This is probably one of the most run down KOA's we've ever stayed at. It's all gravel and dusty. Lots of portable carports all over the place (over motorhomes, over motorcycles... just made the place look junky) located in an industrial area. The staff was a bit testy regarding pets. It just wasn't what we've come to expect in an KOA park. They did have a nice pool and playground for the kids.
Was an amazing park. Each site had a concrete patio with swing and fire pit. Our spot also had cable. The pool area was awesome, the playground was fantastic. Tons of activities for kiddos. The only reason I'm not giving this park a 10 is because it was a bit of a struggle getting our 5th wheel out. We had to have the spot beside us and the spot in front of us move their tow rigs so we could get out. Other than that, it is one of the finest parks we've ever stayed at.
Awesome place. We LOVED it! The staff was Awesome, the park was Awesome. Totally wonderful place to stay with a family. The pool was wonderful, laundry was right next to the pool so you could enjoy a dip while waiting on your clothes.
This park offered nothing for the price. They plugged us into a standard 15 amp site with a 40' 5th wheel, and subsequently had no one in the office when our microwave blew the circuit (that had no reset). So we had to move our cord to another site that was empty and not use ANYTHING inside our rig. Honestly, you are better off to save your money and park at the overflow parking 50 feet down the road and dry camp. They had a large generator that evidently powers everything, which runs right in front of the first row, where we were parked.
We stay here every 4th of July and this year didn't let us down. The staff is super friendly, the spots are large and wide with plenty of grass. They've added true Wi-Fi to the park, so every spot gets access (previously was only in the office or spots close to) Large grass area for kids to play. Would be a 10 if they had a playground, but I've yet to find an RV park in Alaska that does.
A nice little park. VERY small, only 7 sites total, but the sites are nice and wide, have concrete patios, fire pits and picnic tables. This location was previously listed as not big rig friendly, but we are in a 40' 5th wheel and we had no problems. Our "neighbors" are in a 42' class A and they had no problems either. Very close distance to the spit and Beluga lake. We are happy we stumbled across this place in a Google search. I'd say it's every bit as good as the 80+ a night spots down on the spit and much more room that the other RV park on the highway.
Nice park. Large spaces. Pitch 'n putt 3-hole golf course. I believe the advertised horse shoe pit has been retired, because we searched high and low and never found it. Nice lawns and picnic tables for each space. We had a big snafu with our reservations because of inadequately trained staff, but ultimately got things rectified. Cable TV and internet were both really strong. We enjoyed our stay. The only feedback I have is: I'd love to see them put in a playground for kids.
I gave this a 5 because I felt the price was way too high for what they offered. $40 is on the high end of just about every park in Alaska (aside from Homer spit) and they generally have FULL services. This had no TV or cable, showers were coin op (a quarter for so many minutes) no septic. Nothing really other than electric. (That is run off of a generator, so make sure you have surge protection.) That being said, it's one of the nicer ones in the park area.
Bathrooms have been added to the shower building. I have to admit, I was a bit reluctant to stay here based on previous reviews about the owners being very difficult to deal with, but I have to say, we experienced NOTHING like this. The owners were extremely pleasant to deal with. Super helpful and courteous. We had no problems with the Wi-Fi, and we were at the end of the row. I would have rated this park a 10 if they would have had some sort of playground for the children. We would definitely stay here again.
Completely disappointed. The park itself is okay, but the staff completely sucked any enjoyment out of the place. I don't know how else to put it, but if you are this grouchy this early into the season, maybe it's time to sell or retire. The Wi-Fi comes in the form of coupons that get you 45 minute increments. They never mentioned any bandwidth limits, yet in less than an hour of using gotomypc.com we had exceeded it and was banned from any future use for 48 hours. This is quite possibly one of the most archaic parks we've stayed at in terms of supplying technology.
Great internet speed. We were supposedly put into their "larger" spots for our 40' 5th, yet there are only a few feet til our neighbor's tip outs touch ours, the spots are so crowded, it took us an hour to maneuver out of our spot. We couldn't use our awning because it was too crowded, too many trees. If the park would have been at capacity, I'm not sure we would have been able to get out at all. We had to use empty spots to get out. Overall, the only thing positive I have for this park is the internet, which like I said, was GREAT. They need to widen their spots more, and widen their roads to accommodate the bigger rigs to get in and out a little easier.
Poor wifi range. We were only one row from the office and we couldn't pick it up. The bathrooms/showers were clean, but in need of a facelift. The sites were pretty level and were pretty easy to get in and out of.
Very large park. A high percentage of permanent residents. The spots were nice and large, internet was decent (not fast) The laundry room and bathrooms could really use a cleaning. I decided to shower in the trailer, as the shower and bathroom were filthy. Easy on, Easy off the highway.
Wasn't maintained very well. Dog waste was in every grassed area and the staff were driving around on 4 wheelers at 6am on a Sunday. The playground was nice. Overall, I don't think we'd stay here again. There was just nothing that made us want to come back.
We camped before the pool and spa opened, but the bounce pillow and miniature golf were open and the kids loved it. They also had two wonderful playgrounds. Customer service was AWESOME and the grounds were super clean. Definitely a great stop for family campers. Lots of fun Yogi bear stuff.
Both male and female showers were shut down during our visit because they were painting. Common sense would tell you to shut one down at a time, so at least half of the building could be used. Laundry room was a bit dingy, and more expensive than most... and cold water only. No hot or warm water wash available. Not much in the form of entertainment for the kids. It states it has a playground, but I've yet to find it. Grounds are well kept. Some of the pull through spaces have a bit of an odd layout, but functional nonetheless. Friendly ducks visit the pond.
The customer service was AMAZING! Absolutely AMAZING! We were there very early in the season, and they went out of their way to make our stay extremely special. They opened up their miniature golf course for us. It was still flooded from the snow/rain and they took a shop vac out there and cleaned it up so our child could play. They organized a wagon ride for our child and her friends that had come to visit that night. The laundry room and showers were impeccable. I can honestly say I've never been happier at an RV park ever. I just wish we had been here during their peak season to be able to take advantage of all they have to offer for the children.
We LOVE this park!!! They have clean bathrooms and showers, and super friendly staff. There is tons of room for the children and pets to play. The spaces are nice and large and easy to access. The only downside is that not every spot has the ability for camp fires, but I also understand that it's driven by the fire marshall, so they can't really do anything to improve that and the wireless internet is only in the shower building. It doesn't extend to the RVs (we were lucky that we were parked right next to the building so we were able to pick up a signal, but that is a rarity) It's by far our most favorite park in Seward (and we've stayed at a few). We go there every summer and each year, we are never disappointed.
This is probably, without a doubt, one of THE worst parks we have ever stayed at. The spaces are FAR TOO SMALL. It's like they tried to cram an extra 20 spaces into a lot that didn't have room for it. We weren't even able to park in the spot we paid for (full hookups) because there wasn't enough room for our trailer to fit with the tip out extended. Because the other surrounding units had their tips out, we were left with not enough space to open ours (I've never been in a park where that has ever been an issue. Literally, there is less than 4 feet between units), so we were put in an elec/water only space (and weren't offered a refund for the difference). The showers you have to pay for (in addition to the 43 a night you are paying to look at garbage cans and the back of stores. The ONLY advantage of this park is that all the souvenir shops are 20 feet from your door. There is NOTHING for children, I actually consider it to be pretty dangerous for them as there is tons of through traffic, no place for pets to do their business (like I said, they tried to cram 20 extra spaces in this place when there wasn't room) other than in your RV spot or in the middle of the road and the water was AWFUL. I just took a shower in our RV (because I refused to pay for a 5 minute time limit shower) and I feel like my skin is going to crack from the water hardness. We've stayed at the one a couple miles up the road on the bluff and it was a million times better than this one. Even with the distance to "town" a much better deal and much better park in general. This one will be forever scratched off our list.