Kelly Lake Campground
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
Milepost 68.3
Sterling Highway, near Sterling AK.
Kenai Peninsula, Alaska

No services are available so please pack out your trash to keep this great little campground open. Kelly Lake Campground is little more than a semi-open area that is a popular stop with locals for fishing, hiking, picnicking and vehicle accessable camping. The area is user maintained so once again we urge everyone to pack out their trash and leave the area in better shape than when you arrived.

Kelly Lake Campground

Both Kelly and Peterson Lakes Campgrounds are small semi remote campsites most
often used by locals from the Kenai Peninsula. Both lakes offer trout fishing and excellent
wildlife viewing. Loons are nearly always present on both lakes and moose, bear and small game
are often seen too.

Kelly Lake Campground on the Kenai Peninsula in Alaska.

While not much more than a good sized parking area on the shores of a magnificent wilderness lake, Kelly Lake Campground has five picnic tables, fire places, a toilet, centralized hand pump water and a boat launch plus a very large dose of serenity too. Looking to get away from the crowds? Kelly and Peterson Lakes Campgrounds are just the place for you.

We last camped here on May 12, 2016.

Kelly Lake Boat Launch