We very much enjoyed our stay here. Agree that it is a bit dated, but it is well maintained. The laundry room was cheap ($1.50 a load) and the bathrooms were exceptionally clean. The picnic tables could use some sanding and repainting. We had no issues with mosquitoes. Prices in the park store were very reasonable. The owners were very friendly and helpful. We would definitely stay here again.
Good campground for those passing through. The sites are very spacious and separated by tall weeds and scrub; however, the sites are well mowed. The owner is very friendly and helpful. Cable service, although with very few channels, is very good and the Wi-Fi is also very good. We would stay here again.
This is a beautiful campground. The flowers and landscaping are amazing. The owner has a definite gift for gardening. Sites are level and spacious. Some are separated by mature trees. The showers/bathrooms are individual rooms and are immaculate. Wi-Fi service is excellent. This is about as good as it gets for a campground.
If you are looking for a landscaped, well-manicured campground this is not it, but if you want a great value for your money, with exceptionally friendly, helpful owners you will stay here. Bathrooms were somewhat dated, but very clean: soap and shampoo were even provided. There are communal fire-pits and after closing the office, the owners join campers at the campfire. We highly recommend this campground.
We loved this park. It has a central hand-operated water pump with good water, and pit toilets (which are cleaned daily). There is no electric service. The sites are large and separated by trees. The water-front sites are only a few steps from the breath-takingly beautiful lake, and boat/kayak put-ins are very easy. We strongly recommend this park.
This park is about 15 miles west of Watson Lake just before the Cassiar Hwy turnoff. Sites are level and spacious. The car/rv wash is $1 per minute and consists of high-pressure cold water. Prices in the park restaurant are very expensive. Having said that, it is still better than the parks within Watson City.
This is just about a perfect park. Friendly staff, reasonable rate, level sites, good internet access, and lots of trees and flowers. A few blocks' walk will take you to the visitor center, restaurants, the harbor front, and a grocery store. Having slightly larger spaces would make it perfect. We would definitely stay here again and highly recommend it.
This is a great little RV park. The park and bathrooms are immaculate. Picnic tables have a pot of flowers on them after check-in. The park is 2 blocks from the Cook Inlet overlook and is located within the Kenai historic district. The owner is a little "quirky" but his wife more than makes up for it. If the Wi-Fi had worked during our stay we would rate it a "10."
Being outside Seward was a plus for us. It is only a 10 minute drive to town, which is a major tourist trap. It rained the 3 days we were here and for several days before we arrived. The other parks we saw were major mud holes. The roads and sites at this park are well drained and stayed reasonably mud-free. There is not any landscaping, but few Alaska campgrounds pay any attention to landscaping. The Wi-Fi and cable worked well. We found the owners to be very friendly and helpful. We left a day earlier than we had prepaid, and they readily gave us a refund. We did not particularly like Seward, but if we came again, we would definitely stay here.
We read this was the best campground in Anchorage--would hate to see the worst. This is a gravel lot with tiny spaces. Many campers could not use slideouts or awnings. The sewer did not have a threaded connector. You just drop your hose into the hole and put a rock on your hose to keep it in place. Train tracks are right outside the wooden fence separating them from the campground and trains did run at night. Did I mention being under the Anchorage airport flight path? On a positive note, the Wi-Fi worked well and the office staff were friendly and helpful. Palmer is only 35 miles away--next time we will stay there and come to Anchorage for the day.
We stayed at this campground during our Alaska trip. The location between Wasilla (for the shopping and services) and Palmer (for the attractions and fishing) is perfect. The view of the mountains is beautiful. Sites were level and spacious. Wi-Fi service was very good. Office staff were courteous and helpful. Laundry and showers were very clean. If it had cable we would give it a 10.
This is the campground to stay at in the Denali area. It is 7 miles from the park entrance, but away from the madness of the heavy tourist area. The park managers are very helpful and friendly, and the prices of items sold in the park store were very reasonable. Sites were a little tight, but not unreasonably so. Wi-Fi was excellent. There was some road noise, but because of the mountains and river that would be the case at all area campgrounds.
This campground is in North Pole on the east side of Fairbanks, but very close to all the Fairbanks attractions and services. It is only a few miles to Fort Wainwright. Sites are level and spacious, with no landscaping. The laundry and bathrooms are dated, but clean. Laundry was reasonably priced. The Wi-Fi never worked the 4 days we were there, even though on check-in we were assured the signal was good throughout the park.
This is a good campground, although overpriced compared to other Alaska campgrounds. The rate reflects a Good Sam discount. The washing machines required $3.50 (more than we paid anywhere else), and only 1 hour of internet service was free. The sites were level and spacious, and trash cans were spaced throughout the campground. There are several other campgrounds in Tok and we would probably try another one in our next trip, based purely on the cost.
We loved this park. It is very convenient to everything in the park and to the town of Jasper. The sites were generally spacious and level. Lots of trees and shrubs. Elk frequently wandered throughout the spaces. My only complaint was having to pay a $10 fee to Parks Canada to reserve a space. Firewood was free but you have to pay a $8 nightly fire permit. We would definitely stay here again. Highly recommend this park.
We had planned to stay at a Lake Louise park, but ended up here because we could reserve a space. Are we ever glad! The view from this park is jaw-droppingly beautiful. You must pay an $8 per night campfire permit fee, but unlimited already-split firewood is free. There are plenty of restrooms and shower houses located throughout the park. The park is located about 3 miles from the town of Banff and easily walkable. We will be staying here on our return home.
This park is somewhat hard to find, and the last couple of blocks is on a very muddy pothole-ridden road. Once you get into the park, however, it is very nice. The person in the office that we dealt with was very nice. Spaces were spacious and level. WiFi was not free. We would stay here again if the weather was dry.
This park has very strict rules (like having to remove your shoes to enter bathrooms or laundry), but they are immaculate. The bathroom/shower are individual rooms with new glass-door shower stalls and fixtures. The staff is exceptionally friendly and helpful. The park is on the bluff which keeps the sites from becoming muddy during heavy rainfall, which was the case at other parks while we were in town. We would highly recommend this park.
This is a park that has great potential. The park has spacious level spots and they are obviously trying to upgrade the landscaping. The staff are very friendly and helpful: even escort everyone to their space. The on-site restaurant is reasonably priced. The appetizers we ordered were good. The downside (and it is a big one) is the restrooms were abysmal. Fortunately we did not have to use them. They have firepits but the firewood sold was still green so we had a hard time getting it to burn. We would stay again only if we did not have to use the bathrooms.
Although the spaces are a little tight, the park layout provides easy access to level spaces. the grounds are well maintained with lots of trees and shrubs. The staff is very friendly and informative about local attractions and services. The bathrooms and laundry room are very clean. The laundry room has new high-efficiency machines and several folding tables.
This is a very nice campground located adjacent to the beautiful Teslin River. The owners are very friendly and accommodating. Sites were level and surrounded by trees, bushes and wildflowers. As they admitted to us at check-in, they did not know a lot about campers when they developed the park, as the water/electrical hookups are on the wrong side for most campers, but we easily made the adjustment. The bathrooms/showers are individual rooms and were kept very clean. If firewood was provided for the fire pits I would give it a 10. The only wood available was in about 3-foot lengths and un-split. The lunch and dinner menu for the on-site restaurant is limited (mostly sandwiches), but the home-made pies were exceptional. We will definitely stay there on the way home.
We were fortunate enough to get the last spot at this campground and the neighboring McDonald Creek Provincial Park when the Alaska Highway was closed for 4 days because of a road washout in Yukon. What a great place to have to "rough it" in a dry campground!! Potable water is available on site and the pit toilets were kept very clean. The camp attendants are first-rate. They came through the campgrounds several times a day with firewood and road status updates. The sites are very spacious and level. This is a great place to fish, hike and relax. If electricity were available, I would give it a 10.
This was our first introduction to the typical Canadian/Alaskan "gravel lot" campground. Admittedly it was level and rain water drained off very well. The owner/operator was very nice and efficient. It is located between the Signpost Forest and a grocery store so the location is excellent. The Wi-Fi was only usable in the laundry room but he told us that would probably be the case when we checked in. The laundry room had lots of machines and was very clean, as were the restrooms and showers. This park is OK for a night or two.
We have been on the road for 7 weeks and this has been our favorite campground. It is located on Kluane Lake at the base of a breathtakingly beautiful mountain range. You are surrounded by mountains, lake and trees in a peaceful atmosphere. Because they generate their own power, you are restricted to 15 amps, but this was not hard to accommodate. The owners take exceptional pride in this campground and the evidence of that is everywhere. Even though there were no more lake-front sites with water and a fire pit available when we checked in, they reserved us (at no additional cost) a site on the lake with a fire-pit so we could enjoy it in the evening. The Wi-Fi was somewhat erratic, but it was more an issue with cloud cover than it was with their signal. Be sure and have plenty of provisions if you stay here as it is hours to the nearest store. The area is a bear refuge, so be prepared to pack out your trash with you. We loved our stay there and will definitely stay again on the way back home.
Very nice, spacious and level sites. Laundry room had new high-efficiency machines (although it cost $2.75 to wash each load). A lot of work is being done to even further upgrade this park. Will definitely stay here again on our return trip.
Calling this a resort is truly a stretch, as is describing it as river-front. It is basically an open field with somewhat tight, although level, spaces. There is no antenna reception and water pressure is low. The owners were pleasant and the bathrooms were clean.
This was our first camping experience with travel trailer and it was a great one! This ia a beautiful state park and a well run campground. Lots of room between sites, and sites were pretty level. Firewood was always available and reasonably priced. Fish-cleaning facilities were available and well maintained. Would have given it a "10" if they had sewer connections.
This is a very nice park with lots of space and trees located outside of town, but close to Monticello. Access to the park and pull-though/back-up spaces is excellent. Laundry facilities are clean and reasonably priced. Owners/managers seem to be there almost always and were very knowledgeable and helpful about the area and its attractions (which are MANY). We stayed three nights and would definitely stay there again.