1 Park near Mid-South Naval Support Activity, Tennessee
Nov 2015 - $21.00
One of the best of 18 military base campgrounds we've visited this year.
Very easy in/ out of the base via the south gate. Great sites, level and plenty of room to get into the site. Easy walk to the commissary.
New washers and dryers.
No CG rec room/ area.
Typical military base services. Friendly staff at all locations.
We will be back to spend a week or more for an extended visit to Memphis. - PawPaw
Oct 2015 - $21.00
Fantastic park. Easy access through South Gate (when it is actually open, so call ahead to verify which gate to use) and right behind the Commissary. Very easy to maneuver even the largest rigs and trailers in here, once you get past the front gates. Plenty of wide, level, paved spaces with picnic tables. Laundry facilities and bathroom (toilet in a stall, dual sinks and vanities in womens, urinal and single sink in mens) showers were great (so clean my wife said she'd go barefoot in them), water pressure throughout facility was good. Two free, high-efficiency front-loader washers that featured a 'short-wash' cycle (perfect for RV worn clothes) and two free dryers. The entire building doubles as a lounge with a huge table for folding your laundry, iron and ironing board (just like berthing back on the ship!!!), comfy chairs, cable TV, relatively current magazines and a desk/chair in case you bring your laptop. Best part of the facility was the cleaning crew that showed up every morning and left the place spotless! The only downside was waiting for people to come and fetch their laundry, leaving several guests waiting their turn. Dumpster was near our space, but there was no recycling program noted and I'm uncertain if the waste management company has a sorting facility for recycling. Wifi was good around the park (our antenna was next to the laundry), and from our spot we had clear HD signal from both Dish and OTA antenna, which yielded a dozen regular TV channels and another dozen shopping/religious/ESL channels, all with crystal clear signal. South end of the park has a row of tall trees that could provide shade in summer months, but may also interfere with your dish. Other spaces had trees around them, but they were not so dense that they'd block the signal. Sprint and AT&T had good service, but we didn't need to use our Hotspot devices. We can certainly understand why this is such a popular FamCamp, and will eagerly stay here again! - NavyStore
Jun 2015 - $21.00
The front gate was the only one open at the time we arrived. We had used the Singleton gate before which was/is more convenient, but was not open the time. Pros: The price is very nice and so is the convenience to the base exchange and commissary. The lots are nicely spaced and allow for plenty of room between other campers. Cons: Slabs are breaking and not all the utility pole lights work. Not a lot of things to do at this site, but it provides a nice stopping point. - RET Nav Travelers