Located in Cooper Landing, Alaska. It's only minutes away from the Russian River. This private campground markets itself as a full hookup site with full services. I beg to differ. It is, unfortunately, typical of Alaskan RV Parks - a gravel, somewhat level, pad with railroad ties denoting the grid into which you back into. It's essentially a parking lot. The spots have no tables at them, no grill, no fire pit/ring... it's a gravel lot. There are a few picnic tables around the edge some of the heartier folks dragged beside their spots, and the same with grills. I don't know if it was okay, but many folks collected large rocks and made a fire ring and had a fire in their parking spot. Okay, I can dig that, it's Alaska. I've camped at these kinds of places before, but normally for about $10-$15 a night. This place charged $39 a night. But to top it off, the bathrooms are only open from 7am - 9pm. After that, it's porta-potties. I don't care, but DW and DD do not DO porta-poties. Outhouses, sure, but not porta-poties. So, that was problematic. The main lodge/desk was fairly helpful. They have coffee on in the morning for CG guests. I guess my biggest problem was how tight it was and how all the amenities were so limited. Most places close at night, but at least the bathroom has a combo lock or something. With the Russian River USFS CG just down the road, I would not stay here again. The Russian River CG was full that week, so we moved down here. Scratch that one off the list.