This campground was nicer than we expected. Clean and level sites long enough for larger rigs. There were only two showers and toilets but that was adequate due to the small size of the campground and they were clean and worked well. Friday's are dessert night at the campground where the owners provide free home-made baked goods and everyone gathers around a campfire. Which felt good since even in August since this was Alaska!
Nice park with plenty of room amid a nice rural setting. Sites were long and wide and we were able to pick from any of about 30 open sites when we arrived. There seemed to be a fair number of semi-permanent dwellers here but it was not a big deal as the sites were clean and quiet and people were friendly. Nice view of mountains.
A very nice park. Clean and neat with trees between sites and plenty of room. Electric, water, and sewer hookups are worked well. Nice clean bathrooms and showers, and laundry: all available 24 hours a day. A nice bonus for about 60 days each summer June-early August) are nightly free concerts in the community room. These feature Alaska stories, poems, and music.
This is a good basic park but it is simply a gravel parking lot with very tight, small sites. Sites are too small for big rigs but some where there, but were permitted to take up two back to back sites. Turns are very tight. One warning is that the showers and bathrooms are only available from 7am - 8:30PM. If you need a bathroom at night, the only choice is several portable toilets around the grounds. Those portable toilets were clean though. The main attraction of this park is it's close proximity to the Kenai River and fishing.
This park was dirty and had horrible bathrooms and showers. Another problem was that it is next door to a bar that has loud, thumping music some nights that keeps you awake to after 1:00AM. This was, by far, the worst RV park we found in Alaska.