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This is a beautiful small park at the top of Raton Pass. Very clean and well maintained. Decent TV via our antenna. Wifi very sketchy. I would have given a higher rating if the internet would have been better. Beautiful views. I would definitely stay here again.

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This is a "bare bones" rv park. No internet, and we could not get any tv, although the owner said we should get a couple of stations. Sites are level, and we were in a pull-through so that we didn't have to unlock. Setting is out in the country, with a nice country road for our morning walk. The $15 rate is for Passport America.

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Sites are very small. I could not get either into or out of my space, except that the pullthru directly opposite was empty and I was able to pull through it. If your neighbor has a slide out opposite yours, you will be very close to them. Wifi is an added cost, which I found unnecessary since they are charging $47 per night plus tax, bringing it to $52 per night. I would not stay here again.

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This campground is small, but easy access in and out. The wifi access costs extra ($6.50/day). If you stay in a water and electric site, the charge to dump your tanks is $15. The charge I quoted is for water and electric only, with a Good Sam discount. The sites are fairly level. The park is 10 miles south of town, so a long drive back to town. A small general store and a liquor store is on site. The restrooms are nice and were very clean.

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This park is adequate enough. The spaces are very small. We had a boat trailer next to us and could just barely get out door open. Fortunately, no one was on the other side, so our slideout didn't interfere with anyone. This park is more of a fishing resort, with the RV spaces there for the convenience of the fishermen. Nice to have TV and internet after camping in the National Forest for several days. Some of the spots are directly on the waterfront, giving a beautiful view.

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This park is difficult to find. The office is in the Stikine Inn in downtown, but the park is about 1.5 miles south. Wrangell is a small town, and no one uses addresses, as everyone knows where everything is. Even the park manager had a difficult time telling us how to get there. We finally had a police officer lead us to the park. It is at the corner of Zimovia Highway and Berger Street. Find it on Google maps before you arrive. Park is very basic, but with good wifi. There are only 7 sites, and one of those is difficult to get into. No bathroom facilities at this park.