Reviews written by greg126
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Couldn't be easier to get to, turn left off US90 at the base and go til the road ends. Wonderful sites, could hold 2 rigs lengthwise although they might have put the hookups another foot or so away from the pad. I couldn't fully open a couple of storage doors. One of the nicest bases I've been on. Small, not a high level of activity around but for the flights, of course. But mostly adequate facilities. Commissary, library and gym are very good for the size of installation. BX is ok, dining options are very limited, the BX now has a Subway which I guess replaced the Burger King. We'll definitely keep it in mind on our south Texas explorations.
Nov 11, 2011
Gone down some on value because of rate increase (compared to other famcamps) but still a real good deal considering your alternatives in the area. Upgrades to bath/shower welcome and well done. Very pleasant place to stay. Now they're getting facilities to a good standard need to work some on occupants. Noticed one seemed to be overflowing into 2 other sites. Another had dogs off leash. WiFi worked ok for me this trip.
Good place to stay. Good weather while we were there but whatever it is (wind, sun etc) the east side is open to it. East side has enormous sites, wide enough for two vehicles with room to spare but they are 100% gravel. With plenty of dry camping space no need for reservations but you'll probably start on the east side. Rest rooms clean, laundry inop while we where there. Overall, I thought the place was being well maintained. Nice folks working there, especially the host. Would stay here again for sure.
Very nice, well maintained park. Electric in description should be changed to show 50 amp availability. Good news about laundry/bath, considering the age of the materials they're working with its kept very clean tho. Picked up the wifi signal but couldn't get in from site 6, not a problem for our stay of a few days, there is a good coffee shop about 3 miles up the road. Trees could use trimming, no big limbs but potential scratching if they don't get after it.
Environment, sites, location as noted previously. Very friendly and welcoming camp hosts. One host site had a local information booth which was a nice touch. You can also call hosts (907-384-7740) to find out what they have available before driving in. Limited shower, toilet, laundry facilities but all very clean and functional when we were there.
Ok I didn't stay here but did stop by to buy tickets and check it out. Closely spaced, back-to-back sites are in what looks like a very well-maintained parking-lot environment. If the facilities and hook-ups are more useful to you than the views from the city campground this would be the place to go. Very close to groceries and tourist info..you could walk it into town but the city campground is more centrally located.
Nice wooded back-in sites...older design, better for smaller than larger rigs. Water and electric may be old too, first site we tried water wasn't working and it looked like some power boxes had been worked on also, I think one loop is limited to 15 or 20 amp, also at one point, the host came into the laundry to reset some breakers due to overload. Laundry ($1 wash, $1 dry 45 min) bath, shower also older but functional and clean. Never saw a fresh water fill but it wasn't critical so didn't ask. Can't beat the location and price for an Anchorage campground and proximity to commissary/px and Muldoon gate gives it the location edge over Black Spruce.
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