Smaller CG with older facilities and hook-ups. Park manager was friendly, professional and accommodating. Office hours are 0830-1200 and 1400-1600 weekday (closed weekend so weekend check-in is with a camp host). Call a day or two ahead of time to determine availability. Park was generally clean, the interior campsites were well spaced level and had concrete patio pads with tables and/or chairs with umbrella. The exterior sites were on an asphalt parking lot very close to the flight line and with a large grass common area in the back. Perimeter asphalt sites had hook-ups at the very rear requiring an extra sewer hose to make the connection. Additionally, sewer hook-up was higher than the rig’s outlet preventing gravity from flowing water through the sewer tube. Dry-camping overflow is available - sign up in office for next available on first come basis. They are supposed to hold to a 14-day max stay and presumably the overflow wait list allows for occupying the next available spot. However, it appeared many were staying beyond the 14 day max making those in overflow wait several days. The designated overflow area gets really swampy in the rain. Not much to do on the base itself. Commissary and PX were a 10 minute drive off the base compound. Clean laundry with $1.00 for both washer and dryer. Campsite price is right at $17/night for what you get and good for a short stay if you need one in this area.
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