Agave Gulch FamCamp Featured

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Location

Installation
Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ
GPS Coordinates
32.179756, -110.860721
Location Information
Davis-Monthan AFB, Tucson, AZ
RV Gate Coordinates
32.191864, -110.87523

Directions

Directions
EAST BOUND: Exit I-10 N at Alvernon Way (Exit 265). You need to turn left on Alvernon Way and THEN get in the right lane. Keep in right lane as it changes names to E Golf Links Rd. Follow road about 4.5 miles and turn right on Craycroft Rd. Go thru main gate. ---- WEST BOUND: on I-10 take exit 270 at KOLB Rd. North 6.6 miles to Golf Links then left (West) to Craycroft. Left (south) into main gate. ---- ONCE ON BASE: Left on Quijota Blvd. Go about 1.1 miles to FamCamp office on right side of street (across street from the camp site).

Contact Information

Phone Number
(520) 747-9144
Mailing Address
Agave Gulch FamCamp, 6170 Quijota Blvd, Bldg 6015, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85707 (Not for guests mail).

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD civilians, Guests.
Season
Year round.
Reservations
Not accepted.
Internet Access
Free WiFi throughout the park, including the overflow area. 5 DSL hookups at the FamCamp office, open 24/7. Sprint and Verizon EVDO Broadband Card works in Broadband mode with good coverage.
Mail Forwarding
(Your name), c/o General Delivery, Tucson, AZ 85726-9999 (located 6 miles from base). -- FedEx, UPS, DHL: (Your name), c/o Agave Gulch FamCamp, 6170 Quijota Blvd, Bldg 6015, Davis-Monthan AFB, AZ 85707
Pet Information
No limitations, other than normal leash and clean-up rules. Doggie park available.
Campground Information
21 day limit when camp is full, can be renewed for another 21 days if vacancies. FamCamp office open 7 days/week from Oct - Apr and Mon - Fri from May - Sept. Hours are 0800 to 1700. However, the lobby is open 24/7. After 1700 choose available site from board outside of office. Some backin pads, most are pull thru's. ---- Twenty-five sites in the Horseshoe are available for 3- or 6-month contracts. 3-month contracts are available for $1,890, payable on check-in. 6-month contracts are available for $3,843, payable upon check-in. No reservations. Guests can stay no more that 21 days at the park before beginning their 6-month stay. After the 6-months (183 days) you must leave the park for for 24 hours.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Facilities
Auto shop.
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Playground
  • Picinic Area
  • Golf
  • Library
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Fitness Center
  • Shoppete
  • Swimming
  • Snack Bar
  • Class VI
  • Movie Theater
  • Post Office
  • Car Wash

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Hardstand
198
W/20,30,50A/S
$20- $25(guests)
N/A
See Camp Notes
Overflow
Unlimited
None
$9 - $15(guests)
N/A
N/A

Other Information

Firearms Policy
If staying more than 3 days the base requires firearms to be registered with the base armory. Individuals retain possession. Forms and armory location are available to guests upon check-in at FamCamp office.
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Weather Information

A top-rated, popular military campground in the Arizona sunbelt. While it is full most of the time in the winter, there is plenty of overflow space and there is a fair rotation policy into the FHU sites. Received the Campers Choice Award for OVERALL BEST Military Campground in 2007, 2008, 2009, 2010 AND 2011 (Western USA)!

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J.H. left this review using the Directory software: - This was our first visit to this campground and it was an excellent experience. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The facilities were well maintained. The WIFI was slow, but worked at our site. We really enjoyed the PIMA Air and Space Museum and the Bone Yard tour, which I consider a must do at this location.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy August 03, 2014
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June 2014

J.H. left this review using the Directory software: - This was our first visit to this campground and it was an excellent experience. The staff were all friendly and helpful. The facilities were well maintained. The WIFI was slow, but worked at our site. We really enjoyed the PIMA Air and Space Museum and the Bone Yard tour, which I consider a must do at this location.

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Location is great. this is the desert, so I have to expect that the ground around you is not grassed, only rock. the water quality was not good, I found it cloudy, thanks for the water filter. The power supply was not without problems. I had surges that caused my plug to burn and kick my breaker. Minor problems, the base facilities are great and all was pleasant. Desert life sure is different. This time of the year it was hot, could not enjoy being outside.
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rwhartman Reviewed by rwhartman June 21, 2014
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June 17, /2014

Location is great. this is the desert, so I have to expect that the ground around you is not grassed, only rock. the water quality was not good, I found it cloudy, thanks for the water filter. The power supply was not without problems. I had surges that caused my plug to burn and kick my breaker. Minor problems, the base facilities are great and all was pleasant. Desert life sure is different. This time of the year it was hot, could not enjoy being outside.

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If you do the math, you quickly understand why DMAFB has made a strong investment in maintaining Agave Gulch in the outstanding way that it does. It probably brings more than $150k each *month* in peak season revenue, even cut in half that's a staggering sum, and they're always at least a third full (~1.5 million/year?). Just this spring they finished building a new laundry/shower facility on the south side of Quijota Blvd, so it's clear that some of the profits are being reinvested in the "famcamp". I spent the winter here this year and enjoyed every minute of it. The grounds are impeccably clean, the laundry room has about 7 washers/dryers (soon to be twice that) and there's conveniently a coin machine within it. The seasoned, volunteer camp hosts and PJ (or Pam, the famcamp director) are also very informed and responsive. Day trips are led from the camp office, too. During my stay I was challenged by two things outside anyone's control: the coyotes who build their dens beneath the aircraft stowed in the boneyard (walking distance away)--I have a small tasty-looking dog-- and the fiercely strong winds that can make you feel like you're walking on the moon because the dust obscures the otherwise constant blue skies. However, the BX, commissary and two huge fitness centers on base are ideal. There's a bike trail just outside the front gate that will lead you along the Rillito River, too. My guess is that the sunshine makes people here so friendly; I made a number of great new friends. If you want a quiet, clean, level, full hook-up location to spend the winter in sunshine...this is it. And, if you're out by mid-May and don't arrive until October, you'll avoid the searing temperatures that are the opposite of fun. My only criticism is this, and I do hope that DM and Agave Gulch's decision-makers read this site: The existing laundry room is so ridiculously narrow that you can barely open the dryer doors, let alone permit two people to walk past one another with laundry in hand. In that glorious DOD bureaucratic way, they built the south laundry room exactly the same way. Utter stupidity. Literally and figuratively, you can do better... and should have. Oh...and...could you leave the Wilmot Gate (right next to the famcamp) open during the weekend? Not a lot to ask given what retirees bring to DMAFB and the Tucson community!
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MPPhillips Reviewed by MPPhillips June 16, 2014
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Winter 2013-2014

If you do the math, you quickly understand why DMAFB has made a strong investment in maintaining Agave Gulch in the outstanding way that it does. It probably brings more than $150k each *month* in peak season revenue, even cut in half that's a staggering sum, and they're always at least a third full (~1.5 million/year?). Just this spring they finished building a new laundry/shower facility on the south side of Quijota Blvd, so it's clear that some of the profits are being reinvested in the "famcamp". I spent the winter here this year and enjoyed every minute of it. The grounds are impeccably clean, the laundry room has about 7 washers/dryers (soon to be twice that) and there's conveniently a coin machine within it. The seasoned, volunteer camp hosts and PJ (or Pam, the famcamp director) are also very informed and responsive. Day trips are led from the camp office, too. During my stay I was challenged by two things outside anyone's control: the coyotes who build their dens beneath the aircraft stowed in the boneyard (walking distance away)--I have a small tasty-looking dog-- and the fiercely strong winds that can make you feel like you're walking on the moon because the dust obscures the otherwise constant blue skies. However, the BX, commissary and two huge fitness centers on base are ideal. There's a bike trail just outside the front gate that will lead you along the Rillito River, too. My guess is that the sunshine makes people here so friendly; I made a number of great new friends. If you want a quiet, clean, level, full hook-up location to spend the winter in sunshine...this is it. And, if you're out by mid-May and don't arrive until October, you'll avoid the searing temperatures that are the opposite of fun. My only criticism is this, and I do hope that DM and Agave Gulch's decision-makers read this site: The existing laundry room is so ridiculously narrow that you can barely open the dryer doors, let alone permit two people to walk past one another with laundry in hand. In that glorious DOD bureaucratic way, they built the south laundry room exactly the same way. Utter stupidity. Literally and figuratively, you can do better... and should have. Oh...and...could you leave the Wilmot Gate (right next to the famcamp) open during the weekend? Not a lot to ask given what retirees bring to DMAFB and the Tucson community!

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Always one of my favorites. Friendly staff. Clean and well maintained. Wifi leaves a bit to be desired. But I am told they might be upgrading it in the near future.
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mvizinho Reviewed by mvizinho April 17, 2014
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April17 to April 21 2014

Always one of my favorites. Friendly staff. Clean and well maintained. Wifi leaves a bit to be desired. But I am told they might be upgrading it in the near future.

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Do not know why this FamCamp gets such good ratings, the people in the office act like they are doing you a favor to "let" you stay there, should NOT allow non-military /DOD personal stay at FamCamps. Base is great, has everything you need except diesel.
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johnj925 Reviewed by johnj925 April 10, 2014
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April 2014

Do not know why this FamCamp gets such good ratings, the people in the office act like they are doing you a favor to "let" you stay there, should NOT allow non-military /DOD personal stay at FamCamps. Base is great, has everything you need except diesel.

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P.A. left this review using the Directory software: - Nice campground stayed here a few times with no problems, just wish that they would change there traffic pattern but it is a Air Base after all.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy January 19, 2014
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December 9, 2013

P.A. left this review using the Directory software: - Nice campground stayed here a few times with no problems, just wish that they would change there traffic pattern but it is a Air Base after all.

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Wow. I have to echo what others have said. Staff and Manager, very friendly, professional, and helpful. Great area for things to do. Outstanding campground. Has not been full yet since we arrived, was at least 25 sites available on Thur Jan 9, however Fri was down to 8. Still nobody in overflow. New bathhouse is about to be constructed for the sites down the street from office (200 area). Manager (Pam) does an outstanding job. The stay rotation policy is more than fair and applies to all patrons, no exceptions. Best I have seen yet, maybe we could get all the others to follow their lead. No homesteaders that I could find. New 3 and 6 month contracts in the horseshoe area. One bad comment, THE WIFI IS ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE!!!, if you can get connected at busy times, it is slow to non existent, even with 4-T1 lines for campground. However, Pam is working on getting a new provider and/or upgraded. But, if you go to the office they have 4 dsl lines in their that work fine.
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dpicard Reviewed by dpicard January 12, 2014
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Dec 25, 2013 to Jan 15, 2014

Wow. I have to echo what others have said. Staff and Manager, very friendly, professional, and helpful. Great area for things to do. Outstanding campground. Has not been full yet since we arrived, was at least 25 sites available on Thur Jan 9, however Fri was down to 8. Still nobody in overflow. New bathhouse is about to be constructed for the sites down the street from office (200 area). Manager (Pam) does an outstanding job. The stay rotation policy is more than fair and applies to all patrons, no exceptions. Best I have seen yet, maybe we could get all the others to follow their lead. No homesteaders that I could find. New 3 and 6 month contracts in the horseshoe area. One bad comment, THE WIFI IS ABSOLUTELY HORRIBLE!!!, if you can get connected at busy times, it is slow to non existent, even with 4-T1 lines for campground. However, Pam is working on getting a new provider and/or upgraded. But, if you go to the office they have 4 dsl lines in their that work fine.

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Wonderful FamCamp. Close to town and base shopping. Loved it.
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fotoman7 Reviewed by fotoman7 December 02, 2013
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Nov 2013

Wonderful FamCamp. Close to town and base shopping. Loved it.

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This was our first stay at a FamCamp and my first review. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff was friendly and helpful. I wish the sites were larger, but with the lack of campers while we were there, the small space wasn’t noticeable. I really liked the new addition with the lighted power stands. The WiFi worked well. The air and space museum was great. We plan on returning for a longer time.
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Rsmorgan2 Reviewed by Rsmorgan2 November 23, 2013
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13 Nov - 23 Nov 2013

This was our first stay at a FamCamp and my first review. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay. The staff was friendly and helpful. I wish the sites were larger, but with the lack of campers while we were there, the small space wasn’t noticeable. I really liked the new addition with the lighted power stands. The WiFi worked well. The air and space museum was great. We plan on returning for a longer time.

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An excellent place. No need to repeat what everyone else has said. The best deal of all is they have unlimited overflow dry camping, so you will never be turned away. Even in February (prime time for this place) we only stayed in overflow one night before getting a full hook up space.
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Don_Geidel Reviewed by Don_Geidel November 23, 2013
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February 2013

An excellent place. No need to repeat what everyone else has said. The best deal of all is they have unlimited overflow dry camping, so you will never be turned away. Even in February (prime time for this place) we only stayed in overflow one night before getting a full hook up space.

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P.R. left this review using the Directory software: - How can any camp be rated "best" when the showers are antiquated, no handicapped facilities except for 2 parking spaces, the supposed handicapped shower is NOT a handicapped one. Gravel only and using a wheelchair or walker is impossible! No cable TV for those confined to the RV, I could go on and on. This not the "best" just because it has more spaces than most, therefore more votes! Stop building more sites and update the existing showers!!!
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy September 22, 2013
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August 29 to Sep 3, 2013

P.R. left this review using the Directory software: - How can any camp be rated "best" when the showers are antiquated, no handicapped facilities except for 2 parking spaces, the supposed handicapped shower is NOT a handicapped one. Gravel only and using a wheelchair or walker is impossible! No cable TV for those confined to the RV, I could go on and on. This not the "best" just because it has more spaces than most, therefore more votes! Stop building more sites and update the existing showers!!!

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The best military RV Park we have stayed in. This is our second time here. Staff professional, efficient, and friendly. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. Convenience to many activities. Wish they would accept reservations.
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rivertrek Reviewed by rivertrek May 22, 2013
Last updated: May 22, 2013
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May 10-20, 2013

The best military RV Park we have stayed in. This is our second time here. Staff professional, efficient, and friendly. Would stay here again in a heartbeat. Convenience to many activities. Wish they would accept reservations.

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This is one of the nicest military RV Parks we have stayed in. Manager was very friendly and helpful. WIFI worked great. Convenient to the commissary and BX. We've stayed here several times and have never had a bad experience. We'll definitely be back. They even have an ice machine next to the laundry.
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vwbluestar Reviewed by vwbluestar April 28, 2013
Last updated: April 28, 2013
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April 25-27, 2013

This is one of the nicest military RV Parks we have stayed in. Manager was very friendly and helpful. WIFI worked great. Convenient to the commissary and BX. We've stayed here several times and have never had a bad experience. We'll definitely be back. They even have an ice machine next to the laundry.

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Great campground in a great location! The staff is awesome and we really enjoyed our two weeks there. The sites are very easy to get into with no issues and a good amount of space between you and your neighbor. Location is excellent with a ton of activities in the Tucson area including Saguaro National Park, Titan missile museum, Pima air and space museum, Tombstone, Bisbee, etc. Everyone was friendly and helpful, the base is in great shape with a nice PX, Comissary and Golf Course. All in All just a fantastic campground, the only improvements I recommend are, a playground in the campground would be nice and fix the WiFi.
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MMWWMM222 Reviewed by MMWWMM222 January 09, 2013
Last updated: January 10, 2013
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DEC2012 - JAN2013

Great campground in a great location! The staff is awesome and we really enjoyed our two weeks there. The sites are very easy to get into with no issues and a good amount of space between you and your neighbor. Location is excellent with a ton of activities in the Tucson area including Saguaro National Park, Titan missile museum, Pima air and space museum, Tombstone, Bisbee, etc. Everyone was friendly and helpful, the base is in great shape with a nice PX, Comissary and Golf Course. All in All just a fantastic campground, the only improvements I recommend are, a playground in the campground would be nice and fix the WiFi.

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We had a wonderful visit except the bathrooms are not that clean at all! - the cleaning lady spends more time on phone or walking thru the laundry room than cleaning. We watched a coffee stain for three weeks than when told she cleaned half and didn't move the bench to finish. (soap scum on tile/chrome and watch her use a water spray bottle to clean the toilets). There was also two dogs in camp being "trained" with shock collars so the dogs thought every other dog was 'shocking' them- they went after our dog and attacked another dog. All the manager did was move them to other side and every other dog was afraid of them. So watch out for two huskies next winter!! Otherwise great campground/recycling available and facilities on base and sight-seeing stuff and programs available.
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rouxster Reviewed by rouxster July 03, 2012
Last updated: July 03, 2012
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Dec 2011- April 2012

We had a wonderful visit except the bathrooms are not that clean at all! - the cleaning lady spends more time on phone or walking thru the laundry room than cleaning. We watched a coffee stain for three weeks than when told she cleaned half and didn't move the bench to finish. (soap scum on tile/chrome and watch her use a water spray bottle to clean the toilets). There was also two dogs in camp being "trained" with shock collars so the dogs thought every other dog was 'shocking' them- they went after our dog and attacked another dog. All the manager did was move them to other side and every other dog was afraid of them. So watch out for two huskies next winter!! Otherwise great campground/recycling available and facilities on base and sight-seeing stuff and programs available.

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We arrived Sunday evening and did a self check-in by choosing a site available on the list at the office. Monday morning we checked in at the office and paid for 2 nights. It took extra long because the gentleman was working with a new program that had just gotten installed a week ago. Once that was completed he briefed and gave us lots of information about the surrounding area. If it hadn't been so hot we would have stayed longer.
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dmcolle Reviewed by dmcolle July 02, 2012
Last updated: July 03, 2012
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Jul 1-2, 2012

We arrived Sunday evening and did a self check-in by choosing a site available on the list at the office. Monday morning we checked in at the office and paid for 2 nights. It took extra long because the gentleman was working with a new program that had just gotten installed a week ago. Once that was completed he briefed and gave us lots of information about the surrounding area. If it hadn't been so hot we would have stayed longer.

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Heads Up if you use GPS coordinates. ONSTAR will take you to the the Wilmot Gate. This gate is CLOSED untill 9 July 2012.
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seabee926 Reviewed by seabee926 May 27, 2012
Last updated: May 27, 2012
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24 - 26 May 2012

Heads Up if you use GPS coordinates. ONSTAR will take you to the the Wilmot Gate. This gate is CLOSED untill 9 July 2012.

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Great layout and very clean. Great Dog Walk area, other then the aircraft (which to me is not a problem) OUTSTANDING park. But then it is an Air Force Base. Would highly recommend the Pima Air & Space Museum.
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n7dvr Reviewed by n7dvr April 26, 2012
Last updated: April 27, 2012
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Apr 17 - May 1, 2012

Great layout and very clean. Great Dog Walk area, other then the aircraft (which to me is not a problem) OUTSTANDING park. But then it is an Air Force Base. Would highly recommend the Pima Air & Space Museum.

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This is it!!! What all FamCamps should look like - beautifully planned, expertly managed. Priced very reasonably. About 95% of the commercial campgrounds that I have stayed in are not this nice for about twice the price. Holloman AFB charges $20.00 for a disgrace. Somehow, the bases have to get together and learn from Davis-Monthan. 'Nuff said!
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wilhoef Reviewed by wilhoef April 20, 2012
Last updated: April 20, 2012
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April 13, 2012

This is it!!! What all FamCamps should look like - beautifully planned, expertly managed. Priced very reasonably. About 95% of the commercial campgrounds that I have stayed in are not this nice for about twice the price. Holloman AFB charges $20.00 for a disgrace. Somehow, the bases have to get together and learn from Davis-Monthan. 'Nuff said!

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OK, this is one of the best examples of what a FAMCAMP should be, no doubt about it. The base is great, facilities great, Tucson great, and they had an air show while we were there. What more could one ask. If there was anything that irritated me was when we were leaving, I was disconnecting the electrical plug and the door to the panel fell down an cut my arm. It wouldn't stay up no matter how I maneuvered it. Apart from that, we would stay there again. The gal at the counter was very helpful and friendly. The WiFi was OK but best at night.
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NevadaBob Reviewed by NevadaBob April 19, 2012
Last updated: April 20, 2012
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12 - 18 April 2012

OK, this is one of the best examples of what a FAMCAMP should be, no doubt about it. The base is great, facilities great, Tucson great, and they had an air show while we were there. What more could one ask. If there was anything that irritated me was when we were leaving, I was disconnecting the electrical plug and the door to the panel fell down an cut my arm. It wouldn't stay up no matter how I maneuvered it. Apart from that, we would stay there again. The gal at the counter was very helpful and friendly. The WiFi was OK but best at night.

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