First off I have to say the Camp Host, Phil and Terri were very friendly. We were greeted and given our packet and shown where we were to be parked. Everything was great. One word of caution to campers is that you might need an electrical extension and maybe an extra water hose because for some reason the electrical boxes and water connection were installed too far forward. The concrete pads are great. The cable hasn't been connected but we were able to get around 20 channels over our antenna. The campground was full during our stay and was very quite. Gate 9 is the easiest gate to get in but all gates are large enough for RV's to clear. After clearing Gate 9, you get into the left lane and go about 3/4 of a mile then turn left on Homestead Rd. Then turn left onto Rideout and get into the right lane. Follow the signs to Goss Rd. We ride in a 43" Class A. This was not our first stop here nor will it be our last. So far this is the best Army Campground we have ever stayed at.
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