Fairways RV Park

Fairways RV Resort

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Location

Installation
Port Hueneme Naval Construction Battalion Center, Port Hueneme, CA
GPS Coordinates
34.1732, -119.2067
Location Information
Port Hueneme, CA

Directions

Directions
From Pacific Coast Hwy, (Rt 1) exit to go west bound on Channel Islands Blvd. About 6 tenths of a mile you have to make a left turn to go over Rice Blvd overpass. Left on Ventura Road to go South. Travel about 3/4 mile to the Main gate on the right and just past the new Seabee Museum. Turn right onto 23rd Street to the gate (the street changes names from Sunkist to 23rd Street at this intersection, just to make things confusing). Once past the gate, continue straight ahead. Go thru 3 stop lights, the last one is Pacific Rd. Two blocks down, turn right on Salsa Road. If you get to the railroad tracks and the 4th stop light you've gone too far. Go slow, 15 MPH speed limit. RV park is at the end of the Salsa Road.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(805) 982-6123
Fax Number
(805) 982-6123
Mailing Address
MWR Fairways RV Resort, Bldg 1534, Salsa Ave, NBVC, Port Hueneme, CA

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD Civilians, Guests.
Season
Year round
Reservations
Suggested. Active duty can make reservations 1 year in advance. Retired, DOD and all others may reserve 180 days in advance. Credit card required for reservation, but can pay cash or check at check-in. 30 days cancellation notice required. No shows are charged 1 night rent.
Internet Access
WiFi available in the RV Park.
Mail Forwarding
FedEx and UPS: (Your Name and Site #), MWR Fairways RV Resort, Bldg 1534, Salsa Ave, NBVC, Port Hueneme, CA ---- USPS: (Your name), c/o General Delivery, 560 East Pleasant Valley Rd., Port Hueneme, CA 93041
Pet Information
2 pets allowed with usual leash and clean-up rules. The following breeds are not allowed on base: Chows, Doberman Pinschers, Presa Cantos, Pit Bulls (American Pit Bull Terrier), American Staffordshire Terrier/Bull Terrier, Rottweiler’s and any Wolf Hybrid or any mix of the aforementioned breeds. Pet leashes cannot exceed 10 feet.
Campground Information
Higher rates are for DOD and civilians. 30 day stay policy, then 7 days out before returning. 30 days in and 7 days out can be repeated.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Facilities
Propane
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Playground
  • Golf
  • Diesel
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Fitness Center
  • Shoppete
  • Snack Bar
  • Class VI
  • Movie Theater
  • Museum
  • Car Wash

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Concrete (Pull-thru)
85
W/30,50A/S
$30 - $35
N/A
N/A

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Weather Information

Beautifully maintained park with large spacious sites.

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April 2, 2017

I am a retired DOD Civilian and my wife and I arrived on 4/2/2017. We were passed through the gate and welcomed by the camp host. Although the park could use some maintenance, we considered it adequate. On returning from a shopping trip Monday afternoon, we were stopped at the main gate and my wife was refused admittance. We were told that a retired DOD civilian could not sponsor anyone on base. My wife (a Navy veteran) spent the night in a motel. We moved to Seal Beach the following day and it turned out to be a much nicer park.

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7 April 2017

Weeds, Weeds and More Weeds. The pictures are way out of date, looks like someone cut way back on grounds keeping, dry weed infested sites, full of burs. Grass is gone way of the weeds, dead trees due to my guess of a lack of water. Poor shape from what it used to be when looking at comments. I will not waste my money here. We just came from Seabreeze RV south of here at Seal Beach, the grounds have grass, were mowed and kept up, a night and day comparison. If you're coming from the North, just keep going south. The only thing this base does have a commissary and exchange, so if you have to stop, stay one night, get gas, stock up and move to Seabreeze.

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Feb 13, 2017

Unbelievable. If you are planning on getting any mail while you are here...dont. No post office on base. Mail does not get delivered to camp ground. Staff must go into town to pick up the mail and that is a big if not when. Grounds keeping is far and wide. One day the mow 2 spaces, and weed trim another and than leaf blow another. Now when they weed trim they do a 10 foot section and skip 5 feet and start again. Management is not on site so you have young government employees unsupervised. Nobody can give you a straight answer when asked a question. There is a camp host but I have never seen anyone moveing around there. Now concrete pads, yes you would think on a seabee base they would have been level, no such luck, they slope left and crown in the middle with each end being different heights getting level requires one end of your motorhome to have the wheels up in the air, plan on a lot of blocking under the tires. It seems to me that with a little TLC this could and would be a great location to stay. Keep in mind this location is one of the most expensive Military camp locations I have been to. Golf course is playable at best again another location on this base that could use some structure and management. Employees are not the friendliest. The amazing point of this is I spent 27 years in the military with my last deployment in Iraq. Either the military is changing but in my day a military base was clean neat and well maintained.This whole base could use some structure and care. Perhaps with all the cuts in the navy taking pride in your base and duty station is not the case with the navy. a good wind good blow this place to the ground. 

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(Updated: October 04, 2016)
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4.3
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4.0
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5.0
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4.0

30 Sep-3 Oct 2016

We came down US 101 from the north so instead of following the directions off of Hwy 1, we did the following: Got off US 101 at Exit 68, Seward Ave. Made a left on Harbor Blvd which will turn into West Channel Islands Blvd. Turned right on North Ventura Rd and then just past the Museum, turned right on 23rd St. Then followed the directions after going through the gate. Saved a lot of time and the traffic is much easier to deal with. Stopped at the NEX gas station which is just past the gate on the left and filled up with diesel for $2.44 per gallon. The end island closest to the road has the diesel pumps with clearance of 13’ 8”. Check-in was a piece of cake. We stayed in the “new” section on a cement pad that was very level. Plenty long enough of our 40’ coach and room to park the towd. Verizon had 2 bars of 4g and there is no problem getting a satellite signal anywhere here. Washer and dryers are free. Free WiFi that most of the time is very good. Slows down in the afternoon and early evening. Every 24 hours you will need to log in again. About a 35 mile drive to President Reagan’s Library and Museum, a must see when you are in the area. Make reservations online for that.

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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

Aug 2-9, 2016

Great location makes the $30/night easier to take. (Just used to $18-20/night at most military campgrounds across the USA!) Nice campground. We have a 40' 5th wheel, which fit onto the pad, but the Ram 3500 dually had to be parked elsewhere. No way was it going to fit. It was also a little tight getting out of our spot, but still doable. Free internet worked well and took advantage of the free laundry. When we arrived, we had to wait over an hour for someone to return to the office. Wish we'd know about that, since I had called the day before, but no real biggie. Two dog parks. Every day I picked up poop that other people left behind. Oh well, is what it is. I'm sure we'll be back.

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Overall rating 
 
4.2
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5.0
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2.0
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0

June 30th - July 5th, 2016

This is my first review. Stay here for the July 4th holiday weekend, Thursday – Tuesday. I have stayed at Seal Beach in Seal Beach and Fiddler’s Cove in San Diego. I must say that are top of Line when it comes to RV parks. Spaces are wide and the parks are well maintained. Will visited again. This is my only drawback. This is 2016 and it’s a shame that undercover Racism is still here on the military bases. The Camp Host is the person I’m talking about. It’s 4 of July weekend. On Sunday he comes back with new rules from the base commander. I have no problems that, but here comes a unnecessary comment (Your music will have to go. My group average age is 60. We are listen to Jazz and Blues. We are a group of 6 Motor-homes. The 2nd incident was Monday @ 1900 the Camp host Stop at your site and said that he was making his rounds and stop the check to make sure that thing was alright. We are on the second and third row parked behind each other. I watch him go to the end of the row and turn left and then proceed to got to the back of the park and turn back to go into his spot. He never checked any other rows. But the other rows had parties going with many outside guest. If you are doing row checks then do row checks, not stop at the only Afro Americans in the park. All our neighbors enjoyed the weekend with us so much they asked where we are going next so that they can be there with us also. But as I stated the park in 5 stars. Hospitality 2 starts due to camp Host. 

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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

26, 27 June 2016

This RV Resort is ideal for a short or extended stay. There is a golf course steps away from the site, there is ample parking spaces and the hookup sites have ample size to accommodate all sizes of RV's. The restrooms were very clean and secured with a push key pad. The location is fairly close to beaches and a pier for fishing. The staff were very friendly and courteous, helpful and profesional. The Navy exchange is within walking distance. Small base everything is close by gas station, small movie theater front gate. The area is well manicured and clean. Overall for the price and value it was worth the amount paid. I would stay again and highly recommend it to others. Two thumbs up for this resort good job, Go Navy Rec.

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4.5
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0

11-14 March, 2016

Very nice facilities with large well kept sites.  Free laundry and clean bathroom and showers.  Great place for golfers with course a short walk from the Famcamp.  Seabee Museum on Base is new and interesting.  Large number of empty sites while we were there.

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(Updated: January 28, 2016)
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

January 2016

Gated community on a golf course. The camp is well maintained and has dozens of spacious pull through sites. The full hook ups and wifi were functional, though the wifi was tedious because of it's daily login requirements. Laundry was FREE. The commissary and exchange are close, but not walking distance. One of the best FAMCAMPs I've seen. It's close to the beach and the vehicle import facilities. Seal  lions adorn the docks if you know where to look. I had no problem entering and exiting the three gates. This is the home of the Seebees and you might have some additional entertainment as they practice tent set up, base defense or equipment operation. You can't find a better place, even if there were no winning lottery tickets just laying around.

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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

29 Jul-4 Aug 2015

This is my second time here, the first was 4 years ago. The FamCamp has really been enlarged and a newer Bathhouse to accommodate the larger numbers of RV's. The issue with a detention center/detour has been resolved, just not here anymore. I had a good WiFi signal my whole visit. Everything seems well organized and even when I called on a weekend to make reservations, no problems encountered. Kudos to the efforts gone into this place. Recommend to all.

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(Updated: August 08, 2015)
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

July 24, 2015 - August 10, 2015

This is a well run and clean facility with spacious pull through sites. Reservations were easy by telephone. Upon arrival one can choose a site based on availability. Laundry is free and the bathrooms were very clean. Convenient to Port Hueneme, Oxnard, Venture and Point Mugu. Sightseeing is convenient along the coast not withstanding traffic on the Pacific Coast Highway. Add to directions if traveling the 101, exit #64 - Victoria Ave, Turn left on W Channel island Blvd, then right on Ventura Blvd. Stay in right hand lane and enter the gate on 23rd Ave. Main gate, 24 hour gate, will be 50 yards. Do not use the Victoria gate as it is for commercial inbound only.

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4.7
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4.0
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5.0

Mar 28 - Apr 4, 2015

Very nice RV Park. We were surprised it was only about 25% occupied this time of the year. Staff was very friendly and helpful. Wifi was one the best we've ever had at a RV Park (still not 4G fast). Base has a good NEX and commissary. Enjoyed the free laundry (for now) and free movies on base. The Navy reservation system still needs to improve, but at least their trying to have a centralized reservation system. Enjoyed our visit!

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January 2015

One of the nicest fam camps we have been to. Staff is very cordial and makes you feel welcome. Free laundry and free coffee every day. All spaces are pull through and level and clean and wide enough for your vehicle. Highly recommend to everyone visiting the area.

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3.7
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4.0

Jan 2015

KBUG (Know Before You Go). The back gate on Victoria is no longer RV friendly and it is not posted. No one seem to know which gates you can use or agrees on their hours. What is certain is that the base does not want RVs at the back gate now. HC

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4.9
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

August 12-14, 2014

Base stickers no longer required for entry onto the base. ID's for everyone over 16 years old, that's it. Clean, well manicured park! Didn't sense any activity or noise from the adjacent illegal (?) camp. Restrooms/showers are model. Camp Host Bob very attentive and on top of issues/problems. Quiet and spacious. We will be back!!

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3.1
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2.0

July 19, 2014

Unfortunately Fairways RV Park has some issues at present. The instructions to reach the park need to be modified. Salsa road has been closed to accommodate a detention facility housing Illegal Immigrant "refugees". To reach the park turn right on Pacific Drive, left on 10th Avenue and at the first stop sign turn right to enter the park through the old emergency exit located on the opposite side from the check in office. There is very little signage at present. The detention facility occupies about one block adjacent to the park and is made up of a number of tents, catering trailers, etc. At night the facility is lighted by light stands powered by very noisy generators. The very strong lights also light up a portion of the RV Park. In the early evening the noise level from the facility can be very annoying. No one seems to know how long this will last. The park seems to have adequate wifi which was recently installed, but no cable TV and apparently no hopes to get it soon. As we don't have satellite TV we are trying an HD antenna with very marginal results. While other parks seem to be full this one at present seems less then half full. We are checking out early!!

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4.2
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4.0
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4.0

22 Jul 2014

As reported by other recent visitors this facility is in great shape, well manicured and maintained. Hard surface streets and concrete pads are all level (only minimal variation) and serviceable. Attending personnel are friendly and helpful. Check in is quick n simple. More than one dog run is available so there is plenty of room to exercise your pooch. Bathroom and shower facilities are squeaky clean. Except for occasional sirens from a nearby street, the park is 'church mouse' quiet. A great contrast from the thousand mile an hour activity outside the base. Much to do/see nearby. The US Navy is a great host.

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(Updated: November 21, 2014)
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3.6
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4.0
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4.0
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2.0
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4.0

July 1, 2014

(Nov 21, 2014 Edit - The below information is no longer valid). ALERT!!! If you are traveling here for 2014 4th of July please read this....the directions on website are always accurate, HOWEVER, the recent influx of immigrant children has affected this RV park. DO NOT go turn on Salsa Avenue, turn right on Pacific Avenue which is one street prior after coming through main gate off of Ventura Road. You will turn left onto 10th which is where the BeeHive Recreation center is located (you have gone too far if you are at golf course). They have opened a back gate into RV park which is directly behind Rec Center. You will need to drive perimeter of park to get to check in building....the refugee camp is located adjacent to the campground & no one knows how long it will be located there.

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4.2
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4.0

27 FEB --- 3 MAR 2014

Nice place, well built, and well run but as the price to maintain the MWR Organization creeps upward I will have to let go of one of my nicest benefits -- FAMCAMPing. BEK

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October, 2013

It's interesting how one thing changes the overall experience for us. Our time at the Fairways RV Resort was great except for one thing. As a previous reviewer said -- the water comes on each day and gets our motor home all wet on one side. That would be no big deal, except the water is so hard, that it leaves semi-permanent water marks and ruins the wax job on the RV. And it is VERY hard to remove. It is quite a project to remove the unsightly water spots along the whole side. So, in spite of the fact the RV park is well maintained, is in great shape, has free laundry with a great staff (friendly and helpful), we are going to have to think again about visiting that place. All the sites are on a great pad with nice amount of room between sites, but I get water spots all over the side of my RV. Do I want to go through all that again: washing, wiping, polishing, rubbing, scrubbing, polishing -- to get off the water spots? I don't think so.

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