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Camp Run-A-Muck
Hyder, Alaska
July 24-26, 2015

COMMENTS & PERSONAL OBSERVATIONS OF THE TWO RV GYPSIES. These comments do not make the campground good or bad in general.

Camp Run-A-Muck is on the left side of the street shortly after entering Hyder, Alaska from Stewart, British Columbia. Border Patrol did not stop traffic arriving into Alaska, but did stop traffic leaving Hyder back into Stewart.

When the two RV Gypsies were here in 2009, they stayed at a nice campground in Steward, just before the border. But this time they decided to stay at Camp Run-A-Muck in Hyder, Alaska. The Steward campground was a lot nicer in the opinion of the two RV Gypsies.

Camp Run-A-Muck is only 3 miles from the US Forest Service Bear Viewing Bridge and 22 miles from Salmon Glacier. It was the only campground in Hyder.

Camp Run-A-Muck lists U.S. TV Reception as an amenity. They technically were not lying, but only ONE TV station came in. It also listed free Wi-Fi and gave the two RV Gypsies a code, but it did not connect to the internet at all.

The two RV Gypsies got a pull-thru 30 amp full-hook-up site. The road and sites were gravel/dirt combination, nothing special. (see photos below). Other amenities were: laundromat, free firewood, secure 24-hour host, shuttle service, fishing and bear viewing information, book exchange. There were 65 sites total, 52 of which are pull-thru sites. If the two RV Gypsies used their cell phones it would be considered roaming charges at $1 a minute. They did not even check to see if their cell phones worked.

arriving at Camp Run-A-Muck
Camp Run-A-Muck office
temperature in C and F
Camp Run-A-Muck sign

Below: A rotating tin man hanging outside of the campground office.

A rotating tin man
A rotating tin man

The Laundromat - which the two RV Gypsies did not use.

The Laundromat

The RV of the two RV Gypsies' at Camp Run-A-Muck, and the view from the front of the two RV Gypsies' RV The two RV Gypsies hoped they would not put any RV or tent there later, but they did.

the RV of the two RV Gypsies
view in the campground
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