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North Carolina 112109
Jan 2015
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We enjoyed our stay at Ft Fisher in early January, 2015 The sites are large and full service, although several are backwards (ie electric, water,/sewer, and/cable on wrong side), and pads are narrow. This can be overcome by pulling straight in, unhook, and pull TV through grass to back of RV. Base facilities are closed in winter, and that was ok with us. Wi-Fi is…ify. Cable required a converter (provided by MWR office) but worked fine. When we arrived it was one rig there, and we called the MWR office and they stated that we needed reservations… ok, but it is in the middle of the winter and one other camper is there. The washrooms/showers were excellent; water pressure and/hot water great. Staff was helpful in recommending restaurants (we recommend Jack Mackerel and drinks at Bud and Joes afterward). Located a few miles from Ft. Fisher and the Aquarium; excellent for bike riding and jogging and beach time during summer. The base is building new recreation villas that are looking great. We were heading south and took the Ft Fisher ferry to South Port, which was very enjoyable. DON’T PASS UP!
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January 25, 2016
We had the same experience being told we needed reservations (although the camp's website does not indicate mandatory reservations). My impression was that in reality the staff did want to handle any after-hours arrivals or did not want to set up after-hours procedures.
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