RV Campsites in Alaska

RV Campsites in Alaska
Alaska is a large state, most of which cannot be accessed by road. RV parks in Alaska are ideal places to make a base camp while you explore the natural wonders of the state. Before you begin camping in Alaska, be aware of bear issues in the area. A bear can easily enter and destroy an RV and precautions should be taken if advised by the campground.

Cantwell RV Park

Located in the Alaskan Interior, this park is less than 30 minutes from Denali National Park. It has a dump site, laundry facilities, restrooms and showers. The staff offers tours and pet sitting services as the National Park does not allow pets. The park has a mini-mart, wireless Internet and hookups for water and 30 amps. It is also close to fishing, hiking, rafting and wildlife viewing areas.

Cantwell RV Park and Cabins
P.O. Box 210
Cantwell, Alaska 99729
(800) 940-2210


Kenai Riverside RV Park

The Kenai Peninsula is famous for great fishing, abundant wildlife and beautiful scenery. This park has a great riverfront location and offers 18 RV sites with hookups and 10 dry sites. It has hookups for water, sewer, and 20 and 30 amps. It has a lounge, showers, restrooms, complimentary morning coffee and cabin rentals. Near the RV park you will find opportunities for rafting, camping and fishing.

Kenai Riverside RV Park and Campground
16918 Sterling Highway
Cooper Landing, AK 99572

Spruce Meadow RV Park

Located in Juneau, this park is surrounded by wetlands and is located near the Mendenhall Glacier. The park has 47 spaces that are shaded and surrounded by spruce trees. It has showers, restrooms, a gazebo area, microwave, vending machines and a pay phone. Each site has hookups for water, sewer and 30 amps. The park is 15 minutes from downtown Juneau and only four miles from the ferry--the only way to access the area.

Spruce Meadow RV Park
10200 Mendenhall Loop Road
Juneau, AK 99801


Article Written By Zach Lazzari

Zach Lazzari is an outdoor writing specialist. He has experience in website writing as well as standard newspaper writing. He wrote an outdoor column for the Silver World in Lake City, Colo., and articles for Colorado-mountain-adventure.com. Lazzari is currently completing his bachelor's degree online through Arizona State University and lives in southwest Montana.

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