Older place but easy to get to off Tok Cutoff. Mary is a great host. Full hookups worked great. She has bathroom with a shower stall for both men and women.
This was an amazing stay! Stayed in a pull thru in the woods where it was quiet and very peaceful. Walked down to the water so our dog could jump in the water.
Stopped for a night on our way up to Anchorage. Great to finally do laundry. $4/wash and $.25/10 minutes in dryer. Restaurant has great food and Park is right on the lake.
Super easy to get to right from Alaska Highway. 2 dump stations with potable and non-potable water available at each. Did not cost us anything to use.
Arrived around 3pm and was able to choose our spot. Backed up to the lake. Ranger was around 7:30ish to collect our payment. Woke up to 3” of snow in August 😆🥶. So beautiful here. Wish we could have stayed longer. No cell signal.
Came here to dump and get water before we camped at Walmart while our truck is fixed. Requires $.25, $1 or $2 coins to get either potable or non-potable water. Dumping is free.
Great stopover on our way to Alaska. Agree with previous reviews, 30amp pull thru spots are narrow. Maybe had 18” between slides and our neighbors hookups were right in front of our door. Camp was quiet and we loved checking out the museum.
Great for an overnight on our way to Alaska. The 50amp pull thru sites were close to the highway and next to a great playground. Bathrooms and laundry facilities were great. Hosts were very helpful.
Best night on our trip to Alaska yet. Was easy to find. Registered with security at the front entrance to casino. We parked where of door and living room windows faced the trees. Very quiet. (Little construction near extrance to casino but signs...
Only a few of us here. Very quiet. Laundry facilities and bathroom/showers were great. The way you park has the gravel on the door side if your rig and grass on the hook up side. Park is older and a great stopover on the way to Canada.