There is an open air museum highlighting the history of the area, a geocache on site, and nightly live music and pancake toss. The pancake toss is a big hit and if you win, you will enjoy a FREE breakfast the next morning. We were lucky and two of the four of us won the toss, so we partook in the breakfast. This is not to be missed! We each devoured an excellent plate of sourdough pancakes and reindeer sausage in the tiny, but charming cafe. This breakfast was so tasty, we thought about altering our itinerary on the way out of Alaska to enjoy a stay and meal here again. Dinner is served here as well. The park has a nicely appointed gift and RV supplies store where you can find what you need. Also popular here is the inexpensive RV wash to maintain your rig's appearance after a long trek North on dusty roads. My only complaint with this park is the small laundry facilities. There are only a couple washers and dryers, so competition for laundry can be fierce!
Best Sites: F1-F19
Worst Sites: A1-A10, E13, B2-B6, C8, D11
Hookups: Electric, Water & Sewer
Potable Water: Yes
Dump Within Facility: Yes