Denali Rainbow Village RV Park advertises itself as the closest RV park to Denali National Park. They are correct. I was hesitant to go here because on Trip Advisor, it gets some tough reviews. But, it was the only place open for the Denali Road Lottery, and with the temps forecast below freezing, we wanted power for heat and stuff. We pulled in to the site, and it was within two Lynx blocks of level, which isn't all that level for a commercial CG. The whole area is essentially a gravel lot, but honestly, that's about what campgrounds are in Alaska. They had 15, 30 and 50 amp service, water, sewer and CATV at each site. Each site had a picnic table and a fire ring, which was nice. The bathrooms were functional, and pretty clean, but short on heat. The showers are run by token, and I simply passed for our weekend trip. At least they were still open though. The lot is situated behind a strip mall. Some of the sites back right in to the back of the building. So, it's not very picturesque. But, surprisingly it was quiet at night. Of course, we're deep into the shoulder season, but still, for the lottery, it was quiet. The folks in the office were friendly. Full sites were $44.50/night. I wish at that rate the showers were included, but it is a huge tourist area. What I noticed is in areas that attract Class A homes, they usually charge a fee for showers to encourage the Class A'ers to use their own showers versus showers on site. All in all, it was okay for a place to sleep for a couple of nights. I don't know if I would go there if other places were open, but they were it the weekend we went.