You would think this park being on Andrews would mean the base would care about the appearance and upkeep. That doesn't seem to be true. We stayed here Jun 2017 and the place looks like the base wants to shut it down rather than improve it. The park is in the process of being upgraded to 50 amp service however in the 16 days we were there no one worked on this and half the park is unusable because of the construction. I asked Denise when the estimated date of completion was and she stated the project did not figure in a new transformer for the upgraded power needs and so all construction has stopped and she doesn't know when it will start again, so half the park is unusable until who knows when. The club house has a pool table, fuze ball table, air hockey, and ping pong, however no one is allowed to use any of this equipment. Denise said management removed all of the rackets, balls, and sticks because parents wouldn't control/supervise their children and the kids were damaging the equipment. That said this could be a beautiful RV park, but it seems like the base management wants to let it run down to the point of closure.
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