Kasilof River Special Use Area | Wild Camping

United States

Details

Verified:
13 days ago
Altitude:
6.9 masl
Website:
None

Amenities

Electricity:
No
Wifi:
No
Kitchen:
No
Restaurant:
No
Showers:
No
Water:
No
Toilets:
Pit Toilets
Big Rig Friendly:
Yes
Tent Friendly:
Yes
Pet Friendly:
Yes

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Description

Special Use Area. Beach Camping allowed. Probably crowded in summer with fishermen. Empty when we were here.
Watch the tide. Nice view of the Cook Inlet. Beautiful spot.
Maximum allowed stay between May 31 thru July 1 is 21 consecutive days
Between July 2 thru May 30 is 14 consecutive days.

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went during dip net season. there are a bunch of people, but it's free parking. trash and portapotty. there was also a taco/hot dog stand

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It’s a parking lot. Where you can stay. When the tide is out it’s a mud flat. Porta potties and trash.

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nice open paved parking lot, no privacy, great cell service, not busy as of 6/8. fishing season probably different, not bad for free...

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Don't even bother going to other side if you are in an RV. It is sand and no carpark off the beach to speak of. Come here! Good views and a sealed carpark to park in. Plenty of Porta loos and Mobile phone reception.

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This is an awesome spot to camp on the beach- unless you’re here during Alaskas dipnet season! Usually end of June until the first week of August for Kasilof. During that time everyone will be focused on dragging as many fish out of the water as possible and it’s a 24 hour fishery. Probably better luck at whiskey gulch or some of the pullouts on Kalifornsky road.

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Beautiful spot. Only 4 other campers here. Very quite. - perhaps June 11 is still early in the season.

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Most crowded camping area I’ve ever seen and it was a Monday! Camping on the beach and in parking lot (good luck finding a spot). I would not attempt the beach with out 4x4. My van and another got stuck. Truck tipped over on the way out. Be careful!

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July 15th, salmon fishing is open. It’s over crowed. Plus fees.

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absolutly overgrowded, hundrets of campers, atvs, generators, we didnt stay here

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Very busy end June with fishermen all around with their nets and locals camping which looked semi-long term. Not too noisy except occasional ATV dragging nets, distant generator etc. view nothing special tide was gone leaving lots of muddy ground. Okay for a night if one has to stop. Some portaporties were available but not clean.

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As described before, huge place with places to camp both in the parking lot and the dunes. Beautiful views in front. Felt kind of lonely, it was just us and an RV. Good AT&T reception. Free.

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Beautiful sunset over the active volcanos. Glad we aren’t here during the crowds

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No change a year after. Easy to access by big rig. Nice walk along the beach.

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The place over the beach looks new asphalted, with a new, but empty, information board. Beach access possible, but no information if camping is still allowed.

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what a great spot. we been here during the main salmon season. hundreds of fishing people around but still space to stay on the beach for a night. free camping!

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Special Use Area. Beach Camping allowed. Probably crowded in summer with fishermen. Empty when we were here.
Watch the tide. Nice view of the Cook Inlet. Beautiful spot.
Maximum allowed stay between May 31 thru July 1 is 21 consecutive days
Between July 2 thru May 30 is 14 consecutive days.

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