We noticed that you're using an unsupported browser. The TripAdvisor website may not display properly.We support the following browsers: Windows: Internet Explorer, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome. Mac: Safari.
Was able to tour the base, lead by my son. Really nice facility for training. Next time, if get there in time to go through the military museum. Obstacle course is cool...too old to attempt any of the tasks, though...well, more out of shape than...More
This is a great free exhibition museum that’s located right on the base of the facility. The history of the equipment and challenges they faced as the battle progressed is amazing that we live in such a beautiful place in the world.
Temporary billeting at Camp Ripley is rather spartan....my room had a single bed...don't know if they double beds. Room had a coffee maker, small refrigerator, and many rooms have a shared toilet and shower. Microwave at the end of the hall. The sink is in...More
The outdoor exhibits are free and the museum is reasonably priced. They are always updating this exhibit. My husband and I enjoyed the interesting museum (this summer they had a special Viet Nam exhibit) but our grandkids would have found it boring. They had a...More
A nice place to stay. Our own single room with a coffeemaker, refrigerator and a TV. We shared the bathroom between the rooms.
Expect to receive kindness from everyone. Food in the mess hall was good and a fun time with the ladies at
My husband is a Vietnam Vet and likes all military history. It was very interesting for him as there are guns displayed that he hadn't seen before plus the outbuildings have all kinds of vehicles and the Hueys he flew are represented outside. You can...More
They have outdoor items like tanks and helicopters. We especially liked the jeep exhibit. There was almost too much to see inside: guns, uniforms, memorabilia, pictures, and lots to read. It was the first time my family actually found too much in a museum to...More
This was a fun place to visit. They have tanks that you can climb on and even one that you can go inside and has controls like a real tank. The museum covered all wars and conflicts. There is a huge display of weapons and...More
When entering the camp from the east you can pull right into the parking lot for the exibits. Our grandchildren loves climbing on all the tanks-all the machinery is accessible for the kids (or adults) to get up on. There is a museum the older...More