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Horsedoc

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Posted: 01/17/21 09:51am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Mt Pleasant KOA is actually closer to old Charleston than James Island even if you have to cross the Ravenell Bridge.

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Thanks for the quick replies. Looked at both James Island and Mt Pleasant websites. Both look like they fit what I’m looking for. We were in Charleston for a wedding in August a few years ago and only had a few hours to look around Charleston and yes it was hot and humid.


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Posted: 01/17/21 11:56am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Bears Den wrote:

Thanks for the quick replies. Looked at both James Island and Mt Pleasant websites. Both look like they fit what I’m looking for. We were in Charleston for a wedding in August a few years ago and only had a few hours to look around Charleston and yes it was hot and humid.

We hit Charleston in early March every year on the way home from Florida. Its usually in the mid 60's, occasionally it'll hit 70. Late April would probably be better for a little warmer weather without it being too hot and humid.


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We spent a week there last summer at KOA in Laden. We drove into town parked the Smart car, rode boats, carriages, walked, and drove Smart 450mi checking everything around there. Nice place.

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Ferndaleflyer, that little area for that KOA is called "Ladson" on US Highway 78. Not too far off of an I-26 interchange. Historical Charleston peninsula is about 18 miles away from that KOA.

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Posted: 01/18/21 12:46pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

another vote for mount pleasant koa.

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Been to many places and sometimes don't remember correctly. It was an easy drive to Charleston and we enjoyed it......

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We stayed at James Island County Park for July 4th last year! It is a great campground! We will certainly visit it again!


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Posted: 01/26/21 08:21pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

charlestonsouthern wrote:

Ferndaleflyer, that little area for that KOA is called "Ladson" on US Highway 78. Not too far off of an I-26 interchange. Historical Charleston peninsula is about 18 miles away from that KOA.

The Ladson KOA is a dump adjacent to a real dumpy trailer park. If you can’t get into James Island County Park, then you should try Oak Plantation on US 17 just west of downtown. Traffic on 17 makes it hard to head toward town with no traffic signal so we usually turn right out of the campground, turn right on Main road to Bees ferry turn right back to US 17 on Glen Mcconel parkway or I 526.





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We stayed at James Island County Park Campground in September 2019 for my Navy Ship reunion. All FHU,shaded sites. Camp store,paved trails for walking or bike riding. They have a huge dog park with a beach just for dogs.They also have a water park for kids.

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