First off, website says $28/night, actual cost is $35/night. Most expensive Military Campground that we have stayed at. Camp Lajuene, which recently raised their rates, is less money with full hookups & cable and a beach. Upon arriving I plugged in to the cable on the pedestal and couldn't get any cable. After making a phone call to the camp host I found out that they have the connection but its not hooked up to anything. There is no wifi unless you want to rent one of their jetpacks for a lot of money, or maybe use your own phone as a hotspot for free. Overall, large sites. Nice area. While walking our two dogs on their leashes, a brown and white dog came prancing along and went on our walk with us. He appeared to belong over in the far corner and no one seemed to miss him.
We stayed here for 10 nights. We considered this a good location to take in the sights of upstate New York, the Adirondacks and the Thousand Island area. Be warned - the reservation process is a bit of a nightmare. Apparently, the computer system double books or drops reservations. My reserved spot was occupied so I had to park in another spot and move the next day. The "campground office" is not occupied yet even though the building is nice. Showers are clean, laundry facilities include 2 washers and 2 dryers (no dollar bill changer - had to go to the post car wash for quarters. There is still no Wi-Fi and no current plans to put it in. Likewise with cable. I guess we were lucky - the post did not have copters flying the whole time we were there. Diesel fuel has to be purchased off base at $4.299 per gallon. By the way, the MWR is called "parks and recreation" and is located by the Firestone store. Post maps are available at the library (none at the parks office). With some organization on the part of MWR, this could have been a much better experience.
If you want to stay here you have to first go to the Lodging office where if you are lucky the girls, ditzey, know what you are talking about. Then they will give you "directions" to the park. There are no real signs telling you where to turn. We took the second and had to drive around, apparently we entered at the exit, which is not marked. All of the spaces have trailer rentals in them, except for one which was our space. The add says they close 30 Sep, but we were here on the 14 through the 22 of October. GPS and On Star will not get you to the park because it does not have a address. The park is also expanding so hopefully it will improve.
Very ignorant people. Asked at gate for directions. Was directed to the fort's recreation area. They are in progress of building a rv campground. Not ready yet. They had no idea of any other rv sites on the post. Pulled away from the rec area and was flagged down by a civilian employee. He took me to the rv spaces. They were located in a "parking lot" next to transit barracks. Finally found the check in office. They assigned my a space that was blocked by parked vehicles. No signs posted to forbid POV parking in the spaces. I feel that the most they should have charged would be $5-6, not the $20. Personnel were friendly but as stated before, totally ignorant. This is ok for a one night stay but only if the price was lowered.