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Mariner Park

Homer, Alaska

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This park has spectacular marine views. Harbor seals floating out front; bald eagles hunting over beach. Close to charter boats/restaurants. It's also close to town/restaurants/stores. See "Welcome to Homer" Overlook just north of town: remarkable view!

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Located right along waterfront. There are 3 sections to this campground: Marathon (dry), Resurrection (dry & some W/E sites), and Iditarod (dry). Dump nearby; drinking water also available. We camped in Resurrection with water and electric. Site was not level, but the view of Resurrection Bay was spectacular! Restrooms got lots of use but were cleaned daily. Has a Hike/Bike trail, and is within walking distance to everything in town. It's a short drive to other amenities (Kenai Fjords NP Visitor Center and tours; Seward Visitor Center and restaurants). Would stay here again.

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This RV Park is still for sale. The husband/wife owners were pleasant, although husband first appeared rather gruff. We enjoyed our stay. Wi-Fi worked well. Best park in the Stewart/Hyder area. Quiet location.

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Good location for exploring Fairbanks. Pleasant park. It's under the flight path for an airport. Limited number of sites for a 40' MH. Spacious sites, though. Pleasant host couple. Grocery stores nearby (Fred Meyer and Safeway). Would stay here again.

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This was a four day visit. CG hosts OK'd our using an unreserved Handicap site so our 40' MH would fit. The other Category "A" sites (40' RV's) all taken by smaller RV's, despite our reservation. Category "B" sites are for shorter RV's. Our VZ aircard worked fine here. Riley Creek Mercantile nearby has good Wi-Fi, showers, small convenience store. Denali post office is nearby. Good location to get your bearings about Denali NP.

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Sites are not level, very narrow, and has trees between each site. Otherwise easy in, easy out and a good location for access to Talkeetna and Denali flight-seeing trips. Also a Denali viewpoint 20 miles to the north.

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Senior Park Pass honored so paid only $9/night to park here for a week. Quiet, pretty; a bit distant from Tupelo and sightseeing but low cost is worth it. The campground is located fairly near the Natchez Trace Parkway.

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Seniors pay $22/night for Premium sites (lake sites). Very convenient for sightseeing in area. All shopping nearby, particularly groceries. Quiet, pleasant park. Enjoyed view of lake; good bird watching.

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Honors AARP 10% discount; we paid $25.23 plus $1.77 tax per night and stayed 1 week. Shuttle to casino. Quiet and clean. Convenient for sightseeing in area.

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The park honors Escapees 15% discount. Shuttle bus to casino. RV park is +/- 1/2 mile walk to casino.

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We stayed 1 week. The park honored our Passport America discount for the first 3 nights and our Escapees discount for the last 4 nights. It is quiet, conveniently located for access to Natchez sightseeing, and we really enjoyed watching the barge traffic on the Mississippi River. The Wi-Fi in our section was down due to high water where the booster is located. Lower section of the park does get flooding when the Mississippi is high; no danger to RV sites!