Potential is there, needs some clarification. Staff is great, used access pass for $2. off rate. Located off base and you will drive by Outdoor Rec (red building), then Eagles Nest cg (right side), and at the bottom of the hill and over the bridge (read weight limits in other reviews) is Fletcher's Fork cg. IMPORTANT - At outdoor rec they will provide a free 50 amp to 30 amp convertor or you may purchase for about $30. First up is Eagles Nest cg - not level but doable, gravel, back-in, forested, loop design, not satellite friendly, 30 amp sites. The $ washer/dryers are here. Also if I remember right Eagles Nest is labeled as recreational trailer vehicles ???? so it will take a double look. Next is Fletcher's Fork (at the bottom of the road) - level, open, paved, pull-thru cg with 20 amp or 50 amp sites, but you will need to disconnect either your truck or toad (sites not quite long enough). We would stay again.
Actually we did not stay. We called ahead and got directions. I told the gentleman over the phone we were in a 40ft RV and would be arriving around 8pm. I got directions and was told I had to go a certain way due to the late arrival. We had no problem until we reached the one lane bridge with the 9 ton weight limit (remember I'm in a 40ft 36,000 lb coach). I had to turn around in a field pulling a toad in the dark. Ended up staying at the Wal-Mart. It would have been nice if the gentleman would have told me about the bridge weight limit and an alternate route.
Not what we thought. The Fletcher's Fork while designated for big rigs but very small with no parking spaces for the toad. Cannot find the laundry. The firing from the range, located adjacent to the park, is not a good place for sensitive dogs. The single lane bridge sign says for vehicles not over 9 tons, most large rigs are well over that. Verizon phone gets one bar and web stick does not get a signal. Overall OK but would rather be in a different park.
We never actually camped at this park but we spent many hours playing at the playground that is located near the camp ground. We always said that we would never camp at this camp ground because of the cost of the park, the location of the park and the fact that there is no cell phone/ internet reception. The park is way too expensive for what is located at the campgrounds- too expensive and not much to do. It is a good distance to the commissary and post exchange. The px is the largest in the world, so that's a bonus. Hopefully they will either lower the prices or add to the camping experience. Way too expensive!!!!!
We stayed there for two nights. We used it as a base because my wife and I grew up in the area. Can't beat the price. It will be much better when construction of new park is complete. Good for passing thru and short stays.
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