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Sourdough Creek Campground is one of the Alaska BLM Campgrounds managed from the Glennallen BLM Office.

Sourdough Creek Campground in Alaska

  • Directions – Sourdough Creek Campground is located adjacent to the Gulkana Wild River and Sourdough Creek at Milepost 147.5 on the Richardson Highway.
  • Description – Sourdough Creek Campground offers 45 campsites (2 walk-in and 43 vehicle sites with a tables and fire pits at each site. There is a boat launch at the rivers edge and a nice picnic area for day use. Outhouse style bathrooms, information and bulletin boards, hiking trails, and handicapped accessible fishing ramps and trails complete with interpetative panels. Sourdough Creek Campground along with the boat launch can be very busy from approximately Memorial Day through mid July mainly by fishermen and boaters taking part in the King salmon fishing in the Gulkana River. There are a number of fishing guides using the boat launch at Sourdough Creek Campground. Later in the summer, after the salmon fishing subsides, the campground generally gets a lot quieter.
  • Number of sites – 43 campsites plus 2 walk in tent camping sites
  • Dry Sites – 43+2
  • Number of Pull-Thru Sites – N/A
  • Max Length – N/A
  • Number and type of electric hookups -
    1. * 30 amp – N/A
    2. * 50 amp – N/A
  • Water –Central Hand Pump
  • Sewer Hookups – N/A
  • Dump Station – N/A, See Paxson Lake Campground
  • Dates of Operation
  • Services -
    • Propane – N/A
    • Fuel – N/A
    • Store – N/A
    • Tours – N/A
  • Additional Amenities – observation pavillion, overflow parking, picnic area, access to Gulkana River, fishing ramps and hiking trails plus self guided information panels.
  • Payment Methods Accepted – Cash (Kiosk)
    • Drive-In Sites $12.00 per night
    • Walk-In Sites $6.00 per night


Richardson Highway Campgrounds

Dry Creek State Recreation Site

Sourdough Creek Campground

Paxson Lake Campground