Stayed four nights in a deluxe patio site. We almost never stay in a KOA campground but the reviews were so positive that we elected to spend the four nights. Yes, it is expensive, as are all the sites in this park. The setting is just beautiful surrounded by tall mountains well set back from the highway. The sites are stone gravel with concrete patios, table and chairs plus a gas BBQ. Extensive shrubbery surround your site blocking the immediate view of your neighbor. We were surprised that most of the other sites were nearly empty with the patio sites almost full. The less expensive sites are very nice but lack the privacy of the patio. Our only issue was that we were located at the row end next to the laundry and showers. There is non-stop activity from 5:00AM right up to midnight plus the day time lighting which made for a tough sleep. However, we would stay again and again as the park is a true gem that reflects the owners years of hard work.
Stayed here for two nights on a trip to Glacier Park. Our pull through site was long enough for our 40' fifth wheel plus the truck. Sites are all small stone, not gravel, with a concrete patio and a strip of perfect grass. Immaculate would be the word for the short term park area. I was very careful not to let even a small drip fall from my BBQ as the concrete pad is perfectly clean. This park as about 2/3 long term guests but this group is separated along the perimeter and ends. While the park lacks trees for shade and landscaping it does provide easy access and parking convenience.
Returning from Glacier Park and spent a day and night in this beautiful state park. We arrived on a weekday around 3:00 PM, and not two hours later all the spots were full. Lush green setting with many trees and a great deal of space between sites. Plenty of room for a 40'+ rig with 50 amp plug-in. Reservations would certainly be a plus, as once this park fills there is little else available in this remote area.
We called and made reservations for a 40' RV two months before our arrival. Our site was able to handle our length but unfortunately not the width of slide outs or awning. With help from two neighbors it took an hour to back in. No space for the truck or even a table. Sewer hookup is at the far back and out of reach for my 25 foot hose. There are spaces that are wider and have wider access streets but you are at the mercy of the reservation system unless you know the exact space numbers. This is a park for smaller RVs and not a place that I would use with anything longer than 30 feet and a single slider. On our next trip we will either camp in Beatty and drive into the park or take the camper and dry camp.
We camped here for two nights on a two month Alaska tour. This park is the best of a very sorry collection of RV parks in the Anchorage area. Sites are very tight with almost no room to extend slide outs. Park is in a very run down section which just adds to its already worn feel. My wife and I elected to walk into town and on the way back walked through a homeless campsite right above the park on the hill. Quite a treat.
Great, fun place. Dry camped in a 40' RV on our way home after a one month stay in Alaska. Park was sold out so we were fortunate to find a dry site. One must always remember that you are in the middle of nowhere so finding a place like this with a few comforts is a real treat. Food and wine on the outdoor deck was very good. Staff was great. Gift shop as well. Drove on to Dawson on the 100 mile dirt road.