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Old 01-06-2007, 03:09 PM   #1
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Has any buddy stayed at this rv resort we have finaly got a class A and wanted to serprise my wife on our 22 year anaversy and stay there around the end of March . We are planning a week and are FMC members so we would get a discount. We have never stayed in one of these parks . Are the people nice our will they look down on our 32 ft entry level winnie . Thanks for this great site
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Has any buddy stayed at this rv resort we have finaly got a class A and wanted to serprise my wife on our 22 year anaversy and stay there around the end of March . We are planning a week and are FMC members so we would get a discount. We have never stayed in one of these parks . Are the people nice our will they look down on our 32 ft entry level winnie . Thanks for this great site
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Old 01-06-2007, 03:36 PM   #3
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We stayed there many years ago when we had motorhomes; nice CG. They only "bothered" us one time to sit in on one of their sales pitches. No high pressure at all, this was around 1992+/-
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Old 01-06-2007, 04:23 PM   #4
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I agree with Rod, it's a nice place, a very nice place. I don't know if you have been to Hilton Head before, but it is expensive. We've been there twice. We almost purchased a lot. But, since I already have a beach where I live, I don't need another beach place. Every OR CG I've been to has been very well run. As long as your coach is clean and well maintained there should be no problem. Personally, I prefer Charleston or Myrtle Beach, SC. There is more to do and the CG choices are more plentiful.
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There are two ORA resorts in Hilton Head. One is an RV/Marina Resort and the other is the Motorhome Resort. http://www.hiltonheadmotorcoachresort.com/. We stay at the Motorhome Resort every year and just love it. The daily rate is pricey, but personally I don't know of a better park. If you cycle, you are about 10 minutes from the beach and you can cycle for miles on the sand. Since the resort is fully owned by RVers there is no pressure to buy. There are lots for sale as seen on the web site, but check out the bulletin board in the club house for some more reasonable offerings.

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Old 01-10-2007, 04:32 PM   #6
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It's a common miss conception that the Hilton Head Harbor RV and Marina ia an ORA; it's not. However, it receives great reviews from visitors and has on the property a wonderful restaurant called the Sunset Grille; one of the best on the Island. The park is located just a mile or so off the bridge on 278 as you come on to Island on left hand side. Resrvation required at the Sunset Grille as it seats only 45 people.

The ORA Hilton Head RV Resort and Yacht Club is closer in to downtown (about a mile) and your rig should be fine. The streets are narrow and tough to get a big rig into. You should fit very well if you decide to go there. It too has many positive attributes. Pricey.
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Old 01-11-2007, 05:49 AM   #7
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Morning, we stayed there in our 32 ft. Winny and did not feel "looked down on". We were there a week and had a great time and will go back. We did a lot of biking. Rented bikes just outside the park and not expensive. Now we carry our own bikes. You will like it.
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It's a nice park, lots of trees, not real satellite friendly. There are some nice large lots, one of which I was lucky enough to get last time. Like many places you may meet people that think they are above others, and that's whether you have a 28' coach or a Prevost. If you meet them just tell them to Bite You. Most are no problem.
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We own a lot at the ORA on Hilton Head. It's so convenient to shops, restaurant, bars and the beach. It's alos a lovely location. We have a beautiful live oak on our lot. The club house and pool are nice and you can easily bike to the beach.

There are hundreds of sites that will take a 45 foot 4 slide rig and many that won't. We have a 45 Essex and fit with no problem. My DW's uncle joined us at the ORA last year with a 22 footer and nobody looked down or sideways at them. Don't worry you'll be welcomed.
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We stayed at the Hilton Head Motor Coach Resort last summer to attend my son's wedding on the beach. We have a 1996 Thor Residency 38' and had no problem - one of the permanent residents is "Cappy the Clown" a young lady who makes her living being a clown for parties or whatever. She has a 24' class C and owns her own lot. DW thought it was the best place we have ever stayed - beautiful landscaping, quiet, great pool and close to everything. Lake front lot ran about $50.00 - great place.
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Stayed at Outdoor World In Hilton Head last April. Very nice place, lots of trees (they have cable TV), great pool / hot tub, and snack bar by the pool. One of the nicest RV resorts we have stayed in! Bring your bikes, there are miles & miles of bike trails on Hilton Head. There is very little access to the ocean though.
When you choose an RV site, I would NOT suggest any site near the pool or tennis courts. The landscapers are blowing leaves off the pool & courts every morning at 7:00 A.M.!!!
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