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5-7 Dec 2008
Our first visit to this FamCamp. Bottom line...... definitely a pleasant experience. First thing to note is that the office is not co-located with the RV sites. It is across from the commissary. The RV sites are located across the airfield, but not difficult to get to. As noted in another review, definitely use the main gate for entry. It is easy to get to on Route 113. No problem with a 37' fifth wheel. After the Main Gate go approx 1/4 mi and take the 1st right onto Dover St. Take the next right right and go to the T at the commercial gate. Turn left onto Arnold Dr and proceed around the end of the runway (couple of miles ??) to the FamCamp which will be on your left. Read the posted signs for info about the camp. We arrived, got setup and then drove back to the office to check-in. Nightly rate was $15 which is a $1 increase from what is posted for this FamCamp. As is often the case, for a first time visit, a daylight arrival is recommended. It was an easy check in, very nice people in the office. Definitely a smooth operation all around. Yes, the sites are located just to the side of the end of one of the runways. Wasn't a problem for us. Depending on the winds, that runway may or may not be in use. And when there was a C-5 or C-17 taking off it did not bother us that much. Just be thankful for the job they are doing! Very nice exchange and commissary. The exchange gas station has been torn down and apparently will not be rebuilt. Saturday morn the temp was 22 degrees! We had dripped one faucet and thus had no problem with a freezing hose or water pipe. Hope your visit to this FamCamp will be as good as was our stay.