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This is a nicely run KOA Journey park. They make no claims about being a destination. They're mission is to provide a safe, clean place to spend a night or two for us travelers, and in my opinion they do it well. The staff was very courteous and helpful. All utilities worked very well including the WiFi (refreshing). Our gravel space was nicely level and traffic noise from nearby I-70 was within reason. We would stay here again.

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This is a very nice State Park located in an otherwise urban area. The park is large with lots to do. Campground itself appears to be very well run. Lots of camp hosts going about keeping the place clean and orderly. Our paved site was absolutely level. All utilities worked very well with the exception of the WiFi. Once again we have an overburdened public network where the signal strength is adequate but the throughput is deplorable. I used my Verizon phone hotspot. We stayed here for three nights visiting family in the area. We would stay here again.

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Lovely campground, but rather pricy. Staff was friendly. Our site was level and spacious. A little tight turning in between two large Cottonwoods, but we managed. All utilities worked well except the WiFi which was atrocious. Parks should not advertise WiFi if it doesn't work well! It's like saying, "We have electricity that kinda works, sometimes." Enough said. Otherwise we enjoyed our stay here. They had a great cowboy singer on Saturday night. We would probably stay here again.

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I must agree with some of the other reviewers, the owners of this park definitely go the extra mile to make you feel welcomed. Everyone was exceptionally friendly and guided us to our site after which they checked to be sure we were settled and happy. Aesthetically the park is somewhat lacking, but Wyoming campgrounds along the I-80 corridor are pretty much all gravel parking lots. Our site was reasonably level. All utilities worked well, including the cable TV. The new WiFi system was adequate for a satellite based public network, but got overwhelmed in the evenings. They had a nice, fenced pet area, a big playground for the kids and a small miniature golf course. They are clearly trying to please here and it shows. Road noise was a bit excessive, but we would stay here again.

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Nice clean campground. Our site was spacious and level. Water pressure was good. WiFi was excellent. The electrical voltage was low and unstable when I first hooked up. Checked it at the pedestal with my Fluke meter. Got readings from 108 to 113. It seemed to stabilize as time went on however. I still used my booster to protect my AC. Curious. Be that as it may, we enjoyed our stay here immensely. We would stay here again.

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Nice little park for an overnight. All utilities worked well including the WiFi. Staff was very friendly. Our site was quite level. The park was clean and orderly. Thankfully there was no auction in progress the night we were there. We would definitely stay here again.

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Gig Harbor RV Resort is a nice clean park in a lovely setting. The gravel sites are on a hillside surrounded by mature evergreen forest. Our water and electric site was reasonably level. The water pressure and electrical current were good. The WiFi was terrible. Most of the time I relied on my Verizon data account. I don't really have any complaints about the park per say, however I do think that the use of the word "resort" is stretching things a little. There is no on-site food available. There is no swimming pool. In fact there were no "amenities" at all that we could find. These are just a few of the criteria I look for in a resort. Otherwise the nearby town of Gig Harbor is utterly charming and well worth a long stroll. Parking is very tight, so head to town early. We would probably stay here again.

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We enjoyed our three day stay in this park. We had another Airstream next to us, so the neighborhood was looking up from the beginning. Our gravel site was perfectly level. The grass in the front yard was green and healthy and since the sites are angled, there was plenty of room to deploy our awning. Water and electric were strong and steady. The sewer port was clean and accessible. The WiFi worked quite well in spite of the park being full the entire time we were here. The management was exceptionally friendly and accommodating. They don't profess to be a "destination" campground, but considering the scarcity of decent parks in the greater Seattle area, this place was very nice. We would certainly stay here again.

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We overnighted here on our way south. Unfortunately it did rain, so the place got a little muddy. A few loads of gravel here and there would surely help. Otherwise our site was level and large enough to accommodate us. Power and water worked well. WiFi wouldn't work at all for awhile. Then it finally connected but was abysmally slow. The grounds were clean and nicely landscaped. There were a couple of alpacas in a cage near our site. They appeared to be kindly creatures, however when the wind shifted we got a little "eau d'alpaca" permiating the trailer. I suppose we would stay here again.

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Very nice little park. It does fill up though, so do make reservations, especially on weekends. We only stayed one night on our way south, but our stay was very pleasant. Our site was spacious and level. All utilities worked well. WiFi was available for a fee, but I prefer to use my Verizon plan in these instances whenever possible. There was some highway noise, but it certainly wasn't excessive. The grounds were very well kept. The place had a nice, "family" feel to it. We would stay here again.

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We loved this campground! Our gravel site was spacious and level. All utilities worked extremely well. Electric was strong and stable. Water pressure was crowding 50 psi, so advise use a regulator. Sewer port was clean and accessible. The WiFi in this park, which I'm assuming is satellite based, was the best I've seen since we left home. Stable and quite fast. Cellular and data were also available. The campground is situated on the banks of the Skeena River and there are several paths that provide access. A short walk will take you into the old section of Hazelton which is charming. We would gladly stay here again.

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Wow! What a lovely spot! This little park boasts one of the prettiest views we've seen. The owner was very friendly and helpful. Our gravel site was perfectly level and very spacious. Power and water were quite good. However, like another reviewer, I had such difficulty with the "Free WiFi at the site" that I quickly gave it up. Ah well... We enjoyed our overnight here. I would not hesitate to stay longer in the future.

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We stayed here on our return trip from Alaska, and honestly, I'm glad we missed it on the way in. However, if as we did, you plan to head down the Cassiar Hwy., it is the only convenient place to stop. As mentioned in another review, the overall appearance of the place is rather shabby. To be charitable, let's call it "a work in progress". Our gravel site was spacious and level. The water pressure was good, but the water tasted terrible! High iron content, I suspect. Tasted like a rusty pipe. The electric was fine. The power pedestals were practically new and actually had circuit breakers. Not true everywhere in the Yukon. As stated earlier, the WiFi was a joke. Parks who advertise WiFi should be required to state "limited WiFi" or some such qualifier in situations like this. Then again one must consider where you are. The affiliated restaurant was acceptable. Gasoline was "pay-at-the-pump" but was the most expensive we've seen anywhere. $4.02 per gallon. I doubt we'll stay here again.

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This is a very nice park in which to stay for a night or two, but I wouldn't consider it to be a destination. The staff is very friendly and helpful, and the campground offers every service imaginable for RV'ers. (Extremely rare in the Yukon) We stayed for two nights in the lower area. All utilities worked quite well. WiFi signal was strong, but throughput was slow, however it is satellite based, so there you have it. There was some road noise, but I wouldn't call it excessive. A few planes flew overhead, but again, nothing excessive. All in all a very convenient place to spend a couple of days. Whitehorse offers some interesting sites. It is the Capitol of the Yukon an hosts the largest percentage of the population for the entire territory. Worth some exploring. Many caravans stop here, so reservations are recommended.

     

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.