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Coho campground is part of the Anchor River campgrounds operated by Alaska Recreation Management for the Alaska State Parks.

Coho campground is located along the banks of the Anchor River off of Anchor River Road.


  • Directions — Coho campground is located between Ninilchik and Homer along the Sterling Highway at Milepost 157. Take the turn onto the Old Sterling Highway and follow the road across the river bridge. Turn right on Anchor River Road and follow the pavement to the enterance to Coho campground.
  • Description — Coho campground is a small but well maintained campground that is part of the 5 campgrounds making up the Anchor River State Recreation Site. Coho campground is popular with anglers for salmon, steelhead and Dolly Varden fishing.
  • Fee — $12.00 Nightly
  • Number of sites — 36
  • Dry Sites — 36

  • Number of Pull-Thru Sites — N/A
  • Max Length — 40 Feet
  • Number and type of electric hookups - N/A
    1. * 30 amp — N/A
    2. * 50 amp — N/A
  • Water — Yes
  • Sewer Hookups — N/A
  • Dump Station — N/A
  • Dates of Operation
  • Services — N/A
    • Propane — N/A
    • Fuel — N/A
    • Store — N/A
    • Tours — N/A
  • Additional Amenities — Bathrooms, fire rings, tables, picnic area, fishing access to the Anchor River, fishing access to Cook Inlet
  • Payment Methods Accepted — Self Regester Envelope - Cash

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