Lovely location, but not maintained. Massive and deep potholes in the road through the park. I don't know if a big rig could make it. There were stumps in the middle of sites so it was very difficult to park, and they were very uneven. It could be a great place; it's close to the water, in a forest with large private sites. But it needs a lot of work. We stayed there because it was close to Anchorage for returning our RV in the morning. That would be the only reason to stay. I wouldn't stay here again. We camped here in a Motorhome.
This campground is located about 16 miles south of Anchorage at mile marker 101 on the Seward highway. It is a good location but in need of a lot of work. The gravel road into and through the campground had potholes 8 and 9 inches deep and 2 to 4 feet round. It is a narrow winding one way road. Big rigs can get in if very careful. There where a lot of trees down laying all around. It look like they may have been cut and just left to rot. I did talk to a state park worker and he said the campground is going to get a complete makeover. I would not stay here without checking it out to see if it had a makeover. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.