Reviews written by fgalend
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Apr. 25, 2009
Do not seem to care much for overnighters. You have to be staying for a minimum of three nights or the don't want to give you the door code for the laundry (free) or the showers?????? Concrete pads at each site, metal roofed patios at each site. High up overlooking the reservoir. Like most military campgrounds, it started out looking nice and everything planned for, then with use it starts getting seedy from poor maintenance. If you are a fisherman and want to pursue that, this is the place.
Dec 16, 2008
Easy access at well marked gate. Four RV sites with electrical (30 & 50A), water and sewer. No cable or antenna TV reception. Very clean, friendly staff. This is a working high security base, be prepared for the restrictions. You are limited to the campsites and/or cabin areas only. At $25 per night, it is reasonable. No laundry, restrooms or showers. No exchange facilities. It is a place to stay while you do other things. We will camp here again in the future.
Oct 6-7, 2008
Typical Army Post campground. Poorly maintained, unlevel sites, dump station hard to get to and water not working. Lot of sites occupied by squatters. Entertained by loud blasting pop music most of the evening. It is located down the road from gate 5, sticker only, the civilian guards want you to go around to the main gate to get a temp pass. Best to stick with AF and Navy campgrounds, the Army thinks all campers are still in boot camp.
Oct 19 - 23, 2008
Our first time here. 18ft travel trailer, concrete pads, full hookups, right on the York River. Most are back in sites. Bring up to 75 ft. of cable if you want to hookup to cable TV. Small BX annex has limited selection, no bread today or cereal, stock up before arriving. Very nice and close to Williamsburg, it is a keeper.
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