This is more like a trailer park, but it is clean and neat. Trees and grass between the level sites. Long enough for rig and toad. Wi-Fi worked great, didn't use the cable TV. Lots of permanent residents. Had a small dog area. The access streets are a little tight, but easy to find if you follow the directions. Would stay here again.
After 4 months traveling in Canada and Alaska, this was the nicest campground we stayed at. The place was clean, had level, wide, long sites. The owner was very nice and made sure we could fit our 40 footer and toad in the site. We would stay here again. Wi-Fi is available if you open an account with the provider. We didn't bother since we were only staying one night. They had a large secure dog run that our little pups really liked. Great place to stay!
The host was friendly and accommodating. Within walking distance to the Visitors Center, good restaurants, the Old Town Walking Tour, and the Beach. Loved to watch the eagles soar over the bluff daily. Room for exercise by walking the dogs. Sites are typical of Alaska, close together and gravel. Wi-Fi was OK and cable TV worked fine. Site was level with a nice view of the Kenai River and Cook Inlet volcanoes and glaciers. Would stay here again.
This is not an RV park, but rather a hangout for the owners freeloading friends who talk negatively about RVers, calling them homeless. Owners' and their friends' dogs ran loose, never on leashes, leaving their deposits everywhere. I witnessed the owners' dog on several occasions attacking camper's dogs. The internet hardly worked, and you cannot put out your awning as the sites are too small. Not the pleasant experience other posters had, and I am convinced those reviews were written by the owners and their friends. The owners continually knocked on our coach looking for someone to talk to and bothered the campers. Sewer dump kept backing up, causing horrible smells to permeate the park the entire two weeks we were there. While attempting to fix it, the owner slopped sewage all over our coach, and we had to clean it up. The park was filthy and amenities boasted about on the website are not there, such as a trail to the beach. Instead of working on the sewer issue or cleaning up, the owner sunbathed half naked in the only place to sit at the park. Not an adult park, as there were children there every day. No place to walk your dog. It was so bad, we asked for a refund and left early, as did others. Skip this park and continue on to Homer. This is the worst park we have stayed in, and we ended up sitting in our coach as the owners and their friends made us uncomfortable with their constant gossip about other campers and their expenses running the park.
This is one of the best parks we have stayed in in Alaska. Original plan was for a week, and we extended our stay by 4 days. We enjoyed a site on the river. The Internet and cable worked great. The site was level and we had plenty of room for our awnings, a screen room and a picnic table. The park was clean and people walked the park daily, making sure everything was tidy and in working order. If you stay here, be sure to get a site on the river as the interior sites are like every other Alaska parking lot RV park.
Very expensive for what is provided. View is amazing. No monitoring of rules as ATV's running up and down beach, unsupervised kids running around with bows & arrows trying to shoot the birds. Cable TV only received 2 channels. Trash was on our site when we checked in. Lots of dogs off leash with irresponsible owners not picking up after them. Very chaotic with loud tenters around campfires all night. This park is the most expensive we have stayed in since leaving the lower 48. Overall not a good experience. Too many negatives to give it a better rating.
For a small park with only 29 sites, it is very busy. The park has cabins at the end that are full time tenants (maybe Princess employees?). There are a couple of highway workers living on property. The weekdays are pretty quiet, the weekends are chaotic with fishermen and kids. The hosts are very nice and helpful. The sites are level, the wi-fi is fine, the cable is network channels and works fine. The sites are wide enough for your rig and we could park the toad next to the coach. We would stay here again. The lodge up the hill has good restaurants, exercise room, hot tub, and trails to enjoy.
This park is packed with full time workers. The workers really enjoy their weekends and then off to work at 6 with their diesel trucks. The bathrooms are shared with the truckers and the convenience store. The C-store has a small deli and liquor store next door. The sites are level, the Wi-Fi is so so. Out of the way and about an hour away from Banff. Would not stay here again.
We would stay here again. The owner is on site and they work hard on making this a very nice place to stay. They accepted our mail and brought it to our site. The owner had several brochures, flyers and information on everything to do in the area, Told us about great places to go including an amazing old ghost town and great dinner. Within walking distance to Dairy Queen for a cheap treat. Our rate was the winter rate due to freezing issues at night. A very nice clean park. They guide you to your site. Level large sites. WiFi worked fine and TV was via antennae.