As a born and raised So Cal girl from the coast, it's hard to get excited about inland empire California! The area near and around March is a little seedy, but the famcamp is - as always - affordable. This camp is a little further on the base than most and the closest gate was closed the whole time we were there. Keep driving, you will eventually get to the park. There are a lot of permanent/full-time RVs there: lots of kids running around, lots of cars taking up the road (we couldn't make the turn into a pull-thru site because a truck was in the way and no one was around to move it). The attendant was great and the bathrooms were clean. The exchange is WAY removed and actually off base, but had a good assortment of items MINUS California tax! We never did find the commissary or a base gas station. Compared to skanky RV parks in nearby Perris and Lake Elsinore, this famcamp did the job for a few days.
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