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We have stayed here before, but during dryer months. Access off I-10 is a breeze, although current construction makes this much more challenging. Pay attention to highway exit signs. It is easy to miss the exit at night if you don't watch closely for your exit. Currently, the dog run is underwater and unusable. The mosquitoes were out of control! I've never been bitten so much in my life! During the wet season wear repellant! The sites are flat, well manicured, long, wide and the interior roads are easily navigated in a long coach with toad. The staff is very pleasant on the phone (we are never there during business hours). The spa is nice and restrooms clean. There is even trash service at your lot every morning (although we prefer to dispose of our own, immediately). Overall this is one of the nicer parks on our route. We prefer the cooler, dryer times, but that is not always an option. Even with all the rain it isn't too sloppy to stay. We'll be back. Again and again!

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This is a decent park for an overnight. I don't think I'd want to stay for more than a night, though. Keep in mind the trains DO pass by regularly and they DO toot their horns as they travel by. The traffic noise from I-10 was bearable, and we were as close as anyone to the road. That said, the trains were the big distraction. Getting to the park was easy, the interior roads seemed manageable although in the dark of night (when we arrived) it was a little tricky figuring out the traffic pattern. *Hint* look at the park map for traffic pattern tips PRIOR to parking. We were facing the wrong way but all worked out. The sites were fairly level gravel in decent condition and plenty wide and long for our 40' Class A with TOAD attached. The owner/manager was nice on the phone and when we left. There were several full-time residents here but they were no problem. This was okay for two road-weary travelers for a night, but I prefer the park down the road a bit in Flatonia. It was full when we called, however so now we know of a decent alternative when our preferred location is taken.

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There are quite a few permanent residents here. That said, they keep their spaces well maintained and are quite pleasant. The office staff was very friendly and helpful. Restrooms and showers were clean as were the grounds. Interior roads were wide, well marked, and easy to navigate in our 40' bus with toad. The lake is peaceful. There is quite a bit of sand EVERYWHERE, but this IS Florida. Our spot was level sand. The 50 amp hookup, water and sewer connections all worked well. Compared to the other park we stayed at in the area there IS no comparison. This park wins hands-down! We will definitely stay here again when training at nearby Eglin AFB.

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We stayed here several days in our Class A with toad while we taught on base. The convenience of being able to stay nearby while providing instruction was a big plus. The FamCamp is quite a drive from the main gate which makes locating it more difficult for nighttime check-in. We found the site we stayed fairly level, and sewer, water, and 50 amp hookups worked fine. Water pressure is a little low at the camp. The bathrooms. . . well, I don't recommend using them unless they are cleaned and upgraded. The machines in the laundry facilities were also lacking in maintenance, so we used the washer/dryer in our rig for laundry. The on-site staff was friendly but the office staff is lacking in service. We made several calls to the office, left messages and requested call-back but most requests went unanswered. The same was true for the on-base staff we were working with. There was some construction being performed at one of the sites due to a water leak, but that did not detract from our stay. There are probably better facilities in the area, but for sheer sake of convenience while working on base we would return to the location. We needed to have work done to our rig (air suspension hose fitting sheered off in Indiana) and found a company (Interstate) that could come on base to do the work. That was a BIG plus! Of the FamCamps we have stayed at, these facilities were the worst. Still, if you are required to do work on base, this camp is doable.

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We arrived fairly late (just before 10:00PM) but were still met immediately by friendly staff. The lady who met us took our payment, took time to talk to us about our needs, and escorted us to our clean, wide, level space. We hooked up to the 50 amp service with no trouble, and in the area where we stayed for our overnight stay, we had great DirecTV service. The park was immaculate, interior roads wide and well paved, and the gravel sites were level and clean. The park is a mile north of I-44 so it is conveniently located. We will definitely put this on our list of places to stay while traveling in the area. No restrooms or showers so not a "10" but a great place to stay if your RV has an adequate shower and restroom.

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We stayed here while teaching some of our fine military personnel on base. The rate reflects winter rates with no water or sewer hookups available for the off-season. The electric worked well and the park was quiet (with the exception of the occasional train rolling through nearby. We had a long, wide pull-through spot that accommodated our 40 foot rig and toad quite nicely. Restrooms were fairly clean and convenient. The office was not open, but it was easy to find a spot (we shared the park with about half a dozen people) and payment by envelope was a breeze. This park would rate a 10 had the water been on and if possible to hook up the sewer. We would definitely stay here again. The Prawn Horn Antelope, Geese, Squirrels, and resident Great-Horned Owl were a nice addition. Be aware the bridges on base are low (about 11'6" so if you have a taller rig you will have to drive a bit out of the way to make it to the park. That said, it is still a great place to stay while in the area.

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This place was very crowded when we stayed. We were "wedged into" a spot on our first night, but were able to move to a larger spot the second and third. The office staff was very helpful and friendly. The park is older (built in the 60s) but still clean. Although it was crowded, the neighbors were friendly and we never had a "bad feeling" about the place. When you are working or visiting in Greeley there are not many other options in the area. Fairly tight interior roads for larger rigs and lots of trees (making satellite TV reception difficult at many sites. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here only one night but were required to pay for two. We were teaching in the area and found we could stay on-site where we taught, so the extra night we paid for went unused. The park itself was nice. The sites were fairly level and long enough so we were able to keep the car attached when we parked. It looked like most people needed to unhook their toads to park. We arrived after hours, and security took us to our site. When arriving late, know that the gate to the entrance of the park is closed with a sign that says so. Once we made contact with security he had our name on a list, and we were escorted to the site. The interior roads were okay to navigate, but the park has a couple "islands" located in odd places when entering, and especially when leaving that we had to take care to navigate around. It looked like there were plenty of activities going on at the location as well as lots of room to walk the dogs. The electric (50 amp), sewer, and water hookups all functioned well.

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We did not stay here long (only overnight) but had a good impression from this park. The pull-through sites were long, level, and composed of small compact gravel, and we were able to keep our toad attached. The park was clean and quiet. All hookups (electric and plumbing) worked well. We arrived late but were told what spot to park in (which was clearly marked) and paid over the phone as we drove. We would definitely stay here again.

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GREAT PARK! This is the second time we stayed here (first review) and both times were great. The park is very clean and well groomed. The interior roads are easily navigated by our 40 foot Class A with toad. The pull-through sites easily accommodated both our rig and tow vehicle without having to disconnect (the tow vehicle is a small Yaris). Restrooms were clean, and the spa felt wonderful after a long day of traveling! Garbage is picked up by staff right at your site, so no need to walk to a distant garbage dumpster. The dog run was long, clean, and completely fenced. It is all small gravel with no grass, but my two girls didn't mind a bit. This is one of the nicer parks we have stayed at in our travels across the country. Office staff was friendly and had our "Welcome" packet available on a table outside the office when we arrived after office hours. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. We will definitely stay here again when we need a park in the area.

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We stayed here twice: Once driving east and once traveling west. Both times the owner was extremely helpful and hospitable, showing us to our site when we arrived late the first time we stayed. This is a newer park, so it is still a "work in progress". The sites are not completely level, but we were able to level our Class A without problems. The pull-through sites are quite long, composed of larger gravel which has not thoroughly compacted yet. The interior roads are wide and easy to navigate. The 50 amp electrical hookup worked great. The sewer connection was a long run from where our connections are on our rig, but still doable. We would (and have) stayed here again. Great place to overnight when traveling through a mostly barren part of Texas.

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This park would rate a solid 8 or even 9 if it were not for the train noise at night. The park was clean, gravel sites were long and level, and when we stayed here there were several pull-through sites available. Be aware that even though the park web site shows an American Express symbol they do not take it. When we called ahead the owner was friendly and helpful although we never met him as we arrived late and left early. With our 40 foot coach and toad the spot was a tad tight, especially with the trees planted at the sites. The trees look nice but their placement makes parking a challenge. When the trees get larger the park may not be very big rig friendly. That said, once one is parked the park is in great shape and very inviting. After reading ratings from other parks in the area I think we made the right choice by staying here.

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We arrived after sunset and after the office closed, but were escorted to our site by the maintenance man who stayed late. I was shocked at the $40 price since November is not exactly peak season and people who stayed in October quoted $23 rates. I was told that was due to an October special they had run. Interior roads were a little tight for our 40 foot MH with toad but were manageable. Out site was long and level. We were in area E space 51 and even had satellite reception. The area is beautiful although the park is pricey. We might stay here again if we couldn't find something a little cheaper. We left about 9 am and were unable to get a receipt due to the office being closed.

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Nice park with wide gravel spaces. We had a space long and wide enough for our 40 foot motorhome with tow vehicle attached and three slides. The interior roads are a tad tight but we could navigate them. The staff was friendly when we called for our reservation and on checkout. We would stay here again.

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We arrived late (as usual) but were met by the very helpful owner. We were shown to our spot and told we could "settle up" in the morning. The site was mostly level with granite rock on the ground. The 50 amp service was in great shape and worked well. Our 40 foot rig with tow vehicle fit easily in the space. There was plenty of room with all three slides out. The park was quiet although outside one could hear traffic from the nearby highway. One warning: when we exited from 69 the GPS told us to turn left at the stop sign when in actuality the RV park is to the right. The sigh is a little hard to see at night but we found it on the left side of the road a short way from the highway. Overall a nice, quiet place to stay when traveling through the area and minutes from I-40. No frills but the new owners are doing good work on the place and are very friendly. The rate we paid reflects Good Sam discount. Would we stay here again? Absolutely!