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Old 11-11-2011, 05:52 PM   #1
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should I or shouldn't I

Thinking about visiting Savannah Oaks in my HR class a 28rb. Never been there - any help appreciated.

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Stayed there about two years ago on the way to Florida. Campground was nothing special -- at all -- but the people were friendly, and it was a reasonably good location for sightseeing around the area. We were in a 37' Georgetown Class A at the time, and had no trouble moving through the campground or parking.

Enjoy Savannah, and check out Tybee Island while you're there!

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We stayed there as well. It was clean and quiet for the most part. The only reason we decided to stay there was the fact that they offered a free shuttle service between the campground and town. We did not have a toad with us at the time so it was worry free to have the shuttle there.
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We prefer Skidaway Island State Park. Big sites and 50 amps. No sewage but handy dump station.
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We were there in October and stayed at Rivers End on Tybee Island. Real nice campground, people were great. Great location. Great Rates. Also try Bernie's for great place to eat.
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x2 Skidaway Island State Park. We were there 2 weeks ago.
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We were there in October and stayed at Rivers End on Tybee Island. Real nice campground, people were great. Great location. Great Rates. Also try Bernie's for great place to eat.
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x2 on Rivers End! Stayed there for a week in March of this year and had a great time. Also try Spanky's on the beach for some very good comfort food!

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