Spending the week here. The campground is about 75% occupied. Lots of active duty on the move. But there were no appearance of homesteading. Prices went up a little this year to $33 for a FHU site (high, but better than off base). We got lucky, as there were quite a few sites where the electric wasn't operational, but still had water and sewer. A truck hit a power station and knocked the electric out. They let us have one of those sites for $12 a night (we have lots of solar). Laundry isn't free anymore, but only a $1 (much better than off base). Very nice and large commissary and exchange. The volunteer camp host doesn't do much, other than answer questions. The hosts don't maintain the facilities or collect fees. The facilities do need some maintenance, especially trimming the bushes and trees in the sites and along the road. They don't know how soon the electric will be restored to those closed sites. Overall, a nice campground with lots to see and do in the Anchorage area.
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