Holbrook Pond Recreation Area and Campground

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Oct. 16, 2018
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2.2
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
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1.0
Because of Hurricane Michael we could not use the CG. They charged my card and after it was canceled were suppose to credit the card but never did. This as been a problem with them since the 16th of Sept. I only get lip service.
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January 27, 2011
(Updated: January 28, 2011)
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2.0
My wife and I are on a month long trip away from the Michigan snow and cold. We tried to get a camp site at Ft Stewart as I was stationed here about 17 years ago. I was told that there were no empty sites available but when we drove through on the 27 of January we counted six sites empty. It appears that Ft Stewart is holding for friends and relatives. We seen the camp host but no one else moving around the campground. The Post itself is completely fenced off from the campground. It almost looks like the campground has been given over to the local population. I was very disappointed in this campground. I will not return to Fort Stewart.
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Oct 2006
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2.0
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2.0
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2.0
This campground is not Big Rig friendly. Lots of big pine trees. While most Class A motorhomes should have no problem; very few sites will accomodate 40' 5th wheel trailers with long wheel-based towing vehicles. The dirt/sand road leading into the campground was hard-packed and in good shape. (About .1 miles of the road was somewhat wash-board; but not that bad.) We were able to find a break in the trees and got our satellite to work and it stayed locked in all three days we were there. The campground host is a good guy - a young second lieutenant who volunteers to handle the duties as his community service. All but two sites were full when we got there. We did blow the breaker one time; but that was our fault for trying to run too much stuff on the 30 amp circuit. The tent sites that were occupied were largely taken by hunters to include civilians who can use the facilities. Probably a third of the sights were long-term occupants who work on the installation proper, which is 5-6 miles west of the campground.
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May 2006
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Road into and throughout campground are dirt & very dusty. Sites have concrete pad but poor 30amp electric. Lots of trees & could not get sattelite, however, price is right with Golden Age Pass at $6/nite.
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