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Oct. 16-23, 2007
Directions on the website are still correct. No construction. Calling ahead for reservations, I was told me that they were booked up for the next 2 months. (thru the end of Nov. 2007). I asked about the overflow sites and the "lady" came back after checking; to tell me that overflow # 3 was open. If I hadn't read in US Military Campgrounds about these, she wouldn't have volunteered the info. So, thnx for that. All of the overflow sites were open upon our arrival and stayed open for our entire stay. The parking is an open field with the hook-ups for 2 spaces on posts. Our number 3 had the post on the correct side as we backed in, but had we been number 4- they would've been on the wrong side. The overflow sites are prettier (to us) than the 13 paved, real sites. We had the Atlantic 200yds. off one side and 1 of the Chesapeake back bays 50 yds off the other. They are easier to navigate into and closer to the bathrooms too. Each single bathroom (2 total. 1- M, 1-F) contains the shower and toilet. So if somebody's showering, no toilet is available. There isn't any tourist info avail in the park office but the very nice ladies down the street at the Soldier & Family Support Center had Everything. Ask for directions there after setting up in the RV park. Not enough can be said about the Post itself. Staying here was a real honor- a virtual forced trip back into history. The Post has few big base amenities but plenty of those are close by. Langley AFB is a easy 20 minute drive. Close to all nearby attractions. I highly recommend it. Get here before it's BRAC'ed closed.