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3 RV Parks near Salcha, Alaska
Jul 2017 - $38.00
This park has just changed owners, and needs some TLC for the overall esthetics, but is clean, and in good functional condition. It has a small laundry area, but then it's a small park. It is about 50 miles from Fairbanks. Location is right beside a swiftly running river, but there is no particular access to the river itself. We stayed here because of the full hookups and there isn't much else on this side of Fairbanks. The owners are very friendly, personable, and helpful. And they have great ice cream for an extra treat in the evening. We will definitely stay again given the opportunity. - JimInTexas
Aug 2016 - $22.00
Enjoyed our 6 day stay, even with the camp being right at the end of the runway. Yes, it needs some landscape attention and clearing and serious pothole filling. The restrooms are kept clean and stocked, but they have no one available during off post hours. The water is yucky, but in fairness, it is what it is ... a remote mil base camp. Smells like a lot of iron in the water, leaves hard stains. Eielson and Wainwright are both great bases. This has 22 RV spaces and 15 tent sites, and plenty of mosquitos to go around. - Nevada Nick
Jun 2016 - $22.00
This park is still a mess. The vegetation is overgrown in many of the sites. There are many downed limbs and branches that have not been cleaned up. We never ever saw anyone attending the place while we were here (four nights). It has the potential to be a lovely little RV park with a little more TLC. Also, the water was foamy and had a strange odor so we were afraid to drink it or even shower in it. The lake front was mowed and there was a single picnic table by the waterfront. - Vollbear
Jun 2014 - $22.00
This campground is an overgrown mess. If something is not done soon, the sites will be overtaken with vegetation. We had to to do considerable trimming to get into our site both above and on the sides. The mosquitoes were so bad that sitting outside was impossible. Did not use the bathhouse but did use the laundry which was reasonably priced and adequate. Verizon cell/MiFi worked well. Payment is made by drop box and we did not see any sort of employee during the time we were there. BX and Commissary were nice since prices are so high in Alaska. Bear spray is a must if you plan on walking around. There was a big rat trap at the dump station. Easy drive into Fairbanks. We had our mail sent to the North Pole Post Office. All in all, this is not a good military campground. - roadking
Sites: 37 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
May 2016 - $15.00
Quiet park with gravel filled sites in semi-secluded, shady locations. Although low on the amenities, like electricity and flushing toilets, it's well maintained. There is a community hand pump for potable water and individual fire pits at each campsite. We didn't see any designated areas where pets should do their business, but you are required to pick up after them. Hiking and fishing are the main attractions. - 2_Alaskans
Jul 2015 - $15.00
Agree with the previous review. This is another great Alaska State Park. Site was big, neat, level and a nice grassy section. There was a host present.
Vault toilets were clean. There were only three other sites taken during the week so it was quiet. We stayed three nights. Don't miss the hot springs and the road along the way has lots of moose. - Buckie
Jun 2015 - $15.00
This is a wonderful campground not far from Fairbanks on the road to Chena Hot Springs. Sights are very large and well-maintained. Grass is mowed around the sites making the sites seem even larger than they are. There is space for even large motor homes. There is a campground host on site. All sites have plenty of shade and sun. There is well-water available in the campground. Signs suggest you may want to boil your water if you stay here. We would definitely camp here again if in the area. - Bobbi1948