Alaska Trip Campground List

For all you RV’ers thinking about a trip to Alaska, here is a list of all the places we stayed on our trip to Alaska in 2013. I have provided a link to the campground whenever possible. If you travel in a big rig you would have no problem fitting in any of these campgrounds.

I’m not endorsing any of these campgrounds or suggesting these are the only places available. There are many other campgrounds and RV parks along the route we traveled as well as many places to boon-dock on the side of the road. There are also many state, provincial and federal campgrounds along the way. We love to stay in the public parks but found that a lot of them in Alaska and Canada do not have sites big enough for our rig or they were too close or too far away from our previous camping site. So if you are traveling in a smaller rv, you may want to give some of the public campgrounds a try.

Location Campground Name Campground Type
Statesville, NC KOA Site H10 KOA
Dublin, VA Claytor Lake State Park Site D22 State Park
Chillicothe, OH Sun Valley Campground Site G1 RV Park
Illinois Kamp Komfort Peoria, IL Site 14 RV Park
Iowa City, IA Coralville Lake Dam Complex Lindner Point Site L2 COE
Welcome, MN Welcome Campground Site 10 PA Passport America
Belvidere, SD Belvidere East KOA KOA
Sheridan, WY Peter D’s RV Park Site 35 RV Park
Cardwell, MT Cardwell Store Site 32 RV Park
Great Falls, MT Dick’s RV Park Site 81 RV Park
Ft Macleod, AB Daisy Mae Campground Site 5 RV Park
Banff National Park, AB Tunnel Mountain Trailer Court Site 636 National Park
Jasper National Park, AB Whistler’s Campground Site 63H National Park
Prince George, BC Northland Site 15 1/2 RV Park
Dawson Creek, BC Northern Lights Site 3 RV Park
Ft. Nelson, BC Triple G Hideaway Site 87 RV Park
Liard River Hot Springs, BC Site 42 Provincial Campground Provincial Park
Watson Lake Downtown RV Park Site 2 RV Park
Skagway, AK Pullen Creek RV Park Site 45 City Park
Haines, AK Oceanside RV Park Site 13 RV Park
Whitehorse, YT Pioneer RV Park Site 55 RV Park
Dawson City, YT Gold Rush Campground Site 69 RV Park
Chicken, AK Chicken Gold Camp Site 5 RV Park
Tok, AK Tok RV Village Site 709 RV Park
North Pole, AK Riverview RV Park Site 123 RV Park
Denali NP, AK Denali RV Park and Motel Site H5 RV Park
Denali NP, AK Teklanika River Camp Site 27 National Park
Talkeetna,AK Talkeetna Camper Park Site 34 RV Park
Palmer, AK Big Bear Site 56 RV Park
Seward, AK Seward City Park Site R5 City Park
Ninilchik, AK Alaskan Angler RV Park Site 7 RV Park
Ninilchik,AK Deep Creek Beach Campground State Park
Homer, AK Baycrest RV Park Site 44 RV Park
Girdwood, AK Williwaw USFS Site 59 USFS
Glacier View, AK Grand View RV Park Site 1 RV Park
Valdez, AK Bayside RV Park Site 80 RV Park
Tok, AK Tok RV Village Site 705 RV Park
Burwash Landing, YT Burwash Landing Resort RV Park
Teslin, YT Yukon Motel and RV Site 19 RV Park
Dease Lake, BC Dease Lake RV Park Site 17 RV Park
Stewart, BC Bear River RV Park Site 20A RV Park
Houston. BC Shady Rest RV Park Site 31 RV Park
Williams Lake, BC Williams Lake Stampede Park Site 52 RV Park
Oroville, WA River Oaks RV Park Site 43 RV Park
St Regis, MT Campground St Regis Site 27 RV Park
Three Forks, MT Camp Three Forks Site 14 RV Park
Sheridan, WY Peter D’s RV Park Site 11 RV Park
Casper, WY Ft Casper RV Park Site F83 Passport America
Loveland, CO Riverview RV Park Site 34 Passport America
Wakeeney, KS Wakeeney KOA Site 9 KOA
Blue Springs, MO Blue Springs Campground Site 33 County Park
Nashville, IL Washington County State Rec Site 20 State Park
Nashville, TN Seven Points COE Site 57 COE
Adairsville, GA Harvest Moon RV Park RV Park

5 thoughts on “Alaska Trip Campground List”

  1. I love this list!! While we aren’t going all the way to Alaska, we are heading to Banff and Jasper and areas around. Our plan is arrive right after Labor Day. We have been told (and read) that that is a great time to go because schools are back and prices are down some. We will check out some of the parks you used!! Any other thoughts on the area we are headed?

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    1. Thank you! I’m so glad to know that you find this list helpful. Enjoy your trip this fall. Be sure to take the tour on the Icefields Explorer buses onto the Athabasca Glacier in Jasper National Park Lots to see and do in Jasper and Banff. If you use the search box on my blog you will find my posts about our stay there last summer.

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      1. Thanks for getting back to me:) I’ve read about the Icefield buses…won’t miss it.

        We don’t have WiFi where we are now so I only get about an hour a day when we go get coffee except for the phone. When we move in a few weeks, I’ll have good WiFi and I plan to go through your posts in detail. Can’t wait!!!

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