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By the sea and an abandoned barge. Free. Amazing 360% views. This is where a tsunami wiped out Valdez in 1964. The city is now 5kms away. If in Valdez you must take the lulu belle boat glacier tour! Our best experience
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Have stayed here multiple nights... have had the police roll by us here... I think it is the best spot in the area... might just be the luck of the draw...Report Check-In
Camping is not allowed here anymore. I had heard you were not allowed to anymore, but did not see any signs and saw fire pits. However at 8pm a city official came by to notify me I could not stay overnight.Report Check-In
Beautiful setting. We stayed two nights (leaving during the day). First night extremely quiet & second night there was generator noise from a construction barge offshore. Best view in town!Report Check-In
nice place but we can not stay overnight! 9 pm came a police-officer and said: we can not stay for camping, wildcamping is not allowed in this city area, we can go to Glacier View area and we can stay there for overnightReport Check-In
Yes awesome, even on saturday evening. Beautiful view on Valdez.
Same motorhome, different owner :p