Agree with all previous comments. We arrived from the west off US 281, so was about a 15 mile drive to get here. When we saw the place we hesitated and almost turned around to go back to Lampasas to stay at a commercial site. This place is rather grim, but has great potential. My understanding is that they do plan to make changes and add new pull-thru sites, then start taking out half of the existing sites to make room for large rigs. Would be great if they did. No wifi! The Army must have an issue with wifi as it has not been available at any Army campground we have been at. When arriving at the Clark Rd. gate, you need to stay to the right and go thru the x-ray machine. Your whole rig has to be x-rayed. Pets and people have to exit while the x-ray is completed -- big hassle.
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