Reviews written by onewire
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March 11-14, 2013
Haved stayed here several times. Busiest I have seen it. All sites full, several rigs dry camping. Glad I made a reservation. Great location. Spaces tight.
April 30-May 2, 2012
A well kept military secret! Great location, close to Flagstaff, Sunset Volcano National Monument and Wupatki National Monument. All sites are back in, but spacious. Host was very friendly. A PX on wheels near the Main gate. Only has snacks and basic toiletry items. Understand that base is busy mid-May through Sept. with National Guard troops. Camping World just a few minutes from the Gate. Enjoyed our visit. Would stay again if in the area.
April 11-14, 2012
Easy to locate, no obstructions at the Main Gate. Receptionist at check-in lacked people skills, very unfriendly. Sites are large, and plenty of space between sites. The big negative is the wind! Water heater wouldn't stay lit the last morning there. The free laundry that we were informed about when we called for reservations was a bust - 2 washing machines and only one worked. Good location easy drive to Padre Island National Seashore, also to King's Ranch. Fresh large Gulf shrimp for purchase at the T-heads. Ask the local for directions. Great seafood dinner at Snoopy's (cash only).
May 7, 2012
New section is not open yet. Outdoor recreation employee said the new sites "have not been released yet". He hoped that they would be within the next week. I requested a pull through site, and was told that only back-in's were available. Upon arrival at the Famcamp saw that only 2 pull throughs were occupied. The road in front of the pull through sites is in need of repair. The new sites look fine, cement pads appear level. The only thing that I see missing are site numbers and picnic tables.
Second time staying here. Campground host Gil is friendly and helpful. Always enjoy the free movies, and Sunday breakfast at the chow hall.
Sign at the main gate directs RV's to an inspection lane. I entered the lane, and the guard asked me why I came in this way. I told him that the sign pointed me to this lane. He grumbled, and said to use the main entry point. Great place for sunshine and jet noise. Will come back again.
16-20 May 2010
My first visit to Clear Lake, plan on coming back. Great location, a fisherman's paradise. Close proximity to many great lakes to fish in Eastern Washington. Staff is friendly and courteous. Spaces are a little close, have stayed in tighter quarters though.
18-19 March 2010
New section is fine, all pull-through with plenty of room between sites. Older section is overgrown, long-term residents here. Some RV's appear to be abandoned. Being close to the highway, road noise is a problem. Can't beat the price though. Good location for visiting wineries. Close to 200 in the area. Plus a couple good olive oil places. Also a great little air museum at the Paso Robles airport. Worth the visit, plus it has quite a car collection there.
2-18 March 2010
Second time here. Good location for me, about 9 miles from my son in Long Beach. Check-in was fine, very pleasant young man at the desk. During my stay did not see any person who could be the manager. Obviously several "long-term" residents. A few sites had piles of personal belongings sitting outside the RV's. Some I would consider to be trashy looking. One site near me the travel trailer left, and an old camper shell sat there on the grass for several days before someone hauled it away. Excellent fitness center on base. Nearest commissary is at LAAFB, near LAX. Los Alamitos has a mini-mart, not much bigger than the one at Seal Beach. Wifi rates are outrageous. Wish military parks would provide free wifi, as many of the civilian parks do.
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