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Decent place to spend the night by the lake with a couple fire rings. Free, quiet (depending on quarry). Good for small and medium (<20-23') rigs. 4x2 does fine. Fisherman may come in the morning to get in the lake / river but won't bitter you. Spot for kayaking, canoeing and fishing as well. AT&T coverage for mobile and LTE.
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Nice lake views, hunters and fishermen come early.
Stayed one night.
Contrary to what others have said, we had no cell phone reception unless we were standing right on the edge of the lake.
Peaceful and beautiful.Report Check-In
We stayed here a night in the little area to the right, it was nice but there was a black bear that kept coming by every 20 minutes. He walked about 3 feet from our tent at one pointReport Check-In
Nice spot with easy access close to the lake. There are many sites available but only 1-2 with lake view.
We could hear a bit the highway noise, but nothing too loud.
Nice spot just off the road. There’s a large area to the left when you first drive in. If you keep going there is and area to the right and a small loop by the lake.
We heard some noise of the road and the quarry but it’s not too bad.
We did have three separate cars come in and stop for a while, which was a little odd because we stayed in the small spot to the right.
Beautiful surroundings but lots of mosquitos. Lots of room for different size rigs. From talking to the locals, this valley leading up to Whittier gets quite a bit of rain.Report Check-In
all alone surrounded by kakes and montains. very nice bike trail close byReport Check-In
2 stars. Att coverage is spotty. Watch for pallet fire rusty nail mayhem. Industry standard.Report Check-In
There’s a bit of road noise when your sitting outside and construction currently. Decent-ish spot to stay for the night though along a road trip. Added a few photos.Report Check-In
Portage Glacier can be seen from the campground. Very pretty and quiet. Lots of big spots for big rv’s.Report Check-In
Few spots just beside the lake, and some on a old parking between the trees. Lovely lake with salmons and trouts. No amenities. Pretty quiet, and beautiful scenery.Report Check-In
A few nice sites,one right on the lake. One bar of AT&T. The highway is close by.Report Check-In
Good to find this spot free as plenty of traffic on the road. Second entrance to the road is currently closed due to quarry activity. 3 others parked here for the night. Very noisy overnight from quarry machines working all night and trucks going in and out. Highway traffic also sounded very close.Report Check-In
There is a quarry close to here so if they are working (like they were last night) it’s close enough to here the trucks backing up, not to mention the rocks crashing down. I didn’t mind but it kept some of the group up. Other than that great spot!Report Check-In
There is 3 different spots some right next to small lake. Quiet but we can ear the road and some truck dumping gravel further probably road construction? There is also a big parking area near the road.Report Check-In
Some places with view to the lake\ mountains, some without. Fishing can be done without special license, locals tell us. We enjoyed one quiet night here. Spots nearby did not fit so much for us...Report Check-In
there are three campsites between 2 lakes fire ring at the one I stayed at, plenty of room for an RV. sites are set back from the road about 100ish yards. no facilitiesReport Check-In
Perfectly fine place to spend one nuit or more near lakes. Not totally quiet because of the road nearby but still an excellent site for free and very easily accessible to allReport Check-In
We stayed off the Portage road about 1 Miles from the Seward Highway. This little space if off to the right going toward Whittier. There was several different spots. Some closer to a stream and others not. Quite a bit of space. Some areas not big rig friendly; but these are some good spots. We parked closer to the Portage road and had good sunlight-for our solar panels. We stayed 5 nights.Report Check-In
Not quiet at all. Better than the next place up the road, but big vans drive up and down the road all night, at least one van per minute! I was bored from not sleeping and I counted!Report Check-In
Decent place to spend the night by the lake with a couple fire rings. Free, quiet. Good for small and medium (<20-23') rigs. 4x2 does fine. Fisherman may come in the morning to get in the lake / river but won't bitter you. Spot for kayaking, canoeing and fishing as well. AT&T coverage for mobile and LTE.Report Check-In