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Price reflects Passport America. Easy pull-thrus. Good 50 amp electric. Dirt and gravel spots.

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Price reflects Passport America. Campground is located behind the owners house. Camping on dirt. Some back-in, some pull-thrus. Owners are super nice. A good place to park for the night, but nothing else. Fifty amp electric was great. Not much in the area. I would stay there again if I was passing through.

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Nice camping on grassy sites. Sites are large, all pull-thru sites. Staff is super friendly. No shade. The problem is the electric. The park was half empty and the voltage was low. Only able to run one thing at a time and the voltage drops very low. We never ran an air conditioner. The park is aware of the problem, but there are no plans to upgrade it.

     

Mariner Park

Homer, Alaska

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Dry camping on the beach with great views. I gave a rating of 6 because there is no one there to enforce any rules. The group camping next to us played loud music until after 1:00 in the morning. There is no campground host.

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This is a no frills park. Spaces are a little narrow. There are some permanents staying there. Gravel roads. Park definitely needs some TLC. Park was quiet and friendly. I would stay here again because of the Passport America price.

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I don't know why anyone would ever want to stay here. The smell from the dairy is horrible if the wind is blowing the wrong way. The electric amperage on a hot day is 108 or less. Low enough to damage RV components. Staff is friendly, but the smell is pretty bad. The stream water doesn't smell much better either.

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We have stayed here many times and always enjoyed it. Nice park with lots of green grass. Campsites could use more maintenance. Good electric power. There is some issue with dust because of the speed which people travel through the RV campsites. The speed limit is not enforced and the worst offenders are the park rangers and volunteer staff that live there.