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awesome escape

Beautiful park, we went on a kayaking trip from here and it was refreshing to get out of the city... read more

Reviewed 4 days ago
Jaime L
Big Ferry trail enjoyable

We would have liked to explore more of the trails in this park but the Big Ferry trail was very... read more

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Reviewed August 15, 2018

We were very lucky to secure campsites for the July 4th holiday at this lovely campground. They have campsites to suit all kinds of travelers. The bathrooms were always clean - even the older ones. There are a couple of trails and the campground is perfect for bike riding (if you can stand the heat).

It's a great place to call home-base to explore the Savannah area.

Thank benooch67
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Reviewed August 9, 2018

Skidaway is the place to go if you like the outdoors and want that true Southern swampy mystery feeling, sans the houses and garden's of good and evil. The trails are all wide and smooth hardpack. Smooth enough even for a stroller, I would say. Great for biking, walking, and hanging out with your best bud, man or beast. There are picnic tables and restrooms and out on the trails there are wildlife viewing areas. You can easily do an interesting half mile jaunt, or rack up over 5 miles wandering all the trails.
Spring is the best smelling time (magnolias and gardenias and the swamp isn't warm yet), but winter is the best time for peace. In the height of tourist season there are often loud folks in groups that wear the edges off the peace pretty quickly.

1  Thank Cheda M
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Reviewed August 7, 2018 via mobile

If you can beat the heat head out to the parks trails. It’s cheap, convenient and fun. Simple flat hikes that allow you to walk the perimeter of a river marsh. The back loops by like Still loop are pretty along with some of the Red Cedars that grow back there!

Thank Tony K
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Reviewed August 7, 2018

Skidaway State Park is a great place to camp. They have a nature tour with a Park Ranger that takes you through a salt marsh and marine deciduous forest.

Thank Mike K
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Reviewed August 6, 2018

Huge sites. Bathrooms were so clean. Had nice facilities and trails. We were here in July, in a tent, with a lot of rain so that dampened out spirits. But I would love to stay here in October as it would be perfect.

Thank ELMny
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