This is a small RV park that is a gravel lot which is located just a few hundred yards from the harbor for the Ninilchik fishing boats. As a result, there are lots of eagles in the area. All spaces are back-in, in a single row, and you just have to walk across the road to be on the beach. On a clear day, the view across the water is gorgeous. All of the hook-ups run along the back of your RV site, so in my case, I needed 20 ft (3 sections) of sewer hose. You can pick up a few channels of TV via your antenna, but there is no Wi-Fi (other than via a smart phone). We enjoyed our relaxed time here and would stay again. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
We found this little gem while out sightseeing in our towed. The site is a gravel lot that has what you need, electricity, water, sewer and decent TV reception. The attraction is the view and the hosts. They escort you to your site and easy back in. The view out your front is incredible. All four volcanoes are right across the Cook inlet 50 to 80 miles away. On a clear day you can see Mt. Redoubt venting steam. On low tide you can go clamming for Razor clams. Behind you is a stream for Salmon fishing that we saw several fish harvested from. Bald eagles soar the air above you and frequent the beach and stream. A general store is only a couple miles away for your shopping needs. The hosts were great and full of knowledge and very helpful. They prefer adults only in their park to keep the ambiance quiet. Great views and hosts, we'll be back. We camped here in a Motorhome.