The Oaks At Point South RV

(28 Reviews)

1292 Campground Rd, Yemassee, SC 29945

877-570-2267

800-388-7788

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GPS: 32.6249, -80.8744

The Oaks At Point South RV is located at 1292 Campground Rd, Yemassee, South Carolina 29945 with a total of 93 campsites. Before your trip to The Oaks At Point South RV, check out website at http://www.thousandtrails.com/south-carolina/the-oaks-at-point-south-rv/ or contact them through 877-570-2267 to know their nightly rates and available discounts.

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32.6249, -80.8744

GPS Info. (Latitude, Longitude) 32.6249, -80.8744

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Overview of The Oaks At Point South RV


Longest RV Reported: 44 feet (Fifth Wheel)

Reported by Cindy & Cristal F on 5.5.2022

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  • Area Guides Avatar JL
    Nice Forested Campground for a Travel Night

    Reviewed 14/2/2022

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 6

    Stayed here for a travel night. Trees and a nearby walking trail around a couple of ponds make this a simple but great spot for a quick trip. Staff was friendly, site nice and level, simple but pleasant stay!

  • Area Guides Avatar US On The Road
    Typical Thousand Trails

    Reviewed 29/11/2021

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    Days stayed: 5

    Reliable three star campground in a great location. Lots of trees and roots to navigate around and black mold in the bathrooms is the down side

  • Area Guides Avatar Zehmgem
    Terrible Experience

    Reviewed 4/11/2021

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 14

    Will not stay here again!We were staying a week and given a site without sewer regardless that it is supposed to be a first come first serve campground and they had over 10 sites open with sewer. They said when we need to dump to drive over to one of the open sites, since they don’t have a separate clean out station, but then return ...moreWill not stay here again!We were staying a week and given a site without sewer regardless that it is supposed to be a first come first serve campground and they had over 10 sites open with sewer. They said when we need to dump to drive over to one of the open sites, since they don’t have a separate clean out station, but then return to our non-sewer site. When we asked if they could just move us to a sewer site we were told that Thousand Trails (TT) requires them to leave 7 sites open for nightly TT travelers. Really?! 7?!One the third day it rained. Our entire site was 3 inches of standing water. We could not leave our MH without getting our feet completely soaked! After complaining many times they finally moved us to another site (with sewer) for our remaining three days. This site seem to be having a power issue and was tripping our shore power off and on. To top it off, when we then looked around for an after hours emergency contact, there was none to be found which they seem to be aware of when we told them. Over the week we left several messages, but never got a return call, other then them calling to tell us another site was available. Poor management, poor site maintenance, just plan poor all around!

  • Area Guides Avatar bfezz
    Cute little park

    Reviewed 21/8/2021

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 83

    Pulled in here for one night on our way up to PA. the assigned me my site. The park is about 85% full from what I can tell. 50 amp 120 volt on each leg. Good water pressure. Sites have sewer. Sites are tight together and dirt. Most of the roads are gravel. Cute little pool. The miniature golf definitely needs some TLC. Staff was very f...morePulled in here for one night on our way up to PA. the assigned me my site. The park is about 85% full from what I can tell. 50 amp 120 volt on each leg. Good water pressure. Sites have sewer. Sites are tight together and dirt. Most of the roads are gravel. Cute little pool. The miniature golf definitely needs some TLC. Staff was very friendly. They have cable hook ups but I didn't use. Sprint FMCA MiFi 50-140 Mbps down, 20-70 Mbps up depending on time of day. Verizon 49.8 Mbps down 11.6 up at the same time I got 140/70 from Sprint.

  • Area Guides Avatar Beehive
    Friendly, easy access, close to Beaufort

    Reviewed 28/7/2021

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    Nightly rate: $1

    Days stayed: 4

    We stayed here for free as part of our Thousand Trails membership. The campsite is right off the highway making it easy to find and convenient to access. Check in was easy, they had our Welcome Package ready and waiting for us. Upon check in we found we were assigned a campsite in the back of the campground. This was good since we ...moreWe stayed here for free as part of our Thousand Trails membership. The campsite is right off the highway making it easy to find and convenient to access. Check in was easy, they had our Welcome Package ready and waiting for us. Upon check in we found we were assigned a campsite in the back of the campground. This was good since we never heard any of the highway noise other reviews mentioned. The site was a little tight and at weird angle to the road making getting in to the site interesting but nothing unmanageable or unpleasant.All hook ups were in working order with the exception of the cable. I found this ironic since the lady at the front desk was pleases to mention our site had cable. Myself and my new neighbor spent about an hour or two trying to get it to work, but nothing seemed to help. The cables were just a spaghetti mess on the ground with no connections. We gave up.Bath house was well maintained and clean. This proved important since we were at the campground during Hurricane Elsa. When she triggered tornadoes in the area at 2am my family and I sought refuge in the bath house. So glad it was clean! Could have been a terrible hour.The pool was closed when we got there, but we found plenty to do in Beaufort which is only 20 min down the road. The National Cemetery is on the way to Beaufort so we took the time to visit my Grand Parents grave. Do stop in Beaufort and do get an ice cream at the ice cream shop, I forget the name, but you can not miss it. It has a line out the door, and it is that good.We found no problems with mud or pot holes after the rain. The roads in the campground held up well. As for internet, I was off work while visiting here so I didn’t need connection but the ATT connection was strong enough to work off of.There are plenty of annuals staying here and they are friendly as can be. They love to chat with transits.We enjoyed our stay and would stop again when passing through.

  • Area Guides Avatar Kiltedbeast
    Pretty area, grouchy staff, wet everything

    Reviewed 26/3/2021

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 36

    The area is beautiful, and there were friendly people there. The front desk people act like you are bothering them, though they are helpful generally.It was rainy, and our site was flooded about half the time. Bugs constantly, be prepared. Their miniature golf course has been neglected to the point that it is not usable...moreThe area is beautiful, and there were friendly people there. The front desk people act like you are bothering them, though they are helpful generally.It was rainy, and our site was flooded about half the time. Bugs constantly, be prepared. Their miniature golf course has been neglected to the point that it is not usable. A pool exists but was closed when we were there.

  • Area Guides Avatar Linven
    Typical Thousand Trails

    Reviewed 15/3/2021

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    Days stayed: 10

    Site number: 58

    We got full hook ups. As is normal throughout the TT system, sites are small, neighbors close, and there are numerous trees. The roads and sites are gravel/mud. There are lots of children and barking dogs. With our membership, we paid nothing. I have no idea what the sites cost for non-members. It is at least an hour to most places you...moreWe got full hook ups. As is normal throughout the TT system, sites are small, neighbors close, and there are numerous trees. The roads and sites are gravel/mud. There are lots of children and barking dogs. With our membership, we paid nothing. I have no idea what the sites cost for non-members. It is at least an hour to most places you will want to see. Beaches, Hilton Head for golf, or Savannah for sight seeing. There are lots of nice restaurants in the towns, but again, a long drive. ATT is spotty although the phone mostly connects, but Verizon seems a bit better on our MiFi. The office/pool area are closed, and that seems to be the extent of the amenities here. Things quiet down pretty nicely at sunset, and the weather has been fantastic. We have not used any "common" areas such as restrooms or laundry here, so I can't speak to that. There is a nice little walking trail that goes around a little pond, and they do allow actual campfires here. And it really is RIGHT OFF 95 and easy to find.

  • Area Guides Avatar RVWanderers
    Shady, quiet campground in the middle of nowhere

    Reviewed 6/1/2021

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    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: 44

    We enjoyed our stay at The Oaks at Point South. There is very little to do nearby; the nearest grocery store is over 20 minutes away. But the park itself is clean and the employees were polite and helpful. The park is very small and there was a lot of coming and going. We visited for two weeks using our Thousand Trails membership i...moreWe enjoyed our stay at The Oaks at Point South. There is very little to do nearby; the nearest grocery store is over 20 minutes away. But the park itself is clean and the employees were polite and helpful. The park is very small and there was a lot of coming and going. We visited for two weeks using our Thousand Trails membership in December. The bathhouses are a bit rustic but they were well cared for. We enjoyed a nice walk daily, enjoying the solitude of the lake. We would return.

  • Area Guides Avatar Stewbachs
    Free Thousand Trails site

    Reviewed 14/12/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 24

    The site is right off the highway and has close access to he GA/SC beaches, close by to Savannah and Charleston. Sites are mostly level and the camp held up well to a lot of rain. There is a nice trail around the lake.

  • Area Guides Avatar Drewhunter33
    A nice, quiet campground close to 95

    Reviewed 5/12/2020

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    Days stayed: 15

    Site number: 11

    Campground Name: The Oaks at Point SouthLocation: Yemassee, SCOverall Campground Rating (1-5): 3Maneuverability*: It was easy getting in our site and around the campground with our trailer, but we couldn’t pull out of our pull-through site due to a tree and had to back out of it.Campground Notes: There is a nice hiking trail ar...moreCampground Name: The Oaks at Point SouthLocation: Yemassee, SCOverall Campground Rating (1-5): 3Maneuverability*: It was easy getting in our site and around the campground with our trailer, but we couldn’t pull out of our pull-through site due to a tree and had to back out of it.Campground Notes: There is a nice hiking trail around the lake. It was a nice, quiet campground even though it is minutes from the highway. Site #: 11Site Rating (1-5): 2Site Notes: Full hook-up pull-through site with a picnic table. Enough room for our trailer with our truck in front. Due to a tree we couldn’t pull through our pull-through spot and had to back out of it.Amenity Rating (1-5): 3Amenity Notes: Cheap, decent laundry ($1.75 for wash, $1.75 for dry). There was a pool but it was closed for the season. Reason for camping here: Proximity to 95 heading South to Florida.Miscellaneous Notes: Lots to do in the area – Beaufort 30 minutes away (Crystal Lake Park, Pigeon Point Park, Henry C. Chambers Waterfront Park), Hilton Head 1 hour (Coligny Beach), Savannah 1.5 hours (Forsythe Park, Fox & Fig Café). Charleston is also 1.5 hours away and we want to check it out next time we are there. Also want to check out Hunting Island.Dates Stayed: 11/15/2020 – 11/30/2020Price Paid: $0, with Thousand Trails membershipWeather: Gorgeous, Highs in the mid-70sVerizon Cell Quality**: Excellent cell quality, averaging 62.8 Mb/s down and 12.5 Mb/s upMail: We did not have anything shipped to this campground* For reference we are pulling a 33’ long Jayco travel trailer with a 2016 F350 Crew Cab Short Bed 4x4 which is 22’ with hitch giving us a total length of 55’. **For reference we have two Google Pixel 2 XL on Verizon ‘Play More” unlimited data plans. For data we have an Inseego 8800L on Verizon’s expired prepaid unlimited hotspot plan. In areas of low signal we use a Netgear 6000450 MIMO antenna. Measurements are taken using the “Multi” test on Speedtest by Ookla.A review by sdplusztravels, a fulltime family of three living on the road in a RV. This review is our opinion and we have not been sponsored or compensated by anyone. Follow us on Instagram (@sdplusztravels) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/SDplusZ/). YouTube coming soon!

  • Area Guides Avatar JW
    They've improved!

    Reviewed 4/12/2020

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    Days stayed: 7

    Site number: 65

    Amazing! It rained hard and the place isn't a swamp for more than a few hours! They've improved the drainage and built up the sites. I am so happy about that!Covid has the amenities curtailed. Short hours for laundry, 10 people max in the club house that holds several times that many.Verizon signal is good, as expected, but...moreAmazing! It rained hard and the place isn't a swamp for more than a few hours! They've improved the drainage and built up the sites. I am so happy about that!Covid has the amenities curtailed. Short hours for laundry, 10 people max in the club house that holds several times that many.Verizon signal is good, as expected, but there's a bandwidth issue now after 5pm. Streaming shows and movies will pause on a regular basis and cache. That's never been an issue before. Covid related? Who knows, but it sucks.Another improvement is the largish dog park near the front of the campground. It is quite new and a welcome addition to the park.I've started being more critical about noise and am trying to be as honest as possible about it. It's close to the highway and if you stand outside you can't help but notice. We live in an RV that's well insulated, has double pane windows, and we lived (literally) a stone's throw from the I-95 / I-64 interchange for 15+ years, so noise doesn't bother us that easily; thus I'm trying to put myself into the shoes of someone who might have some expectation of quiet.The highway sounds are very noticeable an may bother light sleepers or someone with their window open.LP is available at the KOA next door along with decent coffee, wine by the glass, and Hunt Brothers Pizza.The Lucky Duck Distillery sells our favorite chocolate liqueur and the campground is about 50 miles from both Savannah and Charleston.

  • Area Guides Avatar @AdventuresOfRVG
    Quaint Thousand Trails Park

    Reviewed 15/9/2020

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 3

    Stayed using our Thousand Trails membership - one of the smaller Thousand Trails parks that we have stayed at. Sites seemed close together, but staying during COVID there were several empty spots. Sites are shaded with lots of tall trees. Park has a nice outdoor walking trail. Didn't seem like there was much to do outside of the park n...moreStayed using our Thousand Trails membership - one of the smaller Thousand Trails parks that we have stayed at. Sites seemed close together, but staying during COVID there were several empty spots. Sites are shaded with lots of tall trees. Park has a nice outdoor walking trail. Didn't seem like there was much to do outside of the park nearby.

  • Area Guides Avatar LivingOurDreamNow
    Great for an Overnight

    Reviewed 2/4/2020

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    Days stayed: 2

    Site number: 51

    Great overnight stop off I-95 and big rig friendly near Yemassee, SC. Join Melody, Milo, and I as we explore The Oaks at Point South Thousand Trails campground, video uploaded here on Campendium. In addition, I discuss the flexibility of the Thousand Trails Membership. Verizon cellular service clocked in at 84.1 Mbps download speed ...moreGreat overnight stop off I-95 and big rig friendly near Yemassee, SC. Join Melody, Milo, and I as we explore The Oaks at Point South Thousand Trails campground, video uploaded here on Campendium. In addition, I discuss the flexibility of the Thousand Trails Membership. Verizon cellular service clocked in at 84.1 Mbps download speed and 16.4 Mbps upload speed. AT&T cellular service clocked in at 50.1 Mbps download speed and 4.80 Mbps upload speed.

  • Area Guides Avatar sowickesited
    Wet, muddy mess

    Reviewed 12/3/2020

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    Days stayed: 6

    Site number: 81

    We stayed as part of our Thousand Trails membership so we didn't pay for our 6 nights. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer). Level site. Friendly front office.It's "close" to Savannah and Charleston. We drove each day between 30-90 minutes away to explore a new town or beach so we didn't spend much time in the campground. The campgro...moreWe stayed as part of our Thousand Trails membership so we didn't pay for our 6 nights. Full hookups (50amp, water, sewer). Level site. Friendly front office.It's "close" to Savannah and Charleston. We drove each day between 30-90 minutes away to explore a new town or beach so we didn't spend much time in the campground. The campground amenities are pretty sparse, but we didn't really see many cars during the day. Most of the people we talked to were out exploring all day like us.There aren't any grocery stores nearby so you'll want to make sure you stock up when you're out exploring. And gas prices were much higher at the stations near the RV park so get gas when you're out as well.We had no service with our Verizon jetpack in the area but our AT&T phones worked well.We could hear freeway noise during the night, but not enough to keep us awake.It rained the day we arrived and the day before we left, which meant we were sloshing around in water and mud anytime we went outside and tracking sand and mud back into our trailer. We drove next door to the KOA to see if their campground was a flooded mess but it was surprisingly dry. It seemed like they raised up the roads and sites a little bit and used a lot more gravel to help with drainage. If you're going in the wet season, be prepared for a muddy mess at The Oaks campground. There aren't any dry sites. They're all equally muddy. Even walking to the dumpster means you're coming back with wet feet.

  • Area Guides Avatar Joe the Computerguy
    It's called Low Country for a reason

    Reviewed 2/3/2020

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    Days stayed: 15

    Site number: 51

    Stayed for free with my TT membership. I could not get anything in Florida so this was the closest free location I could get. Even with that I had to keep calling reservations to add the days I needed.The employees were nice enough. Beaufort is 30 mins away and the closest Walmart and decent restaurants. Savannah is 30-45 mins away a...moreStayed for free with my TT membership. I could not get anything in Florida so this was the closest free location I could get. Even with that I had to keep calling reservations to add the days I needed.The employees were nice enough. Beaufort is 30 mins away and the closest Walmart and decent restaurants. Savannah is 30-45 mins away also. The really bad about this place is if it even thinks about raining with 30 miles of this place it is like a lake. Water is all over the place and not just puddles. 3-4+" in 75% of the CG. I stayed because I did not have much of a choice for this price point. I would only come back if it was required.ATT was very good. I see others say Verizon was good but I could not get any speed at all .01 DL and 0 on UL and I tried all sorts of extra antennas (but not a booster) I stuck with ATT as it was good. TMobile was also fine.

  • Area Guides Avatar NateBekSelf
    Tight

    Reviewed 29/11/2019

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    Days stayed: 4

    Site number: 27

    The Positives: - staff was good in our experience. - great walk around the lake. - perfect location for day trips to Savannah, Hilton Head and Charleston. The Negatives:- spots are very close together- cell phone signal is hit or miss, worked fine the first day but was non-existent the rest of our stay. - not close to a...moreThe Positives: - staff was good in our experience. - great walk around the lake. - perfect location for day trips to Savannah, Hilton Head and Charleston. The Negatives:- spots are very close together- cell phone signal is hit or miss, worked fine the first day but was non-existent the rest of our stay. - not close to any grocery store, so come prepared.

  • Area Guides Avatar ELarew
    Some Good, Some Bad Things...

    Reviewed 9/11/2019

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    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 40

    Only our second Thousand Trails stay and only less than ten parks total, but probably our least favorite so far. Minus Side:Small individual sites--we have a small trailer, but the bigger rigs here certainly seem packed in. Either way, my neighbors have their picnic table about two feet from our window. The entire place has a 196...moreOnly our second Thousand Trails stay and only less than ten parks total, but probably our least favorite so far. Minus Side:Small individual sites--we have a small trailer, but the bigger rigs here certainly seem packed in. Either way, my neighbors have their picnic table about two feet from our window. The entire place has a 1960s-70s feel as far as amenities go. I'd also echo some comments about mud (though endemic to the area, I think) and iffy reservation system (though perhaps more a TT issue than the campground's). We ran into some folks in a welcome center and we happened to learn they tried to book and, even as TT Elite Members, would have had a $58/night charge--that seems messed up--and the res system told us "No Room at The Inn" for earlier in the week, but it sure seemed to have lots of spaces open when we got here Friday.Plus Side:Hospitable staff, access to cable at no charge (other than a $1 adapter), the convenience of pull-through sites, a nice-enough walking trail, proximity to Savannah/Hilton Head/Charleston, and the rate-inclusion of TT add up to enough that I would stay again if we come back to the area.

  • Area Guides Avatar Riveted Trippers
    It’s ok for a night

    Reviewed 8/11/2019

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    Days stayed: 1

    Too tight for my comfort. It’s not a place I felt I wanted to sit outside and hang by a fire. Wet, looks a little dumpy. I think I’d spend more money and stay closer to Charleston or Savannah. If you’re in the area Carolina Cider Company is pretty awesome!

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    Cozy and quiet

    Reviewed 12/8/2019

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    Days stayed: 14

    Site number: 55

    This seems like a one night stop for most people and is one of the smaller of the Thousand Trail’s locations we’ve stayed at. The pool was nice and cool on hot days and they didn’t mind us working/hanging out in the clubhouse all day to beat the heat. There weren’t any activities while we were there and there isn’t much for younger kid...moreThis seems like a one night stop for most people and is one of the smaller of the Thousand Trail’s locations we’ve stayed at. The pool was nice and cool on hot days and they didn’t mind us working/hanging out in the clubhouse all day to beat the heat. There weren’t any activities while we were there and there isn’t much for younger kids to do but it’s a nice stop on our way back to Florida.WiFi in the clubhouse which is only open until 8 but the WiFi can be reached from out front and the bathrooms. Laundry was $1.75 to wash and $1.50 to dry or they had a clothesline outside to hang everything on. All sites had cable as well.Verizon service wasn’t as good as our T-Mobile at our site but we got things done. The KOA just down the road has a pizza place, coffee shop, and does propane refills.

  • Area Guides Avatar Irina
    A bit tight, but a good location

    Reviewed 30/6/2019

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    Days stayed: 4

    It's a small campground. The sites are quite tight. But the Rec Hall is equipped with a lot of stuff to enjoy, as well as a library and a games/toys collection for children. The location is very good - Savannah and Charleston are very close. Very friendly employees. In my video review I'm showing every corner from Rec Hall to bathhouse...moreIt's a small campground. The sites are quite tight. But the Rec Hall is equipped with a lot of stuff to enjoy, as well as a library and a games/toys collection for children. The location is very good - Savannah and Charleston are very close. Very friendly employees. In my video review I'm showing every corner from Rec Hall to bathhouses. https://youtu.be/lAYXz6VWDDU

  • Area Guides Avatar RambleOn

    Reviewed 4/6/2019

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    Days stayed: 9

    Site number: 62

    An older CG under a vast number of shady trees with fairly spaced out sites. Trees may be difficult to negotiate in some spots, but saw no one having problems moving even the bigger class A's around the grounds. Good FHU connections and Cable. Wifi limited to the clubhouse. Sites are gravel/dirt most were drive through and looked leve...moreAn older CG under a vast number of shady trees with fairly spaced out sites. Trees may be difficult to negotiate in some spots, but saw no one having problems moving even the bigger class A's around the grounds. Good FHU connections and Cable. Wifi limited to the clubhouse. Sites are gravel/dirt most were drive through and looked level. Bathhouses are older and in need of upgrade but were cleaned regularly and were serviceable. Staff were all very friendly and accommodating. Nice trails around lake for walking. Not much to do at Point South but does provide 25 mile access to Beaufort SC and an easy run down to Savannah. Great access off I-95 with negligible highway noise.

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    Nice and surprisingly quiet

    Reviewed 8/2/2019

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    Was told by TT this was booked full (Jan 2019) but showed up anyway because we needed a place to stay. There were several sites open despite TT telling us they were full on the phone. We were put in a nice quiet site the the back. So grateful they had an opening. We enjoyed walking around the pond here. Small towns nearby for visiting ...moreWas told by TT this was booked full (Jan 2019) but showed up anyway because we needed a place to stay. There were several sites open despite TT telling us they were full on the phone. We were put in a nice quiet site the the back. So grateful they had an opening. We enjoyed walking around the pond here. Small towns nearby for visiting historical sites. We also enjoyed downtown Beaufort. Would visit again!

  • Area Guides Avatar PookieAndTheBear
    Two stays, two completely different experiences.

    Reviewed 24/2/2018

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    Days stayed: 5

    We've stayed at The Oaks at Point South twice now. Once in April 2017 and then again in November. Our first stay was MISERABLE. We've got a 38ft Class A and we had the smallest site in the park. The whole place was a swampy mess. It was filled with beat up, messy rigs that looked like they belonged in a landfill. We vowed to never ret...moreWe've stayed at The Oaks at Point South twice now. Once in April 2017 and then again in November. Our first stay was MISERABLE. We've got a 38ft Class A and we had the smallest site in the park. The whole place was a swampy mess. It was filled with beat up, messy rigs that looked like they belonged in a landfill. We vowed to never return... The dilemma we faced in November was that there is a tiny distillery down the street that has AMAZING peanut butter moonshine. We couldn't pass by and not stop to pick up a few bottles. Seriously, it's THAT good. With hesitation, we made our reservation at The Oaks. To our suprise, the park had made some MAJOR changes! Many sites had been filled in with crushed rock, the sites themselves and their occupants had cleaned up, the pool was fixed and overall the park was looking GREAT! We enjoyed the Thanksgiving potluck, the staff was ridiculously friendly and the cell service was excellent for working remote with both Verizon and AT&T. We were really impressed with how hard the staff has worked at The Oaks to make the park more enjoyable for their guests. We would ABSOLUTELY return!!!!

  • Area Guides Avatar 42 On The Road
    All dirt sites and road, friendly staff, nice walking trails, so-so location

    Reviewed 2/1/2018

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    We stayed here on our way South and think the park was just fine. It was all dirt roads and sites and it had rained a few days before - so we had some little bits of mud. I can see how if it rained more or while you were there - it would be a bit of a mess. Some of the sites had a little gravel in them and that helped some, but just be...moreWe stayed here on our way South and think the park was just fine. It was all dirt roads and sites and it had rained a few days before - so we had some little bits of mud. I can see how if it rained more or while you were there - it would be a bit of a mess. Some of the sites had a little gravel in them and that helped some, but just be ready for this.The staff was friendly and the front office had some games, a pool table and free wi-fi in that area that worked quite well.Around the RV park there were some walking trails that went around a small lake and it was a nice place to be to step away from the RV park. This trial is shared by the KOA next door but that was not a problem.We did find that the proximity to the highway cause a bit of road noise at night, but nothing major.We found the location to be okay. When we needed a grocery store we had to go about 20 minutes. We also decided to go to Hilton Head and it took about 1 hour. So if you are planning on going to those places, you might stay closer. But we cannot complain about a free stay with Thousand Trails!

  • Area Guides Avatar Jason & Barb
    A soggy place to park your RV

    Reviewed 9/12/2017

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    Days stayed: 8

    Site number: 58

    We stayed the week at The Oaks at Point South outside of Yemassee, South Carolina, which is inside the national Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. This park has a lot of negative reviews, “This one feels a little sad for some reason.” Thousand Trails parks are usually “resort like” parks with plenty to do, well maintained, chip...moreWe stayed the week at The Oaks at Point South outside of Yemassee, South Carolina, which is inside the national Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Corridor. This park has a lot of negative reviews, “This one feels a little sad for some reason.” Thousand Trails parks are usually “resort like” parks with plenty to do, well maintained, chipper staff that float on clouds around the park. This park is clearly not being maintained to the usual standards of a modern campground, but that may not really be an issue. As long as people come to this park knowing it is a great little place in the woods to park that has electricity that usually works (we had two 10 second power outages, that we know of at least) with good water (didn’t smell like one reviewer stated) and sewer hook ups, it is a good use of the membership. It is only about 45 minutes from here to Hilton Head island and 25 minutes to Beaufort where you can enjoy a quaint little town. The trees and the mud here are the biggest issue, Thousand Trails members often have big rigs and trying to navigate them between the plentiful trunks on basically logging paths is the only real challenge here. There are no over the air TV channels, the cable TV is analog and fuzzy…but yes, we have cable TV here, in our camper, in the woods.

  • Area Guides Avatar DoriandMena
    Small Campground with Friendly Staff

    Reviewed 6/12/2017

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 48

    We checked into The Oaks at Point South RV Thousand Trails. Although the campground is a bit small and the campsites are very close together, the staff was friendly and the bathrooms were clean. They also had a wifi hotspot in the reception area with a very quick connection. We only stayed one night but we had a restful stay and would ...moreWe checked into The Oaks at Point South RV Thousand Trails. Although the campground is a bit small and the campsites are very close together, the staff was friendly and the bathrooms were clean. They also had a wifi hotspot in the reception area with a very quick connection. We only stayed one night but we had a restful stay and would stay here again if we were passing through. The sites are all pull through and the ground is level.

  • Area Guides Avatar Sue n Dave
    Older park but perfectly fine

    Reviewed 16/11/2017

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    Days stayed: 1

    Site number: 28

    Older Thousand Trails Park with not a lot to do in town but visit Lucky Ducky Distellery, Carolina Cider ( darling shop), and in particular the Old Sheldon Church Ruins. Laundry here is nice although we didn’t use it. Sites are level gravel with lots of trees so no satellite but they have cable. WiFi in office only.

  • Area Guides Avatar Geekstreamers
    Camping in Sadness

    Reviewed 19/11/2016

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    Days stayed: 1

    This park is on the smaller side of the Thousand Trails we've stayed at. It's normal for Thousand Trails parks to feel a little past their prime, but we enjoy them for the large spaces and ample walking. This one feels a little sad for some reason. It could just be the time of year, or the thick tree cover that made it feel dark and w...moreThis park is on the smaller side of the Thousand Trails we've stayed at. It's normal for Thousand Trails parks to feel a little past their prime, but we enjoy them for the large spaces and ample walking. This one feels a little sad for some reason. It could just be the time of year, or the thick tree cover that made it feel dark and wet all the time. That said, everyone was perfectly friendly in the park. It is fairly close to I-75 and probably fine for an overnight, but there really isn't anything nearby. We'd recommend coming with your fresh water tank full; the water here had a strange smell and we ended up chlorinating our system to get rid of it after we left.The pool was closed for the season when we were there, and it was full of green water and leaves. We have zero issue staying in parks that accommodate long-term rentals, and we've been to many that have great systems in place for keeping the park orderly and dealing with additional storage for the tenants. This place did not. There were several spaces that had claimed large swaths of the area around them with clutter that wouldn't fit in the sheds they'd set up. There was also someone gutting an old trailer. Cell coverage was okay on T-Mobile and Verizon. Not super fast, but enough that we were able to stream video. Overall, this parks needs some work before we'd consider another stay.

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Verizon 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 12/05/2020

At&t 4G

Confirmed by 6 Users Last Reported 12/14/2020

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