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Kenai Peninsula Alaska: The Kenai Peninsula is one of the more populated regions Alaska with a population of 55,400 as of the 2010 census. Among visitors to Alaska there are several popular destinations including Seward at the head of Resurrection Bay, Soldotna, Sterling, and Cooper Landing along the banks of the Kenai River, and Homer, AKA "the end of the road", is famous with travelers who have driven to Alaska from the outside the state.

Kenai Peninsula Campgrounds

Along with these towns there are several smaller villages and settlements of interest to visitors, most notably Ninilchik and Nikolaevsk, Alaska.

Kenai Peninsula Alaska Campgrounds

This section highlights the public campgrounds operated by local, state and federal governments on the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska.

  1. Quartz Creek Campground — US Forest Service — 45 campsites
  2. Cooper Creek Campground — US Forest Service — 26 campsites
  3. Russian River Campground — US Forest Service — 83 campsites
  4. Kenai/Russian River Campgrounds — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 180 campsites
  5. Hidden Lake Campgrounds — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 44 campsites
  6. Lower Ohmer Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service —3 campsites
  7. Upper Skilak Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 25 campsites
  8. Engineer Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 8 campsites
  9. Lower Skilak Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 14 campsites
  10. Kelly Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 3 campsites
  11. Petersen Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 3 campsites
  12. Watson Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 3 campsites
  13. Bings Landing Campground — State of Alaska — 36 campsites
  14. Morgan's Landing Campground — State of Alaska — 41 campsites
  15. Izaak Walton Campground — State of Alaska — 31 campsites
  16. Dolly Varden Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 10 campsites
  17. Rainbow Lake Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 3 campsites
  18. Swanson River Campground — US Fish & Wildlife Service — 4 campsites
  19. Funny River Campground — State of Alaska — 10 campsites
  20. Discovery Campground — State of Alaska — 53 campsites
  21. Kasilof River Campgrounds — State of Alaska — 25 campsites
  22. Johnson Lake Campgrounds — State of Alaska — 51 campsites
  23. Crooked Creek Campgrounds — State of Alaska — 24 campsites
  24. Clam Gulch Campground — State of Alaska — 120 campsites
  25. Ninilchik River Campground — State of Alaska — 39 campsites
  26. Ninilchik Beach Campground — State of Alaska — 25 campsites
  27. Ninilchik View Campground — State of Alaska — 13 campsites
  28. Deep Creek Campground — State of Alaska — 100 campsites
  29. Stariski Creek Campground — State of Alaska — 13 campsites
  30. Anchor River, Halibut Campground — 30 campsites
  31. Anchor River, Cohoe Campground — 36 campsites
  32. Anchor River, Silver King Campground — 46 campsites
  33. Anchor River, Slide Hole Campground — 30 campsites
  34. Anchor River, Steelhread Campground — 44 campsites

 

Kenai Peninsula Alaska RV Parks

Privately operated campgrounds with hook-ups and services for RV's; while some are a bit rustic and offer minimal services, others are pretty nice at least as far as Alaska RV Parks are concerned. Don't expect to see RV parks as lavish as those you find at along the shores of Lake Tahoe but for the most part they're very clean, comfortable and offer a great vacation unlike those found anywhere in the lower 48 states. Alaska camping seasons are short and the long Alaskan winters are brutal. These two factors do place limits upon the campgrounds and raise operating costs by a large amount.