Camping near Lake Louise

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Stump Creek B&B

3 sites · Lodging, Tents10 acres · Eureka Roadhouse, AK
The property at this location is very special to us because my grandfather homesteaded here in the 60s and it’s still in the family. This location was his and his wife’s main home of living where they made this homestead and rented cabins and had a little store to produce extra income to raise their family.
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Salmon Grove- River Camp

2 sites · RVs, Tents5 acres · Copper Center, AK
Historically rich area with lots to see.Learn more about this land:Salmon Grove is a small campground on the Klutina River in Copper Center, Alaska. We have large coin-operated showers, a handicap-friendly outhouse, dump station, water, tackle shop and awesome salmon fishing. Fishing for the famous Copper River Salmon is good right from camp. Enjoy a short hike to the nearby Copper River. You can expect most sites that are on the water to have limited privacy due to the popular location. If you are the type that likes the more secluded feel we also have tent sites set back from the water that are surrounded by trees and thick vegetation for a more private feel.  
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King for a Day Camping & Charters

78 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents6 acres · AK
We are a SEASONAL camp open late May through September, weather permitting. We are currently accepting both charter and site reservations, for 5 days or longer, for our upcoming 2024 season. Learn more about this land: We are a laidback camp directly on the Klutina River. We offer: FISH; fishing lessons, a variety of seasonal fishing charters, and our most popular FULL day "Alaskan Adventure of a Lifetime Excursion". CAMPING: Cabins and camping; Tent and RV camping from full hookup to dry. While staying with us: You'll have great views of the wrangle mountain range and the river itself. You'll have access on a spacious river bank to fish from camp, no need to hike anywhere. The eagles sit in the trees eager for the fishermen to get lucky and pose for pictures. We have fire rings and picnic tables at each site. We can accommodate large RVs to tents. showers, flushing toilet and laundry facility are located at the main office building; outhouses down by the river. Our rates are tent $35, dry RV $40, electric $50, electric w/water, $55, full hookup $60 and $150 for Cabin (minimal 2 nights stay for cabins) Going fishing with us? Full service charters offered. Yes we provide all gear tackle bait etc. We offer rafting charters only, not on a jet boat. We get off and fish at the hot spots on the way down the river. It is a 24mi float down one of the fastest sport fishing rivers in America. We target multiple species and can customize your charter accordingly. In the river we have King Salmon available 1 July - 10 August. Sockeye salmon from June - September. Trout, Grayling, Dolly Varden and other smaller species able to be targeted throughout the year.
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Gulkana River Cabin

1 site · Lodging2 acres · Gulkana, AK
Obtained this property thru the BLM Townsite Trustee in the late 1970's.  Built the cabin at that time.  I live in Anchorage and use the cabin for recreational purpose. Learn more about this land:Welcome to the Gulkana River Cabin!Nicely furnished rustic cabin nestled among large spruce trees. Located near the Gulkana River Bridge (12 miles north of Glennallen). Cabin is also located just 8 miles from the historic Gakona Roadhouse and the Copper River. Beautiful views of the magnificent Wrangell Mountains abound in the area. Hipcampers will have access to all areas of the cabin and surroundings. The cabin is secluded and has a south facing view.This is a remote cabin (vehicle accessible) and directions/check-in are provided by phone once booking is complete. There is no running water, electricity, or WIFI, and toilet facilities are provided by an outhouse. Guests are encouraged tp bring their own water. It is preferred that Hipcampers bring their own sleeping bags, but clean linens and sleeping bags are provided if needed.  Cabin does have a propane cooking stove, battery powered lighting, a wood stove/firewood, and kitchen supplies (pots, pans, dishes, silverware). There is excellent cell phone service with AT&T and GCI. The "Award Winning" comfortable upstairs king bed is accessed by a factory made ladder as shown in the photographs. This ladder may be difficult for elderly or handicapped persons to climb. No showers are available at the cabin, but may be available the Gakona Lodge and Caribou Hotel in Glennallen.  This place is designed for the person who enjoys a rustic, natural, pleasant, peaceful setting, or who just wants a place to crash while on the road. It is available at an economical price for those who are willing to sacrifice a few amenities. Most guests love it. Lots of mosquitoes in the area during the first part of the summer. It is requested that guests leave the cabin in a clean, tidy condition when they depart for the next guests since nobody is available on site. If You Are Looking For A True Alaskan Experience, this is it!! I, personally, come here occasionally to unwind! Check in is by phone. The cabin is 1/3 mile from the highway. Road is not plowed in the winter.Again. guests are required to clean the cabin when they leave and leave it in good condition for the next guests since there is no on-site person.
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Klutina River Campsites & Cabins

17 sites · Lodging, RVs, Tents3 acres · Copper Center, AK
This is a 10-acre property along the edge of the north bank of the Klutina River--a major king salmon-fishing stream that flows into the famous Copper River just one half mile downriver. That part of the property used for camping along the river is 3 acres. This is a SEASONAL location: Memorial Weekend through Labor Day Weekend with NEW LOWER prices. At this time only the riverside sites (south side of the river dike that one drives across) are available for camping or RV parking. We have no power or other hook-ups on the riverside except that water is available on site through a series of new DEC-approved pipe and spigets, along with more fire pits and more picnic tables. Showers are extra @ $5.00 a person; Laundry tokens: $3.00 per washer load or 40 minute dryer load. Bar on site. Food service coming later THIS 2024 season. WIFI is only on the north side of the dike near any of the overnight rooms or the bar. We recommend no RVs to exceed 28 feet on the river side of the dike. Very private sites and spread out--far more so than other nearby locations. The public restroom is on the north side of the dike. AND we have several budget rooms available on the north side of the dike as well. In 2024, these go for about $100/night. These all have Dish Net, WIFI, and coffee in the rooms. This property is undergoing development. There is still a fire pit on the river side, as we have considerable brush to burn (not during the camping season, but brush is typically piled on the site about the time we open). Just to the east, across the Copper River, is the 12 million acre Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. Our property is conveniently located in driving time almost exactly halfway between Anchorage and McCarthy-Kennecott. It is about 3 1/2 hours in either direction. At the Klutina you can charter a sight-seeing river boat or you can white-water raft from a point several miles up a historic trail that follows the river to its source--Klutina Lake and Klutina Glacier. You can obtain a visitors' license and fish here for salmon. You can also hike along the dike or numerous trails in the area.
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Looking to go camping near Lake Louise, Alaska? Look no further than Hipcamp, where you'll find over 150 options to choose from. Whether you're into glamping, RV camping, or traditional tent camping, there's something for everyone. With average prices per night starting at just $30 and options as low as $10, camping has never been more affordable. Check out the top campsites like Pinochle Trail Campground (77 reviews), Valdez Adventure Alliance (62 reviews), and Salmon Grove- River Camp (4 reviews) for tried-and-true options. Amenities like toilets, showers, and trash are popular, and if you're into wind sports, fishing, or horseback riding, you'll find plenty to do at these campsites. So pack your bags and get ready for an unforgettable camping experience in the great outdoors!

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