Pullen Creek RV Park
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Skagway, AK 99840
GPS: 59.4593, -135.3054
|Last Price Paid:||$40|
|Number of Sites:||46|
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35 Titanium 29E34TS
2005 Chevrolet 2500 HD/CC/DA Silverado
wanderingdawgs would stay here again
“Harbor Site with spectacular view!”
Reviewed May 24, 2015
We camped here in June, 2013 in a 35 foot fifth wheel. The rate shown above is the 2015 rate.
After traveling from Georgia to Alaska for a month we were anxious to get to our first Alaska destination. When we left Watson Lake that morning our original plan was to take a different route and spend a few more nights in Canada before arriving in a completely different area of Alaska. Six miles from the turnoff to Skagway we made the decision we couldn't wait any longer. Skagway it was.
We left the Alaska Highway and off we went. We were about halfway to Skagway when I realized it was Saturday of Father’s Day weekend. What if all the rv parks were full? There was no cell service and no way to find out until we got there. The scenery along the Klondike highway was spectacular with snow covered mountains and deep blue ice covered lakes. We even saw two bears.
After clearing customs and taking pictures at the Welcome to Alaska sign we headed straight to the Pullen Creek RV Park. Check in was quick and easy. There are two sections of the campground and we asked if there were any harbor sites available for two or three nights. We were told to find a site and come back to the office to let him know which site we were in.
The harbor sites are back in sites in the parking lot beside the Skagway harbor. Each site has a fabulous view and water and electric hookups behind the sites. The sites are close together but nobody cares. It's all about the view!
The other sites in the campground are smaller and have no view. There is a dump station available. WiFi is available for a fee but ATT had a strong signal and I was able to use my WiFi hotspot with no problem.
Just a short walk from the campground and we are on the main street in Skagway!What a great place to start our Alaska adventure!
This review is the opinion of a Campendium member and not of Campendium.com
Day 32: Sunday, June 16, 2013. Henry’s Father’s Day present was he didn’t have to tow the RV anywhere! He got to relax and enjoy the day. Blondie and I started the day with an early morning stroll t...
Day 31: Saturday, June 15, 2013. Watson Lake, Yukon to Skagway, Alaska. Pullen Creek RV Park Site 45 overlooking the Skagway Harbor and surrounded by mountains. 320 miles traveled. I was talking to...
- 50 Amp
- 30 Amp
- 20 Amp
- Partial Hookups
- wifi: yes
- picnic table
- dump station
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