Great owners and crew. Very helpful and willing to do whatever they can to help your stay. Office has nice things to purchase that were locally made and Bob's Market is just down the road that is a great little market that has groceries and cooked deli food as well. I have recommended this park highly and will continue to.
Had to use our water pump as the water pressure was so very low. Sites are not big enough for a big rig and they are so close together you can just about touch the rig next to you, and your tow vehicle sits out so far we were afraid of being hit. I would not recommend this to anyone. The Denali National Park has very nice sites but no hook ups but we wished we had dry camped rather than staying here and paying the outrageous price.
We've stayed here quite a bit, both in and out of season,since it is close to family. Management is NOT friendly or helpful. Roads and sites need improvements. It is VERY quiet which is nice. Rangers need to be a bit more helpful. It is a bit hectic during the "snow bird" season. They do have a lot of permanent type spots. We do like the "country" feel.
Restrooms are in HUGE need of up-dating. Only have one for women and one for men. Very behind the times. New sites are nice but not really planned well. A lot of big beautiful trees. Manager seems to be very nice. Close to grocery and restaurants.
Owners are very nice. Water pressure is low but think it may be too many on one line. Visitors are to pay a daily or hourly fee to visit someone! Not a good idea! Roads are on the rough side. Stayed 6 nights.