The Camp Host is the deciding factor to stay at Wright Patterson FAMCAMP. She has done an outstanding job getting things fixed up and harnessing motivation of many volunteers. Laundry area and bathrooms were very well kept. The sites themselves are also in very good condition and have brand new picnic tables. We used laundry facilities regularly and found the machines and prices to be good. Local campers help out with mowing, so the grounds are in very good condition because the folks who stay there frequently take great pride in maintaining the facilities. The regulars are also very friendly and helpful. One downside on facilities and amenities is lack of water pressure and power of the WIFI signal in the park. Water pressure is coming into the coach at ~20psi. Not the greatest, but I do have water. WIFI is available, but most folks seem to go to the table near the restrooms/laundry room or in the laundry room to gain access to the device. MWR and the chain of command don't seem to realize what a gem they have available within reach of the Gem City (Dayton) and the National Museum of the US Air Force. Far too many big ticket events like the AF Marathon and Dayton/Vectren Airshow to allow anything but a top-notch operation at this FAMCAMP. Hopeful wing leadership will see the monetary impact some pride has brought to the park and make a conscious decision to provide funding and/or make further improvements to the camp.
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