost and high dollar MH in one location.

Either choice you will be Ok.

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That is great I always like to ask before I book something it makes it a lot easyer to make the decision. Thanks to all of you. Joe
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I have stayed at both and thoroughly enjoyed them. The main difference from my point is the Marina one is on the outskirts of HH and you need a car to go anywhere, while the Motorhome one is in the center of HH and you can walk,or bike to the beach and shopping.
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I stayed in HH this past Feb. Stayed at Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort & Marina. Very nice, pleasant stay. I would go back.
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