KBUG (Know Before You Go). When entering the base via the far right lane in an RV you will currently fall into a ridiculously deep dip right in the middle of your turn. If you value your jacks or your tow, go slow. In the past it has been SOP to exit the base via the lane that you came in (out through the in-door). Currently there is a sign indicating that this is what is expected. However, recently a gate guard declared that from now on RVs can depart using the far right hand lane and thus avoid the pit when leaving. Big rigs trying to gas up on base – the height of the awning is not posted. If you know you rig and want to chance it anyhow add a half a foot plus some bounce when your tires go over the one of a kind spill barrier surrounding the pumps or say goodbye to vent covers.
Nov 20, 2013
P.A. left this review using the Directory software: - Very quiet base. You almost wonder if anyone is assigned there. They have cement pads and everything around it is bare ground. It rained over night there was at least 4 inches of water around the pad and power pole. Some gravel would be nice. One nice thing is they have a wash facility big enough for your RV right across the street from the campground and it is FREE.
August 14, 2009
We arrived at 2 pm and 111 degrees. We never got power to our motor home trying 2 sites and it was too hot to keep trying so we checked into the guest house. The base reminded me of being in Saudi. They have free movies at the theater on Fri - Sun and we can use the mess hall for breakfast. We will stop again.
Feb 29 - Mar 5, 2009
We used this base as a stop off and to leave our rv there while we took a few days to visit family in CA. This is quiet and out of the way, small and homey. The BX is very small, so is the commissary. There is a good car wash free to use. You have to get a decal for your windshield & the entry guards tell you where to go. Then you can come and go as you wish. This area is ag land, so to the East of the campsites is a view out to the fields. We got to see the Blue Angels flying and it is quite a sight.
Dec. 23, 2008
L. R. submitted this review using the Directory software: Was just going to stop for one night. There were several empty spaces, but was told by MWR, I would have to use the overflow lot. When I asked about the empty spaces, was told those were taken by people who had already paid for six months and not arrived yet. The next morning the spaces were still empty!