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Fifth-Wheel

Larger trailers that attach to towing vehicles with a gooseneck extension in the truck bed.

Toy Hauler

Living quarters in the front with dedicated space for hauling motorcycles or other “toys” in the back.

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Class C

Popular with small families and first-time RV drivers who want a little more room than a van. Comparable to driving a truck.

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Class B

A formal-sounding name for camper van, but just as photogenic.

Class A

Drivers should be comfortable driving bus-sized vehicles and dealing with parking limitations. Great for delivery.

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Situated near Savannah, Georgia, is where you will find Skidaway Island State Park. The park is located next to Skidaway Narrows and has beautiful coastal views of the Atlantic Ocean. This state park is also particularly known for its incredible collection of oaks, cabbage palmettos, Spanish moss, and salt marshes.

Besides its beautiful natural landscape, it’s home to a variety of wildlife, including eagles, fiddler crabs, and raccoons. This 588-acre park is also very ADA-accessible, providing many trails and other amenities that cater to everyone's needs.

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Getting Outdoors

When visiting the park, guests will find a variety of things to do. Birdwatching is a popular option. The park is part of Georgia’s Colonial Coast Birding Trail which is home to over 300 species of birds, including hummingbirds, wood storks, and egrets. There are various observation decks throughout the park where birdwatchers can get better views of their nests.

Hiking is also another activity to consider doing. The park offers both paved and unpaved trails for visitors to trek down, all of which offer various landscapes to view. One trail to try out is the Sandpiper Trail. This one-mile loop trail will take you by island hammocks, tidal creeks, and even a 1930s liquor still site. This trail is ADA-accessible. Another option is the Big Ferry Trail, which runs about three miles long. Ideal for hiking and bicycling, this trail is home to many unique sites, including shell middens, alligator ponds, and a freshwater slough.

You could also try geocaching while here. The park has a few caches hidden around it, many of which contain cool trinkets inside for treasure hunters to keep. Many of the caches can only be found or opened by using information about the park making this activity a very interesting and informative adventure. Keep in mind though that you do need to provide your own GPS.

Camping at Skidaway Island State Park

Campers can book an RV in Chatham County by making a reservation ahead of time. The campground offers 87 motorhome sites. These include amenities such as electric, playgrounds, a picnic shelter, and WiFi, although this is only available inside the park office.

Pets are allowed at the campground, but there are a few rules you’ll need to follow if you decide to bring them, such as making sure they stay on a leash at all times. There is a fee to stay at the park, although a ParkPass can be purchased.

Exploring the Area

There are numerous destinations to take your camper rental to when staying at Skidaway Island State Park. A short drive away in Savannah is the Wormsloe Historic Site. Also called Wormsloe Plantation, this structure was built in 1739 and is considered to be one of the oldest standing structures in the city. While here, guests will learn more about colonial history by viewing exhibits, taking tours, or talking with interpreters. The site also has a nature trail that winds through ancient oak trees covered with Spanish moss. Admission is required to enter.

While in Savannah, take your camper rental to the Telfair Museum. Created in 1886, the structure is believed to be one of the oldest art museums in the South. You’ll discover numerous exhibits to view inside, including those that highlight local history and culture. It also has collections of European and modern art. The museum is composed of three different buildings which house their own collections so you’ll have plenty of things to see and do while here.

Another site to take your travel trailer rental to is the Tybee Island Marine Science Center in Tybee Island. This museum works to help tell visitors of the local ecology. It offers hikes through the beaches and marshes as well as a floating classroom for dolphin encounters. The museum has talks on various aspects of marine biology, including the life of sea turtles.

You could also drive your campervan over to Montgomery to visit the Pin Point Heritage Museum. Situated inside an old oyster and crab factory, the museum immerses guests into the local Gullah culture through various means, including talks and exhibits. It also hosts an art festival which highlights pieces that depict life in Georgia’s Low Country.

While in the area you’ll find plenty of gas stations to fill your motorhome’s tank back up at. There are many southern restaurants around, many of which serve local specialties such as fried chicken, okra, fried green tomatoes, and pecan pie. You’ll also find a few farmers markets around as well.

Popular nearby hiking trails and campgrounds


  • Hiking TrailLocation
  • Skidaway Island Trail, GASkidaway Island State Park, GA
  • Moon River at Downing Piers, GASkidaway Island State Park, GA
  • Forsyth Park Trail, GASavannah, GA
  • Magnolia Trail, GARichmond Hill, GA
  • Redbird Creek Trail, GAFort Mcallister State Park, GA
  • Fort Pulaski Trail, GAFort Pulaski National Monument, GA
  • Fort Pulaski, GAFort Pulaski National Monument, GA
  • Tom Triplett Trail, GAPooler, GA
  • Beech Hill Trail, SCHardeeville, SC
  • Savannah National Wildlife Refuge, SCHardeeville, SC

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