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West Fork Campground (BLM), AK

West Fork Campground is perfect for travelers looking for a quiet and relaxing RV campground. It's surrounded by the Alaskan wilderness, close to the border with Canada’s Yukon Territory. Chicken is the closest town to West Fork Campground, and other nearby cities are Book an RV in Southeast Fairbanks, and you can set up your basecamp at West Fork Campground.

This park is easy to access from Taylor Highway, but it might be closed in the wintertime. There are numerous rivers, creeks, and ponds near the park where you can go fishing. Several natural parks are just a short drive away, and there are many …

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Location info

Taylor Highway, Chicken, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Hunting, Paddling, Photography

Eagle Campground, AK

This campground has 18 sites and several outhouses within walking distance of historic Fort Egbert and the village of Eagle.
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Old Camp Road, Eagle, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Photography, Auto touring

Five-mile campground, AK

Five Mile Campground is 4 miles north of the Yukon River. It is has a the only dump station along the Dalton Highway and it is free to the public.
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Dalton Highway, AK

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Arctic Circle campground, AK

Follow the side road a short distance to the Arctic Circle sign and viewing deck with interpretive displays. Enjoy your lunch in the picnic area or drive up the hill to camp at the campgrpound offering 7 campsites.
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AK

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Marion Creek Campground, AK

Marion Creek, five miles north of Coldfoot, is a developed campground with potable water (hand pump), both pull-through and tent-only sites, and a Campground Host available from late May to early September.
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Marion Creek Campground, Fairbanks, AK

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Galbraith Lake campground, AK

This is all that remains of a large glacial lake that once occupied the entire Atigun Valley. Just downstream from the bridge is the spectacular Atigun Gorge and the western boundary of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. Follow the turnoff 4 miles (6.4 km) to the BLM campground which has 30 camp sites.
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Galbraith Airport Road, AK

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Tangle Lakes Campground, AK

Tangle Lakes Campground, located at MP 21.5 of the north side of the Denali Highway, is situated within the Delta Wild and Scenic River corridor and the Tangle Lakes Archaeological District boundary where over 10,000 years of human use have been documented.

The campground provides 45 accessible campsites and 4 walk-in sites and is equipped with water pumps, toilets and a boat launch.

Fees: $12/night for regular, $6/night for walk-in site.

The campground rests amid a series of long, narrow lakes known as the Tangle Lakes that are connected by the Tangle River and form the headwaters of the Delta River. The boat launch provides access to the lakes and is also the designated put-in for the popular 30-mile …

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Paxson, AK

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Paddling, Photography, Winter sports, Day use area

Paxson Lake Campground, AK

Paxson Lake Campground is located at MP 175 of the Richardson Highway near the shore of Paxson Lake. The campground has 50 camp sites, including 2 accessible sites and 10 walk-in sites. All campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis and have access to water, picnic tables, fire rings, and restrooms.

Fees: $12/night for regular, $6/night for walk-in site.

The campground's boat launch is the starting point for those floating the main branch of the Gulkana Wild and Scenic River. Located in the 1st loop of Paxson Campground is a foot trail shore access to the lake and boat mooring area.

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Location info

Paxson, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Paddling, Photography, Winter sports, Day use area

Sourdough Creek Campground, AK

Sourdough Creek Campground is located at MP 147.5 of the Richardson Highway near the shores of the Gulkana River. The campground has 42 camp sites, including 4 accessible and 2 walk-in sites. All campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis.

The campground is equipped with restrooms, water, picnic tables, and fire rings.

Campers may also enjoy a short hike along the Sourdough Creek Interpretive Trail within the campground.

Fees: $12/night for regular, $6/night for walk-in site.

The boat launch area is the take-out for float trips on the Gulkana Wild and Scenic River and provides river access to both motorized boaters and floaters.

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Location info

Richardson Highway, Gakona, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Picnicking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Paddling, Photography, Winter sports, Day use area

Signal Creek Campground, AK

Overview

Signal Creek Campground is a year-round facility located in the Ward Lake Recreation Area, 7 miles north of downtown Ketchikan and about 4 miles north of the State ferry terminal. The campground straddles Signal Creek and lies on the banks of Ward Lake, with easy access to fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing.

Recreation

Hiking is a popular option, as the Ward Lake Recreation Area boasts seven trails. The Ward Lake Nature Travel meanders 1.3 miles around the lake.

A large day-use complex with picnic sites and shelters is also available. Freshwater fishing, canoeing, kayaking, wildlife viewing and scenery are favorite draws at Ward Lake.

Facilities

Signal Creek Campground's sites can accommodate up to 10 people. Each campsite contains a …
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Location info

Ward Lake Road North, Ketchikan, AK

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Russian River Campground, AK

Overview

Russian River Campground is perched between the Russian and Kenai Rivers in south-central Alaska. It lies within driving distance of two main population centers, 110 miles south of Anchorage and 40 miles east of Soldotna, surrounded by the Chugach National Forest and the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.

Each year, this area is visited by over 100,000 people who recreate at the Russian River Campground, Ferry Access Site, Sportsman's Boat Launch, Russian Lakes Trail and K'beq Site. Hiking, biking and fishing are popular pastimes.

Recreation

The Russian River is the most popular sockeye salmon stream in Alaska and a top-rated spot for rainbow trout. Retention of sockeye salmon is legal from June 11th to August 20th. Silver salmon can be …
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Location info

Russian River Campground Road, Cooper Landing, AK

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Biking

Williwaw Campground, AK

Overview

Williwaw Campground, an idyllic area, sits beside Williwaw Creek near the town of Girdwood, Alaska. The campground boasts prime fishing, hiking and wildlife watching all within the Portage Valley.

Next to the campground is the Williwaw Salmon Viewing Area, a top-notch spot for salmon viewing. In August, visitors can see these fish spawning in impressive numbers through the translucent waters.

The area is a great place to view numerous glaciated valleys and the Portage Glacier. Over the past 80 years, the glacier calved large icebergs into Portage Lake, located just east of the campground.

Recreation

Wildlife viewing includes moose, brown and black bears, mountain goats, lynx, bald eagles and wolves.

The Williwaw Nature Trail can be reached from the …
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Location info

Portage Glacier Road, Anchorage, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Biking

Last Chance Campground, AK

Overview

Last Chance Campground is located in the Ward Lake Recreation Area, 9 miles north of downtown Ketchikan and about 4 miles north of the State ferry terminal. This campground straddles Last Chance Creek and lies next to Ward Creek with easy access to fishing, hiking and wildlife viewing.

Recreation

Hiking is a popular option, as the Ward Lake Recreation Area boasts seven trails. The Ward Lake Nature Trail meanders 1.3 miles around the lake. A large day-use complex with picnic sites and shelters is also available. Freshwater fishing, wildlife viewing and scenery are favorite draws at Ward Lake.

Facilities

Last Chance Campground is designated to be fully accessible. Each campsite contains a picnic table, a campfire ring with grill …
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Location info

Ward Creek Salvage Road, Ketchikan, AK

Amenities

Historic & cultural site, Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Swimming site

Homer / Baycrest KOA, AK

In the last great frontier of America, in vast expanses of Alaska, you can rent an RV near Homer/Baycrest KOA to experience the action-packed area. This peaceful retreat is found outside of Anchorage, the state’s largest city, Homer/Baycrest KOA is a desirable place to serve as a home base, sitting comfortably on Sterling Highway, the area’s main road. Only …

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Willow Creek Campground, AK

If you are looking for an amazing RV campground surrounded by the wilderness of Alaska, look no further than Willow Creek Campground. On the banks of Willow and Susitna rivers, some of the campsites even have a beachfront view overlooking the stunning landscape. One of the closest towns is Willow, here you can do some basic shopping, but if you want to visit restaurants or do some bigger shopping, you can visit towns of Anchorage is the biggest city in the area, and it takes about a 90-minute drive to get there when you're RV camping at Willow Creek Campground.

Hiking trails and the Willow Creek Recreational Area …

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Homer Spit Campground, AK

Anchorage and is the very last stop on the Sterling Highway, which terminates at a massive sand bar known as the Homer Spit. Stretching for almost five miles into the Kachemak Bay, the Spit is the beating heart of Homer. This is where the fishing boats dock and unload each day, and it’s also where many of the town’s bars are, giving those same anglers a place to boast about the day’s catch.

Homer Spit Campground sits at the tip …

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Montana Creek Campground, AK

About halfway between Denali State Park, and the massive Denali National Park, Montana Creek Campground is the ideal place for camping with an RV. Montana Creek Campground offers a wide variety of possible campsites for your rental RV. Some sites include electrical hookups, and most have great views of Montana Creek. Many of the campsites allow for pull-through parking too, which is fantastic if you’ve got a lengthy motorhome rental.

What makes Montana Creek Campground so great though is the plethora of outdoor activities that are just a short drive away. There’s a paved walking trail running along the George Parks Highway and over Montana Creek, which is a superb choice for running or taking a short …

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Centennial Campground, AK

If you are seeking a short-stay RV park while exploring the wilderness of The Last Frontier, Centennial Campground might be just what you're looking for. This RV campground is located right next to Glenn Highway in the city of Book an …

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All Seasons Campground, AK

Exploring the untamed nature of Alaska is a dream for many outdoor enthusiasts, and when you opt to go camping at All Seasons Campground, you will be able to make this dream come true in one of its most scenic regions – the Kenai Peninsula. Close to the shores of Cook Inlet, it features a large barbecue where you can enjoy a cookout with your friends and family. This pet-friendly campground also has a laundry room on-site, so you don’t have to worry about doing the laundry if you decide to stay for a while.

The first thing for every camper to do is to find the spot for their rental RV, and this campground offers full-hookup sites with 30 …

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King For a Day Campground, AK

So many visitors to Alaska come to explore the Anchorage area, Denali National Park, and the Kenai Peninsula. But Alaska is a massive state, and getting off the main tourist trail can be a highly rewarding experience, especially when you have the freedom that comes with camping with an RV.

King for a Day Campground sits on the banks of the stunningly beautiful Klutina River and has something for every type of camper. It’s just off the Richardson Highway, which runs along the western border of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. It’s a place that few tourists reach and is an ideal location for those desiring a quieter experience with their RV rental.

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