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2 RV Parks near Chistochina, Alaska
Aug 2018 - $20.00
We stopped for a couple of nights, prepared with empty holding tanks but full water so we could dry camp with 15A power. While we didn't use the facilities, the shower and restroom was immaculate. Very quiet setting. Does have a landing strip so we saw a couple of bush planes come in. Would definitely stay here again. - cherib
Aug 2013 - $18.00
We found this place through RV park reviews. And we are glad we did. It is more of a lodge with cabins than a campground. The campground area is very large grassy area, but is fairly undefined. It has no designated spaces (but lots of tables) and the owner suggested an area to park where he could run an electric cord from the lodge; unsure if it was 15 or 20 amps, but worked for us. There is no "dump station" but we were shown where the septic pipe was and we dumped there easily. It is a lovely lodge with furs draped over the easy chairs. The bathhouse was very clean and attractive. The owner was very friendly and talked about his plans to upgrade: he used to teach construction and bought this place in retirement. The WiFi was only supposed to reach inside the lodge (and customers invited to use the lodge facilities to access it), but we were able to pull it in from our RV. Despite the limited utilities (the only reason for not giving it a 10), we had a very nice night. We would definitely stay here again. - Citellus
Jul 2012 - $18.00
Found this park in the Milepost and stayed overnight. Owners were very welcoming and helpful. she invited us to look at the cabins, which are delightful! Restroom/shower building is brand new and extremely clean. We were encouraged to sit on the office porch or in the lodge den. Electric was 20-amp, run by cord to our site. Camping is in a grassy field with some trees. Plans are to add hookups at sites and a dump station. We would definitely recommend it. - junmy3
Aug 2016 - $1.00
We stayed for one night on our trek along Nabesna Road. The campground is fairly new, I believe it was totally redone in 2012, however it appears to have suffered from frost heaves and both the road around the campground and the campsites are very uneven due to the frost heaves. Some of the sites are long and/or spacious and there are picnic tables and fire pits at each site. The pavement on Nabesna Rd ends at mile 15 and it's hard packed gravel the rest of the way to the campground.
Camping here is free. - Marsha D
Jul 2015 - $0.00
This is a free campground, located at mile 28 of Nabesna Road. Stop at the Slana Ranger Station first. Grab a free audio CD that will narrate your drive on Nabesna Road and inquire about free camping opportunities along Nabesna Road (there are quite a few). Kendesnii is the only real campground among those. 10 sites with picnic tables and fire pits and no amenities other than two pit toilets. No water source. But amazingly quiet out here and stunning views of the Wrangell St. Elias Mountains on the way in and from the campground. Sites are level and in the open. A small trail leads to the adjacent lake. Nabesna Road is paved till mile 10 or 12 and the it's gravel. Pretty good road to Kendesnii, rather rough beyond. Our next trip to Alaska will include a few days on Nabesna Road again. - TheSchweitzers