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This is the best RV park in the Anchorage, Wasilla, and Palmer area. Plenty of sun, great view, quiet residential setting, and no mosquitoes. Fred Meyers grocery and all services close by. Wide pull thru sites with decent Wi-Fi. Being Alaska, this park rates a 10 after staying in many others throughout the state. Stayed for 5 nights to resupply, rest, and repair then came back for another night on the way back to the lower 48. Will stay there again on our next trip.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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Not a good experience. Short narrow sites. Impossible Wi-Fi. Expensive RV wash when the Chevron station down the street was much cheaper. Our coach steps were inches away from sewer hose of the rig in next site. Placed us in the middle of a Caravan when numerous rows sat vacant. Will avoid this park even if I have to dry camp at the truck stop.

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We stay here twice a year while travelling the I-5. Not much to mention except it is a Passport America park Sunday -Thursday. Easy on and off the I-5. Good for a inexpensive one night stay. Best in the area for the price.

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Hard to rate this "Resort". We were going to stay two nights but only stayed one and caught the afternoon ferry to Vancouver Island a day early. Staff was friendly, but not a place to stay for a few days. A plus is that the San Juan Ferry terminal is 20 minutes away.

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We stayed at this park five years ago and thought it was very nice. We returned to find many improvements to make it an even nicer park. Fresh mowed grass to the river with benches to watch the river traffic. Waterfront sites could be a little wider and longer, but we will always return when travelling on the I-5 and staying a few nights.

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Primitive forest service campground. Be careful about RV length when booking, because not all sites are as described. We had a campsite on the water and it was the best view we have ever had.

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Waterfront does mean waterfront at Lepage. Quiet, small campground on the Day River. Free hot showers in the day use park. Would stay there again.

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We should have followed the other RVs that decided to find another campground. Cable did not work. Dirt roads. And too expensive for a rather primitive campground.