This park leaves much to be desired. What they call pull through sites are a joke. If you were driving a 20' motorhome and pulling a car you would not have to disconnect. With any rig longer than 30' you will have difficulty driving into the site. If you are lucky there will be an empty site behind you so you can back in and pull forward. I watched a caravan come in and they all had a difficult time getting into the "Pull-through" sites. No cable, TV stations only with a digital converter and the Wi-Fi is terrible at best. Lots of permanent residents making the place look junky. Best thing about this park is that it is across from Costco. Sams Club about 1 mile away. Wal-Mart is not a Supercenter and not one in Anchorage. If you check my other reviews you will see this is my first bad review. I will not stay here again.
Nice small campground with a very friendly staff. Had no problems with WiFi. Got our 40' motorhome in with no problem. You can park your rig and look out the front window to see Cook Inlet. There is a path from the park to the Anchor River so you can fish. Small park with shade trees, great view and very very staff. We will stay here again.
Really a nice place. Owner lives on site and is actively involved. Staff was extremely helpful and very pleasant all the time. Cable has 4 Canadian stations and the 4 major US networks. What a novel idea. RV pressure wash available on site. Sites are wooded and level. Good wi-fi coverage but there is a fee for it. There is a Costco and Walmart in town. If you are on your way to Alaska be sure to stay here