This is a small park and we were the first customers of the season. There is a road on two sides of the park but the traffic is next to nothing. You can walk to the bluff for a sea view, also old town and the visitors center are within a block. Be sure and go to the visitors center. They have wonderful displays from the area including "spirit stones" from Captain Cook State Park just north of Keni. Its on a dead end road going north. Do not miss going to the park and walking the beach. You can also see the oil platforms. Spend two nights here and move on.
This park is really at the turn off for Seward and is perfect for your first day run out of Anchorage. It gives you a chance to remember how to dive a 25 ft or larger RV if you haven't in a while. We were here May 13th: turns out it was a early spring and wonderful. We did not use the showers or port-a-cans, so I cannot commit on those. It is a great setting with mountains all around, small creek and a really great, covered fire pit pavilion. They also have gas grills in the pavilion for your use. Just across the road is a nice walking path and wet lands. Down the road is Portage Glacier Lake and exhibit center. It is also close to Aleyska Ski Resort which is way cool. Don't miss this RV camp!