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Stayed here 4 years ago, was very nice; even nicer now. Flowers everywhere, well manicured lawns, lots of mature trees. One of the most well maintained parks we have ever stayed. Very comfortable and relaxing. Easy to maneuver a 42 ft with towed. Lady at desk was very helpful. Every site is taken tonight on Monday. We will always stay here when in Missoula.

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Decided late to stay here. Could not get a site with hookups. But we were very pleasantly surprised. Lots of room to maneuver a 42 ft with towed. Had to back in, but room for Jeep in front. Would certainly stay here again.

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Coming into the park from the main road, stay in the left lane, as you turn left at the second stop sign. If you miss that left turn, you get to do a loop of the Lake Louise Hotel parking lot. Very busy, crowded, I received praise from a guy on the street for turning a 42ft with a Jeep in the parking lot without hitting anything! Sites are long, two rv's per site, power on the wrong side. Bring your water as we never saw a fill station. But we were 75 foot from the Bow river and it was great. Lots of walking trails. Would stay here again.

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Large park, some trees, office is in the very clean nicely stocked gas station/convenience store. We missed the turn in as there were 3 rv's inline to check in and it looked like they were in line to buy fuel. If you miss it also, there is a paved turnaround just past the entry on the right side of the road. WIFI was not obtainable, but did not drive thru BC to check my email. Beautiful snow capped mountains, great golf courses in the area, according to our neighbor in the park. Easy in and out, (once you find the entrance) fairly open, good utilities. Stayed in a 42 ft with a towed, did not have to unhook. Would stay here again.

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Stayed here coming back from Alaska, made the reservation several weeks ago. That said, when we arrived, we were not where we thought we were going to be. So we were disappointed, but just on location, I thought we were farther out of town. Had reserved a pull thru with 50 amp. They do have pull thrus with 50 amp., but a 42ft RV pulling a towed can not make the turn into the site. Un hooked, backed in, drove the Jeep around to the back of the RV and hooked up the Jeep. No big deal. 50 amp is on the pole in front of the RV, my cord reached, again; no big deal. Site was clean, although, as most of the west, very dry. So the park was not green. But clean and neat. Would certainly stay here again.

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This is a 10 in Alaska for sure. Does not have a pool or tennis courts like a 10 RV resort in the lower 48. You do not need those frills here! We are looking to the left at the small boat harbor watching the private and commercial fishing boats come and go, Coast Guard Cutter is further behind on the left side, to the right we see the Alaska Marine ferry dock and more big fishing boats. To the front across the bay the Alaska pipeline terminus and the tankers loading up. Excellent owners and staff, easy check in, owner led us to our spot (about 2 blocks from the main check in). Quieter here than in the main Bear Paw, and away from the traffic and dust by the harbor. 2 blocks to shops by harbor. Cleanest rest room ever. Everything works well here, as we pulled into a back in site, power, water and cable run under our RV to the passengers side. Drain my black tank when the guy on the drivers side site is not using his drain. Sites not as close as most in Alaska. Stayed here in a 42 Foot RV pulling a Jeep, and pulled right into our ocean view without unhitching. When we return would not stay anywhere else in Valdez.

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Very helpful and friendly host, very clean park, was tight getting into the park, 42 ft with a Jeep. All gravel, everything worked well. Has a fenced dog walk at the end of the park, except was overgrown with shrubs and fresh bear poop. Walked dog in park no problems. Would stay again.

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If you are eligible this is the place to stay. A little tight, no sewer (dump station) but 50 amp. Great young ladies at front dest. Scott, the manager does a great job. City schedule stops 3 times a day, but only a two block walk to the C of C where the bus stops every 30 minutes.

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There is a new sheriff (camp host), in town! Dan, and his co-host, have cleaned up the mess, gotten most of the sites that were without power corrected, and are extremly proficient and running Black Spruce! ! Young recently retired desert vets; it was a great stay! The roads are gravel, but they will let you spray a little wayer to keep down the dust. They are ENFORCING the 5 mph speed limit. Dan bend over backwards to ensure we had a great stay. The hosts are engaged, but very polite, exactly what all military rv parks need. Would ABSOLUTELY stay here again. Stayed over the 4th of July and one night in August. 43 foot towing.

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Very nice youg man in office, as well as the lady who took our reservation. Clean neat park, best Verizon service in all of the rv parks we have visited. Large cell phone facility next door. Tight for a 42 ft with towed, but really no problems. Best spots for large rv'S in the back 2 rv rows. Would stay here again.

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Great fun place to stay. LH,the owner showed us our spots and was very helpfull. He owns the closes fish supply and bait srore to the Homer small boat harbor. Also has 9 back in spots. If you are in an rv after you back in, the view is of the harbor, Ketchamack bay and snow covered mountains. Absolutely beautiful! ! Will stay with LH again. 43 foot rv towing.

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Use the second entry from the hy way or it is very tight. After you check in swing wide on the left turns around the building. 5th wheel hit their corner marking pole, pulled it out of the ground and made a mess of his 5th wheel. Really nice owners, clean park, clean showers and laundry. We had water, 30 amp, no sewer. They put us in the spot directly behind the dump station, easy access for a 42 ft hooked up to a Jeep. Also very good view of the circus as new rvers in rentals tried to figure out how to dump! Would certainly stay here again.

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Had a good stay here, easy access, right of the highway to Fairbanks, just a mile or two passed Delta Junction. Pretty clean, grass was a little high in some places but they were mowing the day we left. All utilities worked, wifi a little weak, no big problems with it. Friendly owner. Some shade and was a comfortable stop. Moose pass thru the park Stayed in a 42 ft with a towed Jeep. Would certainly stay here again.

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The only place I would stay in Skagway. Owner was nice, not usually on property, but not far away. Call the number on the door, pick a spot, check in when he gets there. Everything worked, sites not as close as some in Alaska, long pull thrus that appear to have been laid out for 2 shorter campers years ago, so hook ups are in strange spots; water to the side, sewer to the front, electricity in between. Outer ring of campers are housing for summer workers in the shops, but all was quiet, did not know they were there. No cable or WIFI, and our Version phones and MIFI is nearly useless in most of Alaska, (not the RV parks fault, just no Verizon towers) Stayed 4 nights in a 42 ft RV pulling a jeep and would certainly stay there again.

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Stayed here as schedule needed a place to stay en route to Skagway. Friendly staff, long fairly level sites, 30 amp and all utilities worked fine. Room to maneuver, stayed in a 42 ft rv pulling a Jeep, would certainly stay here again.