The Abbeville RV Park is owned by the city and you drive about one mile through the woods after turning off the highway to get to the campground. The ride through the woods was calming and gave the park the look and feel of a state park.
|Rosie at Abbeville RV Park|
One of the first features we noticed about this park was the shade. Most sites were large and there were many trees throughout this park.
Another feature was that the park was quiet. Being a mile off the main road, we didn't hear the sounds of the city nor did we hear traffic noises. The peace and quiet was very much appreciated.
|Lots of Airstream RVs at Abbeville RV Park|
A family of owls added some excitement to our stay in this park. It was easy to spot the parents watching over their baby owls in the nest.
|Owls at Abbeville RV Park (Photo by Tim Bush, used by permission.)|
Here are some specifics about the Abbeville RV Park:
- The park offered 20, 30 and 50 amp electrical service.
- Each site also had water and sewer service.
- The park does not have showers nor does it have restrooms. You have to use the facilities in your RV or be willing to find a restaurant that is open at your moment of need.
- What I thought was a TV cable connection turned out to be a telepone box. That was OK because there were several TV signals available over the air.
- We were able to watch ABC, CBS, Fox and PBS from Rosie's antenna. We also saw digital signals from Antenna, CW, ME-TV and THiS.
- WiFi was available in the park. The service tended to be slow when people were active and checking things online.
- AT&T provided solid phone and moderate 4G service over the park.
- Lots of shopping can be found outside the park.