Review Detail

4.5 65
July 7-8, 2024
Overall rating
 
4.7
Location
 
4.0
Cleanliness/Hospitality
 
5.0
Amenities/Facilities
 
4.0
Value
 
5.0
Overall Experience
 
5.0
A nice RV park, like most of the campgrounds in Reserve and National Guard bases. While little or no trees or cover, the gravel sites are well spaced, with free firewood provided throughout the facility. Four lanes in the campground, with the inner two lanes pull-through and the outside routes back-in. All RV sites are lengthy, and easy for full hookup. Nice children's play area in center and several bath/shower houses spotted throughout. Northern side of the campground is an extensive boat/RV/trailer storage area, but is distinct from the campground. However, IMHO, the nicest sites are those back-in sites on the south side (sites 29-33) for their privacy and abutment to the trees outside of the campground. The cabins have 2 bedrooms, full kitchen, washer/dryer, TV/VCR, gas fireplace, and pets are allowed on a leash in the campground. Cabins offer a vast variety of amenities; fully furnished kitchens, outside grills offer guests the option of dining in, washers and clothes dryers, cable television and wifi internet. Each cabin is lakeside, with outside fire pit, fishing poles and paddle pontoon boats. Enjoy the sandy beach area, the playground for little ones and the wooded walking trails. Note cabins 1&3 sleep up to six, while cabin 3 can sleep ten. Training events at this National Guard base generate gunfire and helicopter/aircraft noise, especially on weekends. Starlink reception was good, with T-Mobile/Verizon cellular coverage adequate. Swimming pool within walking distance of the campground entrance. Absolutely one to revisit in the future.
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