$45 a night, tight spots, bad wi/fi, kids running all over, guy driving scooter around chasing loud screaming kids on bikes, dogs every where, owners not picking up the poop. Think I might go to Walmart. On a good note, employees very nice and polite.
Typical of most Alaskan parks...bare bones, few trees and tiny sites. Rules apparently not enforced. Lots of permanent campers.
Worst RV park we've attended on our 4 months travel.
$45 per night with Good Sam discount. Basic campground with resort prices. I've become accustomed to being over charged and underwhelmed with the services in Alaska.
Very poor campground for the money. Tight spaces. No room to maneuver. No room for a tow car.
They did try to correct problems
Very organized, largest and best one in town, all hookups and wifi worked perfectly, stayed here in a 40 ft fifth wheel
50 45 5 chech-in costco
Stayed before and after Memorial Day weekend. It wasn t too bad. They had security patrols going by quite often. We had to move from short term to long term area because of memorial traffic that had reservations coming. But it turned out they could ve left us. In long term we were inconvenienced with septic directly under rig requiring us to crawl under to hook up?? It was quiet in park but as others have posted police cars and planes were noisy. Planes start taking off at 3 am. The campground in city looked really nice but couldn t accommodate our size rig well.
Great downtown location. Close to airport with planes overhead all day. Urban at it's best. Costco across street and Denny's walking distance. Pricey but secure and great laundry room.
We stayed here for two nights and were really surprised about the price, 50$ a night s the most we paid ever for a campside. The campground is not very nice to look at, there are a lot of people living there with their quiet old and unkempt vehicles. They also seem to be bottered by all the tourists staying there. We didnt feel welcome. But the staff is really nice tough! Also: there are airplanes from intl airport flying right over the place, day and night. This is really noisy. And the showers are mostly clean but no privacy to get changed as there are no changing rooms. You have to get undressed in front of everyone. I dont mind, but other people might do.
We travel in a 40 MH towing. Park was fairly easy to get to. Unhooked on e16th street. Sites are narrow and we just fit end to end. Parked the tow vehicle along side of us. Not much room. Electric is 30 amp and is actually on the high side, our EMS shut off power when it exceeded 132volts..WiFi is very good and Dish can be used. We had water and sewer. Water pressure was good. As noted, the park is under a flight path for the airport, but.....no trains! I would have given a 4 star but the sites are tight and short.
We looked at the others. This place was nice. Didn't experience any of problems others have. We stayed in a 40' MH and our site wasn't really tight. We were able to park our car between our coach and the neighbors. If you want to see tight spots go to Watson Lake Downtown RV. Our slides were only a few inches from our neighbors slides. I would stay here again. It was a very nice place and we told that the Laundry room was nice and worked well.