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Share it on Facebook Share it on Twitter. Please select a photo to upload Note: Women's shower was either scalding or cold. This place has not been cleaned in years, if ever. The rules limit the number of vehicles in each site. Several sites had vehicles in them and looked like they were not in running order. It's really sad that this campground is in such poor condition. I wouldn't recommend staying here. The Park has the potential to be good as the sites are spacious and reasonably well separated from others.
The big turnoff are the showers and bathrooms. Since our almost two years of full timing, these takes the distinction of being the worst we have seen. The showers had scum on the walls and they seem to have not been cleaned or repaired since they were built. Also, some homeless tents in the area. Only one of the three washers in the laundry room was working. Do not stay here if you plan to use the facilities.
Tanana has really gone downhill since we stayed here in Showers and restrooms look like they haven't cleaned since then! We would not use either of them. When our power dropped to , I metered several other sites and the highest reading I found was at the site next to the main drop from the overhead! Rather than risk damage to our electrical components we moved on.
Lots of standing water throughout the sites and roads. Trees haven't been trimmed in a couple of years and have grown into the roads. The sites closest to the fairgrounds have tents occupied by homeless individuals that walk through the camp at various times of the day and night. There is very good shade and the park was quiet at night. Now this is an awesome place with friendly people. We would stay again. Unfortunately, this very good campground is closed to all but seasonal campers. If you pay that price for this park you are insane.
The Wi-FI is so weak it is useless.
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No cable TV, no satellite TV, no 50amp, weak 30 amp that kicks breaker all the time. The park has a dirt road running by it; some site's are 10 feet from that road; it is very dusty. Only one person stayed a month the owner would not let him have a site because he had a tent so she put him near a mosquito hole behind some of the buildings on the property. The park is not open until around May 15 for full hook up; until then you only have power. Owner has an RV rental company on site so the campground is very old and run down and basically closed to the public.
Sites are wooded and very nice. This campground is at the intersection of two busy streets near the Fairbanks Airport, so you get a lot of street noise and planes flying overhead. There also appear to be people living in tents. I didn't think much of it but we came back two weeks later and the same people are still here and there are quite a few living in the sites and laundry hanging on lines.
Also children screaming during the night; it appeared to be the same child each time we were here. It's a decent stopover to get laundry done and use the internet on our phones to take care of business, but if we're ever in the area again I would look elsewhere. Nice state park in downtown Fairbanks. Sites were good sized and clean. Convenient to amenities in city. Some road noise, but not too bad. We will stay here again. The entrance is no longer on University, it's been moved around the corner to Geraghty Av, The park was closed, but in the process of getting things hooked up when we drove in.
The happy host went out of his way to make sure we had water and electricity. It was just turned on. There was snow everywhere and the dump station was frozen up. We were the first RV campers of Nice and quiet in a forest. You would not suspect it's in the middle of the city. There were caribou or moose droppings all through the camp. We stayed two nights. You come here for the hot springs.
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Park is not much and this rainy year had lots of potholes and mud. But, you are here for the hot springs. The dump station is a bit tough for larger rigs I ended up blocking the road. This hot springs resort and campground is about 60 miles outside of the town of Fairbanks on a good by Alaska standards paved road. The reason for going to this campground is to partake of the hot springs and associated activities.
There is an indoor pool and two indoor hot tubs and a great outdoor hot pool for adults only. There is also an ice carving museum that is well worth seeing. The campground has no hookups, but there is fresh water for filling tanks and a dump station. Some of the sites are in or near a parking lot area; others are a little further away in a wooded area.
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The turns are too tight and there is vegetation on the sides that can be difficult to navigate. Our Verizon cell phone worked well here, but the Verizon MiFi worked very, very marginally. There is no public WiFi at the resort. We loved this campground because of the hot springs and because it was nice and quiet at night.
We would definitely visit here again.
Quiet park with gravel filled sites in semi-secluded, shady locations. Although low on the amenities, like electricity and flushing toilets, it's well maintained. There is a community hand pump for potable water and individual fire pits at each campsite. We didn't see any designated areas where pets should do their business, but you are required to pick up after them. Hiking and fishing are the main attractions. Agree with the previous review.
This is another great Alaska State Park. Site was big, neat, level and a nice grassy section. There was a host present. Vault toilets were clean.
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There were only three other sites taken during the week so it was quiet. We stayed three nights. Don't miss the hot springs and the road along the way has lots of moose. This is a wonderful campground not far from Fairbanks on the road to Chena Hot Springs. Sights are very large and well-maintained. Grass is mowed around the sites making the sites seem even larger than they are.
There is space for even large motor homes. There is a campground host on site. All sites have plenty of shade and sun. There is well-water available in the campground. Signs suggest you may want to boil your water if you stay here. We would definitely camp here again if in the area.
Nice wooded state park with level gravel pads.
Good distance between the sites with foliage providing privacy. Nicely equipped fire pit and picnic table.