29 Dec 16 - 1 Jan 17
Stayed for 4 days end of Dec. Park was less than half full and very quiet during our stay. The campground is clean and the facilities are new. Checked in at the recreation center during normal work hours so did not see the camp host during our stay. Sites are basically concrete, asphalt pads with wide gravel spacing between sites. Occasionally, you hear a propane cannon to scare off the geese from the golf course next door, but it wasn't too loud. Saw jackrabbits and a fox pass through during the day. Lots of coyotes in the area at night so don't leave your pets out. Wi-Fi worked ok, Verizon had good signal. No trees to block satellite dishes. Navy Exchange, commissary and gas station are located nearby although the gas station has a low overhang that is only 11'6". Plenty of places to eat in town. Good base camp to explore the area. We went into Death Valley, a 120 mile drive and also drove to Lone Pine, about 70 miles up Hwy 395. There are certainly closer campgrounds to these areas, but this one is super clean and a great bargain. We stayed here in a motorhome; would recommend this campground.