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1 RV Park near Coldfoot, Alaska
Jul 2016 - $10.00
Staff very disorganized. One claimed thy had no RV area. Another came out to fill propane, but didn't know how. Be persistent, the first person behind the counter told us they don't have any utilities or parking for RVs. They do. Water and 15 amp electric across the creek in the back. Looked like 9 sites in all. Very dusty and barebones. No sewer or dump station. (Dump stations available at Yukon River and Deadhorse only.) Staff is the most disorganized group ever, but friendly enough when someone bothers to be at the desk. Food however, is delicious and all-you-can-eat buffets are worth the money. We stayed there twice: on the way up and back to/from Deadhorse. They didn't charge us either time, only for the buffet. - DebGA
Jul 2015 - $39.00
Coldfoot Camp is primarily a truck stop on the Dalton highway. The facility has regular gas, diesel (fine for late model pickups using DEF), a restaurant, pay showers, restrooms, and motel rooms. Other web sites have indicated that the food is good, but we didn't eat there. RV spots are fairly level on gravel. Dry camping is available, but didn't check prices. Staff is friendly and helpful, volunteering that the pay wifi operation is slow, and can be spotty and sometimes unusable. It is a no-frills campground that was fine for us. There is space for big rigs, if you have the guts to take one up the Dalton. If dry camping is satisfactory, the Marion Creek BLM camp ground about 5 miles up the road is a much more attractive place. Neither place has dump facilities.
We would camp there again. - Jim22