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Old 11-29-2011, 06:05 PM   #1
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what about Savannah Oaks

Thinking of moving south for a while. Anyone been there (Ga) How about Redgate?
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We have stayed at both.. Savannah Oaks is heavily wooded and is hard to maneuver in. Redgate is basically a big field with hookups, they do have a few upscale sites... We like Hardeeville RV, there are lotsa written rules but no police to enforce them ....but we found it friendly, safe and convenient to Savannah.. Peace and Safe Travels.... D
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Old 11-29-2011, 09:27 PM   #3
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We stayed at Savannah Oaks. We did like it. I believe we were there for 2 nights. 34' MH. It wasn't to bad to maneuver but we did not have our toad with us either. But that is the main reason why we picked Savannah Oaks, they offer a shuttle service to and from town. It rained the entire time we were there so we stayed in the MH while at the CG. Overall we liked it and would stay again.
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Stayed at Savannah oaks for five days a couple years ago. As said is heavy woods and tight to back (38 fiver). Was april and rained last couple days. This is also a fishing camp and right on the river. skeeters are king sized. River was rising the day i left and was within a couple feet of over flowing into camp sites. (don't know if it got that high or not). That said I will look for another campground to stay in the area in the future.
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Old 11-30-2011, 09:26 AM   #5
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In October, some years ago, we stayed at Savannah Oaks. I'd give it a "Fair" rating.
During our stay we found out why it's named Savannah Oaks! Boy!! Were the squirrels busy!! Every time an acorn hit the roof it sounded like a gunshot.
Up 'til that time, we never really thought about the name.

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We just spent a week at Skidaway Island near Savannah. It is a beautiful state park. Some sites are very wooded some not. No problem getting my 36' rig in or out.
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