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St. George Comfort Inn
139 Motel Drive
St. George, SC
October 17, 2014

COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES. These comments do not make the campground good or bad in general.

crying faceAt night the trains came by, blowing their horns and it sounded like they were going to drive right through the RV of the two RV Gypsies. The sound of the wheels on the tracks were just as annoying as the train horn. Some of the trains were quite long. It was unbearable. The trains started about 9 p.m. and came often.  The photo below on the right was taken from the dining room window of the two RV Gypsies and shows how close the trains were - just right behind the trees. The campground is right next to I-95, so of course there was also a lot of road-noise, day and night, but the train noise was horrible.

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This campground is part of the hotel and accepts Passport America, so it was only $16 a night and that's all it was worth. The road was a narrow, paved, U-shaped road with paved sites and a grassy yard (this part was nice), but the sites were barely big enough to fit a 40-foot long RV. There was no room for the toad (tow car).

crying faceThere were only 24 sites and the campground says they always have openings so they do not take reservations. No patio, no picnic table, no campfire ring, no rules given out, NO TV, and no Wi-Fi at site. There was Wi-Fi in the hotel lobby. Swimming pool was outside for hotel and campground guests, but it was closed for the season. There was a sports bar next door, and a Flying J gas station. Several fast food places were within walking distance, but not much else of interest around. Breakfast in the hotel was $5 for the lobby buffet. The two RV Gypsies did not check it out to see what's there. The Hotel office person was not that friendly.

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