We called a few days before our arrival and made reservations with Todd at the Outdoor Rec Office which is located within walking distance, on the mountain of the campsites, just beyond the Golf Driving Range. When we arrived I called Todd and asked which site was ours, he said just pick one, there should be three available, however, there was only two, number 2 & 7. We selected 7. The sites are narrow with steel poles, the electrical pedestal, a covered pavilion and lighting too close to the sides, so we pulled far forward to assure clearance of our slides. Check-in with Todd was easy and he was friendly. NOTE: Their reservation system seems a bit less than precise, as they allow folks to reserve a site, without knowing which site or how long you plan to stay. If a person shows up after hours and parks in a space, or if someone doesn't leave when they said they would, your site will be occupied when you show up on a Sunday or after hours without knowing who is on your site. They do have some electric only overflow sites available, which were occupied while we were there, however, site number 2 was never occupied. Commissary was well stocked and open on the weekends. The post museum was free and interesting. We very much enjoyed our stay.
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