The campground is nice, with great tent sites! The car sites looked nice too, but I didn't stay there. The tent sites were nicely separated, giving you that feeling that you're further away than you really are. I loved staying here, and loved the things to do nearby. We explored the glacier and went on a hike. Juneau is a lovely town as well.
Just a short walk from 'downtown' Haines, this lovely little campground is just great! There is easy access to the beach, with a wonderful view of Haines and the fjords and mountains. It is a very basic walk-in tent campground, which was absolutely perfect!
Mostly RVs, I was the only one in a tent, though it was still pretty empty. Beautiful location, right on the river. There are boat launches there. It was self-serve registration when I was there, and only 10$! There were some very cute bunnies hanging out. I couldn't figure out the water pumps, but managed with what I had in the truck. A fine place to lay your head!
With amazing views of the Sierra Nevadas, and lots of exploration potential in the Inyos, this is a wonderfully situated campground. The campground itself is nice, with your standard vault toilet, and great sites! There are lots of trees for shelter, which is handy as it did get a little windy.
My family stayed here when we went to Disneyland, staying out of the city was worth the commute! This campground is nice, with lots of trees for shade. It does get hot though, and there were lots of wasps while we were there. We had to cook very quickly and keep everything covered. This added some frustration to the trip. I didn't pull my camera out while we were there, it was just the one night, and it wasn't worth the wasps. Otherwise nice spot!
The tent sites are very nice, with lovely trees for shade. This is an amazing park, I can't wait to go back!
Death Valley is spectacular. This campsite is only a short drive from Badwater Basin (the lowest point in North America!) and Artist's Drive, where volcanic deposits pain the hills with many colors. The campground itself is nice, and there are even trees for shade at most sites. The facilities are nice and well maintained, however you will need to go elsewhere to shower. The resort nearby offers day passes to their pool, a great place to relax and cool off!!
I stayed at one of the group sites while doing a geology field school. This is such a fantastic park! So many trails to explore, and beautiful views no matter where you are. Despite being unusually cool and rainy while I was there, the mountains were spectacular. The fire pits were wonderfully set up, just perfect for some peacefully guitar playing in the evenings. The shelter over the tables was great too, though it does let some rain in if there is any wind. It was a great place to eat, and to get some work done too! The other group sites are far enough away that you forget you aren't the only one there!
I biked here from Haines in June, it is such a lovely area! I did a tour of the campground and it looks very nice. The boat launch area is perfect for a picnic, and the lake is perfect for a paddle! They even have childrens PFDs to borrow, should you forget to bring some. Keep an eye out for wildlife, there are lots of grizzlies around.