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4.2 106
Tennessee 93082
22 - 29 June 2013
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The potential for this park to be a primo park is there. The GPS coordinates are spot on, the park is located not far from the gate, and the commissary is literally in the backyard. The NEX is not much further away, and they have an excellent gym and rec center with a free movie theater. There was no one there as a working camp host (you are pretty much on your own here), and the reservation office (not located in the park but you can call instead of go there) didn't open until 2pm. Even though we had a reservation, we hadn't been given a lot number at that time. Pulling in at noon, we found we just had to pull into a spot, wait until 2pm, and hope we didn't have to move if someone else had that spot reserved. (not too worried at this time of year, but....) The bathhouse/laundry room has only 2 older model commercial washers and dryers, one dryer taking twice as long to dry the same amount of clothing. It's nice that the lounge with a somewhat functioning old TV is in the same area as the washer/dryers so you can keep an eye on things though. I guess we have been spoiled at other military campgrounds - better laundry and lounge facilities, active and social camp hosts meeting and guiding you into your assigned spot, and less expensive rent along with those extras not found here. A word of caution when entering the base - there is an obstacle course upon entering and a short distance past the gate, and it appears formidable to anyone driving or towing an RV (we were towing a 42 ft toyhauler)...but the gate guard assured us 18 wheelers came thru all the time without any issues. This RV park would be deserving of all 5 stars if they would get working camp hosts, and put a little $$ into the lounge/laundry area. The base conveniences basically do everything else to make your stay worthwhile.
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