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The 20 best camping spots in Alaska.

From Northern Lights to southern glaciers and everything in between, massive adventures await you in Alaska.

Russian River Campground
Calling all anglers! The Russian River Campground is a fisherman’s paradise. This particular spot...
Nancy Lake State Recreation Area Hideaway Camp
Axel
Axel: Pitch your tent in this 5 acres piece of land located on the boundaries of the Nancy Lake State...
Stark, awe-inspiring coastline, record-breaking mountain peaks, gorgeous glaciers and unique wildlife make camping in Alaska akin to nothing else in the world. Pitch your tent on the banks of one of Alaska's 3 million lakes and spend the day hiking through beautiful temperate rainforest, or stay in a locally-owned cabin, yurt or ecolodge for something a little different. In a Read more...
Stark, awe-inspiring coastline, record-breaking mountain peaks, gorgeous glaciers and unique wildlife make camping in Alaska akin to nothing else in the world. Pitch your tent on the banks of one of Alaska's 3 million lakes and spend the day hiking through beautiful temperate rainforest, or stay in a locally-owned cabin, yurt or ecolodge for something a little different. In a state this big, beautiful and unpopulated, there's no shortage of campsites; you'll find hundreds of spots just within the shadow of towering Denali, and climbers can take advantage of the breadth of mountain and rock climbing opportunities that abound. Head far north to the Kavik River Camp for an Arctic adventure complete with world-class hunting, fishing and wildlife watching, or venture south to explore the epic glaciers while you still can. A few days of camping in Seward to explore the impressive Kenai fjords are the perfect start or end to any trip. Alaska is a world unto its own, and outdoor enthusiasts and novice nature-lovers alike will find something to marvel at in the great state of Alaska.
Cantwell Denali View Camp
Clay
Clay: Set up camp a mile off the main road on a nice level gravel pad with a stunning view of Denali (Mt....
Eco Green Leaves
kathryn
Kathryn: Eco Green Community, pop a tent or stay in the off grid tiny Chalet right in Anchorage Alaska , close...
The largest lake in Alaska, Lake Iliamna, is about the size of Connecticut.
Kingfisher Camp
Kingfisher
Kingfisher: This is Waterfront Camping! It is also Sterling Hwy Frontage. This is an ideal spot for last minute...
Wonder Lake Campground
Joseph
Joseph: Of the official campsites we stayed in the Denali, this was by far the most isolated and least hectic...
At 20,000 feet above sea level, Alaska's Denali is the highest peak in North America.
The Coop Camp
Eric
Eric: Have a true Alaskan experience as you tent it up in view of "The Big One. " You'll be a stone's throw...
The Coop Cabin
Eric
Eric: Have a true Alaskan experience as you cozy up in view of "The Big One. " You'll be a stone's throw...
There are over 100 volcanoes and volcanic fields in Alaska.
Coho Campground
What’s better than a lazy summer’s day spent fishing? Coho Campground lets you take full advantage of...
Silverking Campground
Silverking Campground cozies up to the banks of the Anchor River, right off Old Sterling Highway....
Alaska's biggest sporting event is the annual Iditarod dog sledding race.
Slidehole Campground
What’s in a name? Slidehole Campground is a roomy, basic spot, located right next to the Anchor River....
Bettles Bay Campground
Looking for Bettles Bay Campground? You'll find it in Bettles Bay State Marine Park, of course. Bear...
Don't try whispering in someone's ear while they're hunting moose. That's illegal in Alaska!
Betton Island Campground
Kayakers, attack! Betton Island Campground is pretty dang rustic, but it makes for a really cool...
Big Bear and Baby Bear State Campground
Almost as adorable as it sounds, Big Bear and Baby Bear State Campground makes for a little jewel of a...
Big Delta Campground
Big Delta Campground is a little trip back in time! The very basic, no-frills accommodations are more...
Birch Lake Campground
Birch Lake Campground has birch trees, a lake, and. . . well, you probably see where this is going....
Black Sands Campground
Black Sands Campground may sound a little sinister, but this rustic, undeveloped spot has been a...
Buskin Campground
Buskin Campground is situated along the Buskin River. And that river? Lousy with fish. Get at ‘em!...
Caines Head Campground
It’s first-come, first-served at Caines Head Campground, a tiny bunch of sites near the shores of...
Rosehip Campground
Sarah
Sarah: This campground is perfect for families. Very quiet, but there are campers very close by. It's not a...