17 Parks near Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia
Stratofortress Rd Hunter Army Airfield, Georgia 31409 (map) | (912) 315-9554
Sites: 16 | Latest Rate: $18.00 | 6 Reviews
Nov 2016 - $18.00
Lotts Island Army Airfield Campground is an okay stopping over point, but it certainly is not a resort! The sites have no logical layout and our site, #8, was almost impossible to get in to. There are 2 trees at the entrance to the site and a permanent or semi-permanent 5th wheel parked exactly across from the entrance to the site. We have a 38' Bighorn and it took about 45 minutes to maneuver our way in.
It was clean without garbage or "stuff" but there was some branches and brush. To be fair, it is fall and hurricane Matthew was only a few weeks ago. We never saw any campground maintenance people.
The park is quiet and we saw some wildlife (deer & raccoons). A little road noise from Abercorn Rd. Our yard was very large and comfortable. The road through the campground is gravel and not laid out well, but a big rig would certainly be okay. There is no cable and sketchy internet that is very slow. However, Verizon cell signal was strong.
It is very close to WalMart, Kroger, restaurants galore and just about anything else you might want.
We would stay there again - just not for an extended time. - jomark
Aug 2015 - $18.00
Previous comments are right on.
We found the Wi-Fi was in and out during our stay and no cable at our site.
Good over the air TV, Verizon worked well. Found the 30-amp electric service to be erratic.
Price reflects NPS Senior discount. I would NOT pay the advertised price of $36.00 a night for staying in this mud hole.
MWR employee unable to operate the machine for credit card payment, so we had to pay cash. - thetravelkids
Jun 2015 - $1.00
Since we were told on the phone that there were no sites available in the regular campground, we stayed in the overflow "primitive" campground. This area has water hookups only. There was one other camper in this area but no one appeared to be be staying there during our visit. We only stayed one night and with a generator and fully contained it was fine. The sites are poorly defined and indicated only by the water hookups. We selected what appeared to be a pull-through site.
Upon arrival we drove through the regular campground and couldn't help but notice unoccupied sites, as well as many RVs that appeared to be at least semi-permanent; it certainly appeared that some had been in place much longer than 14 days. The vacant sites were still vacant when we left the following day, although we were told that no sites were available for our single night request. Signs indicate that you can call the office for assistance. I didn't see a sign indicating directions to the office.
We would stay here again for an overnight stopover. - Donna and Steve
Feb 2017 - $40.00
Most sites are in a ring around the outside of a large field, with electric and water hookups. This time we got a site off the main area, a nice quite site tucked off to the side by a pavilion by a beautiful lake. Sites are grass, reasonably level with water and electric. The "bathhouse" is inside the office. It is a small house with the check in desk, the wifi/common room, and then 2 regular household full bathrooms, not a traditional campground bathroom. The property is very close to Savannah, but is located on a farm setting. My kids love the horses, goats, chickens, peacocks and other animals on the farm. Nice property around which to take a walk after dinner too. This is our second stay, they are always nice and accommodating here. - spoon059
Nov 2016 - $39.00
What the others have said. Not a bad campground but the wifi is hit and miss, a sure way to upset customers. The biggest downfall is the dust from the interior roads. This most likely is the dustiest campground in the USA if not the world. I guess the owners haven't heard of calcium chloride or other things to knock down road gravel dust. 3 weddings going on here the same day and I feel sorry for the guest because of this. Easy in and out. Confusing office location for first time visitor's. - Livin' the Life
Sep 2016 - $49.00
Most site are in a square around a field. You just drive through the field to your site. The pool was nice and the hop on and off trolley will pick you up from the campground. we thought the roads getting to the historic area were a bit on confusing. Office lady gave us a great parking tip. - MajandMrs
Jun 2016 - $40.00
We requested a pull through site and when we got there they said "you only have to back up a little bit". They stated cable but when we arrived we were told we had to connect their cable box to the back of our TVs. Our TVs our built in so we have no way to connect a cable box. When I complained they said "you didn't come here to watch TV, did ya". Finally when I asked about the WiFi I was told I had to come to the office to use it. By this time I had had it and told them free WiFi means you get it in your location! What a terrible campground. I would never stay there again! - Farsaci
Jun 2016 - $36.00
Worst RV park we have ever stayed in. It is located in a very bad part of town, and is surrounded by a barbed wire fence. The front gate is open all night, and shady looking people come in at night and walk around, no security. The pictures on their website are of the sites in the back, mostly full time lowlifes. All others are put in the lot in front, which is right next to a four lane busy highway, with sirens and trucks all night long. We did not sleep well. It rained, and we stepped out of our RV into mud. The sites are the same as any RV park, not as website states. Sad situation for the owners I guess, trying to run a junk business and old RV park on the same property. There are a lot of better choices close to Savannah, wish we had not been deceived. - RAMBLIN1
Jun 2016 - $35.00
We stayed there for 4 nights so that we were close to the historic district of Savannah. The lady who booked us in was very pleasant and helpful and completely the opposite of what some other people have said on here. The site we were in was spacious and shaded, although only gravel and grass. There were no facilities at all, which is basically why it is called Biltmore RV Park. Close to Savannah for sightseeing, which is the reason why we went. The hook-up was the opposite from what we are used to so bring an extra section of sewer hose. I would recommend this site for visiting Savannah. - WillDeb
Jul 2016 - $25.00
This is a workers park. Mostly TT housing a younger working crowed on a permanent setups. While the park is kept neat and clean, the Wi-Fi advertised does not work, the bathhouse is a small room of the laundry with one toilet and one shower which is quite dated. My "pull Through" site was until I arrived and then another camper was backed in behind me and we shared the same power pole, me 50 amp him 30 amp. No cable and over the air was very poor. When it rains the area I was in was puddle city. Perimeter sites were more spacious but filled with long termers. I was parked in the "field" where my awning almost touched my neighbor and the guy behind me was so close I could barely walk behind my unit. Stay away from this park unless you are looking for cheap long term parking. - JimChan52
Apr 2016 - $40.00
This park is all level with mostly pull-thu's for short time visitors. Owner is very friendly and helpful. Took us to our site. Office is a house about 2 blocks before the park. 50amp/water/sewer all work fine. did not use the wash room, but, did use the laundry. Some long term residents, but their sites where well maintained and clean. This is a great park for seeing the area(Savannah). We would stay here again. we stayed here in a 38ft. motor home-towing. - wrready2
Oct 2015 - $40.00
We camped 3 nights at Sunshine. We were in pull through section. Mowed grass with some rock in parking area. Water/Electric/Sewer hook ups. It's a no frills park, but exactly what we like to find. We use our own shower / rest rooms in our RV, so we don't care about bath houses. We bring our own fun, so we don't care for amenities etc. The owner is very present and is MOST accommodating. Plenty of room for pull through hauling a trailer. Quiet park, on approach to airport but has minimal air traffic. Fire station a ways off, we heard sirens occasionally, but not disturbing. Would stay here again, and would recommend to others. We thought the $40 cash rate was a bit high, but not out of reason. Good grocery stores nearby and easy access to downtown Savannah. - TheBigL
Dec 2016 - $29.00
We stayed here for 2 nights while visiting the Savanah area. Didn't spend a ton of time at the campground. Lots of hurricane damage that was mostly cleaned up, but some areas of the park are still closed. We got a pull through site and had plenty of room. Campground was quiet while we were there. We made a reservation, but reservations are not for a specific site. You just pick a site when you get there. Also, you cannot enter the park to check in after 10pm. We didn't know this, but we adjusted and spent the night at Cracker Barrel. The campground credited us one night on our reservation and let us check in at 9am the next morning, which I was surprised with. The policies seemed a bit odd, but didn't impact us too much. We visited the historic fort and the visitor center before we left. Was enough to spend about an hour, as there isn't too much to it, especially in the off season. - Cdash
Nov 2016 - $29.00
Stayed here over Thanksgiving week. We had water and 30amp electric but no sewer. They do have a dump station. Nice campground but many many trees down in some sections from Hurricane Matthew. The good news on that was we were able to get a Satellite signal with our little tailgater Dish. Cellphone service for Verizon was very weak even with the RV antenna/booster.
No problem navigating through the campground with a 31 ft Class A. Campground is surrounded by salt marsh and water ways; and is located about half a mile from the Fort. Their is also a boat ramp located at the far end of the campground. Bathrooms are ok but only one shower. They are heated though.
Sites are fairly level and are pull throughs. Their tent sites are very nice. They have a raised bed of sand for setting your tent on so rain will not drench the bottom of your tent. Kind of like a large sandbox. - TragedyTrousers
Oct 2016 - $29.00
We have stayed in a lot of state parks on this trip and this was a favorite. Nice sites and the river nearby. Two laundry facilities but the washer in one was broken and the dryer in the other. Made it work but luckily we had our bikes to go back and forth. We are in a van camper conversion. There isn't a choice of that selection here so the classification I picked of motor home isn't quite accurate. - GG2633
Jan 2017 - $38.00
Loved this park. About 12 miles from Savanah, but it was so nice and easy to get to (although there is some road construction once off interstate). We were in pull-thru site, with plenty of room for our tow. Hookups were conveniently located for our RV. Staff very pleasant and helpful at check in. They advise which sites are available and you drive around and pick out the one you want. Plenty of space between sites. Hurricane Matthew caused some tree damage that they are still clearing out, but it doesn't affect the campsites. There are nature trails and a lot of space to ride bikes in the park. Savannah is about 20 minutes away. Will definitely go back to this park. - dtfoster
Jan 2017 - $38.00
We wanted a place for a base for our visit to Savannah and this was perfect. There are lots of sites, each site has a lot of room and space. The hiking trails are awesome; flat, well marked, perfect length, and lots to see. Some recommendations: 1st, sign up for the Friends of Georgia State Parks membership before you go. You get two free nights right away, a discount on any remaining nights and free park admission. 2nd, if you are staying more than a couple nights, go ahead and spend the extra couple $ for the sewer site, they are roomier and very convienent. 3rd, be sure and follow the directions on their website, it will make it a lot easier to get there. - Magnum34
Jan 2017 - $45.00
This is a beautiful state park with very spacious campsites. The interior roads are easy to navigate even for big rigs. A great place to stay while visiting Savannah. The drive in to Savannah is easy and quick. Cable TV worked well. We would definitely stay here again. - Thor MC
Jan 2017 - $40.00
This is an older campground located approximately 18 miles from downtown Savannah. The entrance is located at a gas station/convenience store. The office is located in the rear portion of the convenience store. Our site was located in the lower rear section of the campground. The site was a long pull thru, but was somewhat narrow. Hookups were conveniently located. Cable tv & wifi worked ok. While not the most convenient location to Savannah, we enjoyed the quieter rural location. We would probably stay here again on our next trip to Savannah. - c lewis
Nov 2016 - $39.00
Looked like an older park with a lot of leaves on the ground. Gravel sites with hook ups in a decent spot. We were set up in the lower portion in a pull through but facing another rv who was very friendly. There was no point in setting up the sattelite dish as it was pretty heavily wooded. Looked in the bathroom/ shower and it looked very dated. There were some full time rvers there as well. - Hihocarp
Aug 2016 - $39.00
A rustic and quiet stay a few miles off I-95 on a country road. The park has several main areas. We stayed in the lower area which is heavily wooded and away from the main road, it was so quiet at night all we heard were the frogs and cicadias.
Parked under the giant oak and pine trees, it felt like we were in the middle of the woods. The park is dated and not a resort, but it is nice enough. The site we were on has been recently renovated. It used to be 2 back in sites that have been combined to form a very long - at least 75 feet - pull through. They have 10 or so sites like this for big motorhomes. In August there are few motorhomes and they usually stay only for one night so we had this section to ourselves. Around the outside of the campground are quite a few permanent residents. They were quiet and self contained. The tree cover made our dish unable to get signal. Soil is mostly sand and was tracked in everywhere. Sites were level. Roads in the campground are tight in spots and in need of resurfacing.
The people are very nice and helpful. No services for 4 miles except the gas station/convenience store at the campground entrance.
We would stay here again. The rates were half of the price of other campgrounds near the ocean. - Bryanmsi
Jan 2017 - $62.00
This KOA is unique. It's deluxe site is fabulous with resin furniture, table chairs, fire pit and even a propane grill. The staff is friendly. Some of the sites and roadways are tight for big rigs. I can only speak for the one night I was there but the unique part was the artillery shells exploding from the nearby army base. The vibrations literally caused the rig to shake for 15-20 intervals at night. The office staff was cavalier regarding the explosions. - NJ-Montana
Jan 2017 - $40.00
This is a fabulous campground! We make this stop part of our trip south every year. The staff is accommodating and friendly, immediately took us to our site and helped to back in and hook up. Several sites are on the water which is alive with birds and other habitat. Areas for all to enjoy the waters edge are available, shaded and quite pleasant. The swans are absolutely gorgeous and didn't bother us on our site the way ducks often do at other parks. It's great to watch kids enjoying the nature available here. I highly recommend this KOA to families and others! - Merithew
Oct 2016 - $38.00
This was a last minute reservation as we had planned to stay out in Tybee Island, but decided to move to KOA in Savannah for a pull through site. Are we glad we did. This is the BEST KOA IN THE SOUTHEAST, from the facilities, people and views. Not to mention how convenient it was to Savannah proper and I-95. We stay at a lot of KOA and other Parks, this has been one of the nicest ones thus far in terms of pure enjoyment. We stayed right after Hurricane Matthew hit so they were still cleaning up the damaged trees, but it was still gorgeous. Internet was hit or miss, but that was more with clean up, as when it was on it was fast. We stayed for 9 days and we live full time in our 5th wheel. I was there for work at the Savannah Film Festival. HIGHLY, HIGHLY recommend, but make a reservation as they are busy and generally always full. - Okstatefanz