Quiet little park. A little more rustic than most military campgrounds. Sites are large but not necessarily level. We drove behind the gym and billeting with the camper and parked beside billeting when signing in. They were very friendly. Very FEW 30 amp sites. I guess you can buy a converter in town for about $25 but have never had a need for one in the last 6 years of camping. The water was at ground level and you need a special tool to turn it on. Luckily our neighbor had purchased one (original purpose was to turn on gas in a fireplace). They may also have one at the office if they are open. No garbage as mentioned before. We found the Elvis Haircut Museum at Fort Chaffee. Small but VERY informative about the history of the place. Enjoyed the free tour of Miss Laura's in Ft. Smith which serves as their visitor's center.
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