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This is a pretty nice campground. Gravel interior roads were in good shape. The trees were not tall enough yet to offer any shade, but they didn't interfere with our slides either. Nicely laid out, easy in and out with level, gravel pull-through sites that were barely long enough for our 5th wheel and truck. Site spacing was adequate with grass between. The campground was practically empty when we were there. The bathrooms were exceptionally clean. It's an easy walk to Wall Drug. We didn't use the Wi-Fi or cable TV. The above price reflects a discount. We would stay here again.

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What a pleasant surprise this campground was. After miles of flat, hot fields, this was a nice oasis. Very tall trees offer some wonderful shade. We were personally directed by the friendly owner (who gave us two tomatoes) to the longest gravel pull-through site I have ever seen. There is also adequate grassy space between sites. The park is nicely laid out, easy in and out and the trees did not interfere with our slides. Interior roads are in good shape. As previously mentioned, there are places to eat within easy walking. The Wi-Fi was excellent. The above price reflects a discount. this is a clean, quiet place and we would definitely stay here again.

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I found this to be a very nice campground. Owners were very friendly. The interior road looks like it's been newly paved and is in excellent condition. The road is wide which made maneuvering our big rig very easy. There is plenty of room between the grassy sites. Some sites have nice size trees. Our back-in site was very long: plenty of room for our 38' 5th wheel and truck. There are some seasonal campers but their sites, along with the whole campground, was well kept. The Wi-Fi was excellent as was the cable TV. The above price reflects a discount. I would definitely stay here again.

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This is a fairly nice campground with large trees and a beautiful view of the hills and valley. Fair gravel interior roads and fairly level sites with adequate space between. Our site was a pull-through with water and 15amp electricity. It wasn't long enough to park our truck at our site, but the owner was nice about our parking it at a nearby site. We had no trouble maneuvering our big rig, even with all the trees. Wi-Fi was free but basically useless at our site. The bathrooms were not cleaned while we were there. The campground is located along the main highway that is on a long, steep grade and there was quite a bit of road noise from semi-trucks. I would probably look for somewhere else to stay next time, mainly because of the road noise.

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Very nice campground. Interior roads are gravel in excellent condition. Some sites are gravel but our pull-through site was a long, grassy one located in a large open field with water and electric hookups. Some extra work to get level because of the ruts in the grass, but not bad. There are large trees scattered around but they did not interfere with maneuvering our big rig. Sites were adequately spaced and separated by the power and water poles and picnic tables. Everything was very well-kept and clean. Nice view of the hills and there is a river on one edge of the park. Excellent Wi-Fi. The owner was very nice. A quiet place with very little road noise. We would stay here again.

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This is a nice park especially for big rigs, lots of room to maneuver if you have a back-in site like we did. It was laid out a little funny-the pull-through sites seemed to be accessible only if you pulled through one site into another-ok if the one site is open. As previously stated, the entrance road is full of potholes, but the sites themselves were level with quite a bit of space between sites. There are big trees, park is nicely maintained and easy drive to town or to Hyder. The Wifi was slow but available on site and the cable came in clear with about 14 channels. There's very little road noise. There are beautiful mountains just across the street. The owner was friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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If you don't mind dry camping, this is a pretty good place. No hookups but fire pits and free firewood provided. There's a good gravel road into the campground with good gravel interior roads. Some very nice long back-in sites with lots of trees but easy to maneuver our big rig and plenty of room for our slides and to park our truck. There is quite a bit of room between sites. We used this park as a base to visit Skagway, a beautiful hour plus drive. There was one night when several local teens, I assume local because they walked in, sat at an empty site and were pretty noisy until pretty late, although they caused no trouble. You could also hear roosters crowing and dogs barking at all hours when sitting outside. If given the other choices available, we would probably stay here again.

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This is an old campground but in pretty good shape. The interior roads are gravel and in fair condition and there are level gravel sites with trees between. Our pull-thru site was very long with plenty of room for our big rig, slides and truck and there was nice space between sites. For full hookups (30 amps), I felt their price was extremely reasonable. The bathrooms were old fashioned but clean as was the laundry room, although there were several machines broken. The owner was very friendly and helpful. We would stay here again.

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This is a well maintained, nicely laid out and very clean park. The owners were very friendly and it's obvious they take pride in their campground. The nicely treed park has beautiful views of Kluane Lake. Our pull-through site was plenty long for our big rig with slides and our truck. The interior roads were gravel and in good condition. The sites were also gravel and level. As previously stated, electricity is 15 amps and generated by the campground, although the generator was not overly noisy. There is very little road noise. You do have to take your trash with you-there are no dumpsters. There are no sewer hookups but there is a dump station. The above price is in Canadian dollars. We camped here in a fifth wheel and would stay here again.

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This is an extremely clean, well kept park-another one of those campgrounds that shows the owner takes pride in. The owners were friendly and presented us with tasty blueberry muffins when we checked in. The entrance road is gravel and a little steep but in excellent shape. The interior roads are gravel and in very good condition with level gravel sites. There is adequate grassy space between sites but no trees or landscaping. Our back-in site was easy to maneuver into and long enough to park our truck. The view of the mountains is gorgeous and there is a nice walk to a beautiful lake. We had wifi on site, although a little slow, and the water pressure was low. We camped here in a fifth wheel and would definitely stay here again.

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I thought this was a nice campground. The gravel interior roads were good, gravel sites level and our pull-through was long enough for our big rig and truck. It is heavily treed but getting in and out is still easy and plenty of room for our slides. There is quite a bit of space between sites and they are separated by trees and bushes. Also there were minimum mosquitoes-always nice. It's a short drive to town and there is very little road noise-a nice, quiet place. We would stay here again.

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A very nice park with beautiful views of the mountains, and an easy walk to the grocery store, harbor or downtown. No trees or landscaping except lots of potted flowers at the office-this is your typical big gravel lot. The entrance is a little tight but once inside the park, the gravel roads are wide and in good condition, sites level and plenty of room to maneuver our big fifth wheel. Also, enough room between the gravel sites so you don't feel crowded. We had a pull-through site with full hookups, excellent wifi, and cable tv with about 40 channels that came in nice and clear. Our site was very long with more than enough room to park the truck in front of the camper. Big, clean laundry room, and you could wash your rig on site for no extra cost. Price is a little steep and reflects a discount, but we would absolutely stay here again.

     

Mariner Park

Homer, Alaska

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If you don't mind boon docking, this is a great place. It's a large, open gravel area with fairly level sites right on the beach, if you're there early enough. Camping is on a first come/first serve basis. There is plenty of room to maneuver big rigs and there are no lined sites-just pull in, set up and enjoy the beautiful views of the ocean and mountains. This campground is at the base of the Spit so it is a short drive to either the eclectic collection of shops and businesses on the Spit or to the town of Homer. We sat at our campfire and watched eagles and sea otters. I talked to 2 different people who had moved to Mariner from one with electricity but who were crammed together and one who moved here from the nearly empty $80 full hook-up campground-both campgrounds are further down the Spit. There is some road noise but you'll get that at any campground on the Spit. My only complaint is the area in the middle of the gravel lot is full of rough potholes. We would love to return here.

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We were able to camp at one of the sites that has electric and water-none have sewer. It was not right on the waterfront but we still had a very nice view of Resurrection Bay. All sites are on a gravel parking lot with the sites separated by a painted line and all are back-ins. The site width was generous enough for our big fifth wheel and four slides and we still could park the truck alongside, although it was a little tight. It could be difficult to maneuver when either backing in or leaving depending on how big you are and the rig next to you and/or across from you is. Our site was a little low in front, but most of the others looked pretty level. The interior roads are gravel and in good condition. It's convenient to walk to downtown, Sea Center or to the harbor area. The views are beautiful. There is no wifi and the tv antenna picked up 2 channels. There is a dump station down the road. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a good campground to use as a base to see Denali. It's located about 7 miles north of the Denali entrance. The interior roads are gravel and in good shape. Our pull-through site was gravel, level and almost long enough for us to park our truck. It's an easy in and out and there is adequate space between sites that is mainly bushes. No trees and very pretty views of the surrounding hills. The entire campground is well maintained with a friendly and helpful staff. The bathrooms were very clean. Water pressure at our site was a little low. Good Wi-Fi reception and cable TV got about 8 clear channels. We also had no mosquitoes here. We would stay here again.