Road is in poor condition (come on state of Vermont) Bathrooms and showers are very dated (come on state of Vermont) Paid for a lean-to and a so called premium spot, with absolutely no privacy at all at an out of state rate of $42.00 a night....
Bugs, bugs, bugs. The was a lot of mosquitoes and biting gnats during my stay. (End of May early June)
Very expensive; $42.00 a day including Vermonts out of state fees. Basic amenities which were outdated, and the showers were lukewarm at best.
Spacious, clean, and partially wooded. It beats camping at the Spit nose to nose. Short walk to the ocean with beach access with plenty of eagles to keep you entertained.
Saving grace… they had showers, plenty of shade, and walking distance to the glacier. The 25.00 rate was for a tent site.
Quiet, spacious, and clean. I’ve got the best nights (ha! Oxymoron, there isn’t night time here in Alaska) sleep being on the river. This isn’t typical Alaskan camping being nose to nose basically in a parking lot. My spot is wooded, and mere feet...
Ok site, the entire campground is ideal for solar. Very clean for mid May. Road and train noise. Seemed to be a local favorite, the campground was full by Thursday mid morning
It’s a parking lot however, the view is pristine and unspoiled. Camped here in early May so there were no crowds. Road noise during the day time only. Personally I would not enjoy this “campground” during peak months.
Arrived on a Saturday evening and I had the place to myself. There is a trash can, picnic tables, and a fire ring. This place is immaculate and the grass was recently cut.
"Semi Private; Expensive"
"Not Your Typical Alaskan Campground"
"Best campsite in Alaska"