Okay, this park is in a major city, so don't expect perfect peace and quiet. However, the grounds are beautiful, the spaces wide and long, and the bathrooms modern and clean. Wi-Fi excellent. Quite a bit of traffic noise from the nearby roads, as well as some from the Safeway over the back fence, but it diminished later in the evening. Train was not a problem. If I was stuck in Salem again, I might stay here. Otherwise I would find somewhere out of town.
Truly the jewel of the Oregon coast. The only reason I didn't give it a 10 is because the manager and host were somewhat less than friendly. Other than that, the bathrooms were spotless, the sites were wide and long, and the Wi-Fi adequate. Beautiful ocean views, and very little highway noise. We'll be back again next year!
What a jewel! We came here almost by accident, and were we glad we did. Beautiful grounds, spotless restrooms, and friendly hosts. Even the other guests were friendly. You can tell by the grounds that the owners take great pride in their place. Good Wi-Fi too. We'll be back here again!
This is a small low-key park...no frills. Wi-Fi was adequate, and the place was clean and quiet. Quiet mainly because there were only 6 or 8 other rigs. Spaces are long and wide and quite level. All the hookups work. What else do you want? Oh yes, only one shower for the whole park, but they're at the end of their season and are getting ready to close. At least it was clean. We'll be coming back here again.
Wide, level spaces in a quiet beautifully landscaped setting. Yes, the entry is a bit steep, but doable. Bathrooms and laundry are spotless! Washing machine was $1.25, compared to $4.00 in some places further north. Staff was friendly and polite. This was our second time here, and will stay here again when in the area.
Beautiful park, albeit crowded. Too many people with pets, but that's becoming a problem everywhere. When we started pulling into the park there were at least 8-10 little kids on bicycles and scooters zooming around the park roads. Be careful! We had a lakefront site, wide and clean. If you don't mind a crowded park, it's great. We were a bit spoiled by the parks "up north" in Canada. Welcome back to civilization.
Ditto the remarks by previous reviewers. The sites were long and plenty wide. Clean restrooms and showers (free!). Friendly owners, nicely landscaped, and very tidy. It is close to Hell's Gate. A bit noisy due to the proximity to the highway, but no big deal. Would definitely stay here again!
Wonderful park with easy access. We had made reservations prior, and our name & assigned space was on the white board at the entrance. The host met up with us shortly after we pulled in and answered all our questions. Nice wide, clean spaces with good hookups. Would definitely stay here again!
Lovely little park! Nice large spaces, well maintained. WiFi adequate for checking mail, etc. Staff was friendly and helpful, not to mention hard-working. Bathrooms spotless, as was the laundry room. Great view of the glacier and surrounding peaks! Would stay here anytime!
Great RV park! Spotless bathrooms, showers, & laundry room. Long, wide spaces to accommodate large rigs with slides easily. Prices are tiered, so you get what you want, and don't pay for what you don't want (like TV). Well-maintained grounds. I would stay here again anytime!
Well, the "resort" offers water and electricity, but that's about it. Oh yeah, it's quiet, because hardly anyone goes there. Bathrooms and showers needed cleaning, as does the entire park. Dump station was an open pit with boards over it. It could be a nice place if someone put some time, energy, and money into it. I would definitely not stay there again.
We were fortunate to be located in the pull throughs with trees, not the big lot. Great sites, level and clean. Spotless bathrooms and laundry. Yes, the Wi-Fi is only in the office area, but that is because so many people abuse it by using Skype, etc. and using up all their bandwidth. As far as being expensive, look at where they are located and figure out how much it costs to truck everything out there. No brainer. I would stay there again, anytime.
Nice clean campground with wide pull through spaces. Plenty of room for slides and tow vehicle. Far enough from the highway to be quiet. Close to the downtown area. Would stay here again if in Whitehorse.
When they say "Wilderness Campground" they mean what they say. 3/4 of a mile down a rough, bumpy, gravel road. I was assigned what was supposed to be a large pull through site that would accommodate my 36' RV. I barely managed to squeeze it in, but wouldn't have been able to open the slides. I had to back out of the space and return to the office to request another one. I was assured I would fit. I fit all right, but I had to back out of the space because there wasn't enough room to pull out going forward. If you've got a smaller rig, stay here. If not, save yourself some headache and possibly some damage.
Nice park outside of the hustle and bustle of Seward. Sites were spacious and level. No landscaping in the interior, but lovely wooded and grassy areas on the perimeter. Staff friendly and helpful. Would definitely stay here again. Road leading into the park a bit narrow and bumpy, so pay attention!
Our review might be a little prejudiced as we were assigned a nice wide and long pull through site separate from the main park. The afternoon check-in person was friendly and helpful. The woman working in the evening was surly and rude. Laundry was woefully inadequate for this size of a park, 4 washers and 4 dryers. Other than that, a very nice place with a beautiful view of the inlet. Would definitely stay here again, providing I had a space in the same part of the park.
Comments much the same as the earlier ones. Friendly and helpful hosts, nice gift shop without all the Chinese-made crap. W I D E spaces! Room to park your trailer and tow rig side by side, with space to spare. Nicely landscaped. Would have stayed an extra night, but they were fully booked.
On their website they claim the park is safe, quiet, and relaxing. Forget the quiet, the USAF takes care of that. F18s flying low and loud. Also a lot of civilian plane traffic. A lot of punks with loud boom boxes on Debarr Rd. right next door. Unfortunately, the park was crowded and school was out, so lots of people with kids, and of course, inconsiderate folks with barking dogs. This is the big city, so what can you expect?
Whoa, really narrow sites for rigs with slideouts. We had to share our stairs with our neighbor, that's how close we were. Not much else to say about the place, basically a parking lot. I would probably look for another park if I was in the Whitehorse area again.
This is one beautiful place! Unlike the previous reviews, I won't complain about the utilities. We were warned beforehand to switch our water heaters to propane instead of electricity. No problem. Limited WiFi, so what? Enough to check email. We had no problems with the electricity going off. The owners were friendly and helpful, and the grounds were spotless. The trash could be a problem, but not if you're careful and don't generate too much. We'll be staying here again on our way home from Alaska!
Great family RV park. We didn't use the restrooms or the showers, as they were too far from our site. The staff were friendly and helpful, and the reindeer chili in a sourdough bread bowl was to die for! The pancake toss was fun too. Be careful pulling in if you have a large RV. A lot of trees!
Not as quiet as their website would have you believe. A lot of traffic on Badger Rd. in front. Motorcycles, ATVs, etc. Wi-Fi very spotty...it's on, it's off, on, off. It was a little better by the office. Otherwise it was just okay. Not outstanding, just okay.
Ugh. What a dump. RVs crammed into a gravel parking lot behind a strip mall. Two bathroom stalls for the entire park, same with showers. We would have been better off parking on the side of the highway. We saw nicer looking parks as we left town. Once again, we were in a caravan and had no choice. Bummer.
Nicely landscaped, tidy and clean. Friendly and helpful owners. Unlike most places in Alaska, the owners took pride in how the park looked, and it showed. Unfortunately we were in a caravan and only stayed one night. If we were on our own, we would have stayed longer.
Friendly staff to check you in, but awfully crowded. With 130 spaces, they should have more showers and bathrooms. They crammed a little rental motorhome into another space directly behind ours, like six feet from our rear window. Just a little too cozy for my taste. You have to take into account that this is really in the boondocks, and their high season is pretty short.
Same comments as previous reviews. The approach to the office has major ruts and potholes. A little gravel would be a big improvement. It's basically a parking lot with utilities. Our first space had a bad electrical plug, so we moved over one. That worked fine. I really wouldn't want to stay more than 1 or 2 nights.