Wow, what a find. Price posted was Canadian. Don’t forget you still need a Canadian National Park Pass.
Silverhorn Creek Campground is between the Icefield Centre and Lake Louise.
This campground looks new. Sites are very well laid out and...
Yikes- the road in is a very narrow two way one lane road. If you meet another RV coming or going there is no where to pull off!
This is a very small NFS campground at $15 a night. Some sort of toilets and water spigots. No trash service, no...
It was Labor Day weekend and we hadn’t made any plans. We were on our way back from Alaska and Canada and got back into the lower 48 much quicker than we had planned.
After one night at a NFS Campground we started to look for someplace to stay...
211 days ago
This is a nice enough dry camping campground. Sites are gravel, level and long.
Not much privacy but plenty of solar. Bathrooms are ok but no shower. Some nice views all around.
Short entrance road has some very deep potholes. Take your...
This is a nice KOA. Gravel sites, picnic table and full 50 amp hook ups.
They have a couple of small laundry rooms ($3.00 wash and $2.00 Canadian to Dry).
There is WiFi but pretty slow. We were able to use both our ATT and Verizon....
Wow, what a great find. Eight sights just off the highway. Looks like the energy company does some maintenance.
There is trash and recycling bins at the campground.
We had plenty of room at our back in site to stay hooked up.
Early morning and evening it’s pretty noisy. You are very close to the highway. Not bad at night.
We entered in from the north end. As soon a you do, you can back your rig in another 40 foot or so for more privacy.
We had intermittent...
No services but what a view.
At the end of the pavement keep going down the packed gravel road. Even if you go all the way to the lake, there is plenty of room to turn around.
As you leave the paved road, you’ll quick see two large...
We pulled in here without any reservations. The sign at the road said the campground was full but we knew they had an overflow lot.
Checking in at the ranger station, he informed us that it was not a problem as they had plenty of sites (1:00...
Site 7 is very nice. A path takes you right to an overlook cliff. However, everything is wildly overgrown ( welcome to Alaska ).
No dump and no water other than a hand pump.
Nice day use area on the bluff with views.
Sites are tough to...
"Stunning views - dry camping at its best"
"Wide open campground with views"
"FREE: Campsite, firewood, picnic table, fire ring "
"Camping at the base of a glacier "
"Clean, quiet, lots of trees"
"Great views - crazy on weekends "
"On rivers edge near highway bridge"
"Convenient but a bit depressing "
"Wonderful spot except for the weekend "
"Great access to everything Seward - Iditarod section"
"No drinking water, no dump - too bad"
"Great stop after driving the ALCAN"
"Free Quiet stop along the Alaska Highway "
"Dark and misquote haven "
"$5 dump and potable water - free with gas"
"Edge of the cliff with amazing views"
"Don’t take the 55+ discount when you make reservation!"
"Nice new but very cramped "
"Gravel, highway noise, mixed park"
"Very nice National Park Campground "
"Free overnight at Casino"
"Really nice Casino RV Resort(ish)"
"Busy, hot, windy, dusty"
"Expensive Forest Services Campground "
"E and F and G loops are horrible!"
"$5 RV dump right off the highway"
"Nice but busy county park"
"Nice state park near river and freeway "
After Taos, we headed to Valley of Fires Recreation Area in Carrizozo. Here we were greeted by stunning views, a walk through black lava fields, and lots of wind. This place is definitely worth a st...
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Schoodic Woods Campground
Timeframe: 1st week of August
So I’ve gotten even further behind on posting—we visited Schoodic nearly a month and a half ago! Here’s...
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