The manager was unaware we had reservations even though we'd had them for a month and had confirmed 2 weeks before arriving. Things were chaotic and we were shoehorned as were many other rigs wherever they could fit with some having limited utilities until other rigs departed and a space available. We heard the park had been newly purchased and the handover obviously not very complete. The manager did work hard to do what he could and it was hard to be mad, though some were. It's not a luxurious spot but the wifi is excellent and it's a good jumping off spot for Alaskan travelers.
The couple running this park do a good job checking you in and making sure you have information about the surrounding area. Sites are level, pull through, and long enough not to need to unhook a tow car. There's a tree or two dividing each space and some plantings at each site. The area is reasonably well maintained. Suppose the constant rain we experienced made this place seem dismal and crowded to us, else we might give a higher rating.
A gorgeous park with plenty of grounds and beautiful spots to park on the perimeter or with views of the lake. They rent boats and sell minimal fishing supplies and not much else as we understand they will be closing this year due to development plans. It's a shame as it's a lovely spot and I was glad we had 3 nights to enjoy there.
This park is clean and beautiful with plenty of room set amongst the trees. We stayed here just a night but I wished we had an extra night to check out the surrounding area. They even had wifi and cable, which was a pleasant surprise as we couldn't have gotten satellite with all the trees. This park is also close to a motel and restaurant that you can walk to, which could be a convenience for some too.