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Old 05-22-2011, 05:16 PM   #1
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Daughter deploying in july need to find camp ground close to base.
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They have a family campground on the base as well as supposedly the largest PX, I look forward to stopping there as soon as I can.

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Old 05-22-2011, 07:44 PM   #3
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Looks like they take no reservations I cant drive all the way down there hoping to get a spot.
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Try this one. Haven't stayed but it is close. God Bless.
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We have stayed at the Clarksville RV Park and Camping twice while visiting family there. It is a really nice park and well located.

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Old 05-23-2011, 07:47 PM   #6
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Do they have sewer.??
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Looks like they take no reservations I cant drive all the way down there hoping to get a spot.
Call the post and ask how often the campgrounds are full. I would bet that unless there is something special going on they will have quite a few empty spots.

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Looks like they take no reservations I cant drive all the way down there hoping to get a spot.
if she is active duty..she can have her command call the rv park and reserve a site for her. which you can stay on.

active duty have priority at the fam park

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It is a nice FamCamp and in July probably would not be to full. We have stayed several times with no reservations. But as stated have your daughter check into it. If you are not military or retired you will not be able to stay there under your name anyway. And make sure you have no guns in your rig or atleast check them in at the Military Police. I haven't been on a military base since last winter so I am not sure what you would need to get on if you are not active or retired. I am retired and have to show both our ID's to get on as they have been doing 100% ID checks.

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Looks like they take no reservations I cant drive all the way down there hoping to get a spot.
Ft. Campbell has two campgrounds, one of the two should have an opening. call the phone # and inquire. According to militarycampgrounds.us
Destiny Parks and Pavillion is actually off-post and open to the public.
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