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The park is about 3 miles off HWY55. Mostly seasonal campers but they have a few sites for over-nighters. The park is mostly under a beautiful canopy of oak trees and has a pretty little lake. Cash only. Water and electric but no sewer hookups. Dump station available. We enjoyed a peaceful night there.

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This is a very nice overnight stop; right off Hwy 40 but there is not a lot of highway noise. Very friendly and helpful owner who lives on the site. Cash or check only. Nice long pull thru sites, some shady trees.

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This is a wonderful, quiet and lovely park. You can choose between windy, full sun bay side spots or the wooded, shady sites. The bay spots are in full sun but have shelters and are fairly close to each other. The wooded spots are mostly shaded by wonderful oak trees and most are very spacious. Electric and water only. Our $28 fee included a basic fee of $18 plus a $5.00 per person per day fee. We rode bikes all around the area, saw birds of all kinds, including Whooping Cranes. We loved staying here.

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This is a nice, clean and well run park. The spaces are pretty snug as are most parks near the ocean. Wifi is very good except sometimes in the evening it is slow. It is quiet for such a big park which we really enjoyed. There is a large heated pool and a nice deck over the Gulf. The laundry room needs updating. We have been here for 5 nights and would stay longer as the ocean breezes and nice temps are wonderful!

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We stayed at Colonia Del Rey for 5 nights and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Spaces were a little tight but were level. Staff were helpful and very nice. The pool is small, the wifi lousy, but we survived. During the stay, we drove over (15 min?) to Padre Island Seashore state park and enjoyed the beach, ate on the water in Corpus at the waterfront at Joe's Crab Shack, and walked and watched the birds at the Hans and Pat Suter Wildlife Refuge.

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This was a nice, quiet park. Site sizes varied, but some very close together. Our hose and electrical had to go under our trailer since the hookups were on the "wrong" side, but it worked fine. Very nice management. Great water pressure, wifi slow but certainly not surprising given the out of the way location. It was just a mile or so away from the city of Stewart.

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8-20-16 ADMIN NOTE: This park has reopened. This park has been closed. And is for sale.

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Wow! I don't think we have ever stayed at a park with such a stunning view: the park is on a bluff overlooking the entire bay which is surrounded by snow-capped mountains and even a couple of volcanos. Amazing! Ask for a site up front; we had 13 and it was perfect. Sites are fairly level and roomy. They stagger the front ones so you aren't completely locked by someone else's rig. Wifi and phone service is excellent. Very nice staff. New owners didn't get their advertising going this year, but once people find out about this place, it will be packed in season. Nothing comes close. The parks on the spit are gravel lots with ok but closely-spaced water front lots, but when you see the views from this park, you'll choose Baycrest. The park is located just before you get into Homer, turn right at the Tesoro gas station.

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Beautifully located and very quiet. Level sites, fairly roomy, good wifi and phone service. Laundry was $2 a load - the lowest price we have ever paid per load. The best part was going up the short trail to the lovely rustic Kenai Princess ( yup, the cruise line) Lodge where we enjoyed sitting on the deck with a stunning view of the turquoise Kenai River and huge, steep mountains. They have a full bar and excellent food. Very friendly staff - they ALL seemed to like their jobs. RV park guests are welcome there. We are going back.

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A gravel lot just off the highway BUT it has beautiful views and well worth the stay. Hi way traffic noise pretty much stops in the evening. Level pull thru sites, ok wifi and good phone service. They have a really good cafe on site with excellent food and cold beer. Breakfast was wonderful and is discounted for those staying at the park. Very pleasant staff.

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The sites are extremely close with awnings and back ends nearly touching. Unhitching is a must? I don't know where the "bayside" comes from, but there was a marshy area adjacent to the park, but the bay was some ways away. Very nice staff and the place was well run and quiet after 10. Sites are gravel and level. We enjoyed being so close to the harbor and the town, so could walk everywhere. Every other park in town had cramped sites, so there really isn't another choice.

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The park is located at The Hub, the junction of highways going to Anchorage and Valdez, near the Tesoro gas station. The sights are fairly roomy, gravel and there are sites with and without trees. The staff was very friendly and helpful, the wifi and Verizon service were very good.

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Located about 75 miles north of Ft Nelson, this was an ok overnight spot. Very basic park, heavily wooded with good spacing of sites. They are on generator which goes until 10, then no power until early morning. Wifi was very limited and apparently someone was downloading too much, so they shut it down. We were given no instructions about limited usage which would have been helpful. I think we caught the woman at the desk on a bad day because she was quite the grump the whole time we were there.

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Wow! This was a lovely RV park, lovingly cared for and maintained. Grass and flowers graced the entire property. Our site #28 was right on the edge of the beautiful Kluane Lake, a huge undeveloped area of the Yukon. Absolutely gorgeous. Excellent wifi reception, fairly roomy sites and quiet. They only have 15 amp power but we managed just fine. It was hard to leave and we plan on staying there again on our way home from Alaska.

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A good overnight place to stay. We had a shady spot in a treed area. Helpful staff. Spaces are a little close but... Campground is a little tired and there is lots of nearby construction going on, but fine for overnight. Wifi really only works at the office. The park needs to invest in a wifi system that can handle a park of its size. Lots of full timers but they kept their spaces tidy and were friendly.