Google maps and Glacier Nalu Campgroung Resort's website allowed me to make the best choice for me regarding camping. I was a solo camper and I needed safety and comfort. The location is ideal to hike the West Glacier Trailhead, only five minutes away. The Ferry terminal is also five minutes away ( Haines, Skagway )
My rating would be 5 for short-term guests and 3 for long-term guests. The campground is in a great location near the glacier and not far from the ferry terminal. About 20-25 minutes to downtown. Friendly staff. Well-kept grounds. Utilities work great. Several nice areas to just hang out. The reason I give 3 for long-term guests mostly revolves around their punitive fine for owning a washing machine. I was fined $40 per month just for owning a washing machine. As a single RVer, I use half of the water that a couple would use. Even adding in the 35 or so gallons to do laundry once a week, I would still use significantly LESS than a couple without a washing machine. Yet I had to pay significantly more. My pleas for logic fell on deaf ears. There are also a few annoyances for long-term guests. The park refuses to allow mail to be forwarded to the park. They expect guests to mow weeds. They also send out nastygrams if you exceed the 5mph speed limit by one. But again, short-term guests should enjoy their stay.…
We spent 8 weeks in Alaska and stayed in a lot of full hook up rv parks. Ths one was the best of all of them. Everything worked as advertised. The park has many amenities they dont talk about you won't be disappointed.
We came here on our trip north to stay for 3 days and it was really worth it. The ladies in the office are so friendly and helpful. The amenities are awesome, everything clean and decorated with love and devotion to pamper the guests and make them feel comfy. There is even a TV in the laundry room. Great job in managing this place, very recommendable!!
We arrived in Juneau on a Saturday evening with reservations to stay at another RV Park, which didn't work out. At 9:15pm, I spoke with Linda at Spruce Meadow RV Park and she said "come on over." So we arrived around 9:30pm and Corrine was there to meet us, check us in, give us all kinds of great information, and guide us to our site and help us get backed in and hooked up (in the rain). Wonderful, amazing customer service. We were so thankful for their help and for providing such a great RV park - clean, great washrooms and laundry, nice sites, and extra amenities such as shelters for tenters and outdoor eating. Close to Mendenhall Glacier, an easy drive to Juneau, and close to shopping. We would stay here again, no doubt. Highly recommend it.