On our stay in Savannah Georgia, we stayed that the Red Gate Farm Campground. While it is right in the middle of everything, literally next to 516 and close to anything you might need, you would never know it! I felt like we were staying in the country! It was quite, and there are lots of green trees and grass around with lakes to take in.
Red Gate Farm Campground Review Savannah, Georgia
When we first got there, we drove around to take a look at the grounds and saw some peacocks!
Also on the grounds is the Mackey House that is used for events.
The spots are pretty spacious and easy to get into.
The spots circle around a big open area. We would get home, and we could let the kids runs around and tire themselves out!
They have several lakes and ponds on the property and a few RV sites by the water. They have a tetherball and volleyball courts.
They have a clubhouse.
One of the waterfront RV sites.
This ‘barn' had several weddings while we were there.
This property has a lot of history and some buildings remain.
The playground has a great view of the water. (excuse hubby there yelling at the kids to go up the stairs down the slide… parents have nightmares about that rule….)
They have bench swings by the water I loved sitting on! They also have picnic tables there too.
They also have a huge horse pen.
You can see there is plenty to do. They have a pool, horseshoes, farm animals and more.
Inside the office, they have everything you could need to plan your trip. We were also told that the chickens produce lots of eggs and when the collected the eggs they brought them to the office and if you saw eggs you were free to take them. Can't beat that!
Insider tip. Skip the trolley ride that picks up at the park and head to the visitor center and do the Grey Line Trolley and save about $13 a person (check the welcome center for a brochure with a coupon or the state welcome center)!