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7 RV Parks near Cooper Landing, Alaska
Jul 2018 - $46.00
Nice park next to the Princess lodge. You have access to the lodge amenities, unfortunately the lodge took out the hot tub but there are other things to do. Utilities worked well, cable signal gets weaker during the evening as more tie into it. Wifi is slow but consistent. They are starting to relevel their sites with new gravel which is good as both times we stayed the sites we had to use 2" blocks to level. - sheltieRV
Aug 2017 - $40.00
Kenai Princess RV is one of the best RV parks we've found in Alaska. It is located at a bluff above the Kenai River with full access to the Main Resort lodge and facilities. They have 2 restaurants with a deck overlooking the river. There is also have a small workout room and a jacuzzi (which was closed due to repairs when we were there). The road is gravel and you do have to make a rather tight turn at the end, but even with a very long rig we managed it. Being off the main highway is great as it is very quiet (no trains, planes or automobiles). We've been able to get Dish satellite almost everywhere in Alaska, but not here due to the trees and mountains. They supply cable TV though (about 20 channels); our reception wasn't very good at first but my husband cleaned the connectors at the post and it worked fine. The free Wifi is generally good. One of My husband's favorite features is that it is very close to fishing in the Kenai and Russian Rivers, so he went almost every day (and came home with about 40 pounds of salmon......wooohooo!). One note is that the fire rings are portable, and there are only 2, so reserve one early. We'll definitely come back. - Hands For Him
Jul 2017 - $41.00
A nice campground with fine hosts that are very helpful. Verizon hardly had any service at all. The laundry is a busy place as many community people use it. They do not have a website or direct phone number which made communication very difficult. Utilities worked just fine. - GailMOH
Jul 2013 - $35.00
The Riverside campground is ridiculous. Side by side spaces that were scarcely big enough for our motorhome and they even want to charge an extra $5 for the use of their showers. Bathrooms are not open 24 hours, so you then have to use their portapotties. We asked for our money back and they required us to pay for 2 of our 4 night reservation. At least they refunded half. To get into our site we had to drive over the firepit. There are beautiful Forest Service campgrounds a couple of miles down the road. Next time we know better. This place is a classic tourist ripoff. Website picture looks good; reality is not so pretty. - KathyAndJimB
Jul 2012 - $28.00
The sites are gravel and a good size. Many tent sites. Has indoor washroom and shower, also has several port-a-potties for night use. These were the cleanest best smelling port-a-potties I have ever seen, quite a nice surprise. Manager was very knowledgable and helpful, especially about fishing. However, access to the water front of Kenai river is very limited and due to high water, mainly inaccessible. - lymm
Jun 2012 - $35.00
Neglected; needs updating. Campsites are way too close together. No ambience of any kind. Charged for showers: the towels we were given had big holes and shredded edges. Did not feel the showers and restrooms were very clean. This would be my last choice if I ever visit this part of Alaska again. - HuskerMama
Sites: 45 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 10 Reviews
Jul 2018 - $9.00
We were so lucky to get the last remaining non-reservation system campsite available. This is a campground that a lot of Alaskans seem to use. In fact one extended family from Wasilla told me they come for 2 weeks every summer, and generally book at least 8 campsites. This was a great place for us to stage close to Anchorage to return our rental motorhome by mid-morning. The campsites are quite large and private, with some right along the shore of the Lake. I think I would make a reservation next time, particularly if timing and location we important. This is a great spot to position while either coming or going from the Kenai Peninsula. Truly a lovely campground! A nice change of pace from all the side-by-side camping we did prior to this. - Bernalillo_Girl
Jun 2018 - $9.00
Beautiful, well maintain camp ground. Paved roads and level sights. Located on Quartz creek and Kenai lake. Each site has a fire pit and a picnic table. Water spigots are located throughout the campground. There is a combination of flush toilets and pit toilets. There is a dump station across the street cost of $8.00, not included with camp site fee. Hosts are courteous, friendly, and willing to help in any way. One of the nicest camp grounds in the area and fills up fast, so reservations in advance are highly recommended. There are a couple of first come first serve sites, but go quickly. The only negative, is there are some tree branches that scrape the top of large vehicles. Highly recommended, would stay there again. - Pacatrader
Aug 2016 - $15.00
We were excited when we pulled in, as it was a pristine setting with very few other campers. The fishing looked good, although we didn't try. Loved the hiking trails. The HUGE drawback is that the volunteer cabin had their generator blasting (no muffler) all day until 11pm. We had to pack up and move sites to get peace but it didn't make a difference. We knocked on the volunteer's door to nicely ask about it. He was extremely rude, said he could care less how we felt, and he was leaving the next day so it didn't matter. - CaliKim
Jul 2018 - $9.00
Did not stay here due to size of my RV. Best for smaller then 30 ft. Very nice, heavily treed camp ground several miles off the main road. Camp ground is a bit remote, but beautiful Pit toilets and water spigots located throughout camp ground. Dump station across from CG. First come first serve. Above average. Would like to stay here. - Pacatrader
Jul 2017 - $5.00
Directions from 2015 are accurate. There are 3 loops. Lake Loop has 6 sites, 1 is handicap and USFS is now enforcing usage. Great CG, EZ access, plenty of pit toilets. We had bear visitors through the park, but no interest in humans. 44 total sites, 5 handicapped mixed in the loops. Awesome CG for boondocking. Spacious wooded sites. Would stay again. Park is patrolled by USFS and Federal Officers regularly. - Nevada Nick
Jul 2015 - $10.00
From the Sterling Highway towards Soldotna turn on Skilak Lake Road (gravel) to find Hidden Lake about 3 miles in. Nestled in the woods you will find paved and level sites in a very quiet setting. Trees between the sites, so privacy is good. Some pit toilets around and some hand water pumps. Water was murky, it's better to come with a full fresh water tank. Sites have no view of the lake but it's only a short walk no matter where you camp. Two pull thru sites, the rest is back in. A very nice campground and way less crowded than other places along the Sterling Highway. - TheSchweitzers
Jul 2017 - $9.00
Beautiful campground. Interior roads are paved and it's easy to maneuver a larger rig. The sites are quite spacious and well separated from one another. The campground is a mile off the Seward Highway but sometimes traffic noise can be heard if you're outside. Even though it's 24 miles north of Seward my wife and I decided to stay here after seeing the wretched "parking lot" places in Seward. - mtbcyclist
Jul 2011 - $18.00
Very scenic campground with mountains all around, a few sites near Kenai Lake, and a few other sites near Trail River. A number of good hiking trails are nearby. It’s a forest service campground with no hookups. There are pit toilets, they are kept very clean. - MT Pokets
Sites: 35 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 3 Reviews
Aug 2017 - $9.00
Lovely RV park with some sites by lake shore. Shade from trees but large sites. Dry camping. Site 13 is a huge long pull through. Quite a few sites would have accommodated our 40 ft motor home. - Travels42
Jun 2015 - $11.00
Dry camping. Beautiful setting. Big spots. Lots of mosquitos. Our spot was level and very nice. It had fire ring and picnic table.
Dump station and host.
It was a very nice campground and easy to park.
We enjoyed this little spot and would recommend it. - Caribouhills
May 2007 - $11.00
This is a dry campground with no hook-ups. There is a potable water place and latrine type toilets. Campsites have firepits and picnic tables. Summit Lake Lodge is near the campground. - CherGib
Aug 2016 - $40.00
The camp site is private and spacious, but the dump is a little far away from the water and electricity hookup, which makes it difficult to have a full hookup if you don't have extra long water hose or long waste dump. There was no wireless signal, and wifi was close to nothing (30 minutes to download a 3MB file). This might be perfect for folks looking for complete "cut-off", but if you need to make some calls, you need to drive 5~7 miles down to Seward to get any signal. There is only one bath and one washing machine and dryer. It would a long wait for shower and laundry. Also be aware of 2-week cancellation policy. The people there are friendly and fun to talk with. - ALBL
Aug 2016 - $35.00
This is a wonderful, little park right on the shore of Kenai Lake. Their RV sites are a short walk from the lake and are all back in sites. We had no problems leveling our coach and the power and water were both stable through our 4 day stay.
The RV sites don't have sewer hookups, but there is a convenient dump station nearby. This campground is exceptionally clean, quiet, and well cared for, and the staff is extremely helpful. The drive to Seward is about 20 minutes from the campground, through some wonderfully scenic country. - glenstmary
Aug 2015 - $35.00
This is a nice little park locate 19 miles from Seward. It is on Lake Kenai, though the RV sites are not lake front. The restrooms and showers are spotless. All the sites are back in and quite roomy. Each has a fire ring and picnic table. The owner is very helpful and very attentive. The WiFi works. He has some paddle boats for your use on the lake. It is very quiet and site are pretty level and quite large by Alaska standards. There is also a lot of grass around. The only negative is the distance from Seward. - Bud in Florida