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Gravel roads and level, gravel, very tight sites. Fortunately, Park wasn't full and Owner left every other site empty, except the row of sites with view of Cook Inlet. Those Sites (67 to 75) are Motor Home Sites, which must pull in forward to access hookups. Park has convenient location, Cable TV and working WiFi. Owner owns vacant lot near Park Exit, where campers are allowed to walk their dogs - otherwise there would be no good place. We would probably not stay here again.

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Quiet park, about 4 miles from crowds and noise of Homer Spit. Gravel, roomy, back-in sites with grass in between; picnic table and fire ring. Park is on bluffs above Cook Inlet; awesome views of Inlet and snow-capped mountains. We watched eagles soaring from our Site, which we enjoyed more than the Spit. Plenty of grass to walk our dogs, We would definitely stay here again.

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Nice campground near Kenai River, with great mountain views. Fairly level, gravel sites (not too tight) with hookups, cable and working WiFi. OK to wash your RV at site. Clean laundry with large front-load washers & dryers for only $2. Room to walk our dogs. We would stay here again.

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Easy access from Parks Hwy.; quiet, yet close to shopping, restaurants, etc. Good gravel roads and level, gravel sites. Back row "super sites" are long, wide pull-throughs. Pet-friendly; plenty of grass to walk our dogs. Cable and working WiFi. We would stay here again.

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$14 reflects Senior Pass rate, we also paid $6 to make a reservation. Very nice campground in the woods; with paved loop road and level, roomy, gravel sites. As previous reviewer mentioned, for a larger rig you'll need to reserve an "A" site; then arrive early in the day to get one of the better sites. Bear Loop had the best sites. Hosts were friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.

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Nice park with gravel roads; level, gravel sites with grass and trees in between. Great location on Chena River; close to shopping and attractions. Laundry was clean and WiFi worked good. Pet-walk area with grass. We would stay here again.

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Quiet park in the woods. Gravel roads and fairly level, gravel sites. Plenty of shade and room between sites; more like a state park, only with hookups. We would stay here again.

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Clean, pretty park right on Kluane Lake - great views of lake and mountains. Good gravel roads and fairly level, gravel sites with trees and shrubs in between. Water and 15-amp electric service (they're on a generator); and you must haul out your own garbage. Good pet-walk area. As long as we don't need to run the A/C, we would stay here again.

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This park has 2 sections; the lower level has full hookups, but is basically a gravel parking lot. We chose the upper level; up a fairly steep gravel road that leads to nice, roomy sites in the woods. These sites have water & electric (dump available), trees between sites, private, shady and quiet. Several are fairly level and large enough for big rigs. Wi-Fi works in some, ask at office. We would stay again in the upper level area.

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Nice park with view of Nisultin Bay Inlet and Bridge. Gravel roads and sites with trees and grass in between. Sites not very level. Site 32 is a long pull-through on end; plenty of room to walk our dogs. Restaurant, fuel, gift shop & nice little wildlife museum. We would stay here again.

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Positives: Location right in Watson Lake, convenient to Sign Post Forest, Northern Lights Centre, grocery store and gas station. 30-amp electric, cable TV and RV wash. Negatives: Basically a gravel parking lot; some trees around perimeter, and very little grass. Another RV was assigned the site next to ours; sites so tight that our slide-outs almost touched. Ridiculous, since there were plenty of empty sites - why not fill every other one? We won't be staying here again.

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Small park next to Motel, Cafe & Gas Station. "Off the grid" - some noise from generator; 15-20 amp service. Otherwise quiet & clean. Level, gravel & dirt sites. Pet-friendly, nice place to walk dogs. No TV, WiFi or cell service. This Park was fine for an overnight stay.

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Nice, quiet park with gravel roads and fairly level, gravel sites. Picnic table and fire ring. Older park; it appears Owners are making improvements. Good location - very convenient to Visitor's Center and Ft. Nelson Heritage Museum (next door). Plenty of grass to walk dogs. We would stay here again.

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Easy access off Hwy. 97 South. Quiet, country setting; yet close to Dawson Creek and Kiskatinaw Bridge. Gravel roads and fairly level gravel sites. No shade and very little grass. No picnic table or fire ring. Some permanent residents with junk on their sites, otherwise park is clean. Friendly, helpful Owners, and good working WiFi. We would stay here again.

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Easy access off Hwy. 40 (Big Horn). Quiet campground away from town & highway noise. Long, wide, gravel sites. Our pull-through (#43) could have been more level, but was long enough we didn't have to unhook. Trees between sites provide privacy. Large grassy area to walk dogs. Working WiFi. We would stay here again.