Uchee Creek Campground/Marina Featured

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Location

Installation
Fort Benning, Columbus, GA
GPS Coordinates
32.305, -84.9582
Location Information
Fort Benning, Columbus, GA
RV Gate Coordinates
32.395548, -84.931356

Directions

Directions
RV Park not located behind security gates. However, the common route takes you onto Fort Benning at Access Point #2, through the post, and off the post at Access Point #8. ==== Take I-185 south to Columbus, GA. Follow the Interstate through Columbus to Fort Benning Access Point #2. At Ft Benning, turn right onto First Division road. Keep straight on Dixie road when First Division road bears right at the golf course. Follow Dixie road to Siteseeing road. Turn left on Siteseeing road to Sunshine road. Turn right on Sunshine road, across Eddy Bridge, to 101st Airborne Division road. Turn left on 101st Airborne Division road, and drive for approximately 2 miles. Turn left on Uchee Creek road and the campground/marina will be one mile ahead. Check-in at the Country Store. ==== Possible to access the RV Park without going through Ft. Benning by using SR-165 from US-431.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(706) 545-4053/7238
Mailing Address
Uchee Creek army Campground/Marina, PO Box 52538, Fort Benning, GA 31905

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD Civilians at Fort Benning.
Season
Year-round.
Reservations
Accepted for 2-night minimum. Must cancel 14 days in advance for refund.
Internet Access
WiFi available in the campground.
Pet Information
Allowed in the RV Park and select cabins with usual leash and clean-up rules. No outside kennels allowed.
Campground Information
Prices vary depending on rank and type of site/facility. Lowest rates are for active duty SGT and below. You can reserve a site for 30 days and if space available another 30 days then you must leave for 7 days. AD and TDY with approval of CO can stay in campground for 6 months and then they must leave. NO HOMESTEADING PERMITTED. Lodging rates vary based on type of accommodation. All back-in sites are a minimum of 65 feet deep; pull thrus are longer.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Discounts
Discount available for Golden Age Cards.
Facilities
Grill, Meeting Room, Basketball & Volleyball Courts, Softball Field, Golf Cart Rentals, Propane, Archery Range, Paint ball.
Amenities
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Tent Area
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Playground
  • Picinic Area
  • Beach
  • Fishing
  • Boating, Boat Rentals
  • Boat Ramp
  • Hunting
  • Hiking
  • Golf
  • Library
  • Diesel
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Lodge
  • Fitness Center
  • Shoppete
  • Swimming
  • Snack Bar
  • Class VI
  • Marina
  • Movie Theater
  • Museum
  • Hospital, Clinic
  • Post Office
  • Car Wash

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Paved
72
W/15,30,50A/S/CATV/P
$18 - $22
$110 - $132
$435 - $528
RV Rally Area
250
None
$12+
N/A
N/A
Cabins/Chalets/Trlrs
61
Varies
$45 - $125
$270 - $750
N/A

Other Information

Firearms Policy
Must be registered with the Provost Marshall within 72 hours.
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Weather Information

On the southwestern side of Fort Benning is a place where trees grow tall and the water of the inviting Chattahoochee River flows deep and cool. This is Uchee Creek Army Campground and Marina — a place where active duty and retired military personnel, DOD civilians, their families and other eligible personnel can spend a weekend or an entire vacation enjoying the natural beauty of the scenic area.

Fort Benning’s Uchee Creek Army Campground and Marina offers the amenities expected from today’s RV traveler. We offer full-service RV sites and we're open year round with a manager onsite at all times. Uchee Creek also has 42 log cabins secluded under the shade of the Alabama pines . The cabins come in four sizes and are furnished with cooking and dining utensils, stove, refrigerator, heat and air conditioning, shower, lavatory facilities, cable TV and phones (the different types of cabins offered are listed on the bottom of this page).

Many come to Uchee Creek for its beautiful marina that offers a boat launching ramp, boat slips, docking facilities, gas, water, and electrical hookups. In addition we also offer rentals of pontoon boats, several types of fishing boats, bass boats and canoes.

We now offer a new RV Rally site and Activity Center. The Activity Center at the RV rally site features a kitchen with stoves, refrigerators, ice machines, large screen TV's and seating accommodations for up to 500 people. An outdoor picnic/barbecue area with two super cooker grills and 20 picnic tables. The recreational vehicle rally site can accommodate up to 250 motor coaches (dry camping) with trail vehicles making it the perfect place for rallies. For those who enjoy land more than water, Uchee Creek has an archery range, basketball and volleyball courts, a softball field, picnic pavilions, playground equipment and shuffleboard courts.

For special occasions, friends and family can gather at our lodge and relax before the warmth of the building’s fireplace. The recently renovated lodge seats up to 150 people and includes a refrigerator, ice maker, range, tables, chairs, and smoker/cooker barbecue grills. The lodge is perfect for unit parties.

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Loved everything about this place. What a wonderful campground to get away to. They are upgrading the water and sewer systems at some of the camp sites but they have signs all around saying "Excuse us while we fix up the campgrounds". The showers leave a lot to be desired. Nasty, but nothing a coat of paint wouldn't fix, also noted no hot water in the showers but since I am FMF then I am use to it. The store has a lot of space but offers very little. Better plan on bringing your own firewood too. Coming in through 165 to the camp was a lot easier than coming through Fort Benning.
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rickusnchief Reviewed by rickusnchief May 12, 2014
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May 6-9, 2014

Loved everything about this place. What a wonderful campground to get away to. They are upgrading the water and sewer systems at some of the camp sites but they have signs all around saying "Excuse us while we fix up the campgrounds". The showers leave a lot to be desired. Nasty, but nothing a coat of paint wouldn't fix, also noted no hot water in the showers but since I am FMF then I am use to it. The store has a lot of space but offers very little. Better plan on bringing your own firewood too. Coming in through 165 to the camp was a lot easier than coming through Fort Benning.

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We were on the road and called to see if we could make a reservation. We were told that a rally was going on for that weekend and the following week and the RV park would be full during that time. We made other arrangements nearby. During a trip to Fort Benning to use the Exchange and Commissary, we decided to drive through the park. Every site in the front section except one was occupied with a motorhome with a club emblem attached. There were no people around and no towed vehicles. Someone (don't know how true) said the rally was on weekends with the RV occupants going back home during the week and returning the following weekend. I just wonder how many authorized users to this park live within driving distance that they can go home and come back just for the weekend. I also wonder how many of these folks are not military connected and not authorized to use this park. I'll probably never know.
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Frank A. Reviewed by Frank A. April 09, 2014
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March 25, 1014

We were on the road and called to see if we could make a reservation. We were told that a rally was going on for that weekend and the following week and the RV park would be full during that time. We made other arrangements nearby. During a trip to Fort Benning to use the Exchange and Commissary, we decided to drive through the park. Every site in the front section except one was occupied with a motorhome with a club emblem attached. There were no people around and no towed vehicles. Someone (don't know how true) said the rally was on weekends with the RV occupants going back home during the week and returning the following weekend. I just wonder how many authorized users to this park live within driving distance that they can go home and come back just for the weekend. I also wonder how many of these folks are not military connected and not authorized to use this park. I'll probably never know.

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Be prepared for a great deal of construction throughout the park as they are actively working on upgrading the water and sewer system. Only negative we have was we did not have a picnic table and after calling the office none appeared the next day so went to the office and were told someone would meet us at our site with one, that did not happen either. Have been here many times and the abundant wildlife is always fun to watch and give snacks to. This is a very popular military campground so be sure to call as soon as rules allow.
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LamSan Reviewed by LamSan March 31, 2014
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March 21 to March 27, 2014

Be prepared for a great deal of construction throughout the park as they are actively working on upgrading the water and sewer system. Only negative we have was we did not have a picnic table and after calling the office none appeared the next day so went to the office and were told someone would meet us at our site with one, that did not happen either. Have been here many times and the abundant wildlife is always fun to watch and give snacks to. This is a very popular military campground so be sure to call as soon as rules allow.

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Several of us decided to meet up here prior to heading to South Texas for a while. This was my first time here and I was greatly impressed with the facilities, staff, and overall cleanliness of the the campground. Uchee Creek is out in the woods, but close enough to Fort Benning if you need to go to the commissary or PX. As others have mentioned, there is abundant wildlife all over the park. I opened my window shade one morning and had 3 deer staring back at me! Don't pay any attention to time here, because it will make you crazy! The campground is actually in Alabama (Central time), less than a mile from the river border with Georgia (Eastern time.) It's too close to the border for your phone or other electronic device to automatically change over and if you manually reset the time to Central, you can easily miss things like the commissary closing before you get there. Don't ask me how I know. LOL We got there before all the cold spells starting hitting the south, so the ground was still wet and muddy. Fort Benning is installing new water and sewer lines throughout the campground, so there are many soft muddy spots to watch out for. A toy hauler got stuck in the mud while we were there. If you have an America the Beautiful pass from the National Park Service, be sure to mention it when you check in. It will get you a pretty decent discount on the daily price. I'm going to try and get back here sometime when the weather is warmer. This looks like it would be a great place for a vacation!
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Sarge3398 Reviewed by Sarge3398 February 06, 2014
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Jan 15 - Jan 19, 2014

Several of us decided to meet up here prior to heading to South Texas for a while. This was my first time here and I was greatly impressed with the facilities, staff, and overall cleanliness of the the campground. Uchee Creek is out in the woods, but close enough to Fort Benning if you need to go to the commissary or PX. As others have mentioned, there is abundant wildlife all over the park. I opened my window shade one morning and had 3 deer staring back at me! Don't pay any attention to time here, because it will make you crazy! The campground is actually in Alabama (Central time), less than a mile from the river border with Georgia (Eastern time.) It's too close to the border for your phone or other electronic device to automatically change over and if you manually reset the time to Central, you can easily miss things like the commissary closing before you get there. Don't ask me how I know. LOL We got there before all the cold spells starting hitting the south, so the ground was still wet and muddy. Fort Benning is installing new water and sewer lines throughout the campground, so there are many soft muddy spots to watch out for. A toy hauler got stuck in the mud while we were there. If you have an America the Beautiful pass from the National Park Service, be sure to mention it when you check in. It will get you a pretty decent discount on the daily price. I'm going to try and get back here sometime when the weather is warmer. This looks like it would be a great place for a vacation!

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R.H. left this review using the Directory software: - Since we live only four hours away, Uchee Creek has become our "get away for only a few days at a time" RV Park. We visit several times a year, and always arrive with at least 100 pounds of corn for the deer. We love the place, and all of the comments you read are true. There have been many improvements made over the past few years, and the grounds are immaculate, especially when you consider the sheer size of the place. In fact, it can be quite entertaining on "mowing day" to just sit back and watch the crew mow the entire park in just one day. With all that said, it saddens me to write this review, because there is one issue which needs to be addressed: the bathhouse facilities. They are nothing short of atrocious. Filthy is the better word. Although they are cleaned every day (if you look at the checklist), there have been times during the last year that they were not touched for more than a week at a time. During my most recent stay, two of the three toilets were stopped-up and literally full of...well, use your imagination. They were like that when I arrived, and still untouched three days later when I left. Granted, some of the problems can be attributed to campers, but the fact remains that someone is getting paid to clean the facilities. I have spoken to management about this issue, and am assured that the facilities are inspected by a supervisor every day. So there's one more person getting paid for something they're not doing. Like I said, we love Uchee Creek, and will keep returning, but something needs to be done about this one little problem area.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy January 19, 2014
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2 Nov - 4 Nov 2013

R.H. left this review using the Directory software: - Since we live only four hours away, Uchee Creek has become our "get away for only a few days at a time" RV Park. We visit several times a year, and always arrive with at least 100 pounds of corn for the deer. We love the place, and all of the comments you read are true. There have been many improvements made over the past few years, and the grounds are immaculate, especially when you consider the sheer size of the place. In fact, it can be quite entertaining on "mowing day" to just sit back and watch the crew mow the entire park in just one day. With all that said, it saddens me to write this review, because there is one issue which needs to be addressed: the bathhouse facilities. They are nothing short of atrocious. Filthy is the better word. Although they are cleaned every day (if you look at the checklist), there have been times during the last year that they were not touched for more than a week at a time. During my most recent stay, two of the three toilets were stopped-up and literally full of...well, use your imagination. They were like that when I arrived, and still untouched three days later when I left. Granted, some of the problems can be attributed to campers, but the fact remains that someone is getting paid to clean the facilities. I have spoken to management about this issue, and am assured that the facilities are inspected by a supervisor every day. So there's one more person getting paid for something they're not doing. Like I said, we love Uchee Creek, and will keep returning, but something needs to be done about this one little problem area.

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Yes, I gave this all 5s. It is out of the way but that is what we wanted. Quiet, set on the water amongst the trees. Uchee Creek is part of Ft Benning, but it is actually in Alabama (south of Phenix City), not Georgia with the base. If you want to go to the commissary or exchange the back gate is a few miles away but easy access. There is a marina and equipment available to rent. Nice areas to walk. The deer are plentiful & seem to know they won't be hunted in the park area. However! Outside the park they better watch out! We travel with our best friends so when we can we like to get sites next to each other. Uchee Creek was very accommodating for us. The staff is quite helpful from phone calls to us stopping in the office. The office does have some supplies available for purchase so you don't have to go all the way in to the commissary. We enjoyed the fire ring every night when we didn't have rain. ATT cellphone signal was minimal if at all. They also have nice looking cabins scattered throughout the park. And some chalets that are in a separate section over on the water. This is our second visit to Uchee Creek & we will be back.
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3catstravel Reviewed by 3catstravel January 13, 2014
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Dec 16-22, 2013

Yes, I gave this all 5s. It is out of the way but that is what we wanted. Quiet, set on the water amongst the trees. Uchee Creek is part of Ft Benning, but it is actually in Alabama (south of Phenix City), not Georgia with the base. If you want to go to the commissary or exchange the back gate is a few miles away but easy access. There is a marina and equipment available to rent. Nice areas to walk. The deer are plentiful & seem to know they won't be hunted in the park area. However! Outside the park they better watch out! We travel with our best friends so when we can we like to get sites next to each other. Uchee Creek was very accommodating for us. The staff is quite helpful from phone calls to us stopping in the office. The office does have some supplies available for purchase so you don't have to go all the way in to the commissary. We enjoyed the fire ring every night when we didn't have rain. ATT cellphone signal was minimal if at all. They also have nice looking cabins scattered throughout the park. And some chalets that are in a separate section over on the water. This is our second visit to Uchee Creek & we will be back.

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This is one of the nicest military parks we have stayed in. The staff here are very helpful and pleasant. The park is beautiful... and well maintained, even the deer and squirrels are well mannered (chuckle, but true. I've seen where the deer are no longer afraid of people on literally are in your face if you are cooking outside.) The sites and roads are paved making it so nice for setting up. This is a plus as we are runners. The water pressure is not so great, but I can see they are working on it. The rest of the facilities make up for that issue. For the number of people coming in and out of this park, the staff does an excellent job of keeping this park so nice. I was here last year and some weekends the cabins and RV sites were full but there was never a lack of pleasant service, from any of the staff. I hope they keep it up because it also has the potential to be a historical site, if the dates on the manhole covers are correct.
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Chan4 Reviewed by Chan4 June 11, 2013
Last updated: June 12, 2013
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Jun 7 - 17, 2013

This is one of the nicest military parks we have stayed in. The staff here are very helpful and pleasant. The park is beautiful... and well maintained, even the deer and squirrels are well mannered (chuckle, but true. I've seen where the deer are no longer afraid of people on literally are in your face if you are cooking outside.) The sites and roads are paved making it so nice for setting up. This is a plus as we are runners. The water pressure is not so great, but I can see they are working on it. The rest of the facilities make up for that issue. For the number of people coming in and out of this park, the staff does an excellent job of keeping this park so nice. I was here last year and some weekends the cabins and RV sites were full but there was never a lack of pleasant service, from any of the staff. I hope they keep it up because it also has the potential to be a historical site, if the dates on the manhole covers are correct.

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Has been over two years since we have been here and what a nice surprise that the new section of 22 sites is now completed and our Zephyr fits here beautifully with plenty of room for the car and a clear shot for roof mounted Dish. The office/registration building has been redesigned on the inside and more staff available to help you individually as it can be busy at times with so many outdoor activities on this post handled by them and they were very friendly as well as knowledgeable. Sites are blacktop, very level and very large and not just for long term as we are here for 6 nights. The folks someone mentioned that were here with all kinds of stuff must have left or been asked to leave and there are very few RV's in the new area and absolutely no one has any stuff outside that looks like they live here. New brochure states homesteading is prohibited and the other areas of the campground look much better than in the past so at this time I have to say the homesteading prohibited rule is being enforced. The Golden Age Card discount price of $12.00 a day or $360.00 a month should get this place full as word spreads and folks know the new sites are beautiful and very large. We use our MiFi from Verizon and have no problems getting and staying on the internet. The exchange and commissary are large, clean, organized and employees are friendly and helpful.
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LamSan Reviewed by LamSan March 25, 2013
Last updated: March 26, 2013
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March 24 to March 31, 2013

Has been over two years since we have been here and what a nice surprise that the new section of 22 sites is now completed and our Zephyr fits here beautifully with plenty of room for the car and a clear shot for roof mounted Dish. The office/registration building has been redesigned on the inside and more staff available to help you individually as it can be busy at times with so many outdoor activities on this post handled by them and they were very friendly as well as knowledgeable. Sites are blacktop, very level and very large and not just for long term as we are here for 6 nights. The folks someone mentioned that were here with all kinds of stuff must have left or been asked to leave and there are very few RV's in the new area and absolutely no one has any stuff outside that looks like they live here. New brochure states homesteading is prohibited and the other areas of the campground look much better than in the past so at this time I have to say the homesteading prohibited rule is being enforced. The Golden Age Card discount price of $12.00 a day or $360.00 a month should get this place full as word spreads and folks know the new sites are beautiful and very large. We use our MiFi from Verizon and have no problems getting and staying on the internet. The exchange and commissary are large, clean, organized and employees are friendly and helpful.

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Short stay on the way from Florida back to SC. As usual this is a great place to visit for short or long stay. The new water lines are almost complete and a new power line is being run now. Also with the housing developments on Highway 165 there is a new cell tower making cell service much better.
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Scoggila Reviewed by Scoggila March 24, 2013
Last updated: March 24, 2013
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Mar 20 -21, 2013

Short stay on the way from Florida back to SC. As usual this is a great place to visit for short or long stay. The new water lines are almost complete and a new power line is being run now. Also with the housing developments on Highway 165 there is a new cell tower making cell service much better.

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Another nice visit to this park. They accepted our Golden Age Passport (Now Senior Pass) and charged us 72 dollars for the week. The daily rate with the pass is 12 dollars. WiFi is up and running throughout the park with excellent reception. I asked and was told that Fort Benning does not issue windshield decals any longer. Also, reservations can now be made on line. The temperatures during our visit was less than desirable with a couple of days below freezing. I just disconnected from the water on those nights and got through it. The only drawback to this location is the distance to the exchange and commissary for people who have to visit them every day. We don't. We make one trip. It's 12 miles from the park to those places. They have a new area way out back since I was here 3 years ago. On the brochure it is called "Long Term Parking". They have 22 very full hookup sites for homesteaders. It could be a nice place to stay but some of the homesteaders have everything they own on site. I saw one site with a truck, a car. 2 go-carts, an ATV and several bicycles. Several sites had large dog kennels and house size refrigerators and patio furniture on the patio. It reminded me of the projects that are in a lot of cities. They are beautiful for a while but after a couple of years become slums. This place will get that way very soon. But. As long as Uchee Creek keeps the homesteaders back there away from the front area I'll continue going there.
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Frank A. Reviewed by Frank A. March 19, 2013
Last updated: March 19, 2013
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March 3 - 10, 2013

Another nice visit to this park. They accepted our Golden Age Passport (Now Senior Pass) and charged us 72 dollars for the week. The daily rate with the pass is 12 dollars. WiFi is up and running throughout the park with excellent reception. I asked and was told that Fort Benning does not issue windshield decals any longer. Also, reservations can now be made on line. The temperatures during our visit was less than desirable with a couple of days below freezing. I just disconnected from the water on those nights and got through it. The only drawback to this location is the distance to the exchange and commissary for people who have to visit them every day. We don't. We make one trip. It's 12 miles from the park to those places. They have a new area way out back since I was here 3 years ago. On the brochure it is called "Long Term Parking". They have 22 very full hookup sites for homesteaders. It could be a nice place to stay but some of the homesteaders have everything they own on site. I saw one site with a truck, a car. 2 go-carts, an ATV and several bicycles. Several sites had large dog kennels and house size refrigerators and patio furniture on the patio. It reminded me of the projects that are in a lot of cities. They are beautiful for a while but after a couple of years become slums. This place will get that way very soon. But. As long as Uchee Creek keeps the homesteaders back there away from the front area I'll continue going there.

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I couldn't agree more with the comments posted here. This is a beautiful facility. Only drawback is possibly it's out of the way location. And I'm sure some people LOVE that. No argument, just a comment.
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cdbbdc Reviewed by cdbbdc February 15, 2013
Last updated: February 15, 2013
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February 15, 2013

I couldn't agree more with the comments posted here. This is a beautiful facility. Only drawback is possibly it's out of the way location. And I'm sure some people LOVE that. No argument, just a comment.

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Great place. Although there was a lot of trash on the trails and around the roads. If coming from Phenix City Al be aware there is not a sign for Uchee Creek like there is if coming from Post or north on AL 165. Going south on AL 165 watch for the Ft Benning sign, it's a left hand turn about 10 miles from the 431 split.
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mmneil Reviewed by mmneil January 30, 2013
Last updated: January 31, 2013
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Jan 28-31, 2013

Great place. Although there was a lot of trash on the trails and around the roads. If coming from Phenix City Al be aware there is not a sign for Uchee Creek like there is if coming from Post or north on AL 165. Going south on AL 165 watch for the Ft Benning sign, it's a left hand turn about 10 miles from the 431 split.

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The Uchee Creek campground has been our best ever experience in a military campground. The place is huge! The sites are paved, level and have loads of space. There are multiple laundry/shower/bathroom facilities spread throughout the grounds. It's a bit of a drive to get to the PX and commissary, but getting there is fairly easy. The AFEES gas stations have better diesel prices than on the economy. There's a Huddle House, Taco Johns, Burger King, Little Caesars pizza and Subway sandwich places on base in addition to the usual food court vendors at the PX. We couldn't have been more pleased with our stay.
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luvdiving Reviewed by luvdiving December 27, 2012
Last updated: December 27, 2012
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5 Nov to 28 Dec 2012

The Uchee Creek campground has been our best ever experience in a military campground. The place is huge! The sites are paved, level and have loads of space. There are multiple laundry/shower/bathroom facilities spread throughout the grounds. It's a bit of a drive to get to the PX and commissary, but getting there is fairly easy. The AFEES gas stations have better diesel prices than on the economy. There's a Huddle House, Taco Johns, Burger King, Little Caesars pizza and Subway sandwich places on base in addition to the usual food court vendors at the PX. We couldn't have been more pleased with our stay.

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Great stay to visit grand-daughter. This is a supper facility to visit for short or extended stay. Only negative comment is the low water pressure, but a new "city" water line is in the final stages of installation. Will definitely be returning to this facility when we are in the area.
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Scoggila Reviewed by Scoggila August 05, 2012
Last updated: August 05, 2012
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July 12 - 29, 2012

Great stay to visit grand-daughter. This is a supper facility to visit for short or extended stay. Only negative comment is the low water pressure, but a new "city" water line is in the final stages of installation. Will definitely be returning to this facility when we are in the area.

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They have internet, They have cable, they have clean bathrooms and easy to pull in or back in stalls. This was a pleasurable stay. I am getting ready to stay at West Fort Hood's park and simply can't believe they do not have WIFI. The Uchee Creek park is one I will use any time I am in the area.
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JasonBarrett Reviewed by JasonBarrett May 16, 2012
Last updated: May 17, 2012
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APRIL 2012

They have internet, They have cable, they have clean bathrooms and easy to pull in or back in stalls. This was a pleasurable stay. I am getting ready to stay at West Fort Hood's park and simply can't believe they do not have WIFI. The Uchee Creek park is one I will use any time I am in the area.

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Short stay on the way to Panama City Beach, FL. As usual found this facility to be in great shape. Per previous comments by another individual, I was able to use my "Senior Pass" formally "America the Beautiful Card" and receive a 50% discount. Improvements around the facility only make this place more outstanding. Only negative is directed at the inconsiderate "guest" that don't clean up behind their dogs and walk the through unoccupied sites leaving the mess for others to step in and clean up.
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Scoggila Reviewed by Scoggila December 31, 2011
Last updated: December 31, 2011
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28 - 29 Dec 2011

Short stay on the way to Panama City Beach, FL. As usual found this facility to be in great shape. Per previous comments by another individual, I was able to use my "Senior Pass" formally "America the Beautiful Card" and receive a 50% discount. Improvements around the facility only make this place more outstanding. Only negative is directed at the inconsiderate "guest" that don't clean up behind their dogs and walk the through unoccupied sites leaving the mess for others to step in and clean up.

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M.P. left this review using the Directory software: - Beginning Oct. 1, 2011, this campground accepts "the america the beautiful card" (golden access). The cost to stay in an RV site per night is $10.00 with the America the beautiful card. This is a beautiful park with plans to to make this the best campground in the East. This year improvements include new washers and dryers, 22 new pull through RV sites, paving the road to the executive chalets, a new fishing bridge, a remodel camp store, new system for a smoother check in, trees removed and new beautiful street lights through out the Campground. I am sure there have been many more improvements however these are the ones that I have noticed. The office staff is one of the best. They will go out of their way to help you. We get three bars on our verizon cell phone and I tether my blackberry so internet isn't an issue. They are working on getting free wi fi throughout the RV park... This is our second month long visit this year, and it won't be our last. This is a wonderful winter home ...and most times warmer then the gulf coast. Plans to build a new recreation center is in the budget for this year. The camp cove is open for games, card playing, hot dog night and a movie night. The base offers much to do and see. I almost forgot to mention the Large pool had a major overhaul this past spring... new tile, sanding and refinishing took place.. Nice to have if you spend anytime during the summer months here. My very favorite thing to do while staying here is to sit around the campfire with family and friends. A huge herd of deer stop by every evening and morning for whatever handouts we can spare. All the improvements have been made without a price increase.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy October 30, 2011
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May 13 to June 13, Oct 1 to Oct 31, 2011

M.P. left this review using the Directory software: - Beginning Oct. 1, 2011, this campground accepts "the america the beautiful card" (golden access). The cost to stay in an RV site per night is $10.00 with the America the beautiful card. This is a beautiful park with plans to to make this the best campground in the East. This year improvements include new washers and dryers, 22 new pull through RV sites, paving the road to the executive chalets, a new fishing bridge, a remodel camp store, new system for a smoother check in, trees removed and new beautiful street lights through out the Campground. I am sure there have been many more improvements however these are the ones that I have noticed. The office staff is one of the best. They will go out of their way to help you. We get three bars on our verizon cell phone and I tether my blackberry so internet isn't an issue. They are working on getting free wi fi throughout the RV park... This is our second month long visit this year, and it won't be our last. This is a wonderful winter home ...and most times warmer then the gulf coast. Plans to build a new recreation center is in the budget for this year. The camp cove is open for games, card playing, hot dog night and a movie night. The base offers much to do and see. I almost forgot to mention the Large pool had a major overhaul this past spring... new tile, sanding and refinishing took place.. Nice to have if you spend anytime during the summer months here. My very favorite thing to do while staying here is to sit around the campfire with family and friends. A huge herd of deer stop by every evening and morning for whatever handouts we can spare. All the improvements have been made without a price increase.

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J.H. left this review using the Directory software: We enjoyed this campground the most. It was an awesome experience. All need to go to the museum and enjoy. The room on Viet Nam was so lifelike. Gave chills as to just a minute part of what my husband went through. Saw alot of special parts that Uncles talked about in WWII thanks for the wonderful experiences. We will be back soon. Last time my husband was there was Basic @ Sand Hill in 65. Only thing I would recommend is a BIG Fan in Laundry room as very very hot.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy July 17, 2011
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June 15-20, 2011

J.H. left this review using the Directory software: We enjoyed this campground the most. It was an awesome experience. All need to go to the museum and enjoy. The room on Viet Nam was so lifelike. Gave chills as to just a minute part of what my husband went through. Saw alot of special parts that Uncles talked about in WWII thanks for the wonderful experiences. We will be back soon. Last time my husband was there was Basic @ Sand Hill in 65. Only thing I would recommend is a BIG Fan in Laundry room as very very hot.

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Great place to stay while visiting Ft. Benning. Poor water pressure at times, no water pressure because they filled the pool, no one told us in advance that they would be no water. Seem like it would have been to much trouble. Most sites are nice some need some work like cutting weeds around utility pedestal. Over priced compared to other FamCamps. Laundry room could use some cleaning and organization. Stayed in site # 3 - terrible Verizon phone service.
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gafidler Reviewed by gafidler June 04, 2011
Last updated: June 05, 2011
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20 May to 31 May 2011

Great place to stay while visiting Ft. Benning. Poor water pressure at times, no water pressure because they filled the pool, no one told us in advance that they would be no water. Seem like it would have been to much trouble. Most sites are nice some need some work like cutting weeds around utility pedestal. Over priced compared to other FamCamps. Laundry room could use some cleaning and organization. Stayed in site # 3 - terrible Verizon phone service.

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Short stay waiting out rain on return trip from Florida to South Carolina. Stay was enjoyable and the FAMCAMP was in great shape. Always glad to stop over here for long or short stay. MWR staff are friendly and helpful. Look forward to returning for a longer stay.
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Scoggila Reviewed by Scoggila April 03, 2011
Last updated: April 04, 2011
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Mar 29, 2011 - April 01, 2011

Short stay waiting out rain on return trip from Florida to South Carolina. Stay was enjoyable and the FAMCAMP was in great shape. Always glad to stop over here for long or short stay. MWR staff are friendly and helpful. Look forward to returning for a longer stay.

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