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Resort area is well organized. RV sites are well-priced, though you won’t get the views that the state sites in town have along the shore. Like many hook-up campgrounds, the RV sites are sterile-feeling (standard parking lot style). Okay if you plan to be out & about all day but not ideal for…
A good place just to rest. It’s not a well maintained place; There is a porta-john on-site, no toilets or showers. Not many electric hooks ups. It looks like 110v no water or sewer. Coffee and restaurant gets an Alaskan 5 stars
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The Hidden Lake campground is made up of three sections we stayed on Ridge Loop and it was very peaceful. Price was $10 per night. There were lots and lots of bugs so make sure you have bug spray. Each site felt pretty secluded and private. If you are staying in a tent watch out for rocks we had to…
Stayed here in June and it was beyond amazing. Small secluded campground. First come first serve basis. Only one other camper here. Small communal fire pit and food storage.
Friendly staff. Some sites on the creek. Most full hookups. Most hate fire rings. Mix of pull through and back in. Amazing Mountain View’s. Nice small laundry. Clean showers
Camping is nice with some charming location under trees or next to the bay. However staff is not really friendly and some sites are not so great. A little bit pricey. Wifi only at the office.
Camping is free and no registration required, just set up in an open spot. Spots are secluded and spaced far apart. Sites are nothing but a gravel pad. A communal cooking, fire, and food storage area is provided. Non-potable well water. Clean vault toilets. Very quiet. The weather was often much…
We loved this place! The yurts were clean and cozy. They had a well stocked kitchen and lots of extras. Pancake mixes for breakfast, firewood, soap and shampoo. The owner was so helpful and friendly. Highly recommend this place. Worth the trip to Seward!
Great base location in the central Kenai Peninsula. Easy commute to Seward, Kenai, Sterling, (1 hour) or Homer (2 hours). Many excellent trails all around the mountain and Kenai and Russian River area where Gwins Lodge and Roadhouse is located. Primitive only. Porta-John. Bring water. Fire wood for…
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Follow the road to the North trail head. There are a number of campsites across the bridge, on the side of the road or in the parking lot. The restrooms are a single pit toilet in the parking lot at the trail head. If you are biking or hiking be sure to sign the book. This place gets buggy so bring…
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We were able to book short notice and the staff was nice. The lots aren’t anything special, but has a nice view of the river.
Great little spot by the water nice location and everything was clean and fresh loved it
Great prices and wonder time checking in and leaving was hard just because I wasn’t ready for it at the time lol
Great time here amazing spot, very remote and secluded, great for witness protection if you ever find yourself in that situation, just saying .
When you think of the location of south central this Alaskan slice of paradise is great for a great away either romantic or for activities