What can you expect at this campground? This is a seasonal campground that's open from May 15th until September 15th. There are 162 total RV Sites with about 127 pull-thru sites. Of those sites, 103 are full hook-up and 47 are partials. There are cabin units available for rental, too. There's a pay phone, group facilities, laundry, gift shops, restrooms, showers, and propane. There's even wireless internet available at the campground.
So, what's the best part about this campground? Your pup is welcome to join you for no extra fee. That means that you and your doggo can explore the Alaska wilderness all day together before coming home to your RV or tent in a safe, comfortable environment.
There are a few rules about having your dog in the wilds of Alaska that you'll have to abide by. At the campground, keep your dog leashed at all times. Make sure that your pup isn't wandering off by themselves, is always on a leash, and never is left alone. This is partly about keeping your dog polite and in line, but also about your dog's safety. In Alaska, there are bears, coyotes, moose, and other wild animals that could potentially hurt your dog! Always ensure that you clean up after your dog in order to keep the area clean and the entire campground safe from wildlife.