Savannah, Georgia is an epicenter of the south, but the reason for its popularity with tourists goes much deeper than the Spanish moss and post-Civil War architecture that it is known for. Those who visit the "Hostess City of the South" will find a place full of history, mystery, and beauty.
Tucked away on the outskirts of this enigmatic city lies Biltmore RV Park, a quaint, family-run RV resort that is super convenient for RVers looking to explore the historic downtown area. The campground boasts that "no cars are needed" since the trolley and public transport run right past the grounds (no worries, guests are still allowed one personal vehicle per site). Guests won't be left longing for anything since there are grocery stores, restaurants, pharmacies, and even a fishing pier located just around the corner!
The campground doesn't have public restrooms or showers, but none are needed since each site features 30/50 amp electric, water, and sewage hookups. In addition to the basics, the resort features a wifi hotspot guests can use to check their emails and cable TV hookups throughout the park (though cable is not available at the satellite-friendly sites). Savannah isn't known for its cheap lodging, but thankfully, Biltmore RV Park is, with last year's rates ranging from $40 to $50 (rates are subject to change). These lower rates will give you more money to spend on entertainment!
Dogs are welcome at this location, though the pet policy has restrictions on the number of pets and breeds that are allowed. Call ahead to make sure Fido's breed is allowed. Be respectful to other guests by picking up after your pooches and keeping them leashed during your stay.
All good things must come to an end, but guests can purchase a souvenir from the on-site antique shop to commemorate their stay at Biltmore RV Park. Your pack will definitely want to remember this trip!