Grew up coming to this campground for the last 20 years. Many upgrades and nice trail system around the campground. Great place to camp with your dogs.
Really nice little campground. There were a number of other pay places that were full. We were luck to find a pull out. There is not charge for these spots and most have picnic tables and are right on the shore of the lake. Pit toilets are well maintained but is always suggest bring your own toilet paper because you just never know.
Lots of pull through spots. Hood showers. Loved the pool. Had pizza delivered right to the spot.
All spots are close to one bathroom or another. Train does run by at 6 am so it makes a great alarm clock. Quiet time ends at 6 am. Half the camp sites are next to the bike path so watch your dogs. Dry camping and you can reserve cabins but have to do way in advance.
Loved this campground. Open late into the season and only about an hour drive from the border in a big RV. Does have a pull through but the ground was uneven so we had to back into a spot to put our jacks down to open the slides.
Restrooms were clean and well stocked and have bear proof garbage bin.
This was our last stop on a trip up the ALCAN before we drove through to home in Anchorage.
Campground is small but well worth it and the view is amazing. I wish we had a kayak or canoe to explore more.