Denali Riverside RV Park

Address: Milepost 240, George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska, 99755, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on Milepost 240, George Parks Hwy, Denali National Park and Preserve, is near Husky Homestead and Black Diamond Resort Company.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Riverside RV Park Denali National Park and Preserve

Reviewed by pyoots

Rv park

Reviewed Jul 10, 2011
by (16 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

Good serv ice and good park

This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

TripAdvisor Reviews Denali Riverside RV Park Denali National Park and Preserve

1.50 of 5 stars Poor
 

Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali National Park

A travel blog entry by normdi on Jun 28, 2013

4 comments, 2 photos

... send photo of was frozen just 5 weeks ago. Unbelievable with temperatures now high 70s. Such extremes to hear it varies 100 degrees farenheight from winter to summer with minus 40 in winter. You see a lot of vehicles with plugs hanging out below radiator that they are able to plug in in the winter. We are having 5am brekkie and away on ...

Denali National Park

A travel blog entry by siyaya on Jul 01, 2012

3 comments, 7 photos

... at Homer, on the Kenai Peninsula for 1 night. We then went back to Seward, in the rain, to meet up with Andy's brother and family. It was very basic camping - cheek to jowl with half of America... 2 toilets/2 showers...For about 3 large campsites. The RV's have their own facilities but still! .... The awful weather didnt seem to bother our fellow campers... They all sat outside in the drizzle around their campfires on the seashore and chatted to everyone... Not ...

Day 38

A travel blog entry by paul-linda on Jul 24, 2010

4 photos

... along at a slower pace than that. The rangers figure out how much load there is to carry on the sled and divide it by 50. That is how many dogs they hitch up. They can each carry more than their weight but they take pains not to overload them. There is a hiking bridge being built where there are no roads so the building materials had to be carried in by the dogs. Some of the logs weigh 1000 lbs so they hitched up ...