First off, I should say for $10 a night for full hook ups I guess you can't go wrong. Having said that, we would not stay here again. We came in on a weekend, so no help from the RV park manager, who doesn't work weekends. The signage for the RV park was terrible and after taking a long, fruitless tour of the base we ended up back at the main gate somehow and asked the soldier there for directions. Even with directions it was difficult to find the park due to construction detours. Calling this an RV "park" is generous. It is a dump. The whole base is, sadly, a dump. What an insult to our fine National Guardsmen that they are forced to train and work on this shameful base. The base itself is ten miles or so from the nearest town, and the RV area is another four miles or so inside the base. This is certainly not a place to spend a week. If you are passing through this area then perhaps a stop would be okay for one night. Using this place to sightsee from would be a mistake. We had planned to stay four nights but left after one. Of the dozens of famcamps we have stayed at over the past few years this is by far the shabbiest.
T.P. left this review using the Directory software: - While the office personnel were very nice and helpful that was about the only good thing about our visit to this camp. We made reservations for two (2) days in a pull thru site well in advance and were assigned a site number. Two days prior to our arrival we were contacted and told our site number had changed. When we arrived the nice lady at the desk informed us that the people in the site that we were assigned to had failed to vacate the site so we would be put into a back in site. No big deal as I had intended to drop the Toad anyway. When we got to the site there was no pad gravel or otherwise heck there wasn’t even a path just a pole with a number on it. After leveling up a process which required some moving around to find a spot level enough to be able to level the coach, I went out to hook up. Had electrical and Sewer but no water there wasn’t even a pipe much less a faucet. Ended up moving to the other open site putting my rig between two sites because it didn’t have water ether and running my sewer hoses to one site and sharing the water with the occupied adjacent site after I repaired the leaking faucet. We cut out planned visit short and left the next day never to return.
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