We stayed 1 night on our way from Eglin to Patrick. Hosts were very nice. They accommodated us with a pull through site because I was towing a vehicle. Cable TV hook up worked fine. Cell and Virgin Moble MIFi 2200 worked well from the site.
We were very disappointed in this FamCamp. The slab where we were assigned was a joke for a big rig. We over-hung by about 20'. The front of our motorhome was so far off the ground that we had to use a stool under the steps in order to enter the coach. A ladder would have been better. The interior roads are not paved and threw dust on our tow car. It very much reminded us of an old outdated state park more so than a military FamCamp. The good part, it was easy to find. The woman on the desk was more interested in leaving early than taking time to register us. (We were there an hour and a half before closing time). Compared to all the other Fam Camps we've stayed, this one was inferior. We stayed one night.
We stayed at the Tyndall Fam-Camp for six months, the host was one of the most unfriendly "host" we have come in contact with. We had not stayed at this camp before and were not part of the "regulars" as the host referred to them. Maybe with new managment and new host this would be a nice place to stay.
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