Fairchild AFB FamCamp Featured

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Location

Installation
Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA
GPS Coordinates
47.62367, -117.664431
Location Information
Fairchild AFB, Spokane, WA

Directions

Directions
Large RV's must use the "Rambo Gate". Gate closes at 1800hrs weekdays. ---- Coming from EAST on HWY 90 exit 277. Go west on US-2 for about 7 miles. Turn left onto Rambo Street through gate. Although the sign states "No POV's", this is the gate RV's must take. After clearing the base gate, turn left onto W. Eaker Ave. In about .7 miles, turn left on E. Arnold St. Go about 1.2 miles and turn right onto S. Onmalley Ave. Take next left turn onto W. El Paso Ave. FamCamp is a short distance on the right. Caution: Turn is 130 degree, so get into opposing traffic lane if possible if driving anything with a large turning radius. ---- Coming from WEST on HWY 90 take exit 272, Turn Left at STOP sign, go over overpass, take first Right, then next Left (Hayford Road). Take to HWY 2 take a left at light, (Walmart is through light on Left) Go about 3 miles. Turn left onto Rambo Street through gate. Although the sign states "No POV's", this is the gate RV's must take. After clearing the base gate, turn left onto W. Eaker Ave. In about .7 miles, turn left on E. Arnold St. Go about 1.2 miles and turn right onto S. Onmalley Ave. Take next left turn onto W. El Paso Ave. FamCamp is a short distance on the right. Caution: Turn is 130 degree, so get into opposing traffic lane if possible if driving anything with a large turning radius.

Contact Information

Phone Number
Office: (509) 247-5920 - Host: (509) 244-3247
Mailing Address
92 FSS Outdoor Rec, 610 N Depot, Fairchild AFB, WA 99011

Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV. DoD Civilians.
Season
April 1 to Oct. 31. 2008
Reservations
Not accepted.
Internet Access
Free Wi-Fi available.
Mail Forwarding
(Your name), c/o FamCamp, 100 N Chenault Ave, Fairchild AFB, WA 99011
Pet Information
Pets allowed and must remain on leash at all times. Usual clean-up rules also applies. No fences or staked out pets. There are plenty of nearby fields to let them who behave exercise freely.
Campground Information
No stay limit, as long as they're open. Check-in with camp host noon - dusk. If no Camp host available, check with ORC at 610 N Depot. However, if a site is empty; take it! No fires, picnic and BBQ grills on each site.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Discounts
Military Club card members get 10% discount.
Facilities
Horseshoes, Fun center has Bowling, Roller Skating, and Mini-Golf. Diesel available 1 mile from base.
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Gas
  • Commissary
  • Exchange
  • Fitness Center
  • Shoppete
  • Swimming
  • Snack Bar
  • Class VI
  • Post Office

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
RV Sites
32
W/30,50A/S
$20
$120
$400
Overflow
Unlimited
None
$5
$?
$?

Other Information

Dining Hall Policy
Firearms Policy
Firearms need to be checked in at the main gate.
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Great campground with good reviews.

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We are full timers (38 years retired Army) and have stayed at Military RV parks all over the South and Southwest. We wanted to stay here, but the Defenders (Security Personnel) had me open every bay door, then wanted to come inside and do a complete search of the inside compartments, etc. I understand checking in firearms, but have never been treated quite like this before. We turned around and left instead. The base Commander should reign in the dogs a little didn't realize 70 year old retirees were such a threat!!
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rjslbashaw Reviewed by rjslbashaw August 10, 2015
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9 Aug 15

We are full timers (38 years retired Army) and have stayed at Military RV parks all over the South and Southwest. We wanted to stay here, but the Defenders (Security Personnel) had me open every bay door, then wanted to come inside and do a complete search of the inside compartments, etc. I understand checking in firearms, but have never been treated quite like this before. We turned around and left instead. The base Commander should reign in the dogs a little didn't realize 70 year old retirees were such a threat!!

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Really nice FamCamp with a very nice, helpful host couple. I have 4 minor negatives; 1., no good place to park while registering. How about CE smooth out an area in the dirt to the right of the hosts' site? Or maybe put down some gravel or asphalt to make a spot off the loop road. 2., water pressure was a meager 30 psi. 3., wifi is slow even with strong signal strength, 4., no fenced, grassy area for an off-leash dog run. Hill AFB FamCamp has a nice one with grass and trees. Now to the good stuff...everything else. Quiet park with decent spacing between sites, great auto hobby shop, good DFAC (retirees can eat there), even the Defenders are friendly! For you non-AF types, Defenders are what we affectionately call Security Forces personnel. One section of the FamCamp has trees. If you use satellite, you may not want that section. Sites look to be about 55' long. There is plenty of overflow parking across the loop road behind your site if needed for your tow vehicle or towed (toad) vehicle. No diesel at the base gas station, but there is a gas station a mile or 2 miles east of the base that has diesel. Grand Cooley Dam is about an hour west. Too bad the AF doesn't have a competition for FamCamps like they do DFACs. This place would be a strong contender.
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remoandiris Reviewed by remoandiris August 02, 2015
Last updated: August 12, 2015
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Late Jul - early Aug 2015

Really nice FamCamp with a very nice, helpful host couple. I have 4 minor negatives; 1., no good place to park while registering. How about CE smooth out an area in the dirt to the right of the hosts' site? Or maybe put down some gravel or asphalt to make a spot off the loop road. 2., water pressure was a meager 30 psi. 3., wifi is slow even with strong signal strength, 4., no fenced, grassy area for an off-leash dog run. Hill AFB FamCamp has a nice one with grass and trees. Now to the good stuff...everything else. Quiet park with decent spacing between sites, great auto hobby shop, good DFAC (retirees can eat there), even the Defenders are friendly! For you non-AF types, Defenders are what we affectionately call Security Forces personnel. One section of the FamCamp has trees. If you use satellite, you may not want that section. Sites look to be about 55' long. There is plenty of overflow parking across the loop road behind your site if needed for your tow vehicle or towed (toad) vehicle. No diesel at the base gas station, but there is a gas station a mile or 2 miles east of the base that has diesel. Grand Cooley Dam is about an hour west. Too bad the AF doesn't have a competition for FamCamps like they do DFACs. This place would be a strong contender.

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I really like this place, clean quiet and the camp host is great, gives you lots of info and nice. The issue I had is that it is easy to reserve into the rec camp at clear lake evidentally they have this problem often. We didn't realize till they called and asked if we wished to cancel we were at the fam camp. Found out a lot of partiers down there and its paved here with grass spots and a tree almost in each site. There it is dirt unkept close spots and on weekends military party there. So depending on your likes is where you go. Also it is fairchild rec but not on base.
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Penny Hanke Reviewed by Penny Hanke July 15, 2015
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July 12 to 21, 2015

I really like this place, clean quiet and the camp host is great, gives you lots of info and nice. The issue I had is that it is easy to reserve into the rec camp at clear lake evidentally they have this problem often. We didn't realize till they called and asked if we wished to cancel we were at the fam camp. Found out a lot of partiers down there and its paved here with grass spots and a tree almost in each site. There it is dirt unkept close spots and on weekends military party there. So depending on your likes is where you go. Also it is fairchild rec but not on base.

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This is a very nice Famcamp. The host is extremely friendly and helpful. Seemed to be always working around doing maintenance. Spaces 25-30 tend to be a bit close, others more spacious, but tolerable. First two rows are best for rooftop satellite. Other section has numerous trees. As suggested before, called security and was told to go to Rambo gate. Will definitely come back. Thank you, Duane.
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vwbluestar Reviewed by vwbluestar June 21, 2015
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June 16-20, 2015

This is a very nice Famcamp. The host is extremely friendly and helpful. Seemed to be always working around doing maintenance. Spaces 25-30 tend to be a bit close, others more spacious, but tolerable. First two rows are best for rooftop satellite. Other section has numerous trees. As suggested before, called security and was told to go to Rambo gate. Will definitely come back. Thank you, Duane.

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I have had a lot of questions on which gate that campers must come through here is Security Forces number (509-247-5493) please call them direct before you arrive weekday or weekend and they can direct you to the gate they want you to come through, it changes depending who is working the gates on what you need to do. Please be patient when calling the camp host for information there is no phone receptionist. I am it and have a lot of work that needs done, mowing, watering, cleaning etc. I will call you back when I finish with the outdoor work and am back in the camper. Host 509-244-3247
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bergquistd Reviewed by bergquistd May 30, 2015
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30 May 2015

I have had a lot of questions on which gate that campers must come through here is Security Forces number (509-247-5493) please call them direct before you arrive weekday or weekend and they can direct you to the gate they want you to come through, it changes depending who is working the gates on what you need to do. Please be patient when calling the camp host for information there is no phone receptionist. I am it and have a lot of work that needs done, mowing, watering, cleaning etc. I will call you back when I finish with the outdoor work and am back in the camper. Host 509-244-3247

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Fairchild AFB FAMCAMP is open, The rates are the same as last year $20 a day, $120 a week, $480 a month. and $10 a day for dry camping. The washer cost $0.75 and dryer $0.50 each use. The dining facility (Warrior Inn) is closed for remolding may be open late May 2015. Class A, C Motorhomes and travel trailers need to use Rambo Road Gate Monday thru Friday 6am to 6pm, after hours and weekends you will use the main gate. Call Security Forces number (509-247-5493) if you arrive and the gate is closed. The guards at the main gate may send you to Rambo Road gate anytime for inspection be flexible. Class B motorhomes use the main gate. There is no reservations taken but if you call the camp host {509) 244-3247 before you arrive they can give you an idea how full they are. Leave a message and your phone number and the camp host will call you back. If you arrive and they are full you will be the first to get a site when one is opened.
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bergquistd Reviewed by bergquistd March 30, 2015
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30 Mar 2015

Fairchild AFB FAMCAMP is open, The rates are the same as last year $20 a day, $120 a week, $480 a month. and $10 a day for dry camping. The washer cost $0.75 and dryer $0.50 each use. The dining facility (Warrior Inn) is closed for remolding may be open late May 2015. Class A, C Motorhomes and travel trailers need to use Rambo Road Gate Monday thru Friday 6am to 6pm, after hours and weekends you will use the main gate. Call Security Forces number (509-247-5493) if you arrive and the gate is closed. The guards at the main gate may send you to Rambo Road gate anytime for inspection be flexible. Class B motorhomes use the main gate. There is no reservations taken but if you call the camp host {509) 244-3247 before you arrive they can give you an idea how full they are. Leave a message and your phone number and the camp host will call you back. If you arrive and they are full you will be the first to get a site when one is opened.

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We arrived at Fairchild AFB on Monday 22 September 2014. Had been told that all motorhome had to enter trough Rambo Road Gate. When we arrived, at the gate, the AP said we should have gone through the Main Gate. This is because we are a Class B motorhome. So Class B’s, use the Main Gate all others Rambo Gate. Arriving at the FamCamp, we were greeted by Dwayne, the FamCamp Host. He is the most energetic and happy Campground Host we ever met. He gave more information, about Fairchild, than I ever expected. He was all helpful and happy at this position. The campground is very nice with pul-throughs, fairly level and three point hookups. Dwayne gave us a Link magazine. We found a special dog wash, at Tanker Tails on post, for $15.00. We have always washed our own dogs but this was had to pass up. So, our dog got a good washing. While that was happening we decided to wash our Class B motorhome. This is the first time we ever used credit card at a car wash. It stopped timing at $10.00, which was just enough time. You could also use dollar bills or quarters, for small vehicles. Shopped at the BX and Commissary and then went to pick up our dog, and was she clean! The wife washed three weeks of dirty clothes. The washer and dryers are all clean and working well. The washer cost $0.75 and dryer $0.50 each use. We were told we could eat at the dining facility, Warrior Inn Dining. We went for dinner Wednesday for Pot Roast. We arrived about 10 minutes after they started serving, so everything should be of good standard. You pay for each item individually taken. Nice looking dinning area BUT the food was all COLD and some of the toughest pot roast we ever had, including a corn-on-the-cob was cold. This has to be the ONLY disappointment of our stay! If this is what our service personnel are expected to be eating, then our military has a problem.
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LopakaMac Reviewed by LopakaMac September 25, 2014
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22 to 25 September 2014

We arrived at Fairchild AFB on Monday 22 September 2014. Had been told that all motorhome had to enter trough Rambo Road Gate. When we arrived, at the gate, the AP said we should have gone through the Main Gate. This is because we are a Class B motorhome. So Class B’s, use the Main Gate all others Rambo Gate. Arriving at the FamCamp, we were greeted by Dwayne, the FamCamp Host. He is the most energetic and happy Campground Host we ever met. He gave more information, about Fairchild, than I ever expected. He was all helpful and happy at this position. The campground is very nice with pul-throughs, fairly level and three point hookups. Dwayne gave us a Link magazine. We found a special dog wash, at Tanker Tails on post, for $15.00. We have always washed our own dogs but this was had to pass up. So, our dog got a good washing. While that was happening we decided to wash our Class B motorhome. This is the first time we ever used credit card at a car wash. It stopped timing at $10.00, which was just enough time. You could also use dollar bills or quarters, for small vehicles. Shopped at the BX and Commissary and then went to pick up our dog, and was she clean! The wife washed three weeks of dirty clothes. The washer and dryers are all clean and working well. The washer cost $0.75 and dryer $0.50 each use. We were told we could eat at the dining facility, Warrior Inn Dining. We went for dinner Wednesday for Pot Roast. We arrived about 10 minutes after they started serving, so everything should be of good standard. You pay for each item individually taken. Nice looking dinning area BUT the food was all COLD and some of the toughest pot roast we ever had, including a corn-on-the-cob was cold. This has to be the ONLY disappointment of our stay! If this is what our service personnel are expected to be eating, then our military has a problem.

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Dwayne & Teresa, the camp hosts, are the most accommodating folks we have encountered at any famcamp we have stayed at during all our travels. They go above and beyond to make your stay pleasant they will always answer the phone if they can or will return your call in a timely manner. Although they don’t take reservations, they will give you an idea as to availability before your arrival. We didn’t use the bathroom facilities but they were clean and tidy. The laundry room is small but adequate. One of the three washers was broken when we were there. Our arrival was on a Saturday so instead of going to the Rambo Gate, we went to the Main Gate as per directions one this web site and as directed by Teresa. Before pulling up to the gate, I parked in the small parking lot where I think Pass & ID is located. My wife walked up to the gate and the guard directed us to the Rambo Gate. Since I pulled into that parking lot, I couldn’t make the sharp turn to get back off the base. The gate guard then directed us to just come on up to the gate. She then told us we should always go to the Rambo Gate, call the Security Forces number (509-247-5493) and that someone would come out and open the gate. This is to facilitate the inspection that is required. After getting to the Famcamp, Teresa told us that they have been having a lot of problems with the gate guards and that we should continue to use the Main Gate during off duty hours. On our next visit to Fairchild, I will call Security Forces on the way in and get directions from them.
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bcrocker Reviewed by bcrocker August 21, 2014
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August 16-19 2014

Dwayne & Teresa, the camp hosts, are the most accommodating folks we have encountered at any famcamp we have stayed at during all our travels. They go above and beyond to make your stay pleasant they will always answer the phone if they can or will return your call in a timely manner. Although they don’t take reservations, they will give you an idea as to availability before your arrival. We didn’t use the bathroom facilities but they were clean and tidy. The laundry room is small but adequate. One of the three washers was broken when we were there. Our arrival was on a Saturday so instead of going to the Rambo Gate, we went to the Main Gate as per directions one this web site and as directed by Teresa. Before pulling up to the gate, I parked in the small parking lot where I think Pass & ID is located. My wife walked up to the gate and the guard directed us to the Rambo Gate. Since I pulled into that parking lot, I couldn’t make the sharp turn to get back off the base. The gate guard then directed us to just come on up to the gate. She then told us we should always go to the Rambo Gate, call the Security Forces number (509-247-5493) and that someone would come out and open the gate. This is to facilitate the inspection that is required. After getting to the Famcamp, Teresa told us that they have been having a lot of problems with the gate guards and that we should continue to use the Main Gate during off duty hours. On our next visit to Fairchild, I will call Security Forces on the way in and get directions from them.

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R.W. left this review using the Directory software: - This stop was excellent. Camp Host tries to make sure you are in your site and anything else you need. We were very pleased with the sites, restrooms, showers, and laundry.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy July 09, 2014
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July 2 - 8th, 2014

R.W. left this review using the Directory software: - This stop was excellent. Camp Host tries to make sure you are in your site and anything else you need. We were very pleased with the sites, restrooms, showers, and laundry.

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First I want to tell you that the camp host is doing everything to improve the stay of the FamCamp. He's out every day cutting grass, watering, trimming and cleaning the facilities, a real hard worker. They have some great ideas to help improve the area. I hope that they stay for years to come. All sites are gravel but level, wifi is good throughout the CG, wash rooms and laundry is very clean. I called in advance to see if there was availability and the host told me to be sure to use "Rambo gate" if you have a rig larger than 40' (located on Rambo rd, 1/2 mile before main gate L turn),note: gate closes at 1800 weekdays. You will have to have a vehicle inspection, nothing unusual. GPS brought us directly to FamCamp. Camp host gave us a book of all events that are happening on post for the month plus recommendations for local dinning.... Good stay, I wish them a lot of luck to bring this place to a 5 star. If their ideas come through it will make the best FamCamp of the west!!
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Buster Reviewed by Buster May 23, 2014
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8-12 May 2014

First I want to tell you that the camp host is doing everything to improve the stay of the FamCamp. He's out every day cutting grass, watering, trimming and cleaning the facilities, a real hard worker. They have some great ideas to help improve the area. I hope that they stay for years to come. All sites are gravel but level, wifi is good throughout the CG, wash rooms and laundry is very clean. I called in advance to see if there was availability and the host told me to be sure to use "Rambo gate" if you have a rig larger than 40' (located on Rambo rd, 1/2 mile before main gate L turn),note: gate closes at 1800 weekdays. You will have to have a vehicle inspection, nothing unusual. GPS brought us directly to FamCamp. Camp host gave us a book of all events that are happening on post for the month plus recommendations for local dinning.... Good stay, I wish them a lot of luck to bring this place to a 5 star. If their ideas come through it will make the best FamCamp of the west!!

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Weekly rate is now $120 and daily rate $20. Club card still good for 10 percent off. New host this year. They are trimming the trees on the west side by the pavilion. WiFi down, but should be fixed early next week.
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AC7880 Reviewed by AC7880 April 11, 2014
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April 11, 2014

Weekly rate is now $120 and daily rate $20. Club card still good for 10 percent off. New host this year. They are trimming the trees on the west side by the pavilion. WiFi down, but should be fixed early next week.

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We loved it. Clean, friendly, easy check in. Can't wait to go through Spokane again.
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yuggster Reviewed by yuggster March 10, 2014
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Summer 2013

We loved it. Clean, friendly, easy check in. Can't wait to go through Spokane again.

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W.M. left this review using the Directory software: - NICE, CLEAN CAMPGROUND WITH FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT HOST. SHOWERS AND BATH FACILITIES ARE CLEAN AND WELL KEPT AS WAS THE CAMP GROUND. I WOULD STAY HERE AGAIN. GREAT PLACE!
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Sept 28-30, 2013

W.M. left this review using the Directory software: - NICE, CLEAN CAMPGROUND WITH FRIENDLY, EFFICIENT HOST. SHOWERS AND BATH FACILITIES ARE CLEAN AND WELL KEPT AS WAS THE CAMP GROUND. I WOULD STAY HERE AGAIN. GREAT PLACE!

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R.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Tried several times to contact camp host to no avail. Hosts phone message was dated 08-24-13. We thought we would be disappointed in the fam camp but not so. It is clean. Full hook-ups 30-50 amp pull through sites. We are in site 7 and it is level. A detailed map of the base was provided and camp host said she would answer any questions.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy September 22, 2013
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Sept 10-14, 2013

R.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Tried several times to contact camp host to no avail. Hosts phone message was dated 08-24-13. We thought we would be disappointed in the fam camp but not so. It is clean. Full hook-ups 30-50 amp pull through sites. We are in site 7 and it is level. A detailed map of the base was provided and camp host said she would answer any questions.

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I'm trying to be fair in this review. When we arrived, the park was completely full and we were relegated to the overflow area. We stayed here last year on 13 Aug 2012. The bathrooms are clean. I liked the WIFI. But the overflow area was not in the best of conditions. However, it served its purpose and we got a good night's sleep before moving on.
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chief22 Reviewed by chief22 August 27, 2013
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3 Aug 2013

I'm trying to be fair in this review. When we arrived, the park was completely full and we were relegated to the overflow area. We stayed here last year on 13 Aug 2012. The bathrooms are clean. I liked the WIFI. But the overflow area was not in the best of conditions. However, it served its purpose and we got a good night's sleep before moving on.

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The campground is in a good location to visit attractions in Spokane. Brenda the manager is very helpful to everyone. I'm a CHAMVA member. I had never used the CHAMPVA so was surprise to be able to use the doctors on base. All in all it was a very pleasant experience. Beth & Pat
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pszenasi Reviewed by pszenasi July 24, 2013
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July 2013

The campground is in a good location to visit attractions in Spokane. Brenda the manager is very helpful to everyone. I'm a CHAMVA member. I had never used the CHAMPVA so was surprise to be able to use the doctors on base. All in all it was a very pleasant experience. Beth & Pat

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Very nice. But the nice lady at the mail service window explained at great length the forwarding address needs to include c/o FAMCAMP as well as name and 100 N Chennault.
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artgreenwood Reviewed by artgreenwood April 27, 2013
Last updated: April 27, 2013
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27 Apr 2013

Very nice. But the nice lady at the mail service window explained at great length the forwarding address needs to include c/o FAMCAMP as well as name and 100 N Chennault.

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D.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Beautiful base. Great walking and biking place. There are many parks on the base, only wish it looked like that at the rv park. That was the only downside. Good laundry facilities too.
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Proxy Reviewed by Proxy October 21, 2012
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September 2012

D.B. left this review using the Directory software: - Beautiful base. Great walking and biking place. There are many parks on the base, only wish it looked like that at the rv park. That was the only downside. Good laundry facilities too.

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I think the directions for getting to the base from the east are a bit incomplete. We turned when we got to Hayford Road as the directions seemed to say. In fact, we should have kept going straight. Otherwise, the directions were great. This is a good FAMCAMP that is located in an open, level area. Some sites are shaded but we chose one with no trees for our satellite reception as there is no cable TV. The restrooms and showers are new and clean. Wi-Fi reception was great and easy to use. Because of the type of aircraft assigned to the base are quiet, we had a pleasant evening. We stayed only one night so we have no feel for shopping and entertainment.
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chief22 Reviewed by chief22 September 06, 2012
Last updated: September 07, 2012
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13 Aug 2012

I think the directions for getting to the base from the east are a bit incomplete. We turned when we got to Hayford Road as the directions seemed to say. In fact, we should have kept going straight. Otherwise, the directions were great. This is a good FAMCAMP that is located in an open, level area. Some sites are shaded but we chose one with no trees for our satellite reception as there is no cable TV. The restrooms and showers are new and clean. Wi-Fi reception was great and easy to use. Because of the type of aircraft assigned to the base are quiet, we had a pleasant evening. We stayed only one night so we have no feel for shopping and entertainment.

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We have came to this rv park the last two years. Great camp host, Clean park, Big rv spots, We have parked under the trees and in the open area both good, The only problem under the trees is if you have roof mount sat. Not to far from a Wal-Mart and other shopping. Will be back next year.
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cdavis559 Reviewed by cdavis559 July 31, 2012
Last updated: July 31, 2012
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July 2012

We have came to this rv park the last two years. Great camp host, Clean park, Big rv spots, We have parked under the trees and in the open area both good, The only problem under the trees is if you have roof mount sat. Not to far from a Wal-Mart and other shopping. Will be back next year.

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