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
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Good serv ice and good park

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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

Staying at the Bates Motel

A travel blog entry by robert.s.baron on Aug 12, 2012

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... mentioned that the rooms were refurbished and were quite a surprise. If we didn't already pay for the two nights (non refundable) we would have passed this little jewel up. From the outside, it just looked like it screamed hee bee gee bee. One should be leary anytime you can park your car 3 feet from the front door.

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Moving on to Healy, Alaska

A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Aug 08, 2010

... no Internet service so I have to use my Verizon wireless service. As usual, the service is terrible. Speedtest.net shows ping times of up to 2,327 milliseconds, download speeds of 0.03 Mb/sec. and upload speeds of 0.01 Mb/sec. I don't know how they can get away with calling something less than half the speed of dial-up service ...

Rafting the Nenana and climbing Mt. Healy

A travel blog entry by vwinans on Aug 29, 2009

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... 8217;s, but we avoided going through those sides of the river. Thank you Lisa!

Since rafting the Nenana was not enough excitement for one day, Natalie, Dan and Val decide to try climbing Mt. Healy. There is a trail that takes you to the top of one of the ridges. Up and up they go, pausing along the way to catch their breath. The higher they get the more dynamic the views. They watched the train pull out of McKinley Station and visually followed it along ...