Sites are close, but enough room for your 40 foot rig with slides. View of Portage Cove (the ocean) is great. Small craft harbor to one side, Haines downtown one block behind you. Haines-Skagway ferry about five miles down the road. Wonderful Dungeness Crab Feed/potluck every Saturday night. We paid $6 a crab. They get them right off the crab boat. We loved this quaint little park and would stay here again. If you want bigger sites and a groomed park-like atmosphere (nice place), the park as you come into town would be the place to go.
Clean, fairly easy to park. Overpriced compared to most in Alaska, but the facilities were great and full hook-ups a definite plus after a long journey. We stayed here on our way in and again on our way out of Alaska. They offer nightly entertainment with an ice cream social (we did not attend).
Wooded sites, bigger than most in Alaska located across from Johnson Lake in a rural setting. There was a calm, relaxing atmosphere. Very nice, helpful owners/hosts. Moose in the area. Close enough to Clam Gulch for razor clamming and Soldotna for salmon fishing, yet away from the crowds. We loved it here and would camp here again.
This is a great park, the sites were terrific with lots of room and the location was superb. However, the camp host was absolutely horrible. He was not a host, he was a money-taker and rule maker and enforcer. (We did not break any rules, this was just his attitude and persona). The rating is given because of this. We would stay here again, IF there was a different host.
We stayed here four nights while exploring Denali. Loved the full hook-ups, The location is close enough to Denali but far enough to be out of the craziness. Yes, sites were not large, but those are hard to find in Alaska. Our dogs were happy with the walking areas. We were quite happy with the park.
Nice looking park with trees. However sites are closely packed and roads narrow and difficult to negotiate. Their wi-fi set up is unsecure and the security software would not allow access to gmail or to google.com. You could access google.ca. Very annoying. It is off the road enough for a nice quiet nights sleep. They have room for the dogs to walk. They have an RV wash. We would probably look for another park with easier access (driving and wi-fi!) rather than stay here again.
This is a cute little park right on the Toad River. We stayed in a center pull-through site so we didn't have to unhook our toad. There are several river-front sites that are perfect with a view and fishing. Over in the small cove of the river where the beaver dam is there are tent camping sites. There is a double site with an outdoor "bar" with a sink under a shelter. We used this as an overnighter and would do so again.
I gave this park a 7 because of location location location. It is basically a big field of hardpacked dirt and the rv spaces are very close together. That said, it is within easy (BLOCK) distance of the signpost forest and the Northern Lights Centre. There is a city park right next to it on the shores of the First Wye Lake. Our dogs were very happy. This is a simple overnight spot with a great location.
Good enough for an overnight stop. We parked here in a 40 ft RV near the front. Very low key place with its own set of local characters. There is a restaurant bar on site and the home-cooked food is pretty good. Breakfast is hearty. Not sure about the sewer. We ended up not hooking up to it.
Lovely quiet campground dotted with hardwood trees and chickens scattered about the park. Woods at the back where you can run your dog off-leash. We stopped for one night but stayed two to rest up. There is the soothing sound of a train coming through in the distance at night - we loved it. Would stay here again.
We really liked this park. Convenient location, large shaded sites. There were lots of activities if you cared to participate. The dog run was a bit small, not useful for a medium or large sized dog that requires a bit of running room. The folks in the park were very friendly.
We liked that the RV sites were paved. The sites were a bit smaller than we prefer. Having Camping World and Flying J "onsite" was so convenient. The EXIT 10 restaurant and pub adjacent to the pool and hot tub had excellent food. Best Pizza and wings we've had in a long time. The on-site dog parks were too small for our medium/large dogs but there is a large dog park a few miles down the road.
Great resort! We were very comfortable here. Great location to explore the area and many many activities on site. The dog run was fabulous - very large. Our Brittany could run and run and actually get tired. The people were very friendly. We stayed here 16 days. We would definitely return and stay the season here.
This was a very nice resort. We spent one night en-route to our destination. The dog park was approved by our Brittany and Australian shepherd. We would definitely come back and stay longer in order to take advantage of their amenities.
Quiet campground across the street from Northumberland Bay. You can walk down a small incline to the beach near the lighthouse. But continue on to the end of the road, park, and follow the path to the right for the beautiful, endless beach. There's not much else to do unless you hop into the car for a bit of a drive. There is a seafood processing plant down the street where you can get fresh crab in season, and across the road from them is Captain Dan's plant for lobster in season. A pleasant, relaxing stay where you make your own entertainment.
All RV's are setup facing the Bay of Fundy, your amazing view for the duration of your stay. We loved walking the beach when the tides were out and the dogs loved running and swimming there. There's a lady nearby that sells fresh seafood including lobster and there is a grocery and gas station a few miles away. The campground owners are very friendly and helpful and the campground is kept spotless. Full hook-ups and 30 amps and a million dollar view. We stayed here for 10 days.