Good park for Alaska. We had a site that looked out over the bay. Nice front view, but given how close they pack units in spaces, not a lot of side views. All hookups are good, excellent cable. Wi-Fi good. On my last day, a Monday, the park was at most 1/3 full, yet they put a unit on either side of me, when there were all kinds of sites that would have given them a space on either side, as well as leaving space on both sides of my motorhome. Management was ok; one bright spot was a work camper who really enjoyed her job. Would stay again as all the other parks in Valdez are essentially the same.
Decent enough park. Nice views. Management is non-existent. Power, water, sewer at all sites. Easy in and out, although the upper sites are angled as if to keep driving out. We stayed in a bluff site - quite and good views. As previous reviewer mentioned could be a good park. Probably doesn't get the business because people want to be at the "Spit". It is only a 10 minute drive to the Spit. We would stay again.
Good park with great views. Nice restaurant. Close to highway but noise wasn't an issue. Typical gravel lot but plenty of room. My 42 foot coach and toad fit; there were others of similar size. Internet stable and good. Cable TV with 7 channels. Easy access in and out, although coming from the West, the access is just past some cabins and on a slight uphill curve. I would stay again.
Good park. Lots of room for units of any size. We had a riverfront site and it was wide and deep. These only are 30 amp but not an issue for us as we didn't need AC; pull throughs are 50 amp. The non-riverfront sites are basic gravel with nothing to separate them. Only issues are the road into it needs to be graded, and if you want to be in Seward quickly it is a ways out. There is a shuttle and the tours come to pick up so location isn't that big an issue. Don't get views as the parks in Seward, but a lot more space. The Wi-Fi was strong and stable. I'd stay again.
Bad. The roads were full of potholes. The garbage cans were over-flowing with extra garbage on the ground. They hadn't been emptied for awhile as they had quite a smell. The grass hadn't been cut, the stairs, which they show in their ad, has boards that are broken or about ready to break. There were some other big rigs but also a number of construction workers (who were friendly and certainly weren't a problem). We had a view of a mountain plus an old bus. If we weren't self contained in a motorhome, I probably would have moved on. Except they want full payment up front when reserving: maybe that's a clue! We would not stay again, but in the Denali area, there aren't a lot of choices.
Great place. From the moment you arrive to when you leave. The hosts do everything they can to make you feel welcome, from the smoked salmon to always asking if there is anything that can be done. The views are terrific. With a big rig, before pulling in I'd recommend stopping at the view spot at the entrance. The owners help you park and get set up. There is a central fire pit and eating area and they have the fire going plus have pot-luck suppers. Being a small park you can get to know people quick. We were here 3 nights and had a great time. The owner is an IT guy and he tuned up the Wi-Fi a couple of times while we were here. Probably the fastest, most stable Wi-Fi we have had. Highly recommend it.