A group enjoys the sunny weather at Cunningham Park in Kenai.

A group enjoys the sunny weather at Cunningham Park in Kenai.

Park Listings

Anchor Point

Anchor River State Rec. Area

(907) 522-8368

bit.ly/AnchorRec

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee, handicap access

 

Stariski State Rec. Site

(907) 269-8400

bit.ly/Stariski

Camping: $10 / night, toilets, picnic sites, handicap access

 

Clam Gulch

Clam Gulch State Rec.

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/ClamGulch

$5 / parking fee, toilets and water

 

Homer

Homer Campgrounds

(907) 235-3170

bit.ly/HomerCamp

Camping: $8 / night —tent and $100 / two weeks. $15 / night—RV hookup and $189 / two weeks.

 

Kachemak Bay State Wilderness Area

(907) 269-8400

bit.ly/KachBayPark

Cabin camping: $35-$50 / night. Handicap access. Fly or boat in.

 

Hope

Porcupine Campground

(907) 743-9500

bit.ly/PorcupineCamp

Camping and RV nonelectric: $18 / night

 

Kasilof

Johnson Lake State Rec. Area

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/JohnsonLake

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee, handicap access

 

Kenai

Kenai City Park

(907) 283-3692

bit.ly/KenaiParks

Playground, picnic area, beach access path

 

Nikiski

Captain Cook State Recreation Area

bit.ly/CaptCookCamp

(907) 522-8368

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee

 

Ninilchik

Deep Creek State Rec.

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/DeepCreek

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee, handicap access

 

Seward

Caines Head State Rec.

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/CainesHead

Cabin camping: $65/ night, handicap access. Site of old World War II fort. Reach by foot
or boat

 

Kenai Fjords National Park

(907) 422-0500

bit.ly/KenaiFjords

Cabin camping: $50/night, no running water

 

Sandspit Marine Park — Fox Island

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/SewardMarine

Camping, no fresh water, accessible by Seward Water Taxi

 

Seward Municipal Campgrounds

(907) 224-4055

bit.ly/SewardMarine

Camping: $10 / night, RV, nonelectric: $15 / night, RV. with electric: $30 / night

 

Soldotna

Centennial Park

(907) 262-3151

bit.ly/SolCentennial

Camping: $20 / night, RV Dump, Nonelectric: $20/night

 

Crooked Creek State Rec. Site

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/CrookedCreek

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee, toilets, trails

 

Funny River Campground

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/FunnyRiver

Camping: $10 / night, $5 daily parking fee, picnic shelters, handicap accessible

 

Kenai Wildlife Refuge

(877) 444-6777

bit.ly/RefugeCamp

Cabin camping: $35 -$45, tents and RVs free

 

Soldotna Creek Park

(907) 262-3151

bit.ly/SoldotnaCamp

Playground, picnic area, boardwalk

 

Swiftwater Park

(907) 262-3151

bit.ly/SoldotnaCamp

Camping, RV non-electrical: $20/ night, $25/ night in July

 

Sterling

Bing Landing Campground

(907) 262-5581

bit.ly/BingsLanding

Camping: $10 / night,

$5 daily parking fee

handicap access

 

Izaak Walton Campground

(907) 269-8400

bit.ly/IzaakWalton

Camping: $10 / night,

$5 daily parking fee,

Handicap accessible

 

Morgan’s Landing

(907) 269-8400

bit.ly/MorgansLanding

Camping: $10 / night,

$5 daily parking fee

Mother and daughter enjoy the swings at the Soldotna Community playground.

Mother and daughter enjoy the swings at the Soldotna Community playground.

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