This is a great little rustic park and campground with numerous activities on the weekends and in the summer. The sites are well spaced with lots of trees and are level. It is like camping in the woods, but with amenities. We camped here in a 40ft motorhome with a tow vehicle without issue. It was still the off season and the restroom nearest our site was closed. However, the restrooms and showers by the office were open and well kept. All the hookups at all the sites were operational even in the off season. The office and the camp store were open. We would definitely stay here anytime on our trips north and south. Don't bypass this little gem if you are in the area.
This park has the potential to be a great park. However, they need to blacktop the primary gravel roads in the park. There is too much dust and gravel. They have bands on the weekend that play too loud, too late. There is not enough laundry facilities and too few restrooms for this size park. And why the toilets in the main building are so high off the floor I do not understand. Don't get me wrong it is a nice park with well spaced sites and large enough roadways to maneuver. There is reasonably easy access to the freeway and downtown. We will definitely stay here on our next trip, but hope they blacktop by that time. Rate reflects Good Sam discount.
This is not a resort, but it is a clean and quiet campground off the highway. There is not much for kids to do, and the lake is very small but quite beautiful. There are a few long term campers, but it was not a problem or a concern. The sites are well spaced for a commercial campground. The restrooms are clean but old and in desperate need of modernizing. We stayed here and extra days because of the quiet and serene setting, and we would stay here again. It is a great location for the Lafayette area.
This is a nice quiet COE park on the lake. It is clean and well taken care of. The sites are large and well spaced. It should be on anyone's list that wants to camp in the area. We would camp here again. Access was easy.
This one of our favorite places to camp in Arkansas. Generally quite clean and beautiful. What more needs to be said? We stay here whenever we are passing through or for an extended stay vacation. You will not be disappointed, and it is close to Hot Springs as well.
This is a very nice little KOA but somewhat typical of commercial campgrounds. The the sites are close with not of space between neighbors. Sites are gavel and level with a concrete pad for the picnic tables. Main restroom is older but clean and well maintained. There is a new smaller satellite restroom that is awesome. Nice lake and lots of room to walk the dogs. We would definitely stay here again.
This is another typical Texas park. Well taken care of but basic. The sites are double side by side sites with Lanai over picnic tables. The campground is basically a parking lot style setup, but clean and reasonably care for. No fire pits, but there a raised grill for cooking at each site. You cannot see the beach or the ocean from the campground because of the sand dunes, but the beach is close, you can hear the ocean. The restrooms are open air toilets and showers, a little chilly in cool weather, but clean.
This is typical of COE parks, and I agree with most of the other reviews. The sites are roomy with covered picnic tables. Unfortunately not all sites are level enough for trailers or motorhomes. The very basic restrooms are typical for Texas that are open air and no heat in cold or cool weather. Obviously that it not necessarily a problem in the summer. The lake is beautiful, and the campground is a great place to get away from the noise and hustle of the city.
This is your basic National Forest campground, but it is a beautiful setting. Only pit toilets. Great and easy walking trails in the estuary and along coast. We camped in a 36 foot motorhome but most sites may be too small for anything bigger. It is a stretch to call the other campgrounds in Sitka with hook-ups anything but parking lots. The Sportsman's lot next to the Ferry Terminal is the best they have to offer. It is better to drycamp in the National Forest. We would stay here again.
This is probably one of the few National Forest campgrounds with full hookups. The sites are big and separated from others sites by thick vegetation. You can see the Mendenhall Glacier from the campground. There are some short, but really nice trails in the campground. We would stay here again.
I agree that this is a tight place, but the owner makes up for the closeness of the sites. The potluck dinners and the evening group campfires make everyone seem like friends. The other campground in town is pretty and clean but it is right between two main roads. The closeness almost forces you to make friends. We would definitely stay here again. The view from the campground overshadows any deficiencies.
This is a nice little, older campground and very quiet. The sites are good sizes and not too close. The sites are behind the sporting goods store and way from most highway noise. Interior roads are tight but manageable. There is some grass and trees between some sites. A good place to stop on the way through for one or two night. We would stay here again.
There are no really great campgrounds on Homer Spit. All are close quartered gravel parking lots, so we boondocked in the City campground looking out right on the bay. There are no assigned sites so you don't have to be congested and confined. Plenty of room and a great view if you like dry camping with no services. We would probably stay here again.
Compared to the usual parking lot campgrounds in much of Alaska, this one is a step above. The sites are on the bay and some have water and electric but not all. The view is outstanding. We stayed in the second level and thought the view was better. Would stay here again.
This is a great place to dry camp since there are no services. Paved interior roads and large separated paved sites with tables and fire pits. A good place to stay when visiting Whittier. The scenery and views of glaciers from the campground are fantastic. We would stay here again.
This is a great campground with nice grassy sites and full hookups. Close to shopping and fuel. The best part is the campground is not on the main highway and therefore very quiet, but still close enough to be convenient. The owners are very friendly and helpful. You can choose your own site. We would definitely stay here again.
This was another parking lot style camp in Alaska. The showers are paid. The owners are friendly and helpful. Sites are close to the roadway but there is not a lot of traffic. There needs to be more space between the sites. We could not extend awnings and slides almost touch. However, there are few options in the area and this is a good place to base camp if you are going to Kennecott Cooper Mines in your tow vehicle.
This is another great park in the Valdez area. It is mostly an open lot but there are areas where it is not so tight or close to your neighbor. The owner tries not to put units next to each other if possible. It is a little outside of town but close enough to still be convenient. Owners are very friendly and helpful. Clean and well maintained with lots of amenities except sewer hookups. We would stay here again for sure.
Compared to the parking lot campgrounds you find a lot in Alaska this is a great park. There is grass separating the sites and there are trees. The few permanent sites were not objectionable. The spacing between the sites overall is roomier than some. We would camp here again.
This is a nice, clean campground with paved interior roads and some paved sites. There is reasonable spacing between the sites with full hook-ups, and there are lots of trees. The owners are very friendly and helpful. Their pies and baked goods are well known in the area. This is an older campground, which adds to the charm, but the amenities are well taken care of and maintained. Also, it is very close to the National Park entrance at West Glacier. We will stay here again for sure.
We stopped at this campground because of the description in the Alaska Camping guide book. The back-in sites on the hill above the park office are great and not too close. Motorhomes over 35 feet may not be able to fit in the tree sites in the upper level.
However, the pull-through sites on the lower level are as packed and tight as they can be made possible. I doubt some can even open their doors all the way. The showers are pay shower but they give you two tokens for two free showers if you stay here. They said the Wi-Fi would not work on the upper level, but since I am typing this from there I guess they weren't correct. We would stay again.
We camped in the trees overlooking the lake and loved the view. We had full hookups for the price which is not bad for this area. The pull through sites are close packed with no sewers. The restrooms and showers were old but clean enough considering the age. They need to upgrade them. The restaurant had good food at what is reasonable for the area. The staff did have an English problem but not insurmountable.
This place is a lot better than those in Watson Lake. The sites in the trees are not bad, but the parking lot sites have nothing to offer. We ate at the very overpriced restaurant, but the food was good. Not much else available in the area so we would probably stay here again but not eat in the restaurant.
This is by far the best campground in Dawson Creek, but that is not saying a lot. The sites are decent but close to the road. Restrooms and showers are tolerable but should be better for a city owned campground. It is a good starting point for the Alaska Highway. We would stay here again as there is no other acceptable choice in Dawson Creek, BC. Most sites are level enough, but some are impossible for RVs.
Nice lake side campground, although most sites are not on the lake. The sites will accommodate big rigs, but all sites are grass. It rained a lot during our visit and caused lots of ruts. The lake side sites are small and close together, but worth it for the view. The park has many activities and loads of trails for hikers. It got really warm during our visit and the flys were a tremedous pest and got in everywhere. We were told this is not uncommon in the summer. We will go back anyway.
We camped here 3 days without reservations, and got lucky since the west campground was full. There were two large groups that consumed most of the sites in the west campground, so the park opened the east campground to accommodate us and a few others. They also opened the showers and restrooms for about 10 campers. This is just an example of the service. Fort Wilkins is a historic fort adjacent to the campground free to campers. Well worth visiting. The Cooper Harbor is an interesting area with a fantastic lighthouse. Not much hiking etc. in the park. Sites are well maintained and spacing is reasonable; not overcrowded.
Quite nice campground. Older but clean. Full hookups nice since the restroom is small with only one shower. Most sites adjacent to the lake or close enough to give a sense of being by the lake. Close to City of Tupelo. Only stayed one night but wanted to stay more.
This was an excellent campground for a National Park although not a lot of sites. Beautiful setting on Choctaw Lake with several sites adjacent to the lake. Lots of trails, fishing, small boats, and wildlife. Only one shower stall in the restrooms so timing is everything. If you are in the area it is worth your while to stop at this campground.