Brushkana Creek Campground and Wayside is located 30 miles east of the Parks Highway at MP 104 of the Denali Highway. Situated along Brushkana Creek, the campground provides a wayside with interpretive panels for highway travelers and 22 campsites available on a first-come, first-served basis. Water, toilets, and a picnic shelter are also available to campers.
Fees: $12/night for regular, $6/night for walk-in site.
The Brushkana Creek Trail meanders out of the campsite and provides a scenic overlook of Brushkana Creek and the Alaska Range.
I abosolutely love this campground. The drive is amazingly beautiful with great views and wildlife spottings. With a camper trailer we went slow on the Denali highway (about 25) the whole time. There are about 20 first come first serve sites. There was not a camp host this year but there will be for 2019. A lady does come clean the campgrounds and does a great job. There is a nice atv/waking trail with berry pickings. There’s a creek for fishing and rafting. There is a water pump on site for water. There’s also a communal area with cooking and storage lockers. There is one over flow parking/camping area that was used by a group and seemed like a fun spot to gather. Lots of bike riding opportunities. This is a perfect spot for families, hikers, fishers or just people who want to hangout and enjoy the scenery. We will be 100% be coming back next year.
We camped here for the first time in 2017. We have now made it a plan to visit once every season. We have decided to end our camping season is with this spot. It is perfect for families with a little over 21st come first serve camp sites. The spot is about 30 miles east of the Parks Highway with beautiful views along the way. The kids rode their bikes, picked berries, hiked, fished and played in the creek. I would highly recommend this camping trip be added to your summer!
Near the nenana and Denali highway. Peaceful and relaxing. Lots of animals and great scenery
This place is incredible. Simply put. Its first come first serve. We stayed here for 1 night and camped directly on the creek. Not sure how many sites there are in total but we explored the area and found folks camped all over the place. There were people with 4 wheelers cruising around that looked like they had been there quite a long time. I would recommend this place to anyone in the area.
Its smaller compared to other camp grounds in the area with less people and less b/s. Alaska in the summer especially near the parks camps can be pretty overwhelming. We did meet an awesome family who took us for a little ride on they're 4 wheelers and showed us more of the area. Its beautiful.