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Leo L. Around Nederland. The park is dirt sites and when raining is a mess - puddles up. The mosquitoes were awful. The staff was very friendly and nice. We were in a travel trailer and spots large enough for vehicle and 36 ft. We did not get out much due to the mosquitoes and know this is not their fault. If you , are traveling thru, rt 1 to Tok Alaska a great stop is Buckshot Betty's restaurant. Yes it a large dirt lot, if you eat in the restaurant and we did for both dinner and breakfast Buckshot Betty lets you dry camp there.
Perhaps even if you don't eat there also, but the food was very good so why not If you feel the need for full service there is a campground next door, next to the police station on morning walk I did go thru thru the campground, water and electric with a dump station, I did notice there was secured wifi FYI the speed limits thru town are strictly enforced!! A dry campground as all Yukon Government campgrounds are. Sites are pretty unlevel, we tried a couple and then needed all our equipment to level out.
Excellent privacy because of all the shrubs between sites. Picnic table and fire ring are standard and free firewood to grab and split. Some sites have sun exposure, others are shaded by trees. Mostly this place is meant for smaller up to 30' rigs but one area in the middle can and did accommodate 40' motorhomes. The lake is just a short stroll from all campsites and was warm enough for a morning swim. We couldn't locate a water source. Pit toilets were available. Close to the highway, but noise was no issue. No traffic at night.
We would stay again but just for an overnight stop on the way. This is another nice Yukon Government Campground along the Alaska Highway and the last one before Alaska if you are headed north. It is near a lake but not actually on the lake, but some sites do have oblique views. About half of the sites are very unlevel and would be very hard to level an RV. It is just off of the Alaska Highway so does have some road noise, but not bad at night. As with all Yukon Government campground there is no dump. There are pit toilets. There is free firewood.
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There is a notice to boil water before use, but we could not find any water source in the campground. It is best to bring all of the water you need and plan on hauling the water out. Our Verizon phone had no signal and we could not get our Hughes Internet satellite through the trees.
This is a good overnight stop, but not a destination park. A great place to pull off the road, does have water if need be. This was the last campground we stayed at before entering Alaska. Does have cooking shelters for tents if raining. Mile post Picturesque park with some of the old equipment used to build the highway. Very friendly people. We have stayed here on many of occasions. Wide open gravel sites with trees throughout. Access was easy, the site level gravel with grass surround.
There was a picnic table and we had plenty of room. The staff was friendly and very helpful and we were guided to our site.
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Utilities were convenient, 30Amp, sewer and water. We stayed one night but would gladly return if we are in the area again. Located about 32 miles south of the community of Beaver Creek, this was a great private full hookup campground for an overnight stop. We had a pull through and were escorted to our site. They had some Yukon tents and cabins for those without their own equipment. The sites were nicely spaced with a mixture of grass and trees.
I would likely stop here again if going to or coming from Alaska. Mile We stayed here in and found it acceptable, but this time we found it very run down.