September 21, 2013
We stayed in our 30 ft motorhome for 3 nights. I called the day before arrival to see if we could get in a day early and no problem. As we turned off the Highway - Keith from MWR saw us, flagged us down, signed the paperwork and we were off to our site. He was right behind us to make sure our garbage was empty and we were had everything we needed. The sites are very long and our site #1 level. The view of the water and sunset great. There are no amenities at this park but a short drive to gate 17 (the back gate open M-F) and you are on base. Also a short drive into Newport. This was a good experience for us and would recommend the campground for anyone.
June 27 thru July 10, 2011
Great park even though only water and electric. 50 amp available and only 6 sites. Terrific view of bay. Only suggestion is to not use the directions going down Stringham Rd, use Green Rd instead since greater than 90 degree turns are not recommended for 5th wheels. Naval base close with commissary, exchange, gas station with no diesel and WiFi at the cafe.
Great campground. All sites are on the water with excellent views of the bay. MWR staff was outstanding. No dump station but heard they may add one by next year. Currently have to use the dump at Melville Ponds Campground about 2 miles away. We will definitely visit Carr Point in the future.
Oct. 24-28, 2007
Other reviews do a great job of summing up staying here at Camp Carr. Directions from South & West are excellent. Ramada Inn on corner is now Courtyard by Marriott, who knows what next. Dinner train has run a couple of times in the evening. It's so quiet and peaceful here that the train whistle may startle you. Small price to pay for the beauty, convenience of staying here. As far as using Melville Campground to dump: for longer rigs--negotiating that tight right hand turn off Burma Rd, up hill, may be a challenge, as is the tight u-turn necessary in the campground to dump. We checked it out first.