First, one must realize this IS the desert, so be prepared for sudden wind / sand storms !!! (don't leave your awning out or windows open). Yes, we've been on the road for over a year, and while this is certainly NOT the best of military campgrounds we've stayed out, we took things in stride...and made it a wonderful couple of months. However, these are suggested improvements: Check in: Courteous, but not much information given out. Could use some area / base maps. Cable TV: The office should advise upon check in that the military book is incorrect...........there is NO cable TV. They should be able to offer a phone number for the closest station for long term stays if you want TV. Road conditions into the campground - sure could use some ashphalt !!! Hospitality at Hashmarks (SNCO club) - we found to be outstanding. Made some "pals". The gals "hosting" the club went above and beyond to make sure everyone was served and having a good time. Miss them. Golf: Not a bad "track", however the course wasn't in the greatest of conditions (we did consider the fact that it was winter). However, for just about the same price you can find a bargain by driving about 45 minutes to Palm Springs area. All in all, for the price and willingness to drive to LA or Simi Valley (hotel overnight stay) we look back at the winter stay with fond memories. God Bless Our Troops !!
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