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Fort Bliss RV Park Featured
Ft Bliss senior leadership should be commended for its dedication to its soldiers ACTDU and retired. This facility is a FAMCAMP showcase - clean, modern, well-run, well-maintained, friendly staff, and reasonably priced. Many ACTDU TDY students stay at the park. No reservations, first-com, first-served with stay limitations. As an example, there were initially ~10 spots open when we arrived on a Monday in mid-December 2018. All spots are ~60 foot pull-throughs with water, sewer and 50 AMP electric. Adjacent AAFES min-mart and Subway sandwich shop, with AAFES gas and diesel at a good prices, and maneuvering space at the pumps sufficient for large RVs/5th Wheels. No cable or campground-wide wireless broadband so plan to use your hot-spot, cable not required as plenty of over-air programming (you are in El Paso, TX proper, with nearby mountainside broadcast antennas). The area is subject to high winds so RVers with slides be forewarned to have straps to tie down your slide top-covers when the occasional ~50MPH wind gusts kick up to prevent billowing/un-spooling/slamming. winds were calm during our stay but the sloped park near the freeway (not noticeable with windows closed) has easterly wind exposure. The sprawling Ft Bliss base is cut up by numerous highways and surface roads. The campground is on military land and nearby the Fort, but outside the base security perimeter, in a reasonably secure area but without access control gates. Adjacent MWR RV storage is available, but there is currently a one-year waiting list.