Nestled in the heart of the Lowcountry, Point South KOA is settled between Historic Savannah, Charleston, Beaufort and Hilton Head. We feature nightly wine tastings (for a minimal fee) from 9 regional wineries and two craft beers on tap including our own "Aria's Ale". We feature the largest pool at Point South, a fishing lake, Kamp K9, coffee house, pizza shop, mining sluice, a great playground for the kids. 62 channels of cable plus password protected high speed wifi at all sites. Family friendly we strive to make your camping experience a GREAT and memorable stay.
No RV No problem... We have Beautiful lodging in Deluxe Cabins rendered in a "Frank Lloyd Wright" feel. All include linens, kitchenettes, bathrooms and plasma televisions. We also have the primitive cabins for the "Lincoln Log" feel where you bring your own linens. They include tv and cable, heating and air with swings on the front porch as well as charcoal grill, seating and fire rings. The restrooms are close by as is the store.
Happy Camping! We look forward to hosting your stay.
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Even The New York Times Travel agrees, Beaufort is the place to see and we agree. Long before 2016, Beaufort has been top rated in the top ten for Quaintest, Prettiest and Best Small Town to visit. Steeped in History, Southern Charm, flora & fauna and a wonderful array of amazing restaurants including fresh, local seafood. Waterfront walks, beautiful beaches, bike paths, and so much more to explore.
"Petite Beaufort has the appeal of a much larger city (restaurants, festivals and art galleries) without giving up its small-town, Low Country charms (bike lanes, walking paths and romantic park benches overlooking the water). ~ Daniel Schaffer The New York Times Travel 2016
The refuge is located on US Highway 17 South, Exit 5 off I-95, Hardeeville. It is located on the site of former rice plantations where relics of the past remain. The 26,500 acre refuge teems with migratory birds and native wildlife. A nature drive winds along the dikes. Free admission and open daily.
Go to the top of Hunting Island Lighthouse for a spectacular view of the Atlantic Ocean and the South Carolina Sea Islands.
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