Wow!!! Has this place changed. At least 90% of the old WW II buildings have been destroyed. There are newly paved roadways through the most active part of the camp, and the staff is just as friendly and helpful as before. The old mobile home park has been leveled. The 10 new (since 2010) pull-thru sites have 20/30/50/W/S. Most of the older sites appear to be occupied by active duty personnel. In Sept, the scenery is somewhat stark. The surrounding hills are brown from lack of rain and the heat of the summer. However, we've been here in the spring, and those same hills are a beautiful shade of green. This place is the best value if you are visiting the area. The area includes Paso Robles, it's shops and wineries, San Simeon (Hearst Castle), Parkfield, or if you are interested in wildlife, explore the camp along the perimeter road. We've seen deer, fox, coyote, and turkeys. This is a favorite stop for us every time we travel between northern and southern CA.
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