35 mi from Savannah GA and another 20min to the ocean at Tybee Beach. Off I-16 by three mi South. GSU 19 min away and Ft Stewart 25 min away. My place has nice oak trees around and is not a bad stop. The country around is pine and scrub and not very lush. Hot in summer and lots of sand gnats and no-see-ums. Love the property in Fall, Spring and winter.
Surrounded by pine forest so fire is a big hazard.
Neighbors would not like to hear generators late nights.
Stay for two days unless special event like music festival which lasts two weeks.
Dog rules - yours out mine in or vice-versa-coordinate by phone.
Wide bumpy dirt road, water in puddles when rains. Have to go 10-15 mph for 2,000 feet. Roadway is wide so no danger of getting stuck.
On the grass with the rig. Plenty o.f space
Just Savannah (historic city) with many eateries, the Savannah River and River Street, the Historic District which people seem bowled over by, Tybee Island (boats, beaches, kayaks, etc: The Savannah Music Festival is great, the jazz festival, some good productions for stage. See "Savannah Now" for events.
Had a wonderful stay. We are looking forward to visiting again later this year!
We had a wonderful quiet night at Susan’s beautiful site. We were welcomed by phone since our host was in Savannah. We parked next to the white building where we had water and electric. We met up next morning for a rushed hello/goodbye. We would definitely come back if in this area. Thank you Susan.
We have enjoyed our stay here immensely. It is not an understatement to say that our host has become a friend and like family to us in the short time we've known her. She has been so generous with her time and property - not to mention being a great cook. She is great company and has a wealth of stories from her travels around the world, and Savannah, as she was raised locally. We were happy to help her out with her garden and on her RV. She also has lots of good ideas and insights about RV life. The location is worth the trek to sleepy Pembroke, with several acres of land and deer sightings in the mornings and afternoons. There are many mosquitoes and other bugs and lizards (August), but nothing too severe. This Boondockers Welcome visit will be hard to beat and we will definitely be back!