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North Dakota Military Campgrounds


North Dakota



Grand Forks AFB - FAM Camping

Grand Forks AFB FAM Camp Weblink
 

Telephone:  (701) 747-3688

Season:   1 May - 1 Oct

Reservations:   No advance reservations.

Directions: On base. Best entrance for motor-homes / large campers is to enter base through south gate (cargo gate). Base is located approximately 15 miles north of Fargo.

Eligibility: AD, NG, Res, Ret, DoD Civilians, 100% DAV, visiting family members.
 

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RV Sites 20 W/S/E/CTV        -      -
Tent Sites (grass) 40 none      
Notes: Accepts Air Force Frequent Camper Program discounts, Golden Access and Golden Age Passports. Pets allowed on leash. Bath house, restrooms, grills, picnic area, laundry, pool, and boat rental available.

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Minot AFB - FAM Camping

Minot AFB FAM Camp Weblink 

Telephone:  (701) 723-3648

Season:  15 May - 15 September

Reservations:  No advance reservations.

Directions: On base. Access from US- 83 13 miles north of Minot. Located on west side of US-83. Enter through Main Gate and get directions / map to FAMCAMP from gate guards.

Eligibility: Ad, NG, Res, Ret, DoD & NAF Civ, Dep.

Minot AFB Web Page
 

 

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RV Sites 6 W/E          -


Notes: Camp has dump station, rest rooms, grills, picnic area, playground. Laundry and pools are available. Pets allowed on leash.

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