Campgrounds and RV parks offer lodging in the heart of the Alaska wilderness without the sacrifice of modern amenities like restroom facilities and running water. Numerous options are available around the state, including both privately and publicly owned camping areas. You could spend a lifetime exploring the camping opportunities on Alaska’s public lands at State Parks, National Parks, National Forests, and BLM land. Most campgrounds and RV parks are open during peak season, from May through September, though some are open year-round.
Pitch your tent at the base of a mountain or next to a pristine lake, or just pull off on the way to a favorite fishing spot. The stunning scenery in Alaska makes campgrounds and RV parks an attractive option for tourists and locals alike, not to mention affordability. When staying at one of the well-managed campgrounds or RV parks in Alaska, you don’t need to travel far to go hiking, mountain biking, fishing, kayaking, or canoeing. In fact, the opportunity for an Alaska adventure will quite literally be in your backyard!
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