We stayed here with the Winnebago Alaska Caravan on August 30, 2014. The woman who now owns this park apparently has some kind of issues. She was belligerent to all the participants of the Caravan and the Hosts and Tail-Enders who were running the caravan. She put an out of order sign on the showers and restrooms. But, other campers in the park clearly were using them. She informed us, that if we used too much electricity and kicked the breakers, she would not turn them back on. We had just finished a 48 day caravan through Alaska and accomplished it quite easily with limited electricity: so we were used to limited power. Rudeness was the order of the day, as far as her treatment of the owners of the 22 motorhomes that used her park for two days. I would certainly advise Winnebago and the other Caravans that travel to Alaska, BC and the Yukon to steer clear of this park . Also, from the past review, it is advisable for all RVs and campers to look elsewhere for lodging.
Made reservations, but, when we arrived the office was closed and we were instructed to fill out the registration and find a place. Not having been here ever before, we hesitated going down the hill into the park with our 43' RV. The owners sister finally appeared with a golf cart and took my husband down into the park to find a site. The sites were large. The mile long road into the park was dusty and our rig had to be washed. Will definitely not stay here again
I'm unsure who the people are who give this "campground" a favorable review. It can hardly be called a campground. It's more of a cult type situation; where outsiders are not welcome. In order to get into our spot, trucks had to be moved and you had to be an excellent driver. Betty's home is In the middle of this small lot and the 5th wheels, travel trailers, and motorhomes are parked around it. We certainly will never stay here again. There is a state park up the road that is very nice.
Long road back to office. They do accommodate 42' ft. Motorhomes, but, you really must be a better than average driver to get into the narrow lots. This is more of a seasonal camper spot than a overnight campground. It is a family operated business. The office people were very nice. One in particular seemed to be very happy and got happier as the evening went on to the point of hardly being able to function very well. We probably won't stay here again.
Great park. The owner is very helpful and extremely personable. He even helped us set up our tv and took the parental controls back off after we accidentally activated them on our remote control. Will certainly stay here again. I guess we gave him good stories to tell about us dumb "Yankees".
Everything is too close. Roads are narrow and trees need to be trimmed. Permanent residents are allowed to encroach on roadways with knickknacks and pattywacks. This makes for hard navigation though park . Also, if you have pets and need to walk them; the park if wet is muddy. The road in is very rough with pot holes. Won't stay here again.