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Sewart Military Resort is the nicest RV Park in Sewart unless you want to be on the water. Spaces are wide, level gravel. Utilities work well. Wi-fi is adequate, but cable TV was snowy. No sewer hookup, but dump station is close by. Great care is taken to keep the area clean and neat. Showers are clean and hot. Laundry room has 5 newer washers & driers. Cost is $1.25/load. There is a small bar and snack bar at the office. The only issue we ran into was the smell of rotten fish from someone who emptied their cooler close to the site. For fishermen there is adequate boat parking and a nice fish station. Office staff is very friendly and helpful.

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This park is built on a hillside with spectacular views of the bay and mountains. If you are fortunate enough to get a site at the bottom of the hill, the views are great. There is even a resident bald eagle that shows up most every morning. Aside from the views, the park is average. The staff is friendly and the park is generally kept neat and clean except for the tall grass between sites. Sites afe somewhat tight and backing in can be a challenge if there are trucks parked along the roads. The laundryroom when we were there had 2 small front-load machines working. Cost was $3.00 per load wash or dry. This is considerably less than the local laundromat. Utilities work OK except for some sewer connections. The sewer pipes at many sites extend up to 6 or 7 inches above grade making it virtually impossible to get gravity flow drainage. I saw a couple people resort to hooking up and draining tanks at their neighbors' lower site when it was vacated. Fortunately, if you are in a site with this problem there is a city dump station up the street across from the post office. We would stay here again, but would make sure we got a site with proper drainage. Even with its issues the park is in a great location and quiet. Your only other options are a few parks on the spit in the middle of tourist row.

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One of the nicest RV parks in the Yukon. Managers are incredibly friendly and accomodating. The grounds and showers are immaculate. The views breathtaking. This park, however does require some concessions from it's guests. Electric is 110-15amp so care needs to be taken when running devices. Sites do not have sewer hookup but there is a dump station. Due to an active bear population, there are no trash bins in the park. Trash must be taken off site to one of several places. There is no TV but the office has a large selection of DVD's to borrow. Wi-Fi is fair-good from the patio.There is no laundryroom. Sites are all gravel, level and spacious. All sites have an incredible view of Kluane Lake. There are a few other parks in Destruction Bay, but none are nearly as nice as Cottonwood.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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Large and professionally managed park. Nice RV wash rack ($20 for unlimited time). Park is clean and well maintained. Daily price was $50 with Good Sam discount. Large gift shop. Bath and laundry rooms well maintained. Laundry was $3.50 for wash or dry. Spaces are gravel, mostly flat, spacious. Good water pressure. Cable with 7 or 8 channels. Internet minimal. Park uses Tengo. You get 1 hour/day free restricted to email and light browsing. Skype, Facebook, photo uploading etc. not allowed. If you ask for Good Sam rate, be ready to show an unexpired card or they will require you to renew membership through them if you want the discount. Staff vry friendly and helpful. Fresh cookies at the counter!!

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This is an older RV park. Manager is quite nice, but not often at the office. Spaces are relatively flat with basic services. There is no cable or wi-fi. Lots of older, permanent units. Adequate space between units at least to get to/from your door. It is the nicest park of the 3 available in Skagway.

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Very nice looking office and store. Park itself is rather large and meandering. Be careful as you navigate through it. It was easy for me to take a wrong turn. As large as it is, the sites are still pretty tight- typical of what we have seen in Canada. We had to park the truck behind the trailer. With slideouts expanded, we were not able to walk along the side of the trailer to get to the door without going into an adjoining space. Other spaces may or may not have that issue. All utilities work well. Some hookups are at the front of the space, some at the end. Internet is ala carte. You get 30 min of heavily restricted usage per 24 hours. Can purchase more. Has a large RV wash station with concrete pad. Laundry room is clean. Machines are newer. Very nice staff. Our stay was quiet and pleasant.

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Park is nothing fancy. Its a basic large gravel field with hookups. Spaces are flat, but very close together. Our neighbor's dump connection was 23 inches from our door steps (I measured). I often wondered if the neighbors were having their morning conversations with me too. Utilities are good. The park has cable TV and internet, although don't expect too much from the internet (That seems to be a common weakness of most all the RV parks we've been to in Canada). There is a coin operated RV wash station with high pressure water, buckets and brushes on site. The pump works intermittently and the wash area is very muddy. Laundry room is clean.Manager is very nice and helpful. Overall, a good park and we would not hesitate to stay again.

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Wonderful RV park. Spacious, well laid out. Great management. Very clean. Only negative comment is about the internet. It is very slow.

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Since its the only RV park in the area and conveniently located close to the freeway, it is better than nothing. But the sites are very cramped except for some sites on second row. Sewage drains at some sites stick up 5-6 inches from ground level. The first site we tried, the sewer connection was sunk down to the point of being impossible to create a seal. Water/electric OK. No Internet, no cable. On outside row very difficult leaving. Very short turning area and trees at end and between sites. Be careful.

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This is the best kept secret in Texas. Very small and basic park on the Arroyo Colorado. If you want rest and relaxation this is the place. Very quiet, almost boring. The only excitement is watching Ruth Ann running around taking care of the place. And what a nice place it is. Beautiful Rec room, private dock, and lots of birds.

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I feel badly for the rater who scratched his fifth wheel. We have a 30 foot and were able to manuver the entrance with only a couple inches to spare. Once you are in the entrance, it is designed such that you are trapped and unable to back out. My idea of 9/11 type traffic control overkill. The park is nothing at all special other that the fact you are less than 100 yards of the beach, and across the street from the birding center.. Large asphalt lot with spaces about 5 feet apart. Utility hookups are to the extreme rear. Bring extra hose just in case. Good water pressure. Guys in the office are nice, but aren't authorized to do much more than take your money and give you a receipt. Park is run by the county. This is our 2d time at this park and will come again only for the convenient location.

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For the most part a self service park. Never saw any management. Office was always locked. Grass is well maintained but utilities, roads, etc are in need of upgrading. Roads are terrible all over the AFB. Water connections leak, cable boxes broken, laying on the ground. Spaces are generous, but be careful of low limbs. Bring your own Mi-Fi. Park's Wi-Fi is all but unusable. Price reflects $440/month. We would stay again.

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Very large park. Lots of activities and park traffic. - Mostly permanent mobile homes and work campers, but some sites for traveling campers. Very clean and well maintained, but regimented, rather sterile atmosphere with lots of rules. Internet did not work and we were very close to office.

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Beautiful park. Clean, very well maintained. Sites are level, spacious and easy to access. Price could be a few dollars cheaper to be more in line with area. Would definitely stay there again.

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Very clean park. Grounds well maintained except for tree clearances. Park has numerous pine trees that can make backing into a space very tight. Tree limbs are not trimmed to allow for clearance, especially closer to tree trunk. If you stay here, be sure to check that you can get your rig into the spot beforehand. Otherwise, a nice place.