Lakefront sites, spacious pull-thru sites, friendly and helpful staff, pristine facilities and close to Savannah and Hilton Head Island are some of the many reasons why we love camping at Camp Lake Jasper RV Resort.
Camp Lake Jasper RV Resort is a local campground for us and it’s the FIRST place we ever camped a year ago this month with our Forest River Salem Travel Trailer. We were such newbies then and we will NEVER forget that first night of camping because the whole family ended up in our bed due to tornado warnings – what a night.
We have camped several times at this campground in the past year and will continue to whenever we have the opportunity, we recommend Camp Lake Jasper to everyone we can and we even camped there with some good friends this past Christmas season.
Each site comes with a fire ring and picnic table. The lakefront sites are pure relaxation and the pull thru sites are so spacious that if you are passing thru the area you wouldn’t even have to unhitch your travel trailer (if that’s what you’re camping in) if you didn’t want to. The pull-thru sites have a concrete pad for the picnic table area.
watch out for the “pet” in the lake
The campground is just a few minutes off of Interstate 95, but far enough that you don’t hear any road noise while camping here. You feel like you are in your own world but you are only about 45 minutes from Savannah, 20 minutes from Pooler and 30 minutes from the beaches at Hilton Head. The bathroom, shower and laundry facilities are very clean and the whole campground is a friendly, safe environment for campers of all ages to ride their bikes or go for a walk. You can hike from the campground over to the neighboring park, Sergeant Jasper Park and hike more once you’re there or play on the playground or take up a game of disc golf.
Camp Lake Jasper has a small general store with some groceries and camping necessities. You can also buy some firewood here and it’s very reasonably priced.
There is a fenced in dog park, an open lawn area for the dogs, a pool (for the humans), a horseshoe pit and a community fire pit here as well.
It costs between $38 and $48 dollars a night to camp here depending on your site and they offer Good Sam’s, AAA and Military discounts.
We highly recommend this campground and hope that you have the opportunity to check it out for yourself sometime, if you do we’d love to know how you liked it.