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This park is a perfect place for us to unwind for a while. We stayed for a week, we got the 7th day free, it is still off season here, so the price reflects that. I agree with most of the previous posts, there are many seasonal sites, so I would call for reservation, some of the sites are tighter than others, especially for the bigger rigs. But we liked it a lot, our site 28 was level and overlooked the marsh, beautiful to just sit out and relax. The cable had 70 channels, the wifi strong, the laundry and bathrooms clean. The whole park was very clean, our site was raked and very tidy. Sprint/Verizon worked well. Good room to walk the pup. It was very quiet here, we will stay here again, when in the area.

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This is a large and well manicured campground. All roads and sites are gravel, there are small trees placed throughout but it has a very open feel. The pull thru sites themselves are very level, well spaced with grass between sites. Some of the sites back up to the 2 small lakes. The 30amp seems a little weak for our travel trailer. I am sure the big rigs might have problems. The wifi is good, the cable is very adequate. Lots of room to walk the pups. It is quiet this time of the year, restrooms are clean, laundry room available. This is a good place to stay for a few days and catch up.

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We have stayed here before to visit the Savannah area. It has stayed pretty much the same. Dirt roads, some full time residents, sites fairly level, with lots of Oak trees, that can be messy different times of the year. But we find it nice and quiet for a rustic type of campground. The first site we were given had a new electric post, and it didn't have a correct ground, so we called the office and moved to a different site. Wi-fi and cable adequate. There is a dog park, and a walk down to a canoe/kayak put in. This park has a very rural feel, but works for us to visit the area. We would stay here again.

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This a regular overnight stop for us when leaving Florida. Has stayed consistent over the years. Easy on/off Interstate. Level sites, escort to site, utilities good. Good Cable, with just average wi-fi. Nice walk around the lake with the pup. There appears to be more full-time sites every time we come. This can be a very busy place during the summer, the lake is nice to swim in, with big inflatables for kids. We stayed in one of the overnight pull thru sites. We would stay here again.

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We stayed here 2 nights. The reason to stay at this place is the direct access to the beach you have. It is mostly filled with permanents, so it could feel very tight in season. There are no restrooms or showers. You must be self contained. The Wi-Fi was very weak, for cable you need to give a $100 refundable deposit for the box, ours never did work, even after notifying the manager. But even saying all that, if you are about the beach, this is the place for you. The pups are allowed on the beach and they had a great time. We think we will try the place down the street next time.

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This is a rustic campground convenient for an overnight stop. The road leading in is dirt as is many of the sites. The owners and manager were very helpful in finding a spot for us, since we arrived later and they were totally booked. The sites are nicely spaced and level, on grass and dirt. The utilities worked well, some of the hook-ups are little inconvenient to reach. The cable and wi-fi worked well. Lots of room to walk the pup. There are permanents, but all in all a good over night stay.

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We have stayed down on the Spit before, but we enjoy being away from the craziness of town, but close enough to visit it. The amenities at this campground are some of the best we have had while in Alaska. The restrooms and laundry were spotless, Wifi worked well and FHU for the same price as down on the Spit. You get a free shower, with towels, soap and shampoo provided. Sprint worked OK. As other reviewers have said, the view is spectacular. Some of the sites are not level, but we would stay here again.

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This was one of favorite places to stay while in Alaska. No hookups, pit toilets, no showers, gravel dirt level sites, but the view and the Eagles were amazing. Can be busy on the weekend with the locals enjoying themselves. We would stay here again.

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We loved our experience staying at this campground. It is dry camping, there are spaces available for Big Rigs. Reservations are suggested, don't want to take a chance during season of not getting a site. Sites are level and very roomy. It sits on a large river bed, lovely to walk and sit on to watch wildlife. There are Ranger talks every night, the Park bus stops in front of the campground to take you to the end of the road, a Beautiful trip. No phone, no TV, no wifi, pets allowed on leash. We stayed here in a travel trailer and we will stay here again.

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This is a quiet, clean park to stay. It is a large, level gravel parking lot. Only W/E sites with dump available. The area is lovely, Glacier view, hiking trails, nice area to walk the pup. Their wifi is spotty, Sprint phone OK. There are only Porta Potty's to use. Only 2 showers. The fire pit area is nice. For the price we thought the amenities were limited. We would stay here again if passing through.

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If you want to stay right in Homer, this is OK. Sites are very tight, we had W/E only, there are a few FHU available. Antenna TV picked up a few stations, no service for Verizon Wifi, Sprint phone worked OK. Restrooms are adequate, room to walk the pup on beach, around town. Dump available. We like Homer, but we would stay north of town next time. We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.

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If you want to stay close to town, this is the place. Very tight driving and getting into sites, Sites fairly level. Verizon wifi/Sprint phone Ok. Price reflects W/E only, there is a dump available. Small area to walk the pup. The 4 restrooms are the combined type, shower, sink, toilet in the same room.

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This is a full service campground, a gift store, self service RV/car wash. Full hookups, sites are close together but clean. Our 30 amp service was only pulling about 109 volts. It was very warm when we were here, so a/c was on. Cable TV was good, Wi-Fi very weak. Free coffee/tea in office. Nice room to walk the pup. Verizon/Sprint service worked well. We would stay here again.

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This was our least favorite stop on our way to Alaska. Campground very crowded, lots of unused material around, looks like many residents. Some sites are hard to get into, very close together. Internet very slow. No room to walk the pup. Full hook-ups with good cable TV. That is the only reason we would stay here again. Dawson City is a wonderful little town. We would stay at the park in town next time, for the convenience.

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Overnight stop for us. This is electric hookup only, fresh water available to fill up containers. Some of the sites are side by side pull -throughs, sites are level, big rigs could get in. No TV or Internet, just a wonderful quiet place. Hostel area here also, restrooms very clean. Pup loved it here, room to walk. We we would stay here again.