Boondocking - Camping in Alaska
Off the grid camping has always been popular with Alaska's residents. From pitching tents along
Alaska's wilderness streams to fly-in drop off camping trips in the real remote reaches of the
Alaskan wilderness. While this is also a type of wilderness camping, actual boondocking is limited
to road accessible areas devoid of formal campsites and services.
Boondocking in Alaska and along the Alaska Highway
Welcome to the guide to boondocking in Alaska and along the Alaska Highway. What are the
rules for boondocking in Alaska? Alaska in general has a large percentage of public lands where
boondocking is completely acceptable. Popular boondocking areas mixed in with the remote primitive
camping areas scattered throughout Alaska too.
Boondocking in Alaska
Alaska in general has a large percentage of public lands where boondocking is completely acceptable.
While the private RV parks and campgrounds offer all the luxuries found in other popular RV
parks including full service RV hookup with WI-FI and digital tv but there are an
equal number of popular boondocking areas mixed in with the remote primitive camping areas scattered
throughout Alaska too.
understanding that boondocking in Alaska is not only legal but one of the most enjoyed of all
camping experiences by Alaska's frontier spirited residents, we do want to caution you that
boondocking is only allowed in areas where you can safely pull off of the roads and be completely
out of the lane of traffic with a margin allowed for walking safely around your vehicle.