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8 RV Parks near Willow, Alaska
Jul 2018 - $36.00
This is a typical Alaskan CG since it's on gravel, but nice level sites. We stayed here while visiting the Talkeetna area. Host was very nice and worked constantly around the CG. We would stay here again. - Long Long Trailor
Jul 2017 - $40.00
We stayed here twice during our trip to Alaska. The owners are very friendly and helpful. They have full hook ups, very nice facilities and the sweetest dog to greet you when you arrive. The inside lots are gravel and right next to each other but it is always very quiet. The outside lots are more wooded. Great for big rigs. - traskinalaska17
Aug 2016 - $31.00
Not sure how previous reviewers could give this a 9 or 10. What rating would they give if you had paved roads and site pads and cable TV????
The gravel is some big and some small pieces - hard to walk on. My site was at most 18 ft. wide. They are all really back ins, but when not busy (our case) they let the center row become pull thrus. Each site is about ft long, so plenty of length. However they said when a caravan comes in they use everything as backins. - twindman
Jul 2017 - $25.00
We arrived without reservations and were given site #3 which had just been canceled by another camper. The staff/owners were very nice. I was a little worried when the quiet hours began at 11pm and this did not seem to be firm.
There was a group camp next to us. I would guess there were between 11-15 young adults in this one space. At 1 am, we couldn't take the noise (yelling, cursing, etc.) and left the campground. There were no facilities in this campground.
Most people seemed to like it for the nearby fishing. It was catch and release while we were there. This campground may be quiet in the off season. Unfortunately we arrived on a holiday weekend and it was not quiet. - traskinalaska17
Sep 2016 - $35.00
Very quiet and close to the river for fishing. Sites awkward for large rigs to maneuver in and out. - DNBrown74
Aug 2016 - $35.00
We loved the setting and the hiking as well across the highway. However, we felt like the minority as we were the only ones not fishing. The one big drawback was noise. Try to get a spot away from highway to avoid road noise. We were there on a weekend and people were racing through the campground until 11pm. - CaliKim
Jun 2015 - $15.00
These two loops have back-ins that are not suitable for large RVs and are not very level. But the park is quiet. There are no clear views of the lake from the campground [that I could find] but only from the boat launch area. Good 4G Verizon signal. No dump or fresh water. - mockturtle
Jun 2011 - $12.00
This state recreation area has recently been refurbished, and is now really nice! All the sites were wide, level, gravel back-ins, separated by grass. Each site had a picnic table and fire pit. One loop is along the river, the other loop is in the trees. Power is available at about half the sites (double the cost of dry sites). Main activity here is fishing, and there's a boat launch area. On-site management with nice staff and small convenience store. Arrive with RV tank full of water and gray & black tanks empty, as there is no water available, nor is there a dump site. We would stay here again. - JCMDT
Aug 2016 - $28.00
Fantastic campground. It's primarily used by locals to fish the Susitna and Kantishna rivers so it's quiet during the week and busier on the weekend. They don't take reservations but, again, it's quiet during the week. The sites are huge with very easy access. Electric is available in one loop and some of the sites near the river. Another loop is primitive. Campground managers are very accommodating. - Nodaker
Jun 2016 - $16.00
This is a true gem, thanks to the operators and Alaska fish and game. The cleanest pit toilets I've ever seen. And the campground is beautiful. Wonderful, caring operator. - Sherr
Jun 2011 - $16.00
This park has been recently refurbished. Wide, level, gravel sites with picnic table and fire pit in either full sun or shade. Half the sites have 30A electric available (for $30/nt). Boat launch. Nice manager and staff. Small convenience store. No water or dump available, so arrive with full water and empty holding tanks. Wish they sold fishing licenses here. Very relaxing. We would stay here again. They do take reservations - which would be necessary during the height of fishing season. - JCMDT
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We camped in a river front spot, but like so many Alaska RV parks, this is essentially a parking lot with utilities. We were traveling with our 6 year old granddaughter so she enjoyed having a "beach" right outside our door. We stopped here mainly to use the laundry, which was very nice, as was the playground. The people here are very nice, and it was fine for a quick one night stop. - Bernalillo_Girl
Jul 2018 - $40.00
We pulled in here to be able to use the facilities after dry camping for several days. As others have stated the park is River rock except for a small area. There were a lot of people launching boats from the "beach" area to fish the river. In front of the campground it is catch and release only. The river has been declared closed for king salmon this year. The owner was very pleasant. There are very few sites with sewer hook up and they are $50.00 per night. We had water and electric. The Wifi was very strong on our site. Although the bathrooms were clean we had to take cold showers when we went to use them at 7:00 pm. This is like many of the Alaska campground overpriced for what they offer. - MINomad
Jun 2017 - $40.00
Willow Creek is a typical Alaskan RV park. It is basically a rock and gravel pad next to a river with water and electric. There are a few sewer sites near the office but they always seem to be taken by long term residents. There are newer sites in the trees with grass but again just water and power. There is a dump station which several nearby parks don't even offer. The fishing is ok at times but the state regulations make the area in front of the park an on again off again affair. It closes for 3 days, opens for 3, etc. Read the regs before you fish. Weekends during salmon runs can get crazy. The infrastructure is getting a bit run down and repairs and upgrades don't seem to be getting done. Many of the electrical pedestals have outlets that are past being loose. They are scary. Water pressure can get low at peak times as well. Other than pop and a few fishing supplies don't count on finding anything to shop for. The on site deli snack bar closed years ago. The noise from the highway can get bad at times. Tame rabbits run loose around the property so dogs can get a bit frenzied. All in all it's not a bad place but for what you get it's pricey. - 3browns
Jun 2017 - $32.00
We have stayed here many times over the years. It is a quick getaway destination. The park is small but the spaces are wide and you don't feel sandwiched in. The utilities are fine and each spot has power, water, and sewer. They also have a nice fire ring at each site and wood is available at a fair price. There are trees lining the park for a bit of privacy and shade during part of the day. You are right on the Little Susitna River and you can easily bank fish right there. There is nothing fancy about the park but it is always spotless and the owners are friendly and easygoing. It is one of our favorite spots. ALL SITES ARE BACK=IN! - 3browns
May 2017 - $35.00
Nice open space next to a river. Easy in and out from the highway. Owners friendly and helpful. All back-in spaces. - DNBrown74
Aug 2012 - $20.00
Clean Campground but more a local fishing spot. High input of traffic coming in and out of campground during Salmon run not really advisable for anything longer than 36 feet but you can do it if need be. No water or dump. I think its a little high for what you get would probably pass it up next time. - monaco cruiser