We enjoyed this campground. Followed signs from main gate directly to RV park, easy peasy. All paved roads to campground and then gravel in RV park. Had made reservations so knew which site to pull into. Nothing fancy about this RV park but had full hook-ups, so we were happy. “New” section is gravel without any vegetation around but fine with us. We had great views of the grassy hills and open space. Even though highway 101 is within sight, road noise was not over powering. Good cell service but no internet to be had. “Old” section is spaced out and grassy which could get messy with rains. This RV park worked perfectly for us to explore the surrounding areas. Appears to be a number of long term stay folks that maybe are base workers. Still were several empty sites during our stay. The base/post/camp was very quiet and minimum of activity during our week stay. Would imagine the pace picks up when a big training event is on-going. There is a very good and well presented camp museum for those interested in military history and this once largest basic training camp. Otherwise very few base services available. Fort Hunter-Liggett not that far away but their BX and Commissary are of the mini variety. There is also a base gas station but prices are high. (See review of their “campground”.)
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