Nice long site for pull through and the utilities worked fine. No TV. Internet was not that strong at the site, had to sit in the mosquito infested picnic site: and it worked fine there. Nothing fancy but OK for one night.
Nice setting, but weird with the pull ins for motor homes, requiring back outs. Very muddy at our site which was not fun and we were told this was a better site. Spaces in general were wide with grass which was nice. Side by side hookups. Priority space went to the caravan rigs. Internet not reliable. Laundry was fine: only 2 washers/2 dryers but worked fine. Cable TV access was weird but worked fine. Friendly welcome!
We ended up at a 20 amp site due to a caravan taking the 30 amp sites. The first pull through assigned was too small for us so we had to get another: still 20 amp. The young lady at the front was managing the fuel station; restaurant; rv park and was working her tail off. We ended up staying 1 night instead of two. Nice setting; an ok place to stay overnight on a long journey.
A basic parking area but plenty of room for bigger rigs. Side by side hookups; plus to have dump station and RV/Car wash for a fee. Hookups worked fine. Great view of the mountain. I think for many of the RV parks along the Alaska Highway, probably on the upper side of them. No internet at our site; but the price was just right for an overnight stay.
Very nice park with big and long pull through grassy sites. Park is about 3 miles from town with great views and very quiet. Was an easy few minutes to Fred Meyer shopping and fuel. Everything worked just fine and we could pick our own site. The only thing lacking was Cable TV which could be a problem for longer term stays, but we didn't really miss it. Great value: would definitely stay here again.
Small park with tight quarters, a few pull through sites which are generally used for the larger rigs. Mostly back in sites which are fine for smaller rigs. LOVED the location, the friendly folks, the clean well maintained park and it was very quiet! Nice laundry facilities with huge dryers. Major Cable TV was a bonus. Internet worked OK, but did get "kicked off" a couple times. Within walking distance of much every where to shops and services and charters. Would definitely stay here again.
Nicest RV park in the area. All back in sites but plenty of room to maneuver. Utilities all worked fine, including internet. Minor Cable TV. Easy to find just off the Sterling Highway. Good laundry facilities but very busy at times. Has a very small fenced area for dogs, but nice and grassy. Plenty of fish and clam cleaning facilities and the added bonus of charter fishing office on site. We were here for a week and would definitely stay here again.
About 8 miles north of the entrance to Denali: on the side of the road. Nice setting but sites somewhat unlevel and pull throughs narrow. Good hookups; fast and free wireless internet; limited cable TV. Laundry room very clean. Nice gift shop on site and very friendly people!!! Dog sitting offered for $10 per dog per day, which made it nice to enjoy one of the long shuttle trips in Denali National Park without worrying about our dog. Would stay here again.
Very nice park on the Chena River: long pull throughs, grassy areas, some trees. Fuel stop and convenience store on site, along with small gift shop. Free RV/car wash, which was a dirt pull through with long hoses, but great to have. Wireless access available but very slow at times. Good cable TV. Just a few miles to Fairbanks which offers all services. Really enjoyed our week stay here and would definitely stay here again. Nice laundry facilities, although busy at times.
Very close to the US border, which made it a welcome stop after the Yukon highways from Haines Junction. $18 cash price a deal for easy access, long pull throughs. No sewer but RV dumps easily available on the way out. Nice setting. Fuel station on site along with small store. Tok is another 90 some miles, and we were happy to have this stop. No cable TV; no wireless; but hotspot in the office.
Easy access from highway; nice treed area; adequate pull throughs although a bit narrow. Some turns could be tight for larger rigs. RV wash on site for $ and another commercial one across the street. Wireless internet available, but service spotty at times. Hotspot available in main building. Nice gift shop on site and easy access to town. CLEAN laundry facilities. Really liked that. Would stay here again.
Nice, treed area with adequate space. Easy access off the highway and a full service restaurant/bar on site. Wireless internet available and cable TV. Area is graveled/dirt, which made it a muddy when we first got here with the rain. Easy walk to museum. Nice folks and clean laundry area. Would stay here again if our travels bring us this way.
Basically a dirt parking lot with hookups and very close neighbors. There was plenty of room to maneuver and the hookups were fine. Internet was free but not very fast. Right downtown so no need to unhook: easy walk to groceries and area attractions. RV/Car wash available on site for $. Just fine for a stop on our travels of the Alaska Highway.
Very friendly staff. Long pull throughs that are fairly level, treed, and some grass. Limited pet area; although, the park is pet friendly. Kind of close to the neighbors but not too bad. Hookups and cable TV in good condition. The RV/car wash is a plus. Limited convenience store. It's a little dusty but that's due to roads being gravel/dirt in the park as well as access to the park. Free Wi-Fi for the first 24 hours; reasonable rates after that. Would definitely stay here again.
Beautiful setting. Good design on the loops for full hookups and access in and out. Access is good for larger rigs, but there are some trees/curves that might be challenges. Clean restrooms for being in a national park. There is a nice trail through it. Overall a good experience. Would definitely stay here again.
Beautiful with grassy level sites, major cable and fast free Wi-Fi. Was a little intimidating coming down the road but well worth it. We had a 36' rig and tow vehicle and had no problems. Could be tight turns for really big rigs. Treed, gorgeous and quiet: loved it. Limited on pull throughs so if that is what you want, reservations would be a great idea.
At least the WiFi was free and fairly stable. All dirt/sand; dumpy; noisy from I-10; and while the pull throughs were long, they were too close together, too narrow, and obviously not designed for today's motor homes and fifth wheels; no room for awnings without hitting your neighbors rig or slideout. I could touch my living room slide with one hand and touch my neighbor's slide with the other. Basically a dirt/sand field with hookups. There is a fenced dog walk area that is shaded with all sand. Dogs can't be walked in half of the park. Quite a number of more permanent residents with a wide variety of junky accessories to match. The non-pet pull throughs appeared to be nicer, but not noticeably wider. While it was extremely convenient location for our needs, it isn't a fair tradeoff for the high price. Trailer Life ratings were very generous: probably too generous. We had stayed here many years ago and had a good memory/experience; no longer the case. Unless we were desperate, probably would not stay here again.
Very nice park. It's clean, well maintained. Loved the paved pull throughs although those appear to be reserved for short term stays. The other spaces are all gravel back-ins. Like other reviews, our only complaint were the trains (or rather their whistles), but ear plugs were helpful and the trains are the one reason this rating isn't a ten. WiFi good; 2 dog walks and very pet friendly; friendly people; very small store on site; observatory a nice attraction; very close to shopping. Would definitely stay here again.
Very nice facility, has good activities. Really enjoyed our week stay here. Friendly people and very dog friendly. Only complaint was the truck traffic on the road bordering the park. Would definitely stay here again.
Very clean park. Very friendly people. Neighborhood surrounding park is depressing with many vacant lots and empty houses. Limited services in town and must go to Casa Grande about 8-12 miles for major shopping. Pet areas are limited and no place for pets to play within the park. Would stay here again but not for a season.