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We stayed three nights in this park while visiting the Anchorage area. There aren't many parks to choose from in this area, we chose this one because it seemed to be in fairly close proximity to things we wanted to see and do. It was very easy to access. Checking in was a breeze, the clerk was very friendly. The bath house and laundry were in one building and seemed to be kept quite clean. Sites are full hook up, and the utilities worked fine. Word of warning though, this is a small park. There were several large rigs while we were there, both Class A and fifth wheels. The larger rigs just fit into the sites. The sites are also narrow, no opening your awning all the way, just not enough room. If you have a tow vehicle, you will not be able to park it at your site, but there is parking in close proximity. The park is close to downtown where the weekend Anchorage market is held, close to the train station, six miles from Kincaid Park. It seems very centrally located to us. Just be prepared for tight quarters. The sites do not have any amenities other than utilities and cable, but there is an area with barbecue pits and picnic tables for guests use. There is also a nice walking path right beside the park. If we were stopping in Anchorage, we would stay here again.

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This is a nice park on the eastern edge of Fairbanks. It's easy to get to from the Richardson Hwy. The sites were nice and large, and level. Biggest complaint about the sites is that the sewer hookup is at the very end of the site, so you either need a fairly long hose or park the back of your rig at the very edge of the drive. Some rigs were actually backing up to drain occasionally. Just a poor design, especially since electric and water were more to the middle. The office worker was very nice, even scheduled a local tour for us. Best thing was the free car and rig wash area. You have to provide your own bucket and brush/rags, but they had two hoses and a nice gravel area for washing, which is needed after driving the Alaska highways. Verizon and AT&T both had strong signals. They have wifi, but we never used it. The laundry room was nice and clean. We'd definitely recommend staying here, although we do feel the price is a bit high, but isn't everything in Alaska! Lol.

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An overnight stay for us in a very nice park. Our site was a fairly level pull thru with easy access. The office worker was very nice when checking us in. There is a restaurant onsite that was doing a pretty brisk business. Only reason that we chose to not eat there was because we were just too tired. This was a great park to stop in on our way to Alaska. We'd definitely stay here again.

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The RV park is basically a large gravel parking lot with full hookups. The hookups are every other site so your door side is facing your neighbor's door side with enough space for a picnic table. The nice thing about the park is easy access from the Alaska Highway and most sites appear to be pull-throughs. The laundry was not available when we stayed and the office worker was kind enough to say so before taking our money. It was just an overnight stay for us and because of the rain we didn't even walk to the bath house. I would stay here again overnight as a travel stop, but if I were taking in the sites around Whitehorse, I'd look at another RV park with nicer, more spacious sites.

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This was by far the most expensive campground that we stayed in crossing Canada to Alaska. Being near the lake was nice but not worth the expense. Even charging a higher price, you had to pay for the showers. We were lucky to get the best pull thru site. It was the roomiest with a nice picnic table and barbecue pit. The pull thrus on both sides of us were packed like sardines, four on the right side and two on the left. The full hook ups were nice, good water pressure. Watching the sea plane take off was fun. It was just way too expensive. They offer a .04 cent per liter discount on fuel, and even with the discount, it was the highest we paid in Canada. We wouldn't stay here again because of the prices.

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We stayed here overnight on our way to Alaska. The park if fairly easy access to the main road, but the blacktop turns to gravel with very little on the road. We almost turned around thinking we had gone the wrong way. The park is nice and quiet. The bath house was very clean. The park hosts were quite friendly. Our site was very nice with full hook ups that worked just fine and were easy access for hooking up. Wifi was a little weak at our site, but we were able to use it. I'd definitely recommend this park as a layover if traveling to Alaska.

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We spent two nights at this park. The choices in the area are limited. The only other park that we were aware of was between the main road and the rail switch yard. We chose this park for the quiet. It is a small park with the owners on the premises. The sites are rather small. Our sit was behind the bath house and somewhat difficult to back into. There was not enough room for our truck to park near the travel trailer. The sites were very small and close together. The bath house was clean, although the women's toilets were out of toilet paper while we were there. Owners were nice, park was quiet, but being so small and crowded, we would not opt to stay here again.

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The park is located less than a mile from the entrance to Theodore Roosevelt National Park. It was very convenient to I-94. Our site had full hook ups. It is an older park. The restrooms and showers were dated, but were clean. The staff was very friendly. Our biggest complaint was the driveways and site pads. They are mainly sand with quite a few low spots. We had a large mud puddle right where we had to park our truck. It was so deep that the truck had to be pulled up for the passenger to get in. With a little time and money spent on adding gravel to the sandy roads and pads, this would be a much nicer park.

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We stopped overnight. The campground was very easy access from I-94. It is on the grounds of a hotel and check in was at the hotel desk. The clerk was very friendly. There is a restaurant on the premises. There is also an indoor pool and water park available for the rv guests. There is a large laundry room available. We did look at the showers, but did not use them. They are actually showers for pool guests to rinse before getting in the pool, so they are in the men's and women's locker rooms. The site was full hookups. For an overnight stay for someone traveling, this was a very good park. I wouldn't stay here long term, but I'd definitely stay overnight again.

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A one night stay while traveling. This was a very nice park with great service by the office staff. The park is about five miles from the interstate but just a couple of back country roads with very little traffic. The peace and quiet were well worth the drive. The store is well stocked with supplies and food/drink. We had a nice, level pull thru site. Bathroom/showers were very nice and clean. We would definitely stay here again!!

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This was just an overnight stay and was very convenient to the interstate, but the noise from the interstate was very loud. It is very obvious that most of the campers here are long term. It resembles a mobile home park more than a RV park. Our site was VERY unlevel. We had to jack the front end of the travel trailer so much that it made me quite nervous. Another complaint was the location of the electric: wrong side of the RV. We had to run the cord under the camper. Convenience was nice but does not outweigh our complaints and I would not stay here again. In fact, a Class A pulled in next to us, didn't even get out and left immediately.

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This is a great park for visiting the Canadian side of Niagara Falls. It is located on the edge of town so it is quiet at night. The red line bus turns around in front of the park making use of public transportation very easy for seeing the sites. Our visit was not during the busy tourist season so our site was just fine, but it backed up to another site. Had they put someone in that site it would have made it very crowded. There are quite a few permanent rv's, but they are all very nice and neat. It is obvious that the seasonal "permanents" take pride in their sites. We will stay here again if we visit the area again.

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We stayed overnight while traveling. It was very easy access from I-75. We had a nice pull-thru site. The sites were decent size. The bathrooms and showers appeared clean. We did not use the shower because there is a fee. We did use the laundry, which was clean. There were only two washers and dryers which might be a problem during the height of the season as the park is decent size. This was a great overnight stop for us on our way to the Mackinaw City area.

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We stopped at this park overnight. We arrived after 3 pm, when the office was closed, but there were pay envelopes to fill out your information and pay with a check or cash. This is a beautiful city operated park. There are both pull thru and back in 30 or 50 amp sites. There is lots of grassy area between the sites and very large grassy common areas. The two bath houses we went into we're very clean. The only problem that we had was in choosing a site. The only map available was at the check in area, and sites are either 30 or 50 amp, so we had to rely on our memory of which ones were which. Also it wasn't immediately clear that the pull thrus shared utility hookups so pull thrus went both ways. It would have been easier had we arrived before 3 pm. But we would definitely stay here again!!

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We stayed at this park for two weeks because of a family wedding in the area. The sites are nice and large. Most of them appear to be quite level. There is lots of space between each site which is really nice but could present a problem for some because the hookups are generally in the middle of the area and quite a stretch. Bathrooms and laundry were clean. First drawback was the price. Their online rate sheet quotes $69/night, weekly rate quote is $485 (10% discount off the nightly rate). This is actually two dollars more than 69 x 7. I had to argue to get my 10% discount (it's simple math people!). I still paid more because of a holiday weekend, $900 for two weeks. At that price they expect their guests to pay for showers!!! They have the usual rules, never enforced the speed limit, but were adamant that my 70 year old mother not be allowed to park at our site but instead in the visiter's lot well away from any rv sites. The park is a gated park requiring a ten dollar deposit for a gate key. Office opens at 9 am, so we waited to leave till then to turn in our key. At 9:10 I called the after hour's cell number. The worker was rude and hung up on me. At 9:20 I called back when there were two of us waiting. She finally showed at 9:28 am. While the sites and park itself were very nice, we wouldn't stay here again because of the price and management /owners.