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We were winding down our 3.5 month trip to Alaska and back, and having stayed at approximately 80 different campgrounds, this one is by far the nicest, cleanest place on the trip. Huge concrete pads with Astroturf (hey, at least it was green) and nice picnic tables. Staff was friendly and we wish we could've stayed longer. Highly recommend this park!

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This is a very nice park with huge gravel spaces. The office has odd hours, closing at 5pm. We asked if we could have a campfire and they said yes, however there was no place to have one. Laundry facilities are old and in need of a good cleaning.

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This is a very nice park. The owners are very friendly and the spaces are nice and big, adequate for our stay at Crater Lake.

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A no frills park, it was adequate for our one night stay. Space was big enough that we didn't have to unhook our toad.

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This is a very nice park out in the middle of nowhere, with a nice diner and spectacular views of the glaciers. We had ample room for our motor home and toad. The staff was very nice. Not a lot of choices on the Glennallen Hwy, but this was way above what we expected. Would recommend this place in a heartbeat.

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Ugh, what a dive. But as with everything in this neck of the woods, the choices are few. A gravel parking lot with bare necessities. They even had a sign that said "Do not leave your trash here, we have no means of disposing of it". Glad it was just a one night stopover.

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This is a very nice park owned by a nice lady who works very hard at keeping it looking great. There aren't a lot of choices on the Alcan Hwy, and we were happy to find this little gem. Big sites and a great atmosphere. Recommend this place highly!

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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We stayed there twice in August and both times our stay was very nice. The staff is very friendly and helpful. The sites are big and there's a place on the grounds to wash your rig after coming off the Top of the World highway (believe me, you'll need it). Make sure you eat at Fast Eddies, which is a short walk from the RV park. We would definitely stay here again.

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This is a nice clean park with level sites. Don't stay in site 49 if you want peace and quiet with your campfire. There are two underground water pumping stations that are pretty loud and annoying. After the first night they let us move to a different site that was a lot nicer. The office staff was friendly and helpful.

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This is one of the few parks to stay at on the Homer spit. We had a site directly on the water and it was beautiful. Your neighbors are a little close, but it's necessary to fit more campers in. We enjoyed the campfires right on the beach. We would definitely stay here again.

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We stayed here twice, once on the way south to the Homer spit and then again going back north. The owner is very nice and friendly and the sites are big enough that you don't have to unhook the toad. It's a clean place and we enjoyed our stay there.

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This park is the nicest and cleanest in Haines. The owners are friendly; however, we paid $50/night for 50 amp full hookup but was told when we checked in that if we used our air conditioner or electric heat it would be an additional charge of $3.50/day. We also needed a late checkout in order to catch the ferry which didn't leave till 11pm and was told we had to pay $10/hr for every hour after normal check out time. Much to our surprise, when we did check out at 5pm, the lady said there was no additional charge. She was not the owner however and I think the owners would've made us pay. It's a very nice park though, and expensive, but let's face it, most people are in Haines to catch the ferry so they can get away with charging whatever they want. The laundry facilities are very nice.

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This is a very nice park. We had just gotten off the Alaskan Ferry and needed to replenish our cold items. We didn't meet the owner, but the gentlemen working the front desk were extremely nice and helpful. They told us where to shop for groceries, gave us a map of the area. The park was clean and quiet and we would definitely stay here again.

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This is a very nice park. Neighbors are kinda close, but at least there's grass between the sites. Very long pull-throughs for big rigs. Wi-Fi was excellent and we were in the furthest site from the office. Cable was great and they had a lot of channels. Would absolutely stay here again!

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This is a nice park and would've gotten a "10" if it weren't for the fact that we got blamed for causing a 4 site circuit to fail. It was warm when we pulled in on a Saturday and we ran our air conditioner. After a while, the power failed. They blamed us and we were told we could stay at the park but we couldn't plug back into the electric. We had to basically dry camp for 2 nights until Monday when we took our motorhome into the repair shop and after extensive testing, were told that there was nothing wrong with our unit and that others have come in from this park thinking something was wrong with their electricity when in fact, it is the park. You can't have 30amp service on 4 sites with others running air conditioners and not have something happen. The park is nice with decent space between units and is close to town, so it's convenient. Just beware if it's warm, you might get blamed for a power outage!