Point South’s KOA Campground

Looking for a fun place to camp this fall? Look no further than the Point South KOA Campground. Don’t have a camper? No problem! They have cabins as well as camp sites. The pool is available and wine is sold by the glass.

The Point South KOA is located in the heart of the SC Lowcountry, just off I-95, Exit 33. It is a great hub for visiting Beaufort, Bluffton, Hilton Head, Walterboro, Hampton, and Ridgeland. There are plenty of spaces for campers, or “glamp” in one of the cabins located on site. There’s even a cabin inspired by Frank Lloyd Wright.

Point South KOA Campground is pet friendly. The large dog park and Camp K-9 make travelling with your pup more fun.

Wide open spaces and plenty of fresh air can be found in the surrounding counties of the SC Lowcountry. Donnelley Wildlife Management, Bear Island and the ACE Basin National Wildlife Area are located to the north of the campground and Savannah National Wildlife Management Area is just south. Bring the bikes and head over to Beaufort’s Spanish Moss Trail.

For old fashioned family fun, spend the day playing at the campground. Mine for gems at the playground. Play tether ball, corn hole, horseshoes, life-size chess or Jenga. Adults can unwind with a glass of local wine, craft beer or specialty coffee from the Swimming Mermaid Coffee House located at the campground. Leave the cooking to the staff, relax, and enjoy made-to-order pizza, wings and breadsticks around a campfire.

Camping is an experience that can be enjoyed by everyone, especially in these difficult times when families are reconnecting and spending more time together. Since most schools are operating remotely this fall, why not take a trip to explore nature, disconnect from technology and reconnect with those you love most.

Point South KOA is excited to announce they have won the Trip Advisor Traveler’s Choice Award for the sixth year in a row! Make your reservations and plan a trip to the Point South KOA.

Open All Year

Reserve: 800-562-2948

Info: 843-726-5733

14 Campground Rd (I-95 @ Exit 33) & US 17

Yemassee, SC 29945


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