Hunter Army Airfield is located in Savannah, Georgia along the intra-coastal waterway and offers picnicking, camping and boat docking amenities at Lott's Island picnic area, campground and marina. Rent household equipment, grills of all sizes, a camper or choose from a variety of boats with inboard/outboard motors. Pass and permit offices sell hunting and fishing licenses at both Hunter and Fort Stewart.
Lotts Island RV Park
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Feb 2, 2017
Were rather disappointed when arrived as area quite unkempt. We chose our spot and hubby impressed with hookups. Site served our purpose for a short stay. MWR office where you check-in is closed Tuesday and Wednesday as previously noted. Very poorly run as one person trying his hardest to handle it all. We were very saddened to see what could be a great park minimally cared for. This park appeared to be laid out well with good equipment then abandoned. Very sad!
Tried for 3 days to get someone to answer the phone. No Joy. Finally called the main number at Stewart and spoke to a lady who said the Supervisor Susan would call me back. After another day and no call I called back again and spoke to Susan. She gave me 3 or 4 excuses why the phone was always busy or no one answered. She finally said the custodian would be calling me back in 30 minutes. That was 2 hours ago and still no call. I will definitely by pass this location in the future. They do not care about customers. Rude and inconsiderate to say the least. I am also sending an email to the Post Commander.
We stayed here for 2 nights passing through. We had reservations but there's no office or camp host so we had to dis-connect our toad to drive to the other side of the base to outdoor rec, unfortunately the outdoor rec is closed every Tuesday and Wednesday so we left our payment with someone who was working in the same office but doesn't deal with the RV park. They have a very nice fishing pond on base that has very clear water and a lot of fish. Don't get your hopes up though cause you must purchase a Georgia state fishing license and purchase a base fishing license and this is strictly enforced on this base. I didn't want to fish but my kids really wanted to go fishing here but kids of any age are not allowed to fish unless the parent purchases a GA license and base license even if you don't plan to fish and it's only for your child. Also there is a small commisary and exchange but it is on the other end of the base, it's quite far.
Ok, many of the previous comments are spot on. At one time I suppose Lott’s Island RV Park was something that the base cared and supported—financially and otherwise. Not the case now, but I encourage my fellow RV’ers to not be discouraged. It is many squatters here but it is still room for anyone passing through. We arrived and the MRW office was closed, we simply found an empty space and set up, and encourage others to do so. Called MWR the next day and asked to reserve space, was told that no vacancies existed. 2 hours later stopped by the office and stated that I wanted to pay for RV site X and would be staying for a few more days…no problem, money taken and no questions asked. Signs leading to the CG state you must have reservations or stay in the overflow (it took us until the next day to find overflow). For Overflow, head past CG towards Lott’s Island and you will see "RV Overflow" Signs on the right…very nice and for 6 bucks a night it was tempting for us to move there. Sites offer 30/50, water, sewer, cable (could not get cable to work), and Wi-Fi. Wi-Fi worked better than some 5 star CG’s we have stayed at, may have been our location but worked great. Gravel pads, very narrow, and some are difficult to get into. A lot of negatives (as discussed by earlier posts) but we liked our 4 day stay, It is quiet here, very convenient (Bass Pro Shop and Wal-Mart less than a mile away) to Historic Savannah, golf is great, nice and quiet, and the base is full service. Don’t expect any 5 star treatments but don’t be discouraged from this diamond in the rough.
We stayed here for 2 weeks visiting friends and enjoying the Savannah area. This is the third time we have stayed and always find the campground a reasonable value and haven't experienced some of the problems others have described. We have always been able to find a "hole" in the canopy of trees to get signal for the satellite. There are fewer homesteaders than we remember, though there are some units we saw there last year. The lack of a bath house and laundry does not bother us, as we use those in our RV.
We read all the recent warnings about Lotts Island at Hunter AAF, and decided to take advantage of its location near Savannah for our 2-night stay anyway. We were pleasantly surprised at the campground. It's rustic, yes, with moss-covered trees making the area picturesque. Big rig owners looking for a resort atmosphere may be disappointed, but for us, we liked the natural environment ... and another couple we chatted with agreed. They plan to stay a month. The young lady in the MWR office was friendly. Location: excellent. Cleanliness: no problem. Amenities/Facilities: lacking, but it's a big Army post. Value: weird: Civilians can stay there for $35 (once they get through the gate); Military for $22 a night; AmeriPass (Golden Age Passport) for $18.
10-15 August 14
This was not a bad stay and I recommend Lott Island to anyone who does not need/require amenities or any assistance from the MWR management or campground staff. We arrived Sunday afternoon, had a nice stay on the campground, and left Friday afternoon. Not once, during our stay, did we see anyone from MWR management or the campground staff. I'm not saying this is necessarily a bad thing, just very different from any other campground we have ever visited. I did call the MWR office when we were departing to tell them we deposited our payment check in their drop box at the maintenance shed on the campground.
We chose to come to Lotts Island RV Park since it was so close to Savannah GA. I think this was a mistake and I should have turned off at Ft Stewart instead. We called the day before arriving to see if they had anything available. Mike told us he'd have to check with the woman who worked there and that he would call us back since she had to make a trip to the RV park to check what was open. I guess their "books" are inaccurate. WE made 3 more calls to no avail and Mike NEVER returned our calls. Since Mike "thought" there was a site open, we gambled and headed to Lotts Island to see the following day. After arriving, we pulled into the RV park and unhooked to go over to the MWR office since it's a long trek. Good thing we did unhook since the parking lot at the MWR office is not RV friendly with gravel road and lots of potholes. When we checked in, they still weren't sure if they had space. We finally got a slot for 2 nights, but NO information is provided from the staff unless you know what to ask for. We forgot to ask if there was a wifi password, our mistake. After getting back to the RV park and trying to connect to the wifi, it REQUIRED a password. I called back to the MWR office and they didn't answer the phone for over 30 minutes! Once they finally did answer, they weren't sure of the wifi password. Make sure you connect to the HB_Campground3 network…it's the one the password works on. The RV Park is a gravel road and each of the power poles is surrounded by LARGE YELLOW cement/metal poles. We saw yellow paint on MANY of the RVs, so it's obvious that there was contact. Also, some of the slots (site 8) are really hard to get into. One individual was assigned site 8 and chose to dry camp since he couldn't get his 5er into the spot. The wifi is spotty! It does work, but goes up and down. They claim they have CATV, but they need to remove this from their amenities. They do have a CATV hookup, but only ONE channel comes in! We chose to use the antenna and received many more…all of the local channels (12 in all). The sites have large cement pads for the picnic table (which by the way is attached to the cement and can't be moved). Also, each site has a fire ring! The road in the RV Park is gravel (at best) and has many potholes. Also, the drive around the park puts you "danger close" to other rigs already parked since the sites are very close to the road -- watch out for those yellow poles. The sites themselves are somewhat level, but one gravel which is deteriorating. NOTE: the sites around site 8 are downhill and appeared to be "damp" even though it hadn't rained in a while. It looks like these sites become "lakes" during rains. I would stay in sights 1-4 or 10-16. Finally, you will find SEVERAL of the residents are LONG TERM residents or active duty people LIVING in the park. With only 16 sites, over half are TAKEN all of the time! It's obvious that the MWR Staff ignores the RV Park and doesn't come over to help things run smoothly probably because of the long drive! If they had a camp host or took a little more interest in the RV park, it could be a real gem. The park is unkept and ignored. I would only recommend this RV Park if you want to be close to downtown Savannah (still a drive and the traffic is horrendous during rush hour) and the mall (it's right out the gate). If not, go to Ft Stewart if you're in the area.
April 10-14, 2014
Entry was 3 miles from where we parked the RV yet there was an entrance right next to the camp area. After setting up you had to drive 2 miles back to the post to pay your fee. There was no contact person if help or assistance was needed. Sites were small for big rigs as well as half the spots were home to active duty members and areas around their rigs was unkempt. The road into the campground was barely visible for the leaves all over and potholes. Could not extend a slide-out due to the height of the water/sewer post and the narrowness of the drive from the concrete slab. The campground is definitely not worth $22 a night.
28 March, 2014
We called last week for reservations for this weekend and were told they were full up and had no vacancies. We came to Tybee Island instead. Today we drove up and there were several empty sites that we could have used. After seeing the place I am glad we did not stay there. Full of home steadeer and some RV have weeds growing around and under them. The sites were very tight and narrow. Who ever planed this campground has never been a camper. The cement patios would be very nice if they were a couple feet further from the steel posts agound the hookups. Just a bad experience driving a car through the place. Will not be back.
20 November 2013
E.S. left this review using the Directory software: - We made reservations for a site for three nights, starting on 20 November. We arrived on the 20th to find the office closed. The office is closed on Tuesday and Wednesday. When we made our reservation, but they did not tell us the office was closed two days a week. There was no camp host, so we were on our own. We checked out the campground and there were NO open sites. We had to chose between dry camp there or move on to another RV park. We will never return to Hunter AA RV park!
Oct 30, 2013
We arrived in our 30 foot motorhome - had a reservation made 2 months out and confirmed the week before arrival. However, we arrived and no sites were available. People pull into an empty site and stay even if they have no reservation. The staff does not make them leave for someone that has a reservation, what they did do was have us park next to a site and share the power (each site has 50amp and 30 amp avail). Everyone we talked to (there were several of the 16 sites) were permanent - people even leaving their RV and driving on a vacation in their car. Would be nice to have a camp host on site to monitor the site assignment. Having said all that--there was cable TV (plenty of stations), internet (you have to ask at the office for the password), nice concrete pads and picnic tables. Location was great for visiting Savannah.
Jul 12 - 15 2013
HAAF directions are accurate and easy to follow. When it says to take an immediate left turn just inside the gate, believe it. I was there during the very bad rain mentioned in the previous review. It was very bad. I was in lot 6 and it was so flooded we could not park at the RV and walk to the door. I looked at trying to dig a ditch to drain the water, but it road is graded that way and it is rock. The cable was very limited, in fact I could get more off of the antenna. No internet except for cell phone. No camping ground facilities whatsoever. The post is small, but has good facilities. In general all were friendly and helpful. I do question why they put "homesteaders" in the pull thru slots. I had to work very hard to put my 38 ft 5th wheel into a badly angled back in.
July 16, 2013
As other reviewers have stated, this place is a mud hole when in rains! When the sun's out and it drys up some, it's fairly attractive. They have 16 sites. A "few" homesteaders is probably quite and understatement. Also, the fact that it's mostly pull-throughs with a few back-ins is reversed, in my opinion. We came for 4 nights with a reservation. All the nice sites (and pull-throughs) were taken by long-term campers (all but one locals). It had been raining for days and we were stuck with the last back-in that you could walk from the dinghy to the RV. There were 2 other sites left when we parked. The other 13 were mostly locals and looked like they had "set up for the summer." Whatever the site says about a 14-day limit is obviously not enforced. Maybe that means you can come in every 14 days and pay for the next 14 days. One other RV showed up while we were there and took a back-in that was under water when it was raining. Since that was a 42 to 45 foot coach, he wouldn't have had a place to park if we had taken that one. No showers, laundry, WiFi, etc; bare bones camping. Yes, they have cable, and that's great because the trees block satellite; but, I only found 37 channels. With public access and duplicates; maybe 10 to 15. Lest this sound completely negative, I was glad to have a place with full-hookups in Savannah for $22 a night. The electric was good, the water had good pressure, and our Verizon phones and MiFi worked great. I enjoy staying on-post, inside the gate and security checks. I would come here again. Finally, I'm not sure how they manage reservations. We made one, but they've been closed the whole time we've been here. If a "drop in" takes the last site; what about your reservation? I don't know how that works. There's only one site left now and they're still closed. What if a drop in takes it and someone had a reservation? An on-site host would be nice.
L.S. left this review using the Directory software: - Very handy to everything in Savannah. Needs some serious work though. There are several homesteaders. Especially the site with the padded lawn furniture. It is in the woods and muddy when it rains. They did mow the grass, but left all the clippings that blew onto our patio there. They never weed-eated, and the grass around our fire pit was taller than the pit. It could be a lovely park, but someone needs to take care of it!!!!
April 4 - 9, 2013
We stayed here in our 40' 5th wheel with no issues. The sites are mostly pull thrus off the road with a couple back ins. There is a number of trees around the sites which give the campground it's feel. All the sites had a fire pit and a cement pad with picnic table. If you have a DoD sticker, the gate is just outside, easy in easy out. Savannah has a lot to offer and access is great. The park is a basic FHU park with no other amenities. We had no problem with the voltage, water pressure was good. Their cable channels left a lot to be desired but did have the basics (6 or 7 channels only). We were able to get our satalite but some of the spots whould be hard pressed to get satellite. We would stay here again when in the area.
March 14, 2013
We are in Savannah on a Yankee Tour for the St. Pats Parade and it has been about 12 years since we had seen the campground so decided to check it out. It was about half full and no one around to talk to so used an average rating based on what we could see. The location to all the fun stuff in Savannah is great but it is very treesy so probably would have difficulty getting a signal to watch TV via satellite and did not see any cable being used. The sites are located very close to the roads going through the campground and many you would have to be very careful that your slides did not hit the large metal yellow posts around the electric pedastal. We actually did see a fifth wheel have a slide touching the post but it look like an abandoned unit. The grounds were thick with dead leaves and branches so you would have to walk your pets on the roads I guess but probably come spring time this would be cleaned out. Doubt our Zephyr would be able to maneuver in and out of most sites due to trees and posts but one or two sites might be okay. Since no one around we could not ask about the low voltage someone previously mentioned.