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2 RV Parks near Wrangell, Alaska
Jun 2014 - $30.00
This park is difficult to find. The office is in the Stikine Inn in downtown, but the park is about 1.5 miles south. Wrangell is a small town, and no one uses addresses, as everyone knows where everything is. Even the park manager had a difficult time telling us how to get there. We finally had a police officer lead us to the park. It is at the corner of Zimovia Highway and Berger Street. Find it on Google maps before you arrive. Park is very basic, but with good wifi. There are only 7 sites, and one of those is difficult to get into. No bathroom facilities at this park. - RCH
Aug 2012 - $25.00
For a full hook up RV park with 30 amp electric service, an easy walk to downtown, a laundromat, and public showers, this is the only place to stay! There are 5 level, hard gravel sites in a clean, residential setting, with a friendly camp host, and Wi-Fi at a modest price. - ralphbenoliel
Aug 2010 - $32.00
This is not an RV park. It is a shale driveway. The property is littered with garbage cans and boat parts. Truck containers line the rear of the property. The writeup delivered to your email is a tribute to creative writers everywhere. Neither the owners or "guides" are ever around. We paid online for reservations and never once saw anyone. The restrooms/showers are at the laundromat in town so if you aren't self contained you're going to be in trouble. Wi-Fi might be available if you were able to find someone to give you the password. This place is terrible. If I could give this "park" less than a "1" rating I would. - KKimberly
May 2013 - $25.00
Nice, quiet spot in the trees, through which the water is visible and the eagles were flying, made for a pleasant stay. Ranger (a city employee) stopped by our first morning to deliver a very informative welcome packet! Gravel roads and sites, some reasonably smooth and level, others not so much. Convenient water and electric hookups; no sewer, but free dump station just down the road at Heritage Harbor. Rest rooms are a bit of a hike and not particularly appealing. No showers at the campground, but campers can use the excellent rec center facility (including pool) for no additional charge. No Wi-Fi and cell phone coverage is spotty. - DaveInOhio