The owners have put a ton of work into this park. It's away from the interstate, so no highway noise. They have a large grassy area to the rear of the park that is great for a lot of tents. Lots of shade trees. The sites are level. The rate above reflects the weekly rate divided out. We would definitely stay here again!
This is a FREE campground that mostly only the locals know about. Nice CG. Good roads. A nice stopover on the way to Denali or Fairbanks. 185 miles north off Anchorage or 176 miles south of Fairbanks on the Parks Hwy. Even if the CG is full, you can park next to the highway for 8 hours for free also. It is listed in the Milepost guide. Wish I could add more, but was burnt out when we stayed to grab some sleep.
This is a Borough (county) park, the campground roads are good gravel. The sites are rock, most are fairly level. The bathrooms are pit toilets with no running water. There is a city water spigot at entrance to campground. Campground is next to Lake Lucille. There are a few pull-through sites. Some sites are 60 feet deep but are back in. Quiet campground with plenty of trees. There are picnic tables and campfire rings at most of the sites. We would camp here again. Good trail system in the park.
In the heart of Fairbanks, this is a non-profit campground. Their main mission is to hold every February and March, the world's most prestigious ice carving event in the world. Check out their web site. In the summer, the place is quite empty. We selected an "electric only" site but the campground lets you dump and fill your drinking water for free. We thought when we checked in that the "advertised" rates were way too steep. Surprisingly, we were able to come to an agreeable price for our monthly rate. Which BTW is reflected in our rate posted above. The CG is very, very quiet. Shower rooms consist of toilet, sink, and shower in each of 2 rooms, and very clean. If you stay here try to figure what the black walls are for. With just a short walk you can venture over to Pioneer Park via a foot bridge over the Chena River with a 3 mile paved walk way good for, dah, walking and bicycling for the brave hearted. The sites are VERY large and lots and lots of trees. We were here in June and the mosquitoes weren't to bad, mostly because we are in the center of the city. There is a medium sized "meeting" hall if your clan is large. It even has a commercial kitchen you can negotiate for it's use.
7 miles northwest of Delta Junction. Has Dump site and potable water ($5.00 fee). Basically it is a gravel parking lot, but good in a pinch. Very interesting tour right adjacent to parking lot. $5.00 campsite fee. Very quite. State owned.
Nice quiet park. The owner was very nice and helpful. They do have a laundry. The park is Passport America thus the low price. The sites were gravel and level with grass in between. Lots of grassy areas for Fido to sniff.
Nice Park. Restrooms-no showers-at top of stairs on east end of park. Large fenced area to run Fido. Park host very helpful. 5 miles from shopping mall and big box's. We would stay here again. There is a free dump site about 5 blocks away; the host will give directions.
The fairgrounds has a large flat grassy area that they put electric and water in. Each post services 4 RV's, normal for fairgrounds. The campground is fenced in and very quiet. We barely received Verizon Broadband. The fairgrounds are 5 miles west of Colfax, WA., on WA Highway 26 and Endicott Rd. The campground is on the north end of the complex. There is a dump available for $5 though we didn't use it.
This is a newer park. The owner was very helpful. The sites are level with neatly trimmed grass. The roads and sites are gravel. The owner stated that he is building showers and bathrooms very soon. We used Passport America thus the low rate. We walked to the downtown area that was approx. 4 blocks away. There is a golf course nearby and real good food at the winery restaurant. There are trains passing nearby, only about 8 in a 24 hour period. We were here for 3 days and really enjoyed the stay and would stay here again.
Not very busy. Roomy sites. Campground roads asphalt/gravel. Sites are gravel, mostly level, no picnic tables. Wi-Fi is fast and free! Plan on wind, after all it's west Texas. Deer and Havalina's in campground. Host parked us. Nice management/workers. Easy in/easy out as we are in a 40' coach pulling a 17' trailer. Small laundry. I would camp here again.
Very Quiet, away from the trains in town. Avenue U is easy to drive in a large coach so no worries. New campground. Half of the sites are not hooked up to electricity yet so call ahead. Nice owner. No clubhouse, restrooms, showers, laundry yet. Roads and sites are crushed rock. Roads are good, sites are level. Mature trees. Verify price when you call ahead. We have a 40' motorhome pulling a trailer so 57' overall and there were only a few sites large enough for us.
Located on East side of I-37 south of Mathis. Owner very willing to help out with anything. Staff very friendly. Roads and sites are crushed asphalt. Sites are level. Newly planted trees so no shade. Nice clubhouse. No restroom, showers, laundry. Owner is starting construction to double the size of the campground and add swimming pool, public restrooms/showers, all planned. Somewhat new campground so no activities yet. Co-located with Maxim RV Sales and Service. Propane available. $200 per month + elec. We stayed a month. I would definitely return.
Very clean campground and very secure with a park ranger driving by often. Campfires allowed. BBQ grills provided and picnic tables on paved pad. Paved sites. Free washers/dryers at shower facilities. Lots of mowed grass. Dump station and fresh water in central location. I would stay here again.