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The price above reflects their stay for 8, pay for 7 nights deal. We had a back-in spot which was fine to get into though the sites were close. Parking our Jeep was a bit tight when our neighbors had their vehicles at their sites also. The hook-ups were fine and easy to use. The site was level and had a picnic table provided. The wi-fi was as good as many other parks - sometimes it worked, sometimes, not. The campground was convenient to shopping and to sites in Anchorage. We would stay again if in Anchorage.

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Excellent campground and the owner works hard to keep it that way. The sites are level, large and ours was easy to get into. The hook-ups are good and well positioned for a motor home - in the middle. The wi-fi is some of the best that we have encountered in an RV park. There is a picnic table at each site and lots of vegetation around to make it seem park like. It's a short walk to the Visitor Center and town. There is shopping nearby for groceries, etc. We arrived at 11:00 on July 4th and were told about a barbecue at 2:00. What a fun time that was. The owner provided the hot dogs and hamburgs, the buns and the condiments. We all brought a dish - either hot or cold. Lots of fun and totally unexpected. I've looked at some of the other parks in town and this certainly looks the best.

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Nice park. Easy to maneuver through the rows. We had a back-in site with room for our Jeep beside it. Stone and dirt sites. There are trees and bushes which makes it nice. Ours was level and easy to get into. Friendly staff. About 10 miles from the Denali entrance but away from the busy atmosphere around the little town there.

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Our price reflects a no-hook-up site. We like this campground. The sites were level but, since out site was probably for a tent, it was a bit narrow for our 3-slide 35' RV. We had to pick and choose the right site for our RV. The campground host also helped us choose a site away for others so we could use our generator for a bit. However, that said, it was a good site, well off the road and quiet. No cable, no TV but then we weren't interested in those. There is a central patio with bug zappers, picnic tables and barbecue pits. Very nice for anyone to use. We enjoyed the nearness to Talkeetna where we went for one day.

     

Alaska Dacha

Hope, Alaska

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Our price was for an electric site only. No sewer. I read the previous reviews from quite a long time ago and was a bit worried about staying here. However, we were pleasantly surprised. Our back-in site was mostly level and wide enough for our tow vehicle. There was lots of grass. There are picnic tables and fire pits but not for every site so sharing is the practice. There were 4 pull-through sites also. There is a small store, an ATM out front, laundry and showers available. The interior roads were a bit tight but our 35' RV was fine since we had unhooked our Jeep in their parking lot but larger rigs might have a little trouble. It is about a mile into the small town of Hope where there is a marvelous smaller museum.

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We really enjoyed this campground. The roads and sites were paved, the sites were well-spaced, large and furnished with a picnic table and fire pit. The campground host was friendly and helpful. We also liked the Blue Ice Trail which extends from the Begich-Boggs Visitor Center to Moose ? (can't remember the name.) Much of the trail is a raised walkway. From the VC, you can hike to the Byron Glacier or take the boat to the Portage Glacier. This campground is also well situated to visit Girdwood with the Bake Shop restaurant, the Winner Trail and the hand tram. On the other side is a cool tunnel and visit to Whittier with the Horsetail Falls Trail. This campground is a very nice campground but is also well sited for great touring in the area.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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We stayed one night on our trip to Fairbanks and will stay one night on our way back to the states. The sites were big, treed with grass and level. The hook-ups were easy and the maneuvering through the campground was easy. We certainly appreciated the vehicle wash. We kept the Jeep hooked up to the RV and washed them both. A 35' RV and Jeep for $18.50.

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Nice campground for a visit to Whitehorse. We had a pull-thru site which was just long enough. The sites are close together but there are bushes and trees between them so you don't feel cramped. The site was level, had good hook-ups and was easy to get into and out of. The roads are a bit narrow and when people park in them, they are a even narrower. There is a vehicle wash but there are sand roads both south and north along the Alaska Hwy so I'd wash later - in Tok or Watson Lake. We would stay here again.

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We had a wonderful time. Our RV fan motor came off the engine block about 4 miles from this campground. We were so happy to be able to limp in here and find such a wonderful campground and owner. The pull-thru sites were long, there is grass between them, there are lots of trees but you don't feel hemmed in, there is a picnic table with each site and the utilities worked well.The lodge is very cozy with lots of old antiques (irons, radios, etc) and lots of stuffed animals. The wi-fi is here also. Be sure to check out all the old Alcan Hwy construction equipment at the back of the campground. The owner couldn't have been more helpful, letting us use her land-line phone to make calls to our road-side assistance company and to Freightliner in Whitehorse. We would definitely return.

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Nice campground, about 10 miles from downtown Fairbanks. Long pull-thru sites, level, good hook-ups though the sewer hook-up is near the back of the site (good for 5th wheels), picnic table with each site, treed with grass between each site and near the river. The laundry is clean and there is a convenience store near the property. We would return is we ever visit Fairbanks again.

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This was a typical Escapees park: clean well-maintained, well thought-out, friendly and nicely priced. Most of the people live here and have homes here and their pride of ownership shows. Flowers, gardens, footpaths, gazebos and a great central clubhouse with a library, pool room, craft room, etc. They have community activities like ice-cream socials, theme dinners but, if you don't want to participate, that's OK too. We stayed in the 'transient' section where the hookups for two RV's are between them which means that you have a big space outside your front door and the front door of the others across from you. In this section, you will not be outside someone else's hookups. We had all kinds of space to put out our awning and lawn chairs and there is no way that you could be next to someone else's sewer. We stayed a week and enjoyed it all. We would definitely come again.

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We hadn't planned to stop in Houston but a broken fan motor a bit west of town, we turned around and limped here. What a pleasant surprise. Good hook-ups, 30A. Flowers, nicely-cut grass, a long, level rock site and the most pleasant owner you could imagine. Not knowing how long we might be here, I asked if the daily fee could be changed into a weekly fee if we stayed longer. Sure, she said. I'll be here. We would stay here again - but not for the same reason. They have back-in sites in the shade but we chose a sunny pull-thru given our engine problems. There are several trails in town and be sure to try Brewstirs.

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We stayed for a week and got the weekly discount and a Good Sam discount. We stayed here 2 years ago and have returned because we liked it. As others have said, it is well maintained, clean and the sites are fairly level with good hook-ups. Yes, the wi-fi is almost non-existent but the cable TV is good. And, yes, the flight path for the near-by airport is right over head. It is really not a campground but more a place where you live for a night or a week or a month or whatever. We find the location of this park good: it is close to Vancouver, WA if you want to visit the National Historic Site, it is within driving distance to the Columbia Gorge and all its attractions, it is only 2 miles from the Yellow Line Max if you want to get into Portland. We like to hike and an find ample trails around here. We would definitely stay here again when we are in the Portland area.

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We stayed for a week in April 2016 and our price reflects that. There are 4 kinds of sites: back in on the side, long pull-throughs in the middle and either back-in sites on the water for 5th wheels OR pull-in sites on the water for motorhomes. How cool. We had a motorhome site which we pulled into and our view out of the front window was exquisite. How many other RV parks have this option? There are 50A hook-ups, cable and good wi-fi (although there are only about 15 other rigs here using it but the wi-fi towers are throughout the park.) Our site is mostly level, we have a patio pad and the site is mostly small rocks so we aren't dragging in dirt or dust. This is definitely the place to stay in town for the view and the facilities. Yes, the foghorn sounds every 7 seconds but, remember, it saves lives. It never bothered us. We also enjoyed listening to the sea lions. But the view - awesome.

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My rating is judging this park for what it is: a campground with great access to San Francisco. It is, as others have said, a parking lot with red-painted railroad ties to separate sites. The sites are level, are on rocks so you're not tracking in dust and dirt and the hook-ups are easy. The bathrooms are cleaned every day, the staff is fun and full of knowledge about the area. It is extremely close to shopping and within walking distance to Trader Joes. But, the best part is that it is within a 15-minute walk to the ferry to San Francisco and within a 15-minute drive over the bridge if you want to take your car to the city. We like to hike and it is close to a plethora of hiking locations, in China Camp SP, or in Marin Headlands or in Point Reyes National Seashore. If you like lighthouses, there are two within a 40-minute drive. There is a wetlands trail right outside the park which can be a short or a long walk, depending upon which route you take. There are bike trails all over the area for walking also. We liked this park for what it was - location, location, location and we'd definitely come back. Our cost was for a month and we were given an extra site for our Jeep.