Typical military hassle of going through a gate to get to the registration desk three miles down the road. Check-in at 2 pm, check-out is at 10 am. Swimming pool is not in the CG, but there is a swim area in the lake with nice sandy beach. The whole CG is filled with mature shade trees. The showers/latrines are typical no-frills concrete structures. Pull through sites are marked from the wrong side, but we had no problem maneuvering our 29' MH with Ford Ranger in tow. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Very adequate campground. Rustic and a little rough around the edges but otherwise certainly more than worth the price of admission. Our site (#28) was shown as a pull-thru but that was innacurate; upon arrival at the site we had to back in up an initial steep grade; entire site had moderate slope back to front but level side to side. Don't arrive after dark if you can help it. Site required a fair amount of clean-up upon arrival. Trash in fire ring, cigarette butts littered throughout the campsite, etc. Interior roads are well graveled but at night could be tough to feel your way around if you're not familiar. Sites are gravel and most need freshening up but otherwise were reasonably level. Utilities were located at the wrong end of our site. Extra 50 amp power cord & hose was needed to reach from the power and water hookup to the rear of our camper. Very efficient, friendly and helpful staff at check-in. Several long term permanent RV's with the usual indigent long term stuff scattered around the outside of the RV's giving a poor visual impression of what could be a very nice rustic little campground. We will stay here again. The long termer's sites & their RV's need to be cleaned up or run out altogether. I got the impression the campground was planned and laid out by someone who know's little or nothing about RV'ing. JMHO. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This campground is on a Active Air force base therefore you must be Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV. DoD Civilians. in order to use the facility, it just went thru a $300,000 upgrade all new pads for picnic tables as well as new tables new grills new fire rings, all new Electric and Water to each site as well as trash cans etc, the bath houses got all new fixtures etc, new sand for the beach and new area for volley ball and several new Docks and slips to store your boat in while camping and several new horse shoe pits etc,etc, Just an awesome campground, However it is NOT ADA compliant. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.