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Disclaimer: I was in town for a family gathering and wanted to check out this park out so I stopped by. My first stop was the MWR office. The excellent value rating is the price. There are a lot of services available at this office, unfortunately, caring that there was an RV park on-site wasn't one of them. The young lady answered my questions but couldn't provide a map or brochure for the park. She also wouldn't take reservations either...call first before coming here! I got directions to the park and headed out. There is a sign at the entrance for new arrivals. Step 1, pick a spot. Step 2 check in at the office. Too bad there aren't any empty spots. One possible spot had somebody's car in it. Very heavy tree cover throughout. The road is narrow and trees are close. Every occupied spot had evidence of long-term occupation; semi-permanent steps, PVC poo pipes, fences and in one case a lawn! Yep, a honest-to-goodness real grass lawn! To his credit he had a sign for the "FAMCAMP spot of the month"!! I think that since this is a reserve base the rules may be different as far as long term/permanent party occupation of the FAMCAMP. I don't think we'll stop here. Good Luck!

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Disclaimer: I didn't stay here, just visited to put eyes on the facility myself. This park is an old one and the neighborhood around it has grown up. This park is also not for the inexperienced RV'er. The roads are narrow and rough. The tree roots have caused the asphalt to heave. If you're staying for a short amount of time stay in the upper portion. They are much easier to get in and easier to get level. The lower portion is VERY challenging and would require a steep decent, a 180 degree turn and then back up the hill to back into the sites. Those sites were not as level. There are some long-term or permanent campers but the sites were kept up. For all of these challenges the place was almost full! I counted only 5 empty sites while I was there. The manager was very friendly and informative. I would come back to give this park a try.

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We went to First Landing for a quick getaway (we live 1 hour away) and there are a lot of things to do nearby. We had heard about the flooding from Hurricane Matthew, but figured the higher dune line campsites would be open. Well, only one area was open (H) and several of those sites were unusable due to standing water. We rode our bikes around the whole campground to survey the dry campsites. Unfortunately while all of the dune line sites were useable, the loop roads to get your rig to them were still under as much as 2 feet of water! It is unknown when the water will go down. Interestingly, we did notice a couple of camp hosts in the closed area...with no campers to host! Nice job if you can get it... During check-in we noticed that all of the camp sites are being renumbered and many of them will be made site specific reserved in 2017. That means you can a reserve a specific site and no more first-come-first-served. Back to our site, we 'cruised' the loop to see what 50 ft sites were still available...and noticed 3 of the 50 ft sites had tents in them! Now I understand the reservations were not site specific, but there were tent sites open...and I can't fit my rig in a tent site! We ended up one of two remaining 50 ft sites right in front of the bath house...negative points. Next the grass is full of sand spurs, very sharp, small burrs that grab onto everything! Shoes, pant legs, water hoses, electrical cords, etc! They also are tracked into your rig and are a painful surprise when bare footed. We don't invite friends with pets to camp here because of these things. They need to be cleaned out...more negative points. Did I mention the bath house? Since our spot was literally in front of the bath house, we had pedestrian traffic trapesing though our campsite at all hours.

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I pulled in for overnight stay after a rough (literally) ride on I-95. I didn't call first, just showed up at the entrance to the park. It was kinda confusing as there were no instructions for campers including how much. So, 2 bucks went into the envelope and after a bumpy ride, I found a level site. It was obviously off-season as the roads were not graded and the sites needed cleaning. I was waiting for the ranger to stop by and collect the camping fee but he never stopped by. As I was sharing the whole park with about 7 or 8 other friendly campers, it was a quiet stay. I would come back.

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This park is on a military installation. Its close to I-95 for an overnight stay in-route to or from Florida. Very friendly camp hosts took care of my late (7 PM) arrival very quickly and efficiently. I was just over-nighting but the park and facilities were clean and well kept.

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I returned here to stay during a working vacation. The host at check-in actually worked with me to get the best deal during my stay as it wasn't a full month. Very nice sun rises over the river and good fishing off the park pier! The park is an old park built before RVs had slides and weren't longer than 25 feet so it is tight. As the older permanent sites are vacated, they are making improvements to be able to accommodate the larger rigs. Slow time of year so they had plenty of vacancies. Community center not very active and no ice sold before "the Fall"...I asked "Fall in FL or Fall in NC?" No ice...but I'd still come back!

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We picked this park for its proximity to our families for the holidays. An older park with spaces designed before RVs had slides, nicely maintained across the road from the Indian River. Most spots have a river view. It is a mix of trailers and RVs and it appears that when a trailer is removed, the spot is turned into an RV parking pad. Friendly folks, we were guided in by a fellow on a golf cart who put us in an end space thankfully. The staff tried to keep an empty spot between campers, but the last night the person on duty brought a class C to the next spot and told me to bring my awning in to accommodate him. Yep, the spots are that close! Also the length may be an issue for bigger rigs (mine's 30 ft) in the older section. There are many full-timers and a lot of snow-birds here. All in all, not a bad experience. The facilities are very nice and the clubhouse has activities just about every night. All the folks we met were very friendly and would stop and chat. We would return.

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Quiet park about 4 miles east of St George. Nice folks running it. I was put in a pull-through spot with 50 amp service. I didn't have an adapter for 30 amp so they loaned me one for the night, no charge. The bathroom/shower was being renovated, but clean. The campground is spread out so you're not on top of your neighbor. We left at first light and didn't explore. I would return for a stop over.

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We arrived about 3 hours later than planned due to massive backup on I-95. We called ahead to let the folks know, they assured it would not be a problem, a package would be left at the gatehouse. As it was, they saw us at the gate and came out to greet us and lead us in as it was now dark. Really nice folks! The site was hard packed gravel/sand. All the connections were in the proper place and in good repair. This is a new park and all the facilities show it. The bath house was heated, super clean and new looking. Water pressure was good. We departed at sun-up so we really didn't get a good look at the rest of the park. We will put this park on our must-return list!