1 Park near Glennallen, Alaska
Jun 2016 - $18.00
If you're looking for campsites like state parks frequently offer, but with the extra services of w/e & easy access to dump station, then Tolsona is the place for you. 90 + sites, all along the creek - there are just a handful of 50 amp sites, the rest are 30 amp or no electric (tent). But everyone is along the creek! First you drive in to the campground (over 1/2 mile from highway). good dirt road, trees cleared along sides and overhead for big rigs. Most sites are back ins - and while the sites are spacious in width, some access points are tight for the long rigs. Sites come with fire rings and picnic tables. Bathrooms are ok - 2 stalls each m&w. Showers are individual rooms. Dump station was clean. Can image a long line if a caravan or crowd was there. Cleared roadways and walking paths throughout the park - and for the adventurous, there's a path to a "mud volcano" - ask at the office for details. Wifi was available on office deck, but our Verizon wifi pulled in enough of a signal for us to use our own.
Biggest plus to campground for this writer was the older gentleman who checked us in - he was an absolute joy and has a very quick, slightly sharp, wit. Biggest downside for us was the mosquitos. Early June and they were thick as thieves. Bug spray and face nets worked. Price reflects Passport - offered early and late season. - yesmar
Jun 2016 - $30.00
This RV Park has a lovely, natural setting with all sites situated along a nice creek. By "natural", I mean lots of vegetation and the sites are dirt. That means that the vegetation gives nice privacy and separation between the sites, but it also means LOTS of bugs (at least this time of the year). If you are looking for "Class A" accomodations and lots of nice amenities, this isn't for you. But then, MOST of the north country probably isn't because fancy RV parks are few and far between around here. Come armed with plenty of DEET and headnets. The dirt surfaces will require leveling in most cases. The shower rooms are actual private rooms with glass shower doors on the stalls and a bench in the changing area. Very nice, but the one I checked out had a bunch of mosquitoes flying around so I decided to pass on the shower. In another time of the year when the bugs aren't so bad they'd be great. The laundry room is spacious and bright and has a decent size folding table, but only two of the three washers were working. They have four dryers though, of varying vintages and condition. Washers cost $2 per load and dryers use $0.50 for 20 minutes. You'll probably need two cycles to dry anything other than quick dries. No wi-fi except on the porch or the office, but they say they are just waiting for a part in order to get it up and running throughout. Verizon was weak, one to two bars 3G. All in all, it's a decent place and a decent value especially with the Good Sam discount. I'd probably stay again, but try to get here in the fall, maybe, when the bugs might be less odious. - Pdxjoanne
Sep 2015 - $35.00
Only stayed one night. Nice campground beside a creek. You could hear the water running. Nice place to walk. Only took cash payment. - dbl4de3