Very disappointing, but typical of Air Force FamCamps we have been to. The facilities here are in need of maintenance. We stayed in the pull through area with water and power only. You can make reservations for this area. Roads and sites in this area are paved. The FHU area is mostly dirt and gravel roads. FHU sites do have a cement pad for your RV. On our fist site the voltage on one leg of the 50 amp service only had 7 volts. Moved to a second site it had an open ground. Moved to a third site to get good power. Check you power before hooking up to electrical here. Laundry room only had one working washer. $1 to wash and $1 to dry. Lots of dog poo around the Laundry Room. Pool was open and lots of people using it. There is a marina here. I don't have a boat, but the marina looks good. Previous reviews mention the amount of 'seasonals' living here. Just a rough guess is that near 50 percent are seasonals. Overall appearance of FHU area needs some cleanup.
We'd planned a 3 day stay but left after one night. The full service sites are full of long time stays. The layout there is kind of odd with half circle pull thrus. The part along the water is ok. We got partial hookup in a large gravel parking lot. The wind came up overnight and even with the slides put in the noise and rocking was uncomfortable. I know that's not management's fault but the place just didn't appeal to us.
We had our family reunion at the Goodfellow Recreation Camp in San Angelo Texas. The manager was very unprofessional and quite frankly rude. My experience there was very disappointing and I would not recommend having a reunion at this place at any time. I know we will not even consider it. My relatives were treated with disrespect and in trying to talk with the manager...he would not listen and he only wanted to show us how he was the "BIG BOSS". There are no spaces for handicap people to park and when my 85 year old aunt parked in a spot close to the reunion site...he made her move to the parking lot which was at least 100 yards away. She even had her handicap sticker. This was very upsetting to my other relatives. My daughter who was unloading food for the reunion was also treated with disrespect. He told her he was going to write her a ticket for parking. Yet, catering trucks were allowed to stay there for hours. Interesting??? Maybe the rec camp needs to invest in some better parking for those using the facilities. 100 yards away is a little far away for the handicap and those trying to unload. I also have other complaints, but this is sufficient at this time.
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