Don't let all the papers with the rules scare you. Many seasonals here. One whole side from Quebec and many french speaking people but friendly. If you want cable, know ahead of time to get the inside ring. They are the only places with cable hookup. The internet is by the office so unless you are really close, your connection is fair to poor. We did use a booster, but still not the fastest. It's a clean place with long dog walk at the entrance. We would recommend this place, and stay here again.
If you are the keep-to-yourself type of people you may not like this place. It is SO friendly, many snowbirds here and they all know each other but are quick to invite you to join the activities. A very clean spot, good WiFi, great laundry, and grassy sites. The only thing we missed was a picnic table. We would definitely come back here, maybe for a longer period in the winter.
This was a friendly park with many snowbirds but still room for overnighters. The facilities were minimal, at the office, which was at the end of the park. However, they were clean and well cared for. The WiFi was Tengonet, but once connected you had 4 hours, and the office gave us four tickets for a two day stay. We would recommend this for a short or long term stay.
This campground is very nice, with secluded spots and privacy. The beach is on one side and the inland waterway on the other - both very accessible. Staff is very friendly and the facilities clean and well kept. The WiFi is available in the main building mainly because the tree cover doesn't let the signal get to the sites. Great restaurant at inland waterway - Aunt Kates. We would highly recommend this if traveling to visit St. Augustine area.
This is a nice spot off I-95. The people are very friendly. It's a bit rustic but the small restrooms are clean and the spaces are open and easy to access. The WiFi, if available, is only at the main office. For an overnight stay heading north or south, we would recommend it.
We spent an overnight in this park on our way to Valdez. It is a clean, friendly park, with nice space and amazing views all around. The view of the Matanuska Glacier is down the road on a trail from the campground. We had difficulty with the wi-fi as we were at the far end of the row of motorhomes and campers which blocked the signal, but it was fine in the restaurant. Facilities were small but clean. Nice area to walk our dogs. We would recommend this campground.
This is a large RV park on the outskirts of town, but still close to everything. They are super friendly and helpful. They have facilities that are clean and well run, but for the size of the park they rely on people using their camper setups. Wi-fi is great, even at the back of the park. Cable TV was excellent. We would recommend it to anyone coming to Valdez.
This park is hidden off the Parks Highway but has a nice setup. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. Their facilities are clean, and the grounds are cared for. There is lots of room to walk the dogs. Wi-fi was good, and there was nice space between sites. We would definitely recommend this campground and would stay here again.
This park is very convenient to downtown and hidden on a side street so it’s not like a giant parking lot. We were near the laundromat so there was more traffic in and out beside our sight. The services were good and clean, although for the city, the TV channels were limited. Our wi-fi was good, and the neighbors are pretty close. I think if we had been put on the other side of the park we might not have felt the constant in and out. Good point for dog owners, a park across the street has an awesome path and field for them to run. We would stay here again if put away from the office.
Scenic is an understatement for the views from this park. We came in on a foggy afternoon, probably due to a heat wave, but when it cleared up in the afternoon the mountains and volcanoes of the Aleutian chain were spectacular across Cook Inlet. This is an adult campground, but there are none friendlier, believe me. Wi-fi worked well, and facilities are small but very clean. We used this as a central stay for the west side of the Kenai and ended up staying an extra day. We highly recommend this campground.
This park is about 6 miles from downtown Seward, but it’s worth the trips into town for the scenery, amenities, and setup. It is on a creek, and the spaces are nice and large. All hookups worked well: cable TV, wifi. There was a resident eagle flying around in the evenings. Very friendly and helpful personnel, and we would stay here again.
We stayed here on Memorial Day weekend, and winter had not left long before. There were still frozen sewer lines so there were only electric hookups. They did have laundry, restroom and shower facilities but still needed the ground to thaw for services on site. Wi-Fi and cable TV were fine. Sites are nicely divided by trees and shrubs, but if you have multiple slide outs, you need to watch the trees. Staff is friendly. We changed our reservation, leaving after two days and coming back after two more and they switched it around no problem. Campground is on the Chena River and provides entertainment in warm weather with boaters and floaters on the river. A restaurant is within walking distance with good food. Close to downtown attractions.
First – the entrance was not well labeled. We got in around 5:00 and they were still running backhoes to dump new gravel on the site. It’s all gravel, very well cared for, with electric hookups only – the only ones from Anchorage to here and Whittier. They had just gotten their phones back after the winter and internet was still down. There was a water hookup so we could fill up. The best sites were against the stream, the rest were parking lot, but the mountain views on both sides were spectacular. Extremely close to Portage Glacier and other walking trails and tunnel to Whittier. Friendly staff and they encourage visits around a covered campfire each night. If you can survive without bells and whistles, we would recommend this spot to anyone for overnights or weekends.
Great spot away from the hustle and bustle of the Park and all the cruise hotels and hubbub, but not so far as you can access what you want. The sites were a bit close together but people were quiet and not much in and out traffic to disturb. The trucks on the road were a bit loud. Bathrooms and showers were clean. Showers did cost though. The best part of this campground was the trail options that were awesome to walk “spirited” dogs. The staff was very friendly and views quite nice. We would recommend this over all the Denali area campgrounds.
This is a nice park just before getting into Tok. there are nice trees between the sites but you do have to watch for slide outs as the sites are a bit narrow. The campground had just opened for the season, so some of the facilities were not open but enough for laundry, bathrooms etc. All were clean and the park is well maintained. The back edge of the park is great for walking dogs. Wi-Fi and cable TV were excellent. We would go back again.
Your are on the Alaskan Highway. This is a great place to stay overnight. There's no formal registration and the people are as friendly as you'll find. The water is good, electricity is off after 9pm (all by generator) and back on at 5:30am. Their Wi-Fi is spotty but for them as well as you. Sites are nice, restrooms and showers are in a trailer but are clean as a whistle. The best part are the cinnamon buns in the morning - hot from the oven and one is big enough for a meal. Unless you area major fussy, I would recommend this place for an overnight just because they are so friendly.
We were surprised at how many sites were occupied, many by workers in the area and some had been here quite a while. The facilities were not as unkempt as the previous reviewer mentioned and the showers and washrooms were immaculate, clean and large. WiFi was great; TV was minimal by antenna only. We would come again.
This park was just opening, and during the winter had lost it's office to fire, so there was no registration, WiFi, and other amenities available. The water at the sites were turned on but the setup at each of the sites was wacky. Water was on one side 20 ft away, electric might be on the other side in the trees. We actually had to move twice to find sites that had hookups within reach of our hoses and cords (and we had extra). There is a huge grassy area that is great for running around or exercising dogs. I would recommend it for overnight stay if on route to western Canada.
This is a local town pool with campsites available for RVs and tents. It was open for camping when we stayed in May, but the facilities were not open yet. WiFi was okay, but far from the site made it slow. I can see it being busy on weekends in the summer. We paid on an honor system - $30 in an envelope in the box. The full service sites are just a large parking lot but there is plenty of space between them and grassy areas below to walk dogs and enjoy.
While the campground was accessible from the highway, it was quite crowded. It was a Canadian holiday and many were down from Manitoba to visit. Being the beginning of the spring season, it was a bit muddy. After the heavy rain, our entry to the camper was a huge puddle. There is potential here, but someone has to care, and take care of the property. Okay for an overnight, because it's really the only place in the area. They are friendly.
Our stay was at the beginning of the season, so sites were readily available. Wi-Fi was good; fun watching the tankers going up and down the river. Very clean and well maintained campground. Would recommend it for overnight.
An RVer walks into a bar and says I want to book a site. Okay, the bar is the office for the park but it's friendly, The park is clean, very generous pull throughs, wonderful for dogs. This is a great spot for an overnight passing through Route 2. We would stay here again.
We stopped here on opening day of the season. The owner was very honest that 70 sites were seasonal, 20 were for overnighters, and the rest cabins and tents. It's nice they keep openings for overnighters. The lakefront is beautiful, but sites are all seasonal. The owners were very nice. The Wi-Fi was sooo fast - very good and bathrooms weren't THAT bad. Again, we were here before all the seasonal. I would recommend it for an overnight.
Excellent place for Zion national park visitors. Clean, friendly, all amenities and they work. Each evening they have activities. They have a van service to Zion for a small fee if you don't want to drive. Absolutely recommend to all RVers
The sites were good as was the scenery. For the price, the bathrooms were a bit primitive, but clean. Owners of big rigs should try not to get the riverside sites as the road down to them is quite steep. Wi-Fi was unreachable and TV was not available; mountains blocked our Dish receiver. For the price, not sure if we'd stay here again.
This is a nice place, friendly, quiet, lots of trees and they were all decorated for fall and Halloween. Restrooms were clean and there were some at the far end of the park that were cleverly put in what looked like a storage shed. Highly recommend for overnight or longer.
A stayed at this park in 1999 and came back to see how it fared. Don't let the surroundings deter you, it's a nice little place, very convenient to St.Louis attractions. The people were friendly, the facilities very clean and well taken care of.