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3 RV Parks near Anderson, Alaska
May 2017 - $20.00
My Group has been coming to Riverside Park for over a decade, every Memorial Weekend in May. The park has always gone the extra mile to ensure we are welcome and facilities ready to go. Our group can easily number over 75 people, and we normally rent about 20 campsites with about half of those being RV/Electric spots. "Rustic" campsites in the trees along the road to the range are memorable and amply sized. They don't have electric, but are private, secluded, and great for groups or families. Picnic tables and fire rings are generally available for the rustic sites. We love this campground! Two thumbs up. - Daverino
May 2017 - $25.00
City of Anderson, Alaska Riverside park Way off the beaten path! approximately 6 miles from the highway rt 3 parks highway to Denial Park, roads are good getting here, last 1/2 mile it turns to dirt road but in good condition. Approximately 18 spaces with good 30 amp power, open no trees, no water or sewer but they do have a dump station and water on the way out. We are the only ones in the park tonight so we have tons of room. $25 with electric and $20 for dry camping, $10 if you want to just dump, all on honor system I understand it was full this past weekend, memorial day as they also have a 1,000 meter rifle range in the back end of the campground and they did have contest going on. So bring your guns!!!! Open to the public. I like the place it's a large park even though the sites are close together, when and if full. We are facing a very large cut field and hoping to see some wildlife. They also have sites w/o any electric. I would not recommend them for large motorhomes. - Camping USA
May 2017 - $25.00
Settled 6 miles off the hwy., and 40 minutes from Healy, AK. Very beautiful and desolate. Tent campsites are very private and rv areas are spacious but little privacy when full. 616 acres of atv trails, gun range, showers, toilets, pavilion, stage, playground, dump station, fresh water fill station, 30 amp hookups at rv sites, and nature everywhere. - SAtherton
Jun 2017 - $30.00
Despite what you see in the Milepost book, don't expect a whole lot if you need to make a stop here. We were in campsite 19 and the fire pit hasn't been cleaned out in months, and has trash in it. It's extremely close to the picnic table, so we couldn't use that either. The sites are supposed to be 20 amp but seem like less, and need to be mowed. Highway noise is terrible. The laundry room has two washers and two dryers, but they are dated. There is an additional $10 fee to dump. There are nice restrooms and a nice gift shop, but that is mainly to service the tour buses that use this as a coffee and potty stop. The tour buses (up to 5 a day) circle thru the campground to get to their pull out area. - DedeG
Aug 2016 - $25.00
Only stayed for a night. Park is quiet even though right next to the road. Two different parking areas. Sites were scattered among the trees. Some of the sites were tighter than others. Most spots were fairly level. Restrooms were clean. Didn't use the showers. Nice museum of Alaskan antique machinery. Had to pay $10 to dump, so the total should be $35. We would stop again. - Curt F
Jul 2015 - $25.00
This is a good place to stop for a day or two when in the Denali area. The price is reasonable and the drive to Denali isn't that far. Some of the sites are kind of tight, though. Not sure that big rigs can fit. We have a 32 foot 5th wheel and were okay, but it's difficult to maneuver as the road between the sites is tree-lined and a bit narrow. Electricity is only 20 amps in some of the sites. It was quiet and peaceful, though, and we would have stayed longer if we had the time. - Bobbi1948
Jul 2018 - $30.00
We camped here for only one night while heading up the Parks Highway in a motorhome. To say this campground is kid-friendly, is an understatement! We were traveling with our 6 year old granddaughter, and she fell in love with the place. The folks here that run the place have some wonderful children, and welcomed her to join in their activities. That said, the place is still nice and quiet at night. We had a little trouble getting our motorhome in the site, and level, however the person on duty was extremely helpful with that. We had been off the grid in the park, so the lovely showers were a welcome relief. The laundry area seemed very nice as well. I imagine that a larger RV might have trouble here, but I think the managers would do everything they could to make things work. It's a really friendly, family-oriented park. The wifi worked great too. - Bernalillo_Girl
Jul 2016 - $31.00
When I called and told them I had a 40 ft. motorhome and had read that this park was not good for a large motorhome. She said they could take care of me. When I arrived she gave me a choice of trying to get into one of their sites or circle the park and park on the opposite side of the hookups on the end site headed in the opposite direction in order to have my hookups on the proper side. I chose the latter. Everything was very clean.
Generally, this park has a difficult time handling a big rig, although after we got set up, we had a great site having a large grass area on our entry side. Their sites are pull thru and there are trees between sites and a large RV would have a difficult time fitting in unless the trees are side trimmed. I would not have taken my coach into one. The other down side is that their advertised internet does not work. It is evident that the same thing existed on previous years responses. - Tarheel
Aug 2015 - $15.00
Rate is for a dry site. Sites are level but rather narrow and arranged side by side. Little privacy. You can tell the owners care a lot about the park and maintain it meticulously. Toilets and showers were a little dated but sparkling clean. Goodies like soap and even floor towels were provided. The only bummer was the WiFi, which existed in theory but nobody could connect. We will be back. - TheSchweitzers