Whomever designed this fam camp knows nothing about RVs. Previous post by tdplummer is accurate and I'd like to pile on. The location is the site is great with wonderful scenery, but it's not level enough. The whole flushing uphill thing needs to be addressed, too. The staff that checks you in is friendly enough, but could use a field trip to the park to see how the sites are oriented and to explain the difference between 30- and 50-amp requirements. The base could also use a few signs that say "Billeting" or "Lodging" to point visitors to the building where we check in. What it's called locally is not universally understood. Thanks to the fella who's taking virtual ownership of the park and working hard to improve it. This review is for you, buddy. Please show the colonel.
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