As mentioned by other reviewers: it's reasonable for an overnight. We were here for a few days and the road noise eventually got to us. Nice landscaping using native rock in many areas. Wi-Fi was down when we were here. A little pricey compared to other places we've stayed.
Great place. Very friendly staff. Some camping necessities (TP, bottled water, soda, firewood, etc.) available on the honor system. Would definitely stay there again & recommend to a friend. Wi-Fi available for $4.95/day. They also offer longer contracts. Laundromat, playground, game room available at adjoining campground. Didn't give it a 10 only because the shade trees need to grow a little more.
Reasonable site size - we've stayed in larger, we've stayed in smaller. Nice space of grass between sites. No fires due to being in town limits but free Wi-Fi was nice. We would have stayed longer but chose to spend the last few nights of our trip off grid in Roosevelt NP. I thought the staff was very friendly.
This was a great little campground very close to Talkeetna - definitely within walking distance for many people - and also within walking distance to the Talkeetna Air Taxi service if you choose to use them for a tour of Mt. McKinley. We had a site that backed up to the railroad tracks but didn't find that to be a distraction at all - there are only a couple of trains a day.
This was one of our favorite RV parks. We had a nice site with trees that overlooked the creek. Nice bathroom and laundry facilities. Shuttle service to Seward available for $5. Not all sites have trees, and several are just in the middle of a gravel lot - so I would suggest calling ahead if that's important to you.
There are several treed and spacious sites at this campground, but they seem to be reserved for tent campers or for those who don't want to use hookups. We reserved a site months in advance and were told we would have a "nice site closer to the river" but in fact we had a spot in the middle of their gravel parking lot and just a couple of feet from our neighbors. It was nice to have a place to camp during the sockeye salmon run on the Russian River - but staying in the middle of a gravel parking lot is not our idea of a vacation - especially when we were led to believe that we would be in the vicinity of the river.
Had a nice back-in site in the trees which was nice. Electric & water with a dump station on site. Men's room was out of toilet paper two days in a row. Tried to take a shower once but the water never did get hot - perhaps too many people took showers in a short period of time. Tour bus into Denali picked us up from the campground which was very nice. Some sites allow campfires, some didn't. A couple of nice hiking trails close by.
Very quiet campground. Had a community fire ring for people to relax or visit with one another. All sites are gravel with no trees. Beautiful views of the surrounding mountains. Some sites are next to the creek. Electric but no water. Dump station and water on site.