What is there to do when camping in Valdez, Alaska? For those yet to visit this
is a good question. Valdez gets a lot of visitors year round with summer campers and winter
skiers alike. Some come for the halibut fishing, some for the salmon. Many just come for the
rugged scenery and a look at the snowiest town in Alaska.
There is no place on earth like the Last Frontier of Alaska. It is a place of rugged beauty
and living history. Valdez, Alaska is centrally located to some of the most breathtaking places
on earth. Come spend some time and discover the meaning to the Last Frontier.
Switzerland of Alaska.
Valdez is oftentimes referred to as "The Switzerland of Alaska". Surrounded by massive
snowcapped mountains with brilliant blue glaciers and icebergs floating in Prince William Sound.
Alaska's world class
heliskiing slopes have been home to many downhill extreme skiing championships.
- Trans Alaska Pipeline Terminal
- Thompson Pass
- World class halibut fishing
- Renowned salmon fishing
- Glacier and wildlife tour boats
- Columbia Glacier
- Worthington Glacier
- Keystone Canyon
- Helicopter flightseeing tours
- Dog sled tours
- Snowmobile tours
- Skiing, we're not going to forget the worlds best guided extreme skiing
Campgrounds in Valdez, Alaska
Bayside RV Park - 230 E. Egan Dr. Valdez, Alaska – (907)
Bear Creek Cabins and RV Park - Mile 2, Richardson
Highway, Valdez, AK – 907-835-2723
Bearpaw Camper Park - 101 N Harbor Dr, Valdez AK. - 907-835-2530
Eagle's Rest RV Park 139 East Pioneer Drive Valdez, Alaska 907-835-2373
Sea Otter RV Park - 2787 S Harbor Dr, Valdez
AK – 907-835-2787