Great place to park for access to town. Water and electric were very good. Located on small boat harbor. The view from the bridge of the channel based businesses was very interesting. Close to the airport so float-planes and jets can be heard. Toilets available at marina. No Showers. Only other RV park with hookups is 6-7 miles north by ferry dock. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This park is just a short walk over the bridge from downtown, and it offers a pleasant view over the harbor. It is a very basic paved parking lot, and tended to be noisy with large trucks frequently turning around next to us. The water and electric hookups worked well, but were not particularly conveniently placed. The bathroom was a bit of a walk, and always seemed a bit dirty with all the commercial fishing usage from the harbor. There were no showers. For what we got, we felt the price was way too high. Fortunately, we thoroughly enjoyed Sitka itself, so this campground was an OK place to sleep. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is basically a parking lot near the marina. It is very convenient but doesn't have any shade or atmosphere or amenities. Just a lot to park in and go explore Sitka, which is what we wanted. The restrooms are a bit of a walk to get to, but they are clean and adequate. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
This is a paved (blacktop) RV parking lot just across the bridge on Japonski Island at Sealing Cove Boat Harbor. There is 30 amp power and water at each site. There is a dump site at the sewage treatment plant about 1/4 mile away. Pull in forward and you will have a view of the harbor and Sitka sound. About 1/2 mile walk to town over the bridge. The airport is on Japonski Island and there is quite a bit of traffic on the road. There were very few RV's there during our stay. The marina next door has flush toilets, but no showers. Sitka has a free City Internet, but connections at this location were very iffy. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This is a paved parking lot with RV sites marked by white lines. Back of sites are on a waterway which connects the boat harbor with the ocean. Sea lions, harbor seals and dolphins swam through the channel during our visit, as well as the passage of colorful fishing boats and yachts. Downtown Sitka is a short walk away. We were able to get DirecTV reception from the park. While not the best campground as far as amenities go, the location more than makes up the difference. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Located next to ferry terminal, full hookups. No on site staff. Payment made to drop box. Basics, but great if you have an early morning ferry. Power and water were fine. We camped here in a Motorhome.
We spent three nights here while exploring Sitka. While there is one other RV park in Sitka that has water & electric sites, Sitka Sportsman’s Association RV Park is the only one in Sitka that offer W/S/E and handicap accessible showers & restrooms (heated, unisex), and internet (a bit weak). The showers were not cleaned on a daily basis while we were there, but the campers tried to keep them as clean as they could. They need to be attended to a bit more often and cleaned. The park is located approximately 7 miles from town and adjacent to the Alaska Ferry Terminal. Sites 9-16 have W/E/S, sites 1-8 only have electric and water. Dump station available. All sites are back in. Sites 1-8 are on blacktop, 9-16 on gravel. Highly recommend making reservations well in advance if possible. We would have given it a better rating except for the restrooms needing a thorough cleaning and regular maintenance / cleaning. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
This is your basic National Forest campground, but it is a beautiful setting. Only pit toilets. Great and easy walking trails in the estuary and along coast. We camped in a 36 foot motorhome but most sites may be too small for anything bigger. It is a stretch to call the other campgrounds in Sitka with hook-ups anything but parking lots. The Sportsman's lot next to the Ferry Terminal is the best they have to offer. It is better to drycamp in the National Forest. We would stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground in the Tongass National Forest is for dry camping. There are a couple of water faucets, including an artesian well (which says "Sanitation Required.") The toilets are the pit kind. There are hiking trails. You can reserve some of the sites in advance. If you drive in without a reservation, you just find one you like and stop by the campground host to pay. We camped here in a Motorhome.