After hearing many good things about this campground, we came to check it out ourselves. Besides the terrible freeway traffic, finding the campground wasn't difficult. However, I have updated the directions to make it easier. The roads in the campground are narrow with tight turns, so be careful. We had called prior to arrival and learned of our site #. The office is closed on weekends and we arrived on a Saturday. The campground is on the rustic side, which isn't a bad thing. Very heavy trees and getting a satellite signal can be a challenge. We were lucky with site #C6, as it had a clear view of the SE sky. The campground was about 80% full during our visit. The boat docks were closed for repairs. The restrooms were pretty clean. There's a museum on post, but it was closed on the weekend. Being a National Guard base, there's no amenities on post. We enjoyed our 2 day visit. Not much indication of homesteading (other than the host sites).
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