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Location

Installation
MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, FL
GPS Coordinates
27.826944, -82.48659
Location Information
MacDill Air Force Base, Tampa, FL
RV Gate Coordinates
27.866006 , -82.516980

Directions

Directions
Due to very limited times that RV's are allowed to enter the main gate (Dale Mabry gate), it's suggested to enter the Tanker Gate Way instead (closed after 1500 and closed on Sat & Sun). From I-275 (westbound), take exit 41A. Follow Dale Mabry Highway south for 6.3 miles to main gate of MacDill AFB. When approaching MacDill on Dale Mabry, take a right on Interbay and go to Tanker Way. Take a left and go through the inspection area. The guards there will direct you to the FAMCAMP. Turn around in the Marina Office parking area or park in the large lot at this left turn and walk to the office to register. If office is closed park in the corner lot and dry camp overnight. Do not occupy a camp site before registering. ---- Note: RVs cannot ENTER the Dale Mabry gate M-F from 0530-1700, and SA 0530-1230. All other times ENTER to Dale Mabry gate in the far right lane. RVs may EXIT the Dale Mabry gate at any time.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(813) 840-6919, (800) 821-4982
Fax Number
(813) 828-7507
Mailing Address
Racoon Creek Recreation Area, 9909 Marina Bay Drive, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5000

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active Duty, Retirees, Reserves, National Guard, 100% DAV, DOD Civilians.
Season
Year round.
Reservations
Recommended up to 1 year in advance. $100 required for 7 or more days. Full payment for less than 7 days. Reservation charge is $10.00. 88 sites are held for first come-first serve. Some sites are also held for last-minute reservations up to 2 weeks in advance for short term stays.
Internet Access
WiFi is available throughout the main park. Log-term guests can get Cable Internet. 4G "hotspot" available for rent at Outdoor Recreation.
Mail Forwarding
USPS: PO Box 6825, Tampa, FL 33608-0825. You will be assigned a local box upon arrival. The campground has it's own small post office. ---- UPS/FedEx: (Your Name and site #), c/o Racoon Creek Recreation Area, 9909 Marina Bay Drive, MacDill AFB, FL 33621-5000
Pet Information
Limit of two "four legged" pets strictly enforced.
Campground Information
Maximum stay 180 consecutive days. Telephone hook-up costs $55.00 and monthly fees about $15.00. Propane available at marina. On site minor repairs and washing permitted.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Facilities
Activity room, Hobby shops.
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Tent Area
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Picinic Area
  • Beach
  • Boating, Boat Rentals
  • Boat Ramp
  • Golf
  • Library
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Shoppete
  • Snack Bar
  • Marina
  • Hospital, Clinic
  • Post Office

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Paved/Dirt
346
W/20,30,50A/S/CATV/Tele
$18 - $20
N/A
$520
Dirt
37
W/20,30,50A
$18 - $20
N/A
N/A
Camper (Dirt)
36
None
$9 - $10
N/A
N/A
Tent (Dirt)
?
None
$9 - $10
N/A
N/A

Other Information

Dining Hall Policy
Firearms Policy
Firearms are to be registered at the campground office.
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Weather Information

Our FamCamp operates year-round with 334 full-service sties complete with electricity, water, waste disposal, cable TV, and optional telephone service. The area also includes 37 partial hookups, 36 dry camp sites, and a tent camping area.

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After reading some of the remarks on here, I had my doubts about this place, but it is a remarkable place to stay! The beach is nice and never crowded, the marina is a full service marina with reasonable rates (just make sure to observe the rules for getting in and out of the marina; 3rd marker!) They have equipment to rent, nice permanent beach chairs, a restaurant, the golf course is nearby, etc.; what more could you want? And, the "heavy-handed" rules are mostly geared at discourteous pet owners. So, if you are a conscientious pet owner and you are cognizant of those around you who don't appreciate stepping in dog or cat doo-doo, or putting up with incessant barking at all hours of the night, then you don't really have much to worry about. If you are the type that treats your pet like it is a human being or an extension of the family with all the powers of cognition associated with mankind, then move on and go someplace else, plain and simple. I'm sure there are plenty of other appreciative folks out there who would be most happy to take your place!
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DellJr65 Reviewed by DellJr65 June 19, 2014
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June 14-20, 2014

After reading some of the remarks on here, I had my doubts about this place, but it is a remarkable place to stay! The beach is nice and never crowded, the marina is a full service marina with reasonable rates (just make sure to observe the rules for getting in and out of the marina; 3rd marker!) They have equipment to rent, nice permanent beach chairs, a restaurant, the golf course is nearby, etc.; what more could you want? And, the "heavy-handed" rules are mostly geared at discourteous pet owners. So, if you are a conscientious pet owner and you are cognizant of those around you who don't appreciate stepping in dog or cat doo-doo, or putting up with incessant barking at all hours of the night, then you don't really have much to worry about. If you are the type that treats your pet like it is a human being or an extension of the family with all the powers of cognition associated with mankind, then move on and go someplace else, plain and simple. I'm sure there are plenty of other appreciative folks out there who would be most happy to take your place!

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First the good: Wonderful location. Tampa is a scenic city and MacDill is an incredibly beautiful military base. The famcamp is well kept, neat and clean. We had a water view site on a level concrete pad. Now the bad: When we checked in we had to provide our RV registration, proof of insurance for our trailer and our truck, and a shot record for our dog. Both my wife and I had to provide our full names, plus a separate next of kin. I have never had to answer such detailed questions at any other military RV park, and we have been to at least a dozen different ones in the last two years. I haven't had to answer so many personal questions since my last overseas deployment! Next we had to sign our lives away, saying we understood the many pages of ridiculously strict rules and regulations of the famcamp. These include a demerit system. Every violation is 3 points. If you amass 12 points you are evicted from the famcamp. Definitely not a dog friendly place. Dog rules are posted everywhere, in case you forgot the page of dog rules you had to sign upon arrival. Cats are not exempt, either. A neighbor told me he got chewed out when one of his cats briefly walked outside his trailer without a leash. All the rules and their threats of heavy handed enforcement made me flash back to bootcamp... but wait, there's more. Hopefully it was just the time of year we stayed here, but the insects were horrible. Bugs known as "lovebugs" were swarming everywhere. They don't bite but they are so thick they are a major annoyance. Much worse were the "no see 'ums," tiny biting insects that were everywhere at all hours of the day and night. They are so small they easily get inside your trailer and even torture you while you are inside. I had to cover myself in Off insect repellent just to go outside. I am still swatting at them as I write this review. Overall, the terrible insect situation coupled with the absurd emphasis on unnecessarily strict rules spoiled what should have been a great visit. We will not stay here again.
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Don_Geidel Reviewed by Don_Geidel April 23, 2014
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April 22-23, 2014

First the good: Wonderful location. Tampa is a scenic city and MacDill is an incredibly beautiful military base. The famcamp is well kept, neat and clean. We had a water view site on a level concrete pad. Now the bad: When we checked in we had to provide our RV registration, proof of insurance for our trailer and our truck, and a shot record for our dog. Both my wife and I had to provide our full names, plus a separate next of kin. I have never had to answer such detailed questions at any other military RV park, and we have been to at least a dozen different ones in the last two years. I haven't had to answer so many personal questions since my last overseas deployment! Next we had to sign our lives away, saying we understood the many pages of ridiculously strict rules and regulations of the famcamp. These include a demerit system. Every violation is 3 points. If you amass 12 points you are evicted from the famcamp. Definitely not a dog friendly place. Dog rules are posted everywhere, in case you forgot the page of dog rules you had to sign upon arrival. Cats are not exempt, either. A neighbor told me he got chewed out when one of his cats briefly walked outside his trailer without a leash. All the rules and their threats of heavy handed enforcement made me flash back to bootcamp... but wait, there's more. Hopefully it was just the time of year we stayed here, but the insects were horrible. Bugs known as "lovebugs" were swarming everywhere. They don't bite but they are so thick they are a major annoyance. Much worse were the "no see 'ums," tiny biting insects that were everywhere at all hours of the day and night. They are so small they easily get inside your trailer and even torture you while you are inside. I had to cover myself in Off insect repellent just to go outside. I am still swatting at them as I write this review. Overall, the terrible insect situation coupled with the absurd emphasis on unnecessarily strict rules spoiled what should have been a great visit. We will not stay here again.

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Thanks again for another wonderful winter stay. We arrive in Oct and stay the full 6 months. Thanks to the office staff for all that you do. We stay in the annex by choice and enjoy the camaraderie with our fellow campers. I have to address a few things Happy Camper reviewed (previous poster), I feel the people in the annex were misrepresented. I only know of one person who brought their MH in to get a spot and left. There were a lot of people who went home for the holidays. We have a dog that we take away from the campsites do to her business, we do walk her for exercise. Happy Camper should put a no dog sign on his lot and most dog owners would avoid his site. The only recommendation I would have is to make a designated walkway to the dog park area. I don't like walking through someone's campsite to get there. We are all adults and the majority of the campsites are kept in good condition. Again, thanks for a wonderful season.
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Vacation Bound Reviewed by Vacation Bound April 09, 2014
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Oct 1 Mar 30

Thanks again for another wonderful winter stay. We arrive in Oct and stay the full 6 months. Thanks to the office staff for all that you do. We stay in the annex by choice and enjoy the camaraderie with our fellow campers. I have to address a few things Happy Camper reviewed (previous poster), I feel the people in the annex were misrepresented. I only know of one person who brought their MH in to get a spot and left. There were a lot of people who went home for the holidays. We have a dog that we take away from the campsites do to her business, we do walk her for exercise. Happy Camper should put a no dog sign on his lot and most dog owners would avoid his site. The only recommendation I would have is to make a designated walkway to the dog park area. I don't like walking through someone's campsite to get there. We are all adults and the majority of the campsites are kept in good condition. Again, thanks for a wonderful season.

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We had a reservation so upon arrival we visited the office. We were told to drive around and pick an open site. We wanted to stay in the annex so we headed that way. We were surprised that most of the sites, especially the better ones, were already taken by the end of October. A large number bring their RVs there in September and early October and leave them for 1-3 months just to get “their site”. Of course they pay rental for that time so the MWR is not losing money. However, is it fair to those of us that arrive with the intention of staying and many of good sites are already taken by empty RVs? Also, some of the better open sites, with no RVs in them, had stuff setting there to appear they were occupied – obviously being saved for a friend which is against the rules. The office does not enforce this either as we watched friends move into them. However, we did pick a site that we were happy with. FAMCAMP OFFICE does not enforce any policy that I could see. They have a policy that allows other FAMCAMP residents to notify the office of any rules violations. Very few, if any violation, get reported because no one wants to be the “bad guy” and report someone. The annex seems to have its own rules compared to the main RV area. Examples of some of the rules that go unnoticed/uncorrected. PET RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. PLEASE DO NOT WALK PET IN NEIGHBOR'S YARDS. In the main campground and annex, pet rules are not enforced and again FAMCAMP residents are supposed to report violators. They have dog walks but most do not use them. They walk them on long leashes and allow them to dump on everyone site. Most do pick up after them but I got tired to watching dogs use my site to dump on. I did ask two owners to please keep their dogs off of my site. UTILITY/CAR TRAILERS OR BOATS OF ANY KIND ARE NOT ALLOWED ON SITE WITH RV. CHECK WITH OFFICE FOR PROPER PARKING AREAS. In the annex, this is not enforced. They allow all kinds of trailers and boats to be stored on a site. It looks like trailer park and very unsightly. RV SITES WILL BE KEPT NEAT AND ORDERLY AT ALL TIMES. In the main campground and annex, sites become very cluttered and unsightly because no one wants to be the “bad guy” and report someone. Why can’t someone from the office drive around daily and correct the violations? THE OFFICE DOES NOT DO ANY MOWING IN THE AREA. They claim that they stopped due to residents complaining of damage to their RVs, hoses, cables and so on. That could be correct but why not require the contractor/staff to be more careful? As a result, sites become overgrown with weeds and grass growing well over one-foot. The office does have mowers for checkout by the residents if they want to mow their own lot. I moved mine once but most do not. THE OFFICE STAFF for the most part, are not very customer friendly. It is a big park with lots of activity and it must be difficult to deal with complaining residents. However, I observed lots of rudeness while waiting my turn in line to pay my monthly rent or pick up a package. There is lots of room for improvement in this area. We do enjoy the base and area and come back every year and observe the same problems. It does seem to be getting a little worse with the enforcement of the rules. Someone needs to take charge and enforce the rules. If not then change the rules.
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happy_camper Reviewed by happy_camper April 04, 2014
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October 2013-April 2014

We had a reservation so upon arrival we visited the office. We were told to drive around and pick an open site. We wanted to stay in the annex so we headed that way. We were surprised that most of the sites, especially the better ones, were already taken by the end of October. A large number bring their RVs there in September and early October and leave them for 1-3 months just to get “their site”. Of course they pay rental for that time so the MWR is not losing money. However, is it fair to those of us that arrive with the intention of staying and many of good sites are already taken by empty RVs? Also, some of the better open sites, with no RVs in them, had stuff setting there to appear they were occupied – obviously being saved for a friend which is against the rules. The office does not enforce this either as we watched friends move into them. However, we did pick a site that we were happy with. FAMCAMP OFFICE does not enforce any policy that I could see. They have a policy that allows other FAMCAMP residents to notify the office of any rules violations. Very few, if any violation, get reported because no one wants to be the “bad guy” and report someone. The annex seems to have its own rules compared to the main RV area. Examples of some of the rules that go unnoticed/uncorrected. PET RULES WILL BE STRICTLY ADHERED TO. PLEASE DO NOT WALK PET IN NEIGHBOR'S YARDS. In the main campground and annex, pet rules are not enforced and again FAMCAMP residents are supposed to report violators. They have dog walks but most do not use them. They walk them on long leashes and allow them to dump on everyone site. Most do pick up after them but I got tired to watching dogs use my site to dump on. I did ask two owners to please keep their dogs off of my site. UTILITY/CAR TRAILERS OR BOATS OF ANY KIND ARE NOT ALLOWED ON SITE WITH RV. CHECK WITH OFFICE FOR PROPER PARKING AREAS. In the annex, this is not enforced. They allow all kinds of trailers and boats to be stored on a site. It looks like trailer park and very unsightly. RV SITES WILL BE KEPT NEAT AND ORDERLY AT ALL TIMES. In the main campground and annex, sites become very cluttered and unsightly because no one wants to be the “bad guy” and report someone. Why can’t someone from the office drive around daily and correct the violations? THE OFFICE DOES NOT DO ANY MOWING IN THE AREA. They claim that they stopped due to residents complaining of damage to their RVs, hoses, cables and so on. That could be correct but why not require the contractor/staff to be more careful? As a result, sites become overgrown with weeds and grass growing well over one-foot. The office does have mowers for checkout by the residents if they want to mow their own lot. I moved mine once but most do not. THE OFFICE STAFF for the most part, are not very customer friendly. It is a big park with lots of activity and it must be difficult to deal with complaining residents. However, I observed lots of rudeness while waiting my turn in line to pay my monthly rent or pick up a package. There is lots of room for improvement in this area. We do enjoy the base and area and come back every year and observe the same problems. It does seem to be getting a little worse with the enforcement of the rules. Someone needs to take charge and enforce the rules. If not then change the rules.

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J.A. left this review using the Directory software: - I don't know why this seems to be so popular. We tried twice during the week we were going to be there to make reservations or get an idea of how long the wait would be and were told, of course, reservations were not taken but have to wait for a spot may be a couple days. When we arrived we were asked if we had reservations. (Wait, I thought you didn't take reservations?) Then they said it maybe a week or longer to get a spot. We set up camp in an open field to wait our turn. The next day they came and said we couldn't camp by the canal so we left. No way were we going to wait a week with no electric or water for an overcrowded space when you are way away from everything. I would have no desire to stay here again. The bay seems to be the only thing they have going for them.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy March 31, 2014
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February 2014

J.A. left this review using the Directory software: - I don't know why this seems to be so popular. We tried twice during the week we were going to be there to make reservations or get an idea of how long the wait would be and were told, of course, reservations were not taken but have to wait for a spot may be a couple days. When we arrived we were asked if we had reservations. (Wait, I thought you didn't take reservations?) Then they said it maybe a week or longer to get a spot. We set up camp in an open field to wait our turn. The next day they came and said we couldn't camp by the canal so we left. No way were we going to wait a week with no electric or water for an overcrowded space when you are way away from everything. I would have no desire to stay here again. The bay seems to be the only thing they have going for them.

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Demerits? Seriously? A management style of treating campers like school children assigns 3 points for various infractions. Exceed 12 and you're ejected. Office staff lets those who come to the office wait, while they take phone calls immediately. With only 34 first-come, first-serve sites, this park certainly discourages spontaneity. It really just provides subsidized Winter housing and RV storage for snowbirds. Be prepared for days of dry-camping, hearing generators from dawn to almost midnight. It would be considerate to set aside a no-generator area for those of us who can function without one. FHU sites vary from spacious to cramped. Partial sites are next to the dry-camp field and their generators. We watched seven partial sites sit empty for three nights (maybe more after we left) but we couldn't get out of dry-camping. Neither could we make a reservation. If they don't reserve them and they don't move people to them, then what? The location is beautiful, the base has every amenity. We appreciated the library, commissary and exchange. Gas was convenient. Easy to get to highways and tourist attractions. This is the 23rd FAMCAMP we have stayed in and the first to require vaccination records for my CAT! For a 4 day visit! Bathrooms were tidied-up but have had years of hard use. Every stall had a functional shower-head and shower-curtain and lots of hot water. Huge laundry, as is fitting for 400 campsites. Dump station is located for departing campers, not convenient for those needing to dump before dry-camping. Wifi? Forget it. Never got on it in the campground, indicating it's way overloaded.
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February 16-20, 2014

Demerits? Seriously? A management style of treating campers like school children assigns 3 points for various infractions. Exceed 12 and you're ejected. Office staff lets those who come to the office wait, while they take phone calls immediately. With only 34 first-come, first-serve sites, this park certainly discourages spontaneity. It really just provides subsidized Winter housing and RV storage for snowbirds. Be prepared for days of dry-camping, hearing generators from dawn to almost midnight. It would be considerate to set aside a no-generator area for those of us who can function without one. FHU sites vary from spacious to cramped. Partial sites are next to the dry-camp field and their generators. We watched seven partial sites sit empty for three nights (maybe more after we left) but we couldn't get out of dry-camping. Neither could we make a reservation. If they don't reserve them and they don't move people to them, then what? The location is beautiful, the base has every amenity. We appreciated the library, commissary and exchange. Gas was convenient. Easy to get to highways and tourist attractions. This is the 23rd FAMCAMP we have stayed in and the first to require vaccination records for my CAT! For a 4 day visit! Bathrooms were tidied-up but have had years of hard use. Every stall had a functional shower-head and shower-curtain and lots of hot water. Huge laundry, as is fitting for 400 campsites. Dump station is located for departing campers, not convenient for those needing to dump before dry-camping. Wifi? Forget it. Never got on it in the campground, indicating it's way overloaded.

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I put my 100 dollars down to reserve a spot in advance, however due to my wife's medical condition, recently dignosed we could not travel down to the warm Florida area this year. I was surprized when I received a telephone call telling me I was close to the top of the waiting list but if I was not in the area I could reschedule for next year on the same dates, which I did. The young lady who called was very nice and supportive and it was just good customer service as I did not state to her why we could not make it this year. Breast cancer and Parkinson's dignosed in the same year will slow anyone down. I appreciate the opertunity to visit the Fam Camp in future and any prayers that are offered! Mike & Diana Solon, USAF Ret 89
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4.7
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J79Engine Reviewed by J79Engine January 15, 2014
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Last Visit 2011

I put my 100 dollars down to reserve a spot in advance, however due to my wife's medical condition, recently dignosed we could not travel down to the warm Florida area this year. I was surprized when I received a telephone call telling me I was close to the top of the waiting list but if I was not in the area I could reschedule for next year on the same dates, which I did. The young lady who called was very nice and supportive and it was just good customer service as I did not state to her why we could not make it this year. Breast cancer and Parkinson's dignosed in the same year will slow anyone down. I appreciate the opertunity to visit the Fam Camp in future and any prayers that are offered! Mike & Diana Solon, USAF Ret 89

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I was told to call 2 weeks prior to arrival to make a reservation -which I did. The girl took all my info, I thought check in would be easy and maybe it would have if Bill was not the one to check me in. A couple problems at arrival: 1. I stated I had a reservation-he argued that I could not have one since I called 2 weeks ago. After giving him all my info AGAIN, when he hit the enter button - there was my reservation. 2. Bill said I could not have a reservation under my name - must have sponsor with me - I explained that the sponsor was deceased and my ID card stated that - he argued that it did not state that - even when I pointed it out. 3. Must show vehicle registration/insurance proof - however, I do not see that as necessary as I have base stickers for the motorhome and towed car and could not get on base without proof. I have stayed in 11 military campgrounds driving down the East coast over the last 3 months and have never had the check in experience I had at MacDill including Andrews Air Force where the President flies in and out (you would think security would be greater there). Once past the check in process: the campground is in a great location, wonderful beach, Seascapes café, clean laundry, so-so WiFi, commissary on base and propane available at the marina.
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childsplay Reviewed by childsplay December 22, 2013
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Dec 4 & 5, 2013

I was told to call 2 weeks prior to arrival to make a reservation -which I did. The girl took all my info, I thought check in would be easy and maybe it would have if Bill was not the one to check me in. A couple problems at arrival: 1. I stated I had a reservation-he argued that I could not have one since I called 2 weeks ago. After giving him all my info AGAIN, when he hit the enter button - there was my reservation. 2. Bill said I could not have a reservation under my name - must have sponsor with me - I explained that the sponsor was deceased and my ID card stated that - he argued that it did not state that - even when I pointed it out. 3. Must show vehicle registration/insurance proof - however, I do not see that as necessary as I have base stickers for the motorhome and towed car and could not get on base without proof. I have stayed in 11 military campgrounds driving down the East coast over the last 3 months and have never had the check in experience I had at MacDill including Andrews Air Force where the President flies in and out (you would think security would be greater there). Once past the check in process: the campground is in a great location, wonderful beach, Seascapes café, clean laundry, so-so WiFi, commissary on base and propane available at the marina.

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one year ago I stayed at Raccoon Creek, Three Wi-Fi sites and they still don't work, last year I could get a little connection off and on but now nothing, I ask the guy behind the counter and he told me they are just going to remove it. I can get a great connection to the router but no internet they are paying for it but just don't want to have anyone fix it (they just don't care)(Government waste), I'm a IT guy I would check it out for free. they have a lot of talent in the park lets use it. I agree with everyone about the sites just sitting vacant waiting for someone to come, but they could make a lot more money if they would manage it a little better, last year I stayed 14 days in they short term site and watched the empty long term site stay vacant the whole time. they did some road paving sense last year, this time all the roads are in super shape. I see the same problem all the way back from July 2011, Management don't seem to care. Also if you have dogs watch the pickers on the ground very painful to your dogs and you. Beach is super, lot of noise every morning, firing range going every morning, planes flying over all hours. traffic speeding up and down the main road all day. Bugs very bad at night but it's Florida. Did not think I was coming back this year but I love the Tampa area. Went to Patrick AFB before I came back to MacDill, this place is way better a lot more to do here, some policies are wacked, everyplace is different, you would think policy would be the same way everyplace, all US Government Military, they need to be fixed. you can stay 14 days but if you want to extend you cant until the 14th day, so you better have a back up plan. gun policy at MacDill the best so far, register at Raccoon Creek and keep your guns with you. At Patrick AFB had to check them in the arms room no big problem, but they don't have a RV parking at the Arms room and wasted two hours turning them in and getting them out. I'm almost at retirement and waiting to get my long term stay at MacDill and will get a little more involved in the Park, I don't agree with the homestead comments it nice to have a place to go after retirement, Patrick AFB is renting housing to retirees. I like the security staying on the base and one nice part of serving your country for twenty years. you don't get much but this is a plus.
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4.2
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5.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
chuckdblake Reviewed by chuckdblake October 07, 2013
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Oct 6th to Oct 13th 2013

one year ago I stayed at Raccoon Creek, Three Wi-Fi sites and they still don't work, last year I could get a little connection off and on but now nothing, I ask the guy behind the counter and he told me they are just going to remove it. I can get a great connection to the router but no internet they are paying for it but just don't want to have anyone fix it (they just don't care)(Government waste), I'm a IT guy I would check it out for free. they have a lot of talent in the park lets use it. I agree with everyone about the sites just sitting vacant waiting for someone to come, but they could make a lot more money if they would manage it a little better, last year I stayed 14 days in they short term site and watched the empty long term site stay vacant the whole time. they did some road paving sense last year, this time all the roads are in super shape. I see the same problem all the way back from July 2011, Management don't seem to care. Also if you have dogs watch the pickers on the ground very painful to your dogs and you. Beach is super, lot of noise every morning, firing range going every morning, planes flying over all hours. traffic speeding up and down the main road all day. Bugs very bad at night but it's Florida. Did not think I was coming back this year but I love the Tampa area. Went to Patrick AFB before I came back to MacDill, this place is way better a lot more to do here, some policies are wacked, everyplace is different, you would think policy would be the same way everyplace, all US Government Military, they need to be fixed. you can stay 14 days but if you want to extend you cant until the 14th day, so you better have a back up plan. gun policy at MacDill the best so far, register at Raccoon Creek and keep your guns with you. At Patrick AFB had to check them in the arms room no big problem, but they don't have a RV parking at the Arms room and wasted two hours turning them in and getting them out. I'm almost at retirement and waiting to get my long term stay at MacDill and will get a little more involved in the Park, I don't agree with the homestead comments it nice to have a place to go after retirement, Patrick AFB is renting housing to retirees. I like the security staying on the base and one nice part of serving your country for twenty years. you don't get much but this is a plus.

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Another off season camping trip at Raccoon Creek in Tampa Bay area. It is so nice having the beach right on your doorstep. We ate at Seascapes with the granddaughters and they had a blast.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
mletoile Reviewed by mletoile August 08, 2013
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August 2013

Another off season camping trip at Raccoon Creek in Tampa Bay area. It is so nice having the beach right on your doorstep. We ate at Seascapes with the granddaughters and they had a blast.

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This is the off season at Raccoon Creek, what a great time to enjoy the beautiful Tampa Bay area. Everyone at this place was just wonderful to us. I hope we can get on the list to stay in the winter here for a couple of weeks. Shore line boulevard is just beautiful and the facilities at MacDill are outstanding. We ate in the Mess hall and checked out the stand-by office and my wife even got to go to a post wide yard sale, she had a blast. This was a great trip for us. We will be back, thanks for the great time, and the Poor Boy at the Sea Breese restaurant on the site is great.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
LLOYD21 Reviewed by LLOYD21 July 06, 2013
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May 17-30th, 2013

This is the off season at Raccoon Creek, what a great time to enjoy the beautiful Tampa Bay area. Everyone at this place was just wonderful to us. I hope we can get on the list to stay in the winter here for a couple of weeks. Shore line boulevard is just beautiful and the facilities at MacDill are outstanding. We ate in the Mess hall and checked out the stand-by office and my wife even got to go to a post wide yard sale, she had a blast. This was a great trip for us. We will be back, thanks for the great time, and the Poor Boy at the Sea Breese restaurant on the site is great.

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The staff was great, the laundry and shower areas were nice. and the location was nice, however, the RV's are packed in like sardines. There is little room to open your steps without hitting the camper in front of you. One would think at such a high ranking location (Tampa) Wifi would be great, but it was non- existant, and cell phone reception wasnt great even with an antenna. We made reservations over a month in advance so didnt have to worry about the overflow lot or anything so that was nice. It looked like most of the RV's there were definately using all of the 6 month allowance to stay there, which to me borders on homesteading and makes it difficult for others to enjoy the warm and beautiful climate. From my overall experience I wont be staying here again. I dont like being that crowded up, and there are nicer, rommier places to stay that are less expensive.
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3.5
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5.0
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5.0
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2.0
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3.0
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3.0
jkak09 Reviewed by jkak09 April 14, 2013
Last updated: April 15, 2013
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March 22- April 3 2013

The staff was great, the laundry and shower areas were nice. and the location was nice, however, the RV's are packed in like sardines. There is little room to open your steps without hitting the camper in front of you. One would think at such a high ranking location (Tampa) Wifi would be great, but it was non- existant, and cell phone reception wasnt great even with an antenna. We made reservations over a month in advance so didnt have to worry about the overflow lot or anything so that was nice. It looked like most of the RV's there were definately using all of the 6 month allowance to stay there, which to me borders on homesteading and makes it difficult for others to enjoy the warm and beautiful climate. From my overall experience I wont be staying here again. I dont like being that crowded up, and there are nicer, rommier places to stay that are less expensive.

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This is our fifth or sixth stay but our longest. We enjoyed all the activities and of course the weather. The weekly dining out trips were a pleasant surprise. The staff is great and the "rotation" is not really hard to take - 14 days and you move. But you don't have to move far and quickly go on the list to move back into a FHU site. They could do something better in organizing the dry-camp area - the 'field' as it is called. Plans are to reduce the number of partial sites by making 16 FHU sites. This will mean fewer partial sites so don't know who they will handle the rotation.
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4.6
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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4.0
JJnLilly Reviewed by JJnLilly March 29, 2013
Last updated: March 30, 2013
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Jan '13 to Mar 24, 2013

This is our fifth or sixth stay but our longest. We enjoyed all the activities and of course the weather. The weekly dining out trips were a pleasant surprise. The staff is great and the "rotation" is not really hard to take - 14 days and you move. But you don't have to move far and quickly go on the list to move back into a FHU site. They could do something better in organizing the dry-camp area - the 'field' as it is called. Plans are to reduce the number of partial sites by making 16 FHU sites. This will mean fewer partial sites so don't know who they will handle the rotation.

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J.W. left this review using the Directory software: - We made reservations by calling 14 day prior to our planned arrival date. Had to call two morning before we got a confirmed reservation. Check-In was quick and easy considering the level of activity. There was a mix-up on the site assignment but the staff quickly resolved it. Their policy of allowing you to wash off the road dirt, salt and film on your RV at your site is a pleasant surprise. There were a lot of activities planned by the staff for campers. The facilities were excellent. We will definitely come back next year for a longer period.
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4.6
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4.0
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5.0
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5.0
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3.0
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5.0
Proxy Reviewed by Proxy March 25, 2013
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6-14 March 2013

J.W. left this review using the Directory software: - We made reservations by calling 14 day prior to our planned arrival date. Had to call two morning before we got a confirmed reservation. Check-In was quick and easy considering the level of activity. There was a mix-up on the site assignment but the staff quickly resolved it. Their policy of allowing you to wash off the road dirt, salt and film on your RV at your site is a pleasant surprise. There were a lot of activities planned by the staff for campers. The facilities were excellent. We will definitely come back next year for a longer period.

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We thought the FamCamp was fine. In fact, it has one of the best laundry facilities we have seen at a FamCamp. We were in overflow (with 30 amp) only 1 night which surprised us. We were there a few days before the Tampa RV show. They had free tickets which was a nice gesture. The campground is near the beach and marina. We went to the FamCamp church service and were very surprised how active the group is. They must have had 150 people in the clubhouse for the church service. That was a good experience. I liked the fact I could get in a 10+ mile bike ride on base. We camped in a 40' motor home and will be back.
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3.9
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4.0
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3.0
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4.0
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4.0
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4.0
rwarner11 Reviewed by rwarner11 March 16, 2013
Last updated: March 16, 2013
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Jan 16, 2013

We thought the FamCamp was fine. In fact, it has one of the best laundry facilities we have seen at a FamCamp. We were in overflow (with 30 amp) only 1 night which surprised us. We were there a few days before the Tampa RV show. They had free tickets which was a nice gesture. The campground is near the beach and marina. We went to the FamCamp church service and were very surprised how active the group is. They must have had 150 people in the clubhouse for the church service. That was a good experience. I liked the fact I could get in a 10+ mile bike ride on base. We camped in a 40' motor home and will be back.

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This is our 4th stay at this campground and we have plans to come back. We stay in the annex area by choice because of the larger sites. We also like the fact, we can walk to the golf course. The reservation system works well for us since we know when we will be coming back and make our reservation in advance. Lots of activities so you will never get bored. Another great snowbird season.
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0
Vacation Bound Reviewed by Vacation Bound March 15, 2013
Last updated: March 15, 2013
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Oct. 2012 - Mar 2013

This is our 4th stay at this campground and we have plans to come back. We stay in the annex area by choice because of the larger sites. We also like the fact, we can walk to the golf course. The reservation system works well for us since we know when we will be coming back and make our reservation in advance. Lots of activities so you will never get bored. Another great snowbird season.

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They are not taking reservations for next year now, everone goes into dry camp. And they are pack like sardines, not a very nice place to camp. I found much better place to camp, and cheaper by the month. I paid 463.33 for a month compare to their 530.00.
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
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1.0
hamely Reviewed by hamely March 13, 2013
Last updated: March 13, 2013
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March 10, 2013

They are not taking reservations for next year now, everone goes into dry camp. And they are pack like sardines, not a very nice place to camp. I found much better place to camp, and cheaper by the month. I paid 463.33 for a month compare to their 530.00.

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J.B. left this review using the Directory software: - We submitted our reservation a year in advance, but were number 21 on the WAITING LIST when we arrived. After 12 days we reached number and were assigned to a site that had been vacant for at least 5 days. To assign us to that site on the computer they had to remove 2 other names. Office is staffed with volunteers, some good some lousy. There are 3 WiFi locations, each with a limited number of IP addresses, so service is dependent on how many others are on line. Virgin Mobile MiFi works, but is slow. Cell reception goes in and out, probably due to radar interference. If you want a confirmed reservation, you MUST NOT arrive in Dec, Jan or Feb.
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3.5
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5.0
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4.0
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3.0
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3.0
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3.0
Proxy Reviewed by Proxy February 02, 2013
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16 Dec 2012 - 15 Jan 2013

J.B. left this review using the Directory software: - We submitted our reservation a year in advance, but were number 21 on the WAITING LIST when we arrived. After 12 days we reached number and were assigned to a site that had been vacant for at least 5 days. To assign us to that site on the computer they had to remove 2 other names. Office is staffed with volunteers, some good some lousy. There are 3 WiFi locations, each with a limited number of IP addresses, so service is dependent on how many others are on line. Virgin Mobile MiFi works, but is slow. Cell reception goes in and out, probably due to radar interference. If you want a confirmed reservation, you MUST NOT arrive in Dec, Jan or Feb.

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VERY DISAPPOINTED!!! This is no longer a "recreation" area. It is a HOUSING area for snowbirds, and for some savvy Florida "residents" and contractors!! This is the most disorganized, inefficient camping area I've ever encountered, and I would not even call it a recreation area. I had not been here in 4 years, and boy has it changed. When I called to check, I specifically asked if there would be a space for us. We called less than 2 weeks before we went, and the young man ASSURED us that we would have at least partial hookups, and said to just "pick an open spot" if the office was closed. We drove 8 hours with 2 small kids for a 5-day vacation. WHAT A FIASCO !! We arrived about 4:30 New Year's Eve, the office was closed, and we picked an open spot. There were MANY open spots. The next day, we checked in with the camp host, who said we had to move to "dry camp" overnight (NO hookups of any sort) and then go into the office Jan. 2 at 10 am to get another spot. I went in there at 10 am Jan. 2, waited in a long line for an hour, with other people, only to be told we had to "dry camp" again EVEN THOUGH THERE WERE STILL MANY, MANY OPEN SPOTS WITH FULL HOOKUPS!! We traveled 8 hours to get there, with 2 small children, and bought over $100 worth of food that nearly spoiled. Also, the night we were in dry camp it got pretty cold, and we couldn't run our furnace or even a space heater. At 10 am Jan. 2, the office staff said "come back at noon" to see if we could get a partial or full hookup spot - STILL lots of empties!! - so we did. Then at noon, they said come back at 2. We came back at 2 - "come back at 4" so basically they jerked us around ALL DAY, wasting a full day of our 5-day vacation. Almost all the spaces that were empty the first day were empty throughout our stay. FInally at 4:30 I was completely fed up, told them we'd be leaving the next day, and that I would be contacting the base commander about this fiasco. (Which I certainly will). THERE WERE STILL DOZENS OF OPEN SPOTS, including the one which we'd selected the first night, that remained open the entire 5 days we were there! When I spoke to the manager, an empty full hook up site magically became available!! Mere SECONDS after the same young man I'd spoken to on the phone said there were NONE available and we'd have to dry camp again. HOORAY!! But not before wasting a full day, spoiling some of our food, and spoiling all our fun for 20% of our vacation time, not to mention causing a whole lot of stress. Had we known that this could happen, we could have at least brought our generator along. The fact that, when I called, we were ASSURED at least a partial hookup made this whole ordeal completely unacceptable. When I asked the manager how a site was now available when the guy JUST TOLD ME there weren't any, she said "well, he doesn't know what I see" on her computer. So apparently the folks there will just tell you anything, whether it's true or not. I heard this from lots of people: #1 - Florida residents rent their homes out to snowbirds in the winter for a lot of money, then take their RVs to live at MacDill while pocketing a good profit (renting homes for $2,000 or so per month, staying at MacDill for $600 per month including utilities). #2 - a certain percentage of spots "have" to remain open for active duty personnel (who presumably can just take off whenever they want (yeah, right) and go in with no reservations and no prior planning). #3 - retirees live here half the year (you can stay for 6 months at a time), and a certain percentage of spots are reserved for them. #4 - it's fine for civilian contractors and Reservists or active duty on TDY or PCS to live here, while getting per diem to live out "in town" and to pocket the savings. Now, I'm not bitter or anything, and don't begrudge anyone for taking advantage of a financial loophole especially in this economy, but this is supposed to be a RECREATION AREA, not a housing area. It's my understanding that MWR, non-appropriated funds, etc. are a separate funding stream from housing/BAQ, etc. So why are recreation facilities suddenly turned into housing areas? This used to be my favorite Florida campground. Not any more! Take your chances coming here, and make sure you bring your poop tank, water bottles, extra clothes, fans, heaters, generators, fuel, etc.
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1.8
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4.0
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2.0
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2.0
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1.0
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1.0
SueBob Reviewed by SueBob January 05, 2013
Last updated: January 05, 2013
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Dec 31 - Jan 4

VERY DISAPPOINTED!!! This is no longer a "recreation" area. It is a HOUSING area for snowbirds, and for some savvy Florida "residents" and contractors!! This is the most disorganized, inefficient camping area I've ever encountered, and I would not even call it a recreation area. I had not been here in 4 years, and boy has it changed. When I called to check, I specifically asked if there would be a space for us. We called less than 2 weeks before we went, and the young man ASSURED us that we would have at least partial hookups, and said to just "pick an open spot" if the office was closed. We drove 8 hours with 2 small kids for a 5-day vacation. WHAT A FIASCO !! We arrived about 4:30 New Year's Eve, the office was closed, and we picked an open spot. There were MANY open spots. The next day, we checked in with the camp host, who said we had to move to "dry camp" overnight (NO hookups of any sort) and then go into the office Jan. 2 at 10 am to get another spot. I went in there at 10 am Jan. 2, waited in a long line for an hour, with other people, only to be told we had to "dry camp" again EVEN THOUGH THERE WERE STILL MANY, MANY OPEN SPOTS WITH FULL HOOKUPS!! We traveled 8 hours to get there, with 2 small children, and bought over $100 worth of food that nearly spoiled. Also, the night we were in dry camp it got pretty cold, and we couldn't run our furnace or even a space heater. At 10 am Jan. 2, the office staff said "come back at noon" to see if we could get a partial or full hookup spot - STILL lots of empties!! - so we did. Then at noon, they said come back at 2. We came back at 2 - "come back at 4" so basically they jerked us around ALL DAY, wasting a full day of our 5-day vacation. Almost all the spaces that were empty the first day were empty throughout our stay. FInally at 4:30 I was completely fed up, told them we'd be leaving the next day, and that I would be contacting the base commander about this fiasco. (Which I certainly will). THERE WERE STILL DOZENS OF OPEN SPOTS, including the one which we'd selected the first night, that remained open the entire 5 days we were there! When I spoke to the manager, an empty full hook up site magically became available!! Mere SECONDS after the same young man I'd spoken to on the phone said there were NONE available and we'd have to dry camp again. HOORAY!! But not before wasting a full day, spoiling some of our food, and spoiling all our fun for 20% of our vacation time, not to mention causing a whole lot of stress. Had we known that this could happen, we could have at least brought our generator along. The fact that, when I called, we were ASSURED at least a partial hookup made this whole ordeal completely unacceptable. When I asked the manager how a site was now available when the guy JUST TOLD ME there weren't any, she said "well, he doesn't know what I see" on her computer. So apparently the folks there will just tell you anything, whether it's true or not. I heard this from lots of people: #1 - Florida residents rent their homes out to snowbirds in the winter for a lot of money, then take their RVs to live at MacDill while pocketing a good profit (renting homes for $2,000 or so per month, staying at MacDill for $600 per month including utilities). #2 - a certain percentage of spots "have" to remain open for active duty personnel (who presumably can just take off whenever they want (yeah, right) and go in with no reservations and no prior planning). #3 - retirees live here half the year (you can stay for 6 months at a time), and a certain percentage of spots are reserved for them. #4 - it's fine for civilian contractors and Reservists or active duty on TDY or PCS to live here, while getting per diem to live out "in town" and to pocket the savings. Now, I'm not bitter or anything, and don't begrudge anyone for taking advantage of a financial loophole especially in this economy, but this is supposed to be a RECREATION AREA, not a housing area. It's my understanding that MWR, non-appropriated funds, etc. are a separate funding stream from housing/BAQ, etc. So why are recreation facilities suddenly turned into housing areas? This used to be my favorite Florida campground. Not any more! Take your chances coming here, and make sure you bring your poop tank, water bottles, extra clothes, fans, heaters, generators, fuel, etc.

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This was our 1st visit the raccoon creek. Management doesn't facilitate folks who come in for long term camping properly, start in short term moved to dry or partial hook-up when in fact there are spaces available in the long term area. While we were there 9 days we saw at least 25 to 30 open sites waiting for who? So those of us who just wanted to stay 7 to 14 days were given a choice of maybe 3 or 4 sites, might I add there were open sites in short term but were told we couldn't move to one, so they were being held for who?. In a few words Don't understand their camping policy at all. That said area is beautiful, beach could be, if not for lack of maintenance and a much needed grooming. Did some golfing, ate at seascape, shopping in commissary. Would love to come back if there were corrections in the camp site placement.
Overall rating 
 
3.9
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4.0
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2.0
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4.0
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5.0
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4.0
Schof1 Reviewed by Schof1 November 12, 2012
Last updated: November 13, 2012
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Nov 2-11 2012

This was our 1st visit the raccoon creek. Management doesn't facilitate folks who come in for long term camping properly, start in short term moved to dry or partial hook-up when in fact there are spaces available in the long term area. While we were there 9 days we saw at least 25 to 30 open sites waiting for who? So those of us who just wanted to stay 7 to 14 days were given a choice of maybe 3 or 4 sites, might I add there were open sites in short term but were told we couldn't move to one, so they were being held for who?. In a few words Don't understand their camping policy at all. That said area is beautiful, beach could be, if not for lack of maintenance and a much needed grooming. Did some golfing, ate at seascape, shopping in commissary. Would love to come back if there were corrections in the camp site placement.

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