A small, quiet campground with great fishing and hunting.
Leitner Lake Recreation Areahttp://www.militarycampgrounds.us/media/reviews/photos/thumbnail/300x300s/93/38/40/291_DSC01070_1317763511.jpg
- Dump, Sewer
- Tent Area
- Picinic Area
- Fitness Center
- Snack Bar
- Class VI
- Hospital, Clinic
- Post Office
Type of site
$135 (3-day wknd)
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01 March - 26 December 2013
This Camp site was a well kept secret for several years. Now word is out that this is a great place to visit. We met the Camp Host who is great, just follow the rules. Much like most military installations, the WMR is run by non-prior civilians. Everyone has to try to follow the rules even if they don't make sense. This is a very friendly camp, several are Active Duty, some are DOD workers, and there are many Retirees. Yes, you can boat on the lake, no boat stamp for boats with just oars, if you use an electric motor the better have the boat registered. Please check it out, my wife and I love it there.
December 20, 2013
Stopped by to check this campground out. Small campground located in a quiet and secluded part of Fort Gordon on the Leitner Lake. Many campers here appeared to have been here for awhile ling-term. However, there were a couple available sites. The FHU sites were spaced well apart. Near the entrance to the campground is an area with tables for tents. The primitive camping area is on the other side of the lake, down Camp Road. There's a few tables there on the lake in an open field. The restrooms/showers appeared almost new and were very clean. The washers and dryers are outside of the restroom building and are free. Check-in can be confusing, as there are no instructions posted. I've updated the check-in process on this website. LOTS of hunting and fishing in this entire area. There's other fishing lakes nearby.
We are currently camping at Lake Leitner as civilian relatives of a military family stationed here at Fort Gordon. When we arrived there were only about three available sites, and we believe that many of the sites are occupied by long-term residents who stay for months at a time. Sites are paved, level and spacious, the shower house is very nice, and our site is adjacent to the beautiful lake. The rate per night is now $18, or $12 for seniors (62 and above). Making payment for camping here is inconvenient since there are no written instructions at the campground, and no self-pay station, and although there is a camp host here, he has a day job and we did not cross paths until we had been here several nights. By then we had finally reached someone at the TASC (Tactical Advantage Sportsman’s Complex) who said payments should be made there. The TASC is open until 6 p.m. Monday through Friday, and closes earlier on Saturdays and Sundays. The TASC phone numbers are (706) 791-5078/3317. It is at least 20 minutes between the TASC and the campground since the more direct route is blocked long-term. To get to the TASC, go to the 4-way stop where Range Road, North Range Road, and 25th Street intersect, then head south on Range Road past the Gordon Lakes Golf Course. Turn west on Carter Road and follow the TASC signs. The coordinates of the TASC are: N 33 degrees 25.232’, W082 degrees 07.348’. As for cell phone, our daughter's Verizon works fine here. Our TracFone does not work at all.
Feb 19, 2012
Great place for our three day stay. Whoever designed the sites knew about RVing. The facilities were fairly new, clean, and well kept. It was quiet while we were there but is close to the base ranges so I assume it could be noisy at times. Mike, the camp host, was very helpful and easy to talk to. He works on base so might not be there during duty hours. The only problem is how to make payment. We were there during a holiday weekend and left a check on Mike's door. A map to the ITT office would be helpful.
Last updated: December 08, 2011
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Septembr 28 - November 30, 2011
What a great RV campground! The lake is beautiful ... the sites are outstanding ... and the amenities in the campground are great ... except ... The telephone service is almost non-existent at the campground ... we had Virgin Mobile with nothing. Others had Verizon, T-Mobile and nothing. Our MIFI was also very weak at the campground. Funny story, we had to make a phone call one night and drove up to the firing range. While on the phone, a security police approached us and thought my wife and I were up to something! The PX and Commissary is 11 miles away ... the other distraction for us. But, if you are looking for peace and quiet (with no phone calls), this is it. Free laundry, too! Overall, we will return on our way North next year ... even with the distractors.
January 26, 2011
I work for Fort Gordon Outdoor Recreation. I have overseen some of the renovations and the place looks fantastic! The park will be open in just a few weeks. We are finishing up some small things such as putting in grills and fire rings. The new complex will have a shower house and laundry facility. We have trailer spaces available for rent with full hook ups. They will be available on first come first serve basis. We will also have a few rental trailers out there for those of you without one. They will also be available on a first come first serve basis. We also have spaces for primitive camping. For pricing and more information call Outdoor Recreation at (706) 791-5078
May 21-26 2009
Just in case you get stuck like we did I want to share this with you: After the fiasco at Points West, Appling, we went as directed to Fort Gordon. Once you enter the gate, whether it be Gate 1 or Gate 2, it is still a loonnng drive to the "campground". If you go to register first then you have quite a trip ahead of you. This Post is HUGE!! The MWR folks were honest and very nice so our complaint is not about them. And we are responsible for not researching more and being prepared for a busy holiday weekend, dumb on our part. The story is that this place will be closed on July 1, 2009 and will not re-open until the campground is totally redone. I will be watching this site to see if anyone knows if it closes or not. The big, beautiful log cabin type office is amazing. That is the only place any money has gone as far as the campground is concerned. Without going into the whole story of being stuck here for the entire Memorial Day weekend, I will leave you with - AVOID THIS PLACE AT ALL COSTS until you know for sure that it has been cleaned up and renovated. As of this date it is not a good place to be. They have water and electric. There was a couple others there while we were there and they left before we did. There was a van down by the lake that looked like it had been there for quite some time. The other two vehicles there had been there for a long time as well. You can tell from the tall, tall weeds growing up around them.
May 30 - Jun 7, 2007
This place is a gem; MUCH more convenient to the Augusta attractions, and of course much closer to the Ft. Gordon amenities than the Pointes West campground 25 miles from the base and 17 miles from Augusta. Right on a lake (no boating), clean, grounds well maintained, plenty of space beween units with 50 amp service, children's playground equipment, trees. No sewer hookups, but everyone drains gray water on the ground (I ran a long garden hose to the woods behind me). Level sites. I could not get satellite with my roof top dish, but could have with a portable dish (one guy had a roof top internet satellite dish). I saw a copy of the plans to improve the campground, and it's going to be even better, with sewer hookups. All sites big rig friendly (change the red X above to a green check mark). Several rental trailers. I saw the plans for the improvement they're goiong to make to the campground, and it'll be first class, with double the amount of sites, and sewer. Steve Turney