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Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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This is a big, professionally run park. We stayed here two nights on our way in to Alaska and one night on our way out. All utilities worked "as advertised" with the exception of the WiFi which was painfully provided by TenoNet. Verizon service there was "so, so". Voice service was good. Data was only 3G. The RV wash was a welcome service, especially on our way in from the Yukon. I had so much mud and grit on my rig, I was worried we'd be charged duty at the boarder. We enjoyed our stays here both times and will stay here again. Loved the free cookies.

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Nice park right in the center of Valdez. Our gravel pull thru site was perfectly level. Power and water were good, sewer port clean and accessable. The staff was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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This park offers a breathtaking view of Kachemak Bay and Cook Inlet. The gravel sites are spacious, and graded horizontally into the slope down to the bluff. Ours was absolutely "dead nuts" level with no adjustment required, side to side or fore and aft. The water pressure was great and the electrical service was strong and steady. WiFi worked well at times, but I suspect some folks were being less than considerate and streaming video in the evening. Cable TV was all movie channels, but I received a good strong over the air broadcast on NBC and CBS out of Anchorage. Verizon was a bit on the weak side. The staff was friendly and courteous. The gravel beach at the foot of the bluff was excellent for walks. We will definitely stay here again should we find ourselves in Homer again.

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This is somewhat of a unique park. Not many towns I've visited dedicate practically the entire waterfront to a public RV park. Consequently the park is very convenient to downtown and the harbor area. Our gravel site was level and water and electric were good. WiFi worked exceptionally well. There are no sewer hookups in the utility sites, but there is a dump station near the north entrance to the park. The fee for dumping is $5 regardless of whether or not you are staying here. Be ready for the madness, particularly on weekends. This place gets to rockin'. We unfortunately were next to a very loud group of individuals, and quiet time doesn't begin until 2300 (11 pm). We very much enjoyed the town of Seward. Great place to visit. We would return here again, although next time I think we'll dry camp - Better value.

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This is a very nice park off the beaten path. Being outside of "downtown" Palmer, it is very peaceful and quiet. The owner was very helpful and it is clear he takes pride in his facility. Our grass site was quite level. Utilities were good overall. WiFi was very slow, but usable early in the morning. We were in a back-in site which was fairly close. Our view was totally blocked by the camper next door, but we had plenty of room to deploy our awning. Power water and sewer were at the back end of the site, but I'm in the habit of carrying additional hose and cord for just these kinds of situations. All in all this is a nice park. We would stay here again.

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First the ugly: As mentioned in another review, the access roads in the campground loops are in deplorable shape. Numerous, DEEP, water-filled potholes abound on all roads just begging for a few scoops of gravel. Next the bad: The camp sites are very tight. Thankfully when we arrived there was nobody in the site across from us so I was able to maneuver the Airstream into the site. Some sites were more spacious than others. Our site was barely adequate to accommodate the trailer, and I had to park the truck perpendicular on the side of the road. I've spent summers working in other National Parks with far better campgrounds. Next, be advised, there is a train station in the park. As a rule, I'm not one to be bothered by train noise, but the station is practically next door. Very loud the few times a day the train comes through. And lastly, of the parks we've visited over the years, I felt Denali was the least "visitor friendly". Perhaps this is because without riding one of the many park buses (for a fee), one really can't see much, and believe me, this is a very big park. Now at last, The Good: Denali is a beautiful area. Lot's of good hiking. The sled dog kennels are worth visiting. Honestly, overall I was somewhat disappointed. I doubt I'll be back in my lifetime anyway.

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This is a nice provincial park with the added bonus of the wonderful hot springs. We made reservations several days in advance so we were able to get a spot. Without reservations one might not be so lucky especially on the weekend. Our gravel site was spacious and absolutely level. As stated in earlier reviews, the walk to the spring was reasonably short and not strenuous in the least. I was slightly disappointed in the traffic noise. Perhaps in a different part of the campground it wouldn't have been quite so noticeable. We would stay here again.

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This is a very nice campground in an absolutely beautiful spot along the shore of Destruction Bay. The owners are clearly proud of their park as the grounds are spotless. We had an electric only site and only 15 amp service but since the weather was cool we really didn't require AC at all other than to make coffee in the morning. (easier than the percolator) There was WiFi available but it was quite slow even with my booster, but considering where we were... All in all a great place to stay. We would have stayed longer had we not been anxious to get on to Alaska. We will stay here again.

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We enjoyed our stay here. Our site was quite spacious and level. All utilities worked well. Stable electric, good water pressure, clean and accessible sewer. WiFi worked reasonably well. The restaurant was very good. All of the staff were very nice. We would stay here again.

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This park is OK for an overnight. Actually we stayed for two. Staff was friendly. Our site was reasonably level. Utilities worked well. Good stable power. Water pressure was fine. Sewer port clean and accessible. WiFi worked quite well. Not much of a view. There were a lot of campers packed into a small area. At least one big rig caravan was there while we were. Our space was at the west end of the park where access to the side road was easy. We would overnight here again.

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Nice campground overall. Nothing truly remarkable. All utilities worked well. Site was spacious and level. Staff was friendly and courteous. We would stay again.

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Carson-Pegasus is a lovely provincial park. Site vary in size and can be difficult to come by on the weekend. The campground is above Lake McLeod. We were fortunate enough to find a site that had a view of the lake, albeit through the trees. We arrived on a Thurs. night and stayed two nights. We were pretty much alone the first night and most of Friday before the park began to fill. We were in a rustic site. No power or water, but potable water was close by if needed. Our gravel site was perfectly level and long enough that we could remain hooked up. Nice trails abound for walks. Max, our dog loved the place. We will definitely return here if we come this way again.

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Nice clean park for an overnight. Easy access from the highway. The staff was friendly and courteous. Our gravel site was nice and level. All utilities worked just fine. AC voltage was strong and stable. Water pressure was good. Sewer port was clean and accessible. WiFi was good with the help of my booster. We would stay here again.

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This was a good camp ground in my opinion, albeit pretty pricey. All of the utilities worked very well. Water pressure was good. Voltage was strong and steady. Sewer port was clean and accessible. As another reviewer mentioned, the sites are "back to back" which makes everything feel more cramped, but honestly we had plenty of room for our 25' Airstream and tow vehicle. Contrary to another review I read, I found the WiFi to be quite robust. I use a Ubiquity Bullet booster, but that boosts the signal strength more so than the throughput. I never once had an issue for the three days we stayed. My biggest compliment goes to the management. They were two of the most genuine and friendly folks we've met in our travels. Their efforts really made our stay very enjoyable. We will return to this campground should we find ourselves by this way again.

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If you don't like kids, this is not the park for you! We happen to enjoy a family atmosphere, so we had a very nice stay. The campground is very clean and neat. Asphalt sites are level, spacious and angled so you aren't right on top of you neighbor. We stayed in a water/electric site. Water pressure was fine. Electric was strong and stable. WiFi was probably the best I've seen during our travels. There is a dump station close by. The park enjoys a beautiful setting. Lots of trees and a nice lake. Foot paths abound. There is an amusement park located within the park boundaries for the kids, young and old alike. All in all a great place to stay. We only stayed one night on our way north, but wished we had stayed longer. We would definitely stay here again.