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4.5 130
California 194156
2024 Jan-Feb
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RV park is nice with concrete pads, grassy areas and free laundry/showers. Staff is always helpful, but they have increased their rates quite aggressively, charging $64 nightly since Jan 2024. Maximum stay is 30 days and they are very strict with the 30 day policy (even for active duty) even though the park is never fully booked. They have a RV wash station that has been broken for year at least 2 years and they do not have a commissary on base nor a gas station. The exchange is very small (similar to a mini market) and has a barber shop inside. Not worth the price increase when you can stay at a KOA or campground for around the same price and not have to deal with the strict policies they have regarding qualifying for a visitors pass.
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February 26, 2024
We stay here almost annually for the last 7 yrs and love the peace and quiet, the staff, the gym, free laundry and there is almost always availability. We love the area. Lots to do, great beach, golf at the close by Navy Course, lots of great restaurants. Although the base access is strict, it's not a hassle, just show your retired ID and you're in without a problem. It's a great stop and MUCH cheaper than anything comparable in SoCal. Although the base sits between I405 and PCH, it's super quiet. There is an exchange and commissary 30-40 min drive to LA AFB near LAX.
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