Good Sam discount. Nice park, great store but busy in the service area, restaurant and gas station. 4 cent fuel discount for camping and fuel was cheaper than Whitehorse to begin with. Some traffic noise during the day but quiet at night. We stayed 2 nights and would stay again.
A great, no frills provincial park. Free firewood but you need to split the logs. Not true waterfront sites but just a short walk to the lake. Has hiking trails. Tents are not allowed in late summer due to bears but we did see a couple.
I think they called the lot we stayed on: Resurrection South. Had no hook ups, but we were just across the street from the dump station and water. It is also just walking distance from the docks and shops. We stayed for 5 nights with a great view of the bay. Our site had a stone fire ring. The campground Host was very, very helpful and accommodating. Rules are enforced, we had no problems with late noise. We loved this place and would camp here again.
A good Sam Park, price reflects discount. This is a great little park between Glennallen and Anchorage on the Glen highway. It is close to the road but road noise was not a problem. It was very clean and level. It is a fairly new park with a great restaurant and great views of the Dall Sheep mountain and sanctuary. It's close to the Matanuska glacier.
This is basically a nice park. Unfortunately there are some really seedy looking semi permanent trailers in the middle of the park. The owner manager works days, so it is self check in. We picked a lot on the end, one of the back ins, but there were several drive throughs available. The park was clean and quiet, somewhat shielded from the highway noise. We were a bit nervous staying here at first, but now I would definitely stay here again. It is not really a family park but a lay over place until the next spot. We stayed here 2 nights.
They only accept cash payments. They are making improvements to the campground, hauling in more gravel and leveling the sites better and some cabins. Some of the corners can be a little tight getting around, our fist pull through site was not long enough for the 35 ft Motor home and the toad so we moved to a longer site. No hassle at all.
This is an older RV park. We were the only rig here but it is early in the season and they were just opening. I had to help hook up the wi-fi. Nothing fancy but a level place to park, 30 amp hookups and a dump station for 15 Dollars. Drive through sites are not shaded but the smaller back ins are.
We camped in the Upper campground area in a drive through site. It was nicely shaded and quiet except for the airport noise, but only during the day. All Rv parks near Whitehorse have this problem. WiFi is weak up on the hill, but good closer to the store. We enjoyed our stay here and in Whitehorse.
An older campground but nice and friendly. Can be a little cramped as many sites are back to back. A Good Sam park, rates are $20 to $30. $38 for a full hook up pull thru. Railroad tracks are about a 1/4 mile away so you do notice the trains. Not many ran at night while we were there. An easy walk into Historic Medora. Sites were level. Electricity was steady and water pressure were good. A good park for the money.
Previous posters pretty well nailed this campground. It is next to the highway, noisy but our electricity was good and steady. We needed Electricity to run our air. It was in the mid 80's and we ran both units pulling 20 amps. Voltage was steady at 113 Volts. Price was OK as we had 30 amp electricity, water and a dump station so it was worth the money. Self registration was OK as we were the only campers here. Next time I will read the reviews before I pull in and maybe spend more money for a quieter site.