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Dec 19, 2015-Jan 1, 2016
Dec 31, 2015 - Jan 4, 2016
July 17-31 2015
Another great visit to Pelican Roost! This has to be the "TOP" Famcamp in the DOD. You can't beat the views no matter what site your in. The ships coming and going, military and civilian, and the beach, are a bonus to this campground. Great rates, free ice and laundry, awesome staff, clean bath house, pancake breakfast, ice cream socials,and camping with your veteran brothers and sisters, what more could you ask for. You have to experience this campground!
This wonderful campground has set the bar for other military and civilian campgrounds for us. Great beach setting with an awesome staff. Debbie in the office and Wayne and George as the camp hosts are great. The grounds guy stays up on the grass cutting and the laundry room is always clean. They do a great job sticking to the occupancy rules so no one homesteads. From talking with the other campers who return often they all agree this a wonderful place. Easy access to the commissary and exchange. An excellent state of the art fitness center within walking distance. At $19 a night ($23 for front row which offers an unobstructed water view) with electric, cable, wifi, free ice, free laundry, level concrete pad and a great water view watching the ships come and go, who can complain. Certainly not us. We love this place!
A great place to visit. Quiet, well kept, Camp Host and Staff very friendly and helpful. The Kitchette was great to have access to and use. Ice Cream Social was a nice touch. The views are excellent along with the price. Will stay here again. We stayed at Pelican Roost with a 40' DE.
This is a beautiful park in a great location. There's a lot to see and do on this base. Although it's interesting that the commisary and exchange are located off the base.
March 12 - 24, 2015
Quite a bit of construction on the roads and interior of the base. They are widening Massey Road to what looks like a second lane for egress of traffic onto Mayport Road. New Logistic Support building going up also and dredging continues in the basin. Very few ships in port but did get to see a submarine arrive and depart while here and that is not something we get to see often. RV Park is full and as soon as someone departs later in the day it is filled. No overflow sites here just a few dry camping in the back. There is a new casino boat and it looks much improved over the last one. Cable TV has expanded since we were here so those of you who use it you will be pleasantly surprised all the choices you have. Still our favorite military campground and we have been coming here since it opened and maybe when we hit the West Coast in 2016 we may find one to top Pelican Roost.
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