2 Parks near Sterling, Alaska
Jun 2015 - $150.00
We had read a review on the park on this site, but this place was recommended by friends of ours that have been coming up for many years. They told us the place was great, so we decided to try a night here before going to Homer fishing.
We found it just perfect ! Our 45 ft rig was put in a nice wooded lot. We had Wi-Fi, and a firepit and table. And we used their dump station and filled with water. We went on to Homer next day but returned to stay 5 more nights.
Just a great place, we are 66 and 68 and we even tried a canoe out on a lake near by. We saw moose and baby calf, a few loons and trumpeter swans.
We kept our halibut in the campground freezers and shipped overnight fish back home. Just a great experience for us
We will be back again. - Caribouhills
Jul 2007 - $25.00
One of the poorest campgrounds we have stayed at in Alaska. Sites were small even though we were told that they could accommodate 38' units. Electric was 30 amp plugs, but power was poor. We ran our generator any time we needed power and unplugged when absent to keep from harming converter (102 volts was normal). Sewer was a 55 gallon drum and overflowed on gray water dump only. Water was well water and we weren't comfortable using it even though we filtered it because of the sewer system. Grossly overrated in Trailer Life. Didn't get the impression that owners/managers cared-you couldn't get a refund after registering. This is an honest appraisal from someone that used to manage a campground. - Shipper
Jun 2015 - $30.00
Checking in was a challenge, since there seemed to be no one around except a builder who was there remodeling the office and he had nothing to do with managing the park. Finally, a child located a young woman who checked me into a site. The site was ill-defined, as the utility pole sticking up through the high weeds was the only clue. This park is right on the highway and the traffic was loud and constant. The family [of the owner?] used the site next to me to build a fire and have a huge get-together one evening while I was there. The family doesn't care if anyone stays there or not and RVers are only tolerated. There was only one other RV there during the two days I was there. They would do well to spend a little more effort on the RV park instead of remodeling the office, in my opinion. I would not return. - mockturtle
Jul 2010 - $30.00
We enjoyed our stay at this park and camped in pull through site 21. All facilities were more than adequate, although a bit cramped. Grass on the sites could have used a mowing. Staff was very nice and most helpful. We would return if we come back to the Kenai. - Altoflyfisher
Jul 2010 - $30.00
This is a typical "campground". There are lots of fishermen in the park with lots of boats. They tend to camp together as a group and stand around the campfires and talk late into the nights. The Wi-Fi does not reach through the campground. You have to go into the office to get the free Wi-Fi. Water pressure was very low. We had to supplement with our pump. We were in site 18 which was at the end of a loop in the road so we did not have any adjacent neighbors. The managers never drive or walk through the park. Our hookups were in the trees and they had no idea where they were. It is mostly young adult kids that work in the office. - Doug67