MWR welcomes all those travelers looking for a campground which has all the conveniences of home. Our campground is located near Holbrook Pond on Ft. Stewart, nestled among the towering Georgia pines.
Holbrook Pond Recreation Area and CampgroundFeatured
Type of site
$15 - $30
$350 - $500
$6 - $12
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July 18 2018
June 26, 2017
12 May 2017
6-8 February 2017
Oct 21 - 30 2015
14 Apr 2015
A bit out of the way (15 miles) from the 85 exit. Had no black water hook out, gray water was OK to put on the ground! A great outta the way place. Large sites on concrete pads. We were greeted and given the 5 cent tour by the attendant. There were two gators in the pond! It was a bit buggy, but I do want to go back and hang out some! We did the PX, but not the commissary. There were excellent restaurants in Hinesville and we chose the German one! - Can't wait to go back!
7-8 Jan 2014
Secluded camp ground, was about 20 miles into base area before we found it. Host was friendly and informative about the area. Bathhouse was clean with plenty of hot water and the laundry facility was spacious and clean. We were in site 7, had 30/50 amp service, water, sewer, OK WIFI, picnic table, charcoal grill, and fire ring. Savannah was a pretty good distance so didn't get there but this would be a good place to stay for an extended visit. Stayed only one night on a trip from FL to NC. The facilities appeared clean and well maintained. Did not use any of the base facilities but they appear to be near by, commissary about 2.5 miles. Would like to stay here longer some time maybe in the fall. Overall a well managed and maintained Camp Ground.
May 02, 2014
WARNING: THE GPS COORDINATES IN THE MILITARY RV CAMPING GUIDE BOOK ARE WAY WRONG! Do not use them, they are at least ten miles off and left us completely lost. The GPS coordinates on this website are different than the ones in the guide book but I cannot say if the ones on this website are correct since we didn't use them. The written directions in the guidebook and on this website are good. Another big deal: The military RV guide book says Savannah is 11 miles away. In fact, it is 39 miles from the RV park to the Savannah historic district. Fort Stewart is a massive base - 437 square miles! The RV park is a long way from anywhere, so if you are looking for a place to overnight on the way somewhere else it's probably not the place for you. If you just want a great spot to spend some quality time, it's perfect. The RV spaces are widely separated and the campground is gorgeous. Holbrook Pond is a short walk away and we were told the fishing is excellent. Check in is at the Outdoor Recreation office located at the campground, NOT the Outdoor Recreation office you first come across. When we checked in we told the manager of the incorrect guide book GPS coordinates and that we got lost as a result. She said she hears it all the time and gave us a coupon for a free night's stay on our next visit. We'll probably never get a chance to use it but it was a nice gesture.
26 Apr - 1 May 2014
Excellent campground host. Bathrooms were clean and a lot of space between campers. Lots of shade. Close to Ft. Stewart, just a little faraway from Savannah.
My husband and I have traveled to Holbrook Pond for the last 6 years and it has been a very enjoyable time. Cathy, office manager, is a wonderful caring woman and she has always found us a "home" here while staying 3-4 months. It is very quite, clean and for the most part, the people are very friendly. We can have pit fires and that makes it so nice around a roaring fire in the evenings. We travel from Texas and this will be our last year on the road. We will miss it here. If you are in the area it is well worth the trip.
We have stayed at Holbrook Pond many times over the yrs. Each time it gets better with personnel & improvements. Kathy, in the office is the best and George the Camp Host can't be beat. Our stays have always been very pleasant. Looking forward to our next visit. Suzi B. & Chief Metroman
16 November 2013
Stayed one night on a trip from VA to FL. Kind of far off Rt 95 for a one night stop but easy to get to. The facilities appeared clean and well maintained. The surrounding areas were beautiful. Did not use any of the base facilities facilities but they appear to be near by. Would consider this camp as a destination for a week stay in the early spring time to explore the area.
Aug 24-31, 2013
We stayed here a week the Camp Host was the best. He helped me a lot. This was our first trip in our motor home and if all of my trips are as good as this one I will be Camping a long time. Thanks, Louis Froelich.
Staff and camp host do an excellent job, The internet has been expanded and and now can be used at every site. Verizon 4G cell service works and all the others too include AT & T are to far from a town or the interstate. Direct TV can be best used at sites 1 -10 and 11 -20 takes a some time to find holes in the trees. Dish is a lot harder but site 19 is using Dish at this time.
The only issue we had was the lack of Internet access that is advertised and cell services is not good either. Golf course offers a monthly membership so you can play Fort Stewart and Hunter for one good price. Very nice and accommodating staff and host. We'll be back.
24-27 November 2012
This campsite is my mainstay when I want to make a long weekend out of Savannah, and this time I came over the Thanksgiving holiday for off-season touring. Drivers, please note: the reason *why* mile markers on the main road go up & down is because it restarts at a county line. The turn is exactly AT mile marker 13: if you overshoot it like I did, you can mosey down to the first street light where you'll find a safe turnaround on the right, even for a big rig like mine. Our smiling camp host dropped by with the wi-fi password but it simply can't reach out to the far ends of the campsite; worse, 3G cellular access is minimal. (But I don't come here just to compute!)
March 15 2012
Little out of the way BUT nice. We stoped here on the way N. last March. Nice post & PX. For a stop over it's hard to beat. THE only thing that really needs to be added is WiFi something that would cost very little and mean so much. Thank you for a nice 3 day lay over.
7-10 April 2012
Very secluded camp ground. Cathy was very friendly and informative about Fort Stewart and the new "4th Brigade" facilities. The bathhouse was very clean and the laundry facility was spacious and free!!! The only drawbacks were no sewage hookups and the mosquitoes could air lift you out of the campsite in a heart beat!!! Plenty of bike trails to ride and the alligators in the pond were fun to watch in the morning. 4th BDE's fitness center was AWESOME! Brand new to include a climbing wall and swimming pool. Savannah was a long drive to get to BUT well worth spending all day there. Allot to see in a relaxed atmosphere. Even though we enjoyed our stay here, we may try Fort Hunter Army Airfield the next time we visit since it is closer to Savannah.