I wouldn't say there is anything spectacular about this campground. It's your typical packed in like sardines, roadside overpriced stop. There are a ton of road-side pull off's nearby that are free and if you are just passing through I would recommend doing that over paying for this place.
If you are into mosquito and mud holes then this is your place. The staff is really nice which makes it unfortunate that this place is not a better facility. Way outside of town on a terrible road the area is also very run down and while the water is scenic everything else resembles a dump. We had a view of a building under construction which was also very unpleasant. I would recommend staying somewhere else but using them for their fishing charters. They were more reasonable than anywhere else in Seward.
Probably the most beautiful campground I have ever had the pleasure of staying in! Large very private spots with fire pits, extensive hiking and paved biking trails, AMAZING view of the Portage Glacier, and walking distance to the Salmon viewing platform. Close to the big animal sanctuary, Whittier glacier cruises, and the Alyeska resort/tram ride. Beware of the bears though, and keep all food scented items in your camper or car. They call this Bear Valley for a reason!
Things are tight here and you are right up against your neighbor, there is a good deal of road noise, but you can't beat the location for access to Seattle. The gift shop is fully stocked with everything basic you might need and the showers and restrooms are spotless. The WiFi did not work at all from where we were, which was a disappointment. I would recommend this location but beware, it's urban camping!
A very nice spot to stop for a night. The spots are easy to maneuver and they provide fire pits with wood for sale. The wireless worked but the signal was quite weak where we were on the back row. They have a small gift shop with basic necessities and offer a discount at some of the local restaurants. Over all I would recommend this place.
The facility itself it nice enough and there is a decent amount of space in each spot. The problem is the woman that runs this place is absolutely horrible to deal with. She is rude, condescending, and frankly ruined my entire stay with her attitude. If we had not pre-paid, I would have left and found another campground. Also know that this is the furthest campground from Prince George. With the road construction going on it took at least 20-30 minutes to get into town. I would not recommend staying here if you have other options.