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Kettle Lake Wayside
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Mile 16.6 on Nabesna Road
Slana, Alaska 99586

Kettle Lake Wayside offers free camping in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. You have to love our National Parks.

Nabesna Road Campgrounds

A small wayside at mile 16.6 of Nabesna Road, Kettle Lake Wayside offers rustic camping in non dedicated campsites. No tables or fire rings are provided in this primative campsite.

  • Directions – Kettle Lake Wayside is located 16.6 up Nabesna Road from the intersection with the Tok Cutoff.
  • Description – This is a primitive camping spot and rest area. There are no vault toilets here.
  • Number of sites – No dedicated campsites
  • Number and type of hookups – N/A
    1. * 30 amp – N/A
    2. * 50 amp – N/A
  • Water – N/A
  • Sewer – Closest dump station is located at Hart D Ranch in Slana, AK.
  • Dry Sites – No Hook-Ups or Water Available
  • Dates of Operation – Open Year Round
  • Number of Pull-Thru Sites – N/A
  • Max Length – N/A
  • Services – N/A
  • Additional Amenities – N/A
  • Payment Methods Accepted – Free


Nabesna Road Camping Areas