"This was our first camping trip with the new pop-up trailer. We stayed in Area 6 and enjoyed a g..."
"Locations are nice wooded sites. Only a few large sites. Was not too busy while we were there. ..."
10-13 May 2011
Stay here for 3 nights. Made reservation 2 days prior to arrival and had no problems getting site once we arrived. Checkin was at the marina, make sure you take pet rabies proof in with you when checking in, we did. Our site was a back in with plenty of of space on the large concrete pad, enough room for the fifth wheel and truck parked beside. The base has a nice exchange and commissary as well as a quick shop and gas station which has deisel. Lots of area to walk or bike ride next to the water/seawall. There is a long concrete pier that you can fish off of right next to the camping area. Bathrooms and showers were OK, nothing great but more than acceptable. There is a really nice community building with full kitchen and comfortable chairs with cable TV. Sites have water, sewer, power 30/50 amp, and spotty cable, about 50% of the sites didn't have working cable. The wind here gets strong rather quickly so it's not a good idea to leave your awning out if you aren't there to watch it. Getting to the base was easy and with a DOD sticker and ID card easy to get in. We took a trip over to Mustang Island State Park and Padrea Island National Seashore, this is a nice area to visit if you come here. Overall we had a very enjoyable stay here and would recommend it to anyone, and will hopefully return in the future.