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We stayed at Circle B with a group & enjoyed our stay. Our site was quite level (not all were) & the utilities worked well. We were led to our site as well which was good service, particularly since after dark. Our group had use of their 'clubhouse' which was nice & had a kitchen for meals, etc. Convenient to town & a couple of casinos if you're so inclined. The park has a great 'parts store' with a lot of useful stuff ! ! We liked the Hubbard Museum of the West too.

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I stayed here with a group of 14 or 15 trlrs. It's a pleasant park, with very nice folks in charge. Utilities worked well. The historical aspects are very interesting. They also had a local car/hot rod 'show' on Saturday, which was a hoot, probably 40 or so vehicles. Fun. A trip to the Pink Store across the border is a must (bring your passport), they hand you a free marg as you walk in ! This will no doubt be an annual thing with us !

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We stayed here for several days & agree with other posters. It was the nicest campground / resort we stayed in on our Alaska trip. Haines is a great town to visit with several good restaurants & lots to see. We drove in from the AK Hwy, took the ferry out to Skagway, which was fun.

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This park is right as you come into Whitehorse on the Alcan, and is very convenient. The sites however are very tight We had a back in for our 28' tt, and it just fit in. The interior roads were mostly mud and potholes. It was packed though, so very popular. The people were nice. We did not stay here on our way back through.

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This is a gravel parking lot with hook-ups. Easy in, easy out. Having said that I thought for a stop on the Alcan & access to Whitehorse, it was fine. Utilities work well, bathrooms were very clean, the camp store has a very good selection of things a camper might need, including some sewer parts, etc. They also sell propane & gas/diesel at a reasonable price. We would stay againThe people are very nice & I'm glad we stayed here.

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This KOA is pretty typical these days, overpriced & not very well taken care of. The sites are pretty close but doable, & not very level. the interior roads were mud & potholes. A few loads of gravel would improve conditions a lot. The weeds in our space were ankle high. We used to look to KOAs first, but now rarely even consider them. They're are obviously exceptions, but we generally look to alternatives.

     

Tok RV Village

Tok, Alaska

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This is an OK stop while passing thru Tok on the Alcan. The spaces are pretty tight, but doable & not very level. There are trees scattered throughout. We did not use the bath or laundry facilities. Utilities worked fine.

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We stayed here for several days & really liked the place. The sites were close, but not cramped, the utilities worked well. She thought this was one of the nicest Parks we saw in AK. The bathrooms & laundry area were spotless. The people were very nice. Haines is a good town to relax in for a few days. Good shopping, a couple of terrific restaurants and a local brewery, which is moving up town into a new pub like place !

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This is a pleasant stop on the Cassiar Hwy. The sites were not too close together, but had it been full it might've seemed a little tight. Utilities worked well, and since it was raining, we ate in their Lodge restaurant. We thought the food was fine. People there were very pleasant. We'd stay again.

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Quite convenient to I-15 & a pleasant park. The Electric pedestals appeared new . Grass between sites is a plus. We would stay here again.

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Pull through site with full hook ups. Nice young man who checked us in was very helpful. The cable and internet were the best we had throughout Alaska and Canada. Only stayed on night but would definitely stay again.

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I agree, this is the nicest KOA I've stayed in. Absolutely manicured grounds, sites are big enough & pretty level. We stayed here for several days, just before the crowds hit. I can imagine when full, this place would be crazy. People were very nice.

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This is a very nice park in a suburb of Calgary. The spaces were good size, albeit close together, with nice bushes between to screen you some. She said the laundry looked new. Lots of kids, some semi-permanent residents, but we liked the place. Office peeps are friendly & helpful & restaurants & shopping nearby.Stayed again on our way back South in August.

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This is a pleasant park with spaces fairly close together & nothing to separate you from your fellow campers. A little more grass than most Alaskan parks. Utilities worked well, laundry & bathrooms were clean, and the people were very nice. One confirmation from them had a Wasilla address, one had a Palmer address. Apparently they are right on the line between, but actually much more Wasilla. We would stay here again.

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We stayed just one night, but enjoyed it. Nicely kept place, lots of shade. Nice folks with an inexpensive pancake breakfast deal in the AM. Good idea, cause it's a long way to restaurants/stores. 1st week in June it was still chilly at night and no bug problems. We would definitely stop again. Badlands NP is cool.