We spent a weekend in this park. Tried to call in on Saturday to inquire about space and got voice mail and no call back (didn’t expect one because it was the weekend). Pulled in and checked at the office and found that there was a list of open spaces. We took Space 59, one of the newer pull thrus. The space was nice and wide with a level, concrete hardstand, picnic table and full hook-ups. The WiFi antenna was next door so reception wasn’t an issue. The park is set up with two areas, one older which appears to be longer term residents and the new area with more of a transient population. Recommend that when you are entering the base to go through the Maxwell Gate, past the Visitor Center. This gate has the commercial vehicle entrance and it is a straight shot through the entrance. As we exited on Monday morning we were able to exit the Kelley Gate, which is open on weekdays. While you are in Montgomery take some time to see the city. Downtown is surprisingly pretty and there is a wealth of history to see. We had dinner in “The Alley” in a pretty good BBQ joint; it is located across the street from the Montgomery baseball team field. My thanks to the staff for keeping the park so clean and neat.
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