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We have been camping for 25 years. Started in a van then went to a Class C motor home. Didn't like it much. Sold it a bought a lightly used 22' Terry TT. Loved it. When our oldest grandson turned 5, he wanted to started going with us. When he grew too long for the settee bed we moved to a 31'BH. When the grandsons stopped wanting to go with us, we moved up to our latest (and last!) rig, a 36' 5'er.
Date of Stay:
July, 2018 -
We made reservation last year for our annual 4th of July vacation. We were so happy that we "stumbled" across Branches of Niagara! We have been camping up and down the east coast and this CG is in our top 3 best. I read someone say it was narrow and had small sites. That wasn't our experience at all. In fact, one of the biggest sites we have ever stayed on (see photo). One of the best aspects of this CG is, they don't have permanent or seasonal campers. Other perks are, the staff is VERY helpful and pleasant, the grounds and buildings are immaculate and the CG is family oriented. They have a big man-made lake that you can canoe or kayak on, sit on a nice sand beach and swim in a roped off swim area. Zip lines, huge sandbox for kids, a large pool and a lazy river, activities center and more. If you're planning to visit the area and camp on the US side, this is the place to go! Here you must dispose of your own trash at any number of very well kept trash receptacles and, there is no cable. The cable is not an issue. We were able to pick up about 45 over-the-air channels! We camped at Branches of Niagara Campground and Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
There is so much to do in the area. Visit the falls from the US side one day, the Canadian side the next. The entire area is loaded with history. Make your plans early and start your days early. This is a HUGE tourist area!
Date of Stay:
June, 2018 -
We stayed here for only a few days. My wife and I in our 5th wheel, and my daughter and her fiancee in her TT. My grandson was graduating Parris Island (about an hour drive away) so we didn't get to spend much time enjoying Hilton Head but, coming back to this little paradise was wonderful. It quite, it's kept up, has 2 great pools and is right on the water. This RV Resort is one of those that the sites are privately owned, so each site is different. Many have outdoor furniture, some have fire pits or grills. It just depends on what the owner puts into it. Some, like the neighbor I had, live there almost on a permanent basis. Unlike other campgrounds were there are "long term" campers, any of the permanents must keep their site up. What a pleasure. The staff is very friendly. They have a nice clean camp store (not a lot of RV stuff). The place is very dog friendly. Sites aren't pre-assigned. They will assign when you come in or, they will let you take a golf cart and drive around the resort and pick your site! We can't wait to go back. Hope to spend 2 weeks there next visit. All this, and it's backdrop is Hilton Head Island!!!! We camped at Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort & Marina in a Fifth Wheel.
Date of Stay:
May, 2018 -
This was our second time staying at Holiday Daytona. We enjoy the ambiance of this campground. The staff is VERY friendly. The camp store is very well stocked. We stayed in a Premium pull-through both times. There turns were very tight. There was no way I could turn without going through grass. Either the truck was going to have to go through the neighbors yard or, the trailer had to go through our yard. I picked they later of the 2 only to find that it had been raining a lot before we arrived and the trailer made some good size ruts in the lawn. Sadly, the weather wasn't cooperative with us the week we were there and with the exception of one day, it rained most of the time and the flooding was terrible. We had a grate next to our sight and it didn't help. You couldn't walk between sites on the grass or you would be in 2-3" of water. We were on the inner most circle. We did notice the sites on the next circle did not have that problem. Breaking don was an issue because the area around the hookups had little grass so I was in mud walking back and forth. Our spirits weren't dampened though nicer weather would have been nice. Certainly not the fault of the property. Just Mother Nature giving some water back! We would stay here (and will) without hesitation. We camped at Encore Sunshine Holiday Daytona RV Resort in a Fifth Wheel.
If you like BBQ, go to The Pig Stand. For casual dining and fun, hit Hooligans. Both are within 1/4 of a mile.
Date of Stay:
June, 2017 -
We have been visiting this CG beginning in 2006 and each time stay for at least five days. It's close to the interstate, yet far enough away that you don't hear it. For the most part, it's a rustic setting with tall pines offering up nice shade (not at all sites). 20 minutes you're in Savannah and another 20, you're on Tybee Island. Spend a day at historic locations nearby then return to an peaceful evening sitting by the water watching beautiful swans, geese, egrets and other birds. Occasionally you might get a glimpse of a small gater! We just left there last week after a 6 day stay and we'll be back again, no doubt..... We camped at Savannah South KOA in a Fifth Wheel.
There is a well stocked Food Lion less than a mile. Just go to Savannah. Breathtaking!