Great older RV Park in the trees, out of town, within walking distance of the Kasilof River which had excellent fishing for Kings and Sockeye. People were great, location is great (about the middle of everything you want to see and do). Highly recommend the place and staff. Much better than the parking lot RV parks in town. Will be going back. Full hookups, laundromat, C-Store with tackle and more. Cheaper than the in town parks with much more to offer. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
Narrow, poorly maintained, straight-in (no angle), gravel sites. Too many long-term and privately owned spaces, so short-timers pay more to make up the difference. Very far from town, any services, and highway, so only noise is from noisy neighboring sites. But had shade, full-hookups, laundry, and (poor) WiFi. Although middle-of-the-road for Alaska, we wouldn't stay here again due to high price. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
An older campground with internal rough, potholed roads. Shaded sites are short and it is difficult to back into the sites because of the narrow roads. We camped there for three days in a 34 foot 5th wheel. The sewer connections are on the back of the camp site and difficult to reach, matter of fact we couldn't sure our because we only had 30 feet of sewer hoses. The water and electric connections were no problem. The site was sandy or muddy with grass on each side of the camp site. The people were friendly. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.