Spruce Meadows RV Park, Juneau 6/25/2009

The Mother and Daughter who run the campground are real Alaskans. If you need anything, they will help.

Their campground facilities are exceptionally clean and well cared for. The campsites are well spaced out and many are nestled in the woods. Tent campers may find a canopy over their tents or other shelters made available to them during the rain.

Coffee is available in Laudry/TV area. In the morning, first camper up hits the coffee start button. In the office, there is a DVD library where campers can borrow movies.

Whatever you need to know, ask and they will get the answers for you.

Their rates are reasonable (Full hookups $32 – we paid $30 since they will give you $2 off if you donate to food panty)

The owners are happy, cheerful people who actually care about their customers.

Our last day in Juneau was a little on the chilly side, so we cancelled our planned kayak paddle among the icebergs at Mendenhall Lake. We dropped Kim off for her return to San Francisco via Seattle where she will be visiting a few friends. He left on 4:40 PM Ferry to Haines. Fred had to back into his spot on car deck once again. At Haines, he will be able to pull forward around whole car deck before exiting the ferry.

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