Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area

Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area

 
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Fort Fisher Air Force Recreation Area

Location

Installation
Seymour Johnson AFB, Kure Beach, NC
GPS Coordinates
33.981303, -77.914415
Location Information
>Kure Beach, NC

Directions

Directions
Depending on where you are coming from is the key factor for traveling to Ft. Fisher. The initial goal is to reach Wilmington, NC by the route that suites your needs the best. Primary routes for getting to Wilmington NC are I-40 East ans US17 North or South. There are ample signs in Wilmington for Ft. Fisher and are easy to follow. They actually refer to the Fort Fisher State Park but the Ft. Fisher AF Recreation area is on the same route and about 2 miles up from the State Park. The route through Wilmington is straight through to Carolina Beach, then Kure Beach. Ft. Fisher is in the Kure Beach Community. Once inside Ft. Fisher continue straight in past the flag pole, around a slight curve and then you will see a directional sign pointing the way to the Reception Center. If you are coming from Myrtle Beach, SC you can take the ferry from Southport, SC. to Ft Fisher, NC.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(910) 458-6549
Mailing Address
Fort Fisher Outdoor Recreation Area, 118 Riverfront Road, Kure Beach, NC 28449-5000
Email Address
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Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV. DoD Civilians.
Season
Year round.
Reservations
Accepted.
Internet Access
Dial-up available in office for checking email only.
Pet Information
Allowed with usual leash and clean-up rules. Pets are not allowed to be walked on the beach.
Campground Information
Rates based on type of lodging and season. Some sites have 50A, but not all. Secondary sites vary in type of hook-up.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Discounts
As of 12/1/15: Reserve 2 nights - 3rd night free.
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Tent Area

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
RV Sites
16
W/30,50A/S/CATV
$25
N/A
N/A
RV Sites
8
W/20,30/S (Varies)
$15
N/A
N/A
Tent
50+
None
$10 - $12
N/A
N/A
Cottages/Lodge
40
Full
$30 - $110
$217 - $665
N/A

Other Information

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Weather Information

Convenient sites for your recreational vehicle (RV) offer full utility hook ups, hard pads, cable TV, and bath house with washer and dryer. There are centrally located picnic tables and grills available. Public beach access located on both northern and southern ends of the recreation area.

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Aug 19 - Sep 1, 2016

This is a wonderful campground, and in our estimation the best value for $ spent. Campsites are roomy, although some have hook-ups on the “wrong side.” This was not a problem as we carry plenty of extensions. Best of all — fantastic free WiFi!!! It worked flawlessly during our entire 14 day stay. Staff was extremely pleasant. US Mail/UPS/FedEx directly to Reception Office is a big plus for full-timers. Easy walk to public beach access. Bathhouse and toilets are a bit dated, and although clean, are in need of an upgrade. If coming from the south you might want to consider the Southport - Ft Fisher Ferry. The ferry accommodates RVs, is very affordable, and cuts driving time as you bypass the city of Wilmington. We will happily stay here again.

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June 28 - Jul 1, 2016

We stayed for 3 nights and loved it. There is so much to see in the surrounding area. Anything you could want are need is close by. The beaches are beautiful and there are rentals of bikes kyaks at the rec center. The internet worked great and all the hook ups. We will be back. Marv & Carol Singleton

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14-18 April 2016

First time here. I made reservations for 4 nights for full hookups, 50 amps. When we arrived, the staff in reception told us not to hook up our septic because the lift station wasn't working. We discovered later that it hadn't worked in months. Now that's not full hookups, is it? We still had to pay the full rate. They suggested we use the camp restrooms and gave us a site near the showers. They were individual rooms, a bit dated but cleaned daily (we saw the cleaning staff) and definitely old. As someone who likes showering and using the bathroom in my own rig, it was a bit inconvenient for us not to be able to connect to septic. Our site was a pull in. The electric and water were on the correct side, the septic was in the front (wrong) side. Pad was concrete. Roads were paved. Site was long and very level. No wifi so we used our jetpack. A couple sites were shady but most were open to the sky. No dog park but lots of acreage to walk the dogs. It's a small open base. No Exchange or commissary. The area is quiet, the beach is across the street. I'd stay here again but will make sure we can hook up to septic next time.

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4.3
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24 March 2016

We are a popup camper family, we traverse the East Coast area, We enjoyed our stay lots of military history, beaches were peaceful and serene. Fort Fisher is directly across the street from the public access to the beach, walking across the street (crosswalk) from Fort Fisher there is a great beach shower to rinse off. I stayed in RV site 18 (15$) a night. I added a pic of the location. It was directly across from the Military Museum and right outside is military equipment, tanks, trucks and helicopters. Hint use the showers in the REC center they are cleaner and in better condition. The pool wasn't opened yet for the season but it was cute and looks like fun for the kiddos. We went to the Aquarium and the Ferry, those are a must do if your going there. The rec center offered some great activities and had equipment to rent such as bikes and kayaks. there are lot of bugs so bring your coils and bug spray. there is no open flame allowed and there is not BBQs at every site so either bring your own or you could rent one. There is a byway between Wilmington and Fort Fisher that helps you avoid the town traffic so take a look at using it when you don't want to take the scenic route. Lastly this a great Military and Historic area! It always surprises me when I read reviews and people complain about bathroom and shower facilities, I expect rustic conditions its camping...... Bring soap and TP :-). 

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3.6
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4.0

Mar 2016

Coming from the south to get to Wilmington required more downtown driving (we weren’t in coastal enough to take the ferry from Southport) than when we left going north. That way was pretty much a straight shot on good roads. Coming down Rt 421 to Kure Beach, I thought the best landmark was the white pillars either side of the road. The CG entrance was about a ¼ mile past them on the right. Our high rating of this CG is the same as what drives real estate – location, location, location! So much to see in the area and all close by with easy access. We recommend a ferry trip over to Southport, a quaint seaside town with good seafood restaurants. The sites are old asphalt pads with a concrete picnic pad with easy access to hookups. They do have cable, but you have to check out a converter box to use it; boxes that have a history of problems. They also now have Wi-Fi and we had a good strong signal. The area was unkempt with the grass was about 8” high and restrooms (none had soap) and laundry were less than clean. All of the sites are back in, but the hookups can be on different sides or even mixed depending on the site. The on-site restaurant and the clubhouse/rental center were all closed for the season. They offer off-season rates for the cabins/condos, but RVers still pay full price. There are mobile home rentals in the first part of the CG with some of the RV sites in between them. These sites are small, but the others all have plenty of space. We stayed in a motorhome.

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3.3
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5.0
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5.0
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3.0

August 2007

We stayed in a cottage back in 2007 that looked like an old Officer Bachelor Quarters that had two bedrooms with individual bathrooms separated by a kitchen and living room/common area. I am hoping that they have improved them since we stayed there but they were horrible. The cottage we were in needed a complete update. The unit stunk of old carpet and furnishings, the bathtub and bathroom was covered in mold and mildew, the air-conditioner stunk and the filter was full of dirt and mildew. The carpet was stained and stunk. The furniture in the common area was old and worn out. Now saying all of that about the cottages, the staff was very helpful and friendly, the location was right across the street from the beach, and the facilities were nice. The small annex was well stocked and the prices were reasonable. My father is also retired military and my daughter and her husband are active Army and my son is a former Marine. They all stayed in the campground and that area was very nice and well maintained and the bathrooms seemed adequate and clean. But since we stayed in the cottage, this reviews is based on their condition.

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4.9
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5.0
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5.0
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5.0

3 Jan through 8 Jan 2016

Had a great experience here. The weather was a little on the cool side, but it was January (40s, 50s & 60's) nothing froze. We did some local sight seeing and saw the battleship NC. Wilmington's River Walk and RR Museum and other points north, Ft Fisher and Southport, NC when we went sightseeing south. TV & cable had to be set up by the technician, but the wi-fi was good, even was able to use internet radio with the password. Some of the sites have the utilities on the wrong side and you can pull through to make a hook up, but we were fine. Laundry facility and bathhouse was clean. Met some nice folks who were headed south, but we had to turn and go back north.

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4.0

May 2015

We came here from Myrtle Beach and the ferry was amazing! I highly recommend the ferry if your coming from the south. Be advised the instructions to get to RV park are incorrect here. There is no sign that says where the "reception center" is, once you enter the base there is a sign that says "tent camping go right" and "recreation center left" I went to to recreation center thinking that was the office, HUGE MISTAKE!! The road is very narrow and comes to a dead end at a dumpster, there's no place to turn around so we had to disconnect our car which was a huge hassle in a tight space. What you need to do is turn RIGHT going toward "tent camping" the reception center is on the right side and you need to park in the large parking area to check in, then after check in you go back out and RV park is near the mobile homes near the entrance. RV park is kinda small but sites are large, only back ins. The reception center has a very nice souvenir store with a Starbucks coffee too. I think the $25/night with no weekly rate is kinda high though.

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4.0

Jan 2015

We enjoyed our stay at Ft Fisher in early January, 2015 The sites are large and full service, although several are backwards (ie electric, water,/sewer, and/cable on wrong side), and pads are narrow. This can be overcome by pulling straight in, unhook, and pull TV through grass to back of RV. Base facilities are closed in winter, and that was ok with us. Wi-Fi is…ify. Cable required a converter (provided by MWR office) but worked fine. When we arrived it was one rig there, and we called the MWR office and they stated that we needed reservations… ok, but it is in the middle of the winter and one other camper is there. The washrooms/showers were excellent; water pressure and/hot water great. Staff was helpful in recommending restaurants (we recommend Jack Mackerel and drinks at Bud and Joes afterward). Located a few miles from Ft. Fisher and the Aquarium; excellent for bike riding and jogging and beach time during summer. The base is building new recreation villas that are looking great. We were heading south and took the Ft Fisher ferry to South Port, which was very enjoyable. DON’T PASS UP!

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4.9
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5.0

20 July 2014

Ft Fisher is an open base w/many camping spots. We had a large shady back-in site. Hookups were close & convenient but saw others were not always standard set up. Some sites required pull in w/water & electric on one side & sewage on other. Confusing & some moved unit around for most convenient layout. Amenities were amazing: had very nice swimming pool w/chairs, lounges & a few umbrellas for shade, activities center w/multiple items to rent, I.e. Bicycles, beach equipment, etc. There was a pier well used for fishing. Registration center had a mini-store of some food items, snacks, beach equipment & clothing. Received mail here & no problem since this was my first experience using a mail service. Ladies at the desk were very sweet. There is a war museum on the base. Base is located across the street from the ocean beach. Had easy parking w/in the base & walkway onto the beach w/cart. Weather was perfect most days & ocean was refreshing in the blistering heat. Disappointed in the access to the ocean since the entry to water had about a 12" ledge to step down (was a surprise unless warned). Ocean bottom was stoney & sharp shells, hard on the feet. Sand bar allowed one to go way out. Base had a restaurant & lounge overlooking the bay w/a deck. Great sunsets from this vantage point. Stayed 2 weeks & hated to leave.

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(Updated: November 16, 2015)
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3.6
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4.0
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2.0
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4.0
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4.0

June 21-28, 2014

Stayed in the cottages these sorry I know they are building new but these should have been torn down years ago buildings are falling apart. We stayed for a week four cameras and nobody had the heart to photograph our sad green house. There are tons of programs on the base at very reasonable prices and the staff was friendly. The cottage next door had a dumpster in the front yard pretty ripe between dumping's. The place seamed like it would be great for rv campers may go back when the new cottages are complete but think I will chalk this up as a done that.

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June 2014

What a great location and operation!! The staff at the Rec Center were terrific. We had three of our granddaughters with us. The Rec Center staff went out of their way to accommodate. The kids did ice cream making classes and how to fish for blue shell crabs. They got to eat both the crabs and the ice cream. As most of the reviews indicate - LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION. We took the ferry over to Southport for lunch and ate at The Cape Fear Rest. Food was okay but trip over was great. If you are here on Friday night, go listen to the live music at the Beach Bar and Grill. GO EARLY or you will not get a seat. ONLY CON - bath house was AWFUL. Worn out and desperately in need of repair. What could be considered a con but isn't - the reconstruction going on adjacent to the RV park. Simply not an issue. Go and enjoy.

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2.0

April 24, 2014

Here is the GOOD. Location is ideal to the beach. Two or Three minute drive. Kure Beach is lovely and quiet. Picture perfect for those seeking peace and tranquility. Camping locations are descent however little shade. You can rent golf carts for $20.00 a 24hour period. Inside the rental building is tiny gift shop. If you are using a Tent there appeared to be plenty of shade for those folks. There is also a pool AND a beautiful dock area reaching out into the Cape River. Views from the dock at sunset are very nice. The not so good. Ladies Bath House very small and not clean. We rented a mobile home as our friends used their travel trailers. So we had a mix of tent users, travel trailer users and mobile home renters. Our mobile home good points AC- I must say worked GREAT. A full size12 cup coffee pot was a must and well used every morning. Bring your own coffee filters. They had very old and over used pans (we brought our own frying pans) ample coffee cups and 8 plates were in the home. There is also a small grill to use. There is for guests use inside the mobile home a washer and dryer. Yes it was loud but I was thankful to have it, so I did not pay any attention to the noise. Bring your own folding chairs if you plan on sitting outside unless you don't mind sitting on the deck. The decks are in need of repair and we did get splinters. Inside: The carpets are awful and in serious need of being removed. Black stains, stains from bleaching to remove some stains. As the first thing you see when you walk in left me wondering how dirty everything will be. The sofa and love seat appeared to be as dirty as the carpet. Large bathroom area off the Master bedroom but the tube/shower combo was very small. Queen size bed was ok. Dressers had broken handles which is unnecessary if housekeeping is inspecting each unit. Second Bathroom down the hallway off of the two other bedrooms. Double beds in them. These units have 1980 mini blinds that are broken and do not keep sun out so you may want to bring eye masks unless you want to be wide awake at sunrise. We carry them with us for every trip we take. The cost of the mobile home does not match the product. If we would have paid $60.00 per night in spring I would have been semi ok with it. The unit was just too dirty and the quality of furnishings were awful. Sorry I would have much rather reported clean sleeping facilities but I can not. The location saved the day and the company we visited with. Fort Fisher Recreation /Beach is a diamond but demolish the mobile homes OR fix them up. Great for RV, tent and Travel Trailers.

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July 15, 2013

We stayed at site 21 which is in overflow area. This is the first overflow area that seems better then the normal open sites. We had 50 amp, water and sewer. We could see the water and the pier from our RV and close to beach for a nice stroll. Nice shade tree that gave us adequate shading to keep us out of the sun and we were even able to get satellite. We're only staying for two day's heading towards Florida after this. I could of stayed longer but have places to see.

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(Updated: July 04, 2013)
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4.7
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5.0
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5.0
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3.0
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5.0
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5.0

June 24 to July 2, 2013

This is our go to place. Never been disappointed. They are slowly making improvements but it is a really great place to be. Our grandkids love the rec center , their programs are great and something for everyone. They could use some improvements in the bath and shower houses. We will return we have a favorite spot that we try to get each time. Take some ant spray with you. The deer will pay you a visit every night and there is a herd of stray cats that are taken care of and so don't feel sorry for them they are healthy and fed.

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(Updated: July 30, 2014)
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June 7 - June 14, 2013

This is the third year in a row I've taken my grandkids to Fort Fisher when they get out of school and they love the place! We go for a week and they are never bored here with so much to do. I stayed in an RV site and my son rented a cottage for the week. The location of this facility is perfect. It sits between the ocean on one side and the Cape Fear River on the other. There is a row of privately owned beach houses on the ocean side, but there is public access between the houses at both the north and south ends of Fort Fisher. There is a pool on site with lifeguards on duty. It sits next to a fully stocked recreation center where you can rent canoes, kayaks, beach equipment, and has games, big screen tv, computers for your use, and a library among other things. They run daily programs for the kids, some free, some with a minimum cost. My grandkids attended the 3 hour Adventure Camp on Wednesday mornings and had a ball...even the teenaged ones!!! LOL Fort Fisher also has an on-site restaurant during the summer season, serving breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Nothing fancy....just good solid food. There are also free concerts on Friday nights for everyone...even civilians! The town of Carolina Beach, just up the road, has free outdoor movies on Sunday nights in a park right along the main road. There is also a carnival area and outdoor community area at the boardwalk. The carnival has rides for the kids and adults. It's a little pricey if you buy coupons for the rides, but on Wednesday night you can purchase "buddy passes" that will give the kids wristbands to ride all night ($35 for 2.) The community area also has free concerts, bingo, and other activities daily. So if you want to take your kids to the beach during the summer and don't want to go broke doing it, I heartily recommend Fort Fisher to you!

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(Updated: May 17, 2013)
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5.0
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10-12 May 2013

We called on a whim to see if they had any space over this weekend. The did have overflow available. We loved it in overflow. It was quiet and we were very close to the beach at the camping area. My only disappointment is that they don't have a "legal" dog accessible beach area. We had a great time there and I'm sure we will be back in the future since it is fairly close (less than 3 hour drive) from where we live.

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(Updated: October 21, 2012)
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4.9
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5.0
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1995, 2006, 2009, 2011

I've used all the facilities of this campground over the years and have nothing but high praise for them. The cottages have always been neat and clean with comfortable "BIG" beds. The RV sites are clean, spacious and near the bathhouse. The tent sites (neat and well maintained) are near the beach, bathhouse, snack bar (open summer season only) and boat ramp. The staff has gone out of the way to make my stays worry free. Late arrival - no problem - info packet is placed where you can easily find it. Once they had no room in the RV Sites and they allowed us to set up the RV by the Entertainment Stage after the music was over. Now that's service. If you're a history buff then Fort Fisher and the museum is just down the road; into aquatic life - ditto the Maritime Museum. And the USS NORTH CAROLINA is just up the road in Wilmington. And there are plenty of quality food establishments in the area. Highly recommend Granny's for breakfast.

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(Updated: October 10, 2012)
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3.7
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4.0
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3.0
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4.0

Oct 3 - Oct 8, 2012

This small campground would be the place to be during the summer beach season (if you can get a reservation). A short 300 yard walk to the beach with easy access provided by two walkways across the dunes. Showers are located at the edge of the base to rinse off the sand and salt before returning to your RV. The campground appears to be a mobile home park that has been converted to a campground which also has several modular homes that serve as beach cottages. The sites are not close together and each has a concrete pad and driveway. The water and electric utilities are on the wrong side but this can be overcome by running your hose and power cord under your RV. In some sites the sewer connection is also on the wrong side. If you have a motorhome, you could drive in (not back in) and eliminate these problems. There is a bathhouse and laundry. The showers are located in individual rooms with sink and toilet, providing maximum privacy. The $25 daily rate would be appropriate for the summer season but, in my opinion, is too high for other parts of the year. Fort Fisher is located near the end of the highway and, except for the typical beach shops and restaurants, there isn’t much down here. The aquarium and Fort Fisher are nearby. The nearest Wal-Mart is 12 miles back toward Wilmington. Visit Jack Mackerel’s restaurant for some great seafood. During our visit, they were offering 40% off on Wednesdays, a real bargain.

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2.5
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May 31 thru June 8, 2012

A.C. left this review using the Directory software: - Campground is currently undergoing installation of new water pipes and the sites are hard to access at times to say nothing of the mess. Additionally the bathouse is being redone and as a consequence only one shower/toilet facilities are available for the entire campground. The laundry facilities are also undergoing refurbishment so no washers or dryers are non existent at this time. We have managed but it would be nice if we were told this before we made the reservations here. Also the rates are not as advertised on the website (Fort Fishers or the Campground Directory). They should update the info. Not sure when the construction work will be done.

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