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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

Trail River Campground, AK

Overview

Trail River Campground, set between the Trail River and Kenai Lake, provides lake, river and snow-capped mountain scenery among the hemlock and spruce forests of the Chugach National Forest. It lies within driving distance of two main tourism destinations; 24 miles north of Seward and 40 miles east of Cooper Landing, AK.

Miles of hiking and biking trails weave throughout the area. Moose, brown and black bear, sheep and goats can be found across a large parts of the forest. Kenai Lake marks the headwaters of the Kenai River. The campground is situated on the Eastern Kenai Peninsula at elevation 450 feet.

Recreation

The Day Use Site at Trail River Campground provides beach access to Kenai Lake. Many people …
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Location info

Tri River Campground Road, Moose Pass, AK

Amenities

Hiking, Boating, Camping, Fishing

Ptarmigan Creek, AK

Overview

Ptarmigan Creek is a small, peaceful campground with incredible views of the Chugach Mountains. Nestled beside Ptarmigan Creek and a short walk from Kenai Lake, the campground creates an ideal location for avid wildlife enthusiasts, hikers and anglers.

Miles of hiking and biking trails weave throughout the area, and moose, brown and black bear, sheep and goats can be found across a large part of the forest.

Recreation

From late August to early September campers can view red salmon spawning in the creek from Ptarmigan Creek's fish viewing platform.

Fishing is a popular pastime, and Dolly Varden and rainbow trout are frequent catches.

The Ptarmigan Lake Trail takes hikers along the shore of the turquoise lake and inclines up …
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Location info

Rock Ptarmigan Road, Moose Pass, AK

Amenities

Hiking, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Cooper Creek South Campground, AK

Overview

Located along Cooper Creek and the Kenai River, Cooper Creek South Campground presents a beautiful wooded area with sweeping mountain views within close proximity to many recreational opportunities.

Recreation

Sockeye (Red) salmon fishing is a popular activity on the nearby Kenai and Russian Rivers, and both boat and bank fishing offer excellent catches. The nearby Resurrection Pass Trail takes hikers and bikers on a 38-mile scenic adventure that climbs from 500 to 2,600 feet.

Facilities

Cooper Creek South offers about 20 campsites available for advanced reservation. Amenities include drinking water, vault toilets, picnic tables, campfire rings and dumpsters. Parking aprons are gravel and parking is limited. A dump station is available for a fee at nearby Quartz Creek Campground. …
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Location info

Sterling Highway, Cooper Landing, AK

Amenities

Boating, Camping, Fishing, Wildlife viewing

Quartz Creek Campground, AK

Overview

Quartz Creek Campground is tucked between Kenai Lake and Quartz Creek in Cooper Landing, Alaska.

Boating, hiking, nature-viewing and fishing are popular pastimes at this family-friendly campground, where most campsites offer sweeping views of the lake. At an elevation of 500 feet, the campground is relatively flat with small spruce trees dotting the area.

Recreation

Kenai Lake is the third largest lake in the Kenai Peninsula. It is over 20 miles long and 500 ft. deep. It boasts about 14,000 acres of water as well as one island the three remote campsites at Ship Creek, Meadow Creek and Porcupine Island. These can be reached by boat from the boat launch at Quartz Creek Campground.

Fishing is also popular in …
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Location info

Quartz Creek Road, Cooper Landing, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Tenderfoot Creek Campground, AK

Overview

Tenderfoot Creek Campground unveils views of the surrounding mountains from every direction and offers campsites that face the edge of a glistening lake.

Perched along Summit Lake on the Eastern Kenai Peninsula of Alaska, Tenderfoot Creek provides an ideal destination for fishing, kayaking, canoeing, hiking and wildlife watching.

Campers may experience morning wakeup calls from loons or view bald eagles fishing in the clear waters. Impressive wildlife inhabitants include moose, brown and black bears, mountain goats, lynx and wolves. Campsites are nicely spaced along the eastern shores of Summit Lake. Tenderfoot Creek passes through the campground and surrounding forest includes spruce and hemlock.

Recreation

The Summit Lake Trail heads south of Summit Lake and connects with the Resurrection Pass …
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Location info

Tenderfoot Campground Road, Moose Pass, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Boating, Fishing, Biking

Porcupine Campground, AK

Overview

Porcupine Campground is located in the Chugach National Forest in south-central Alaska near the town of Hope. Visitors have a prime location to watch windsurfers in the bay and spot Beluga whales from the scenic overlook.

Recreation

Popular activities include fishing, hiking, whitewater rafting and gold panning.

Gull Rock Trail offers excellent hiking, mountain biking and horseback riding. It extends for 5.1 miles along the south shore of Turnagain Arm from the end of the Hope Highway to a rocky peninsula. Snow usually melts in the area by early May and the scenic trail leads visitors over gradual hills with occasional steep sections.

Facilities

Porcupine boasts an impressive scenic overlook of Turnagain Arm. Firewood is sold on-site and the …
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Location info

Hope Highway, Hope, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hiking, Wildlife viewing, Fishing, Biking, Water sports

Granite Creek Campground, AK

Overview

Granite Creek Campground is set in the captivating Kenai Mountains, surrounded by wildflowers and spruce forests. The rugged mountains of the Kenai Peninsula are one hour south of Anchorage.

Recreation

Biking is a popular activity at Granite Creek, with a paved bike path along the Seward Highway that extends for five miles south to the Hope Road. While on the path, look for raspberries to pick and wildflowers to smell. Fishing is considered intermediate, and Dolly Varden trout are among the tasty fish you might catch.

Look for wildlife like moose, snowshoe hare, black and brown bears and mountain goats, or sit back and listen to water rushing through the glacier-fed Granite Creek.

Facilities

The 19 sites are set …
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Location info

Lynx Creek Road, Moose Pass, AK

Amenities

Camping

Bertha Creek Campground, AK

 Bertha Creek Campground is open. Beginning May 18, 2019 fees will be charged and services available.

During the off-season there is no water, no trash service, and no fees.  Please pack out all garbage. Outhouse/toilet facilities may be unavailable.

A small loop campground with 12 sites suitable for vehicle camping, small RV's and tents, located at MP 65.4 of the Seward Highway. $14/night

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Location info

Seward Highway, Hope, AK

Amenities

Camping

Black Bear Campground, AK

Black Bear Campground is open. Beginning May 18, 2019 fees will be charged and services available.

During the off-season there is no water, no trash service, and no fees.  Please pack out all garbage. Outhouse/toilet facilities may be unavailable.

A small loop campground with 12 sites suitable for vehicle camping (RV's not recommended) and tents.

12 sites. Vault toilet, hand driven water pump, dumpster, picnic tables, fire rings, bear lockers.  Not included:  running water, electricity, dump station, or wood. $14/night

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Location info

Portage Glacier Road, Anchorage, AK

Amenities

Camping, Hunting

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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Adventure Trail Campground, NC

Adventure Trail Campground is located in Cherokee, NC. This is a fantastic place to go camping in an RV when you’re exploring the state’s magnificent Great Smoky Mountains. Set in a beautiful natural setting in western NC, the facility spreads out across 20 acres. This campground offers all kinds of recreational activities in addition to numerous on-site amenities.

Adventure Trail Campground accommodates tent camping, as well as sites for a travel trailer or rental RV. Water, sewer, and electrical hookups are included. Guests also have the option of reserving one of the available cabins or rental trailers. Amenities at this campground include WiFi, a pavilion, and a store for visitors who might need to stock up on last-minute camping …

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