Standard (tent/RV)
Tent Sites
Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About Lower Skilak Lake
Fish and Wildlife Service
Drive In
Walk In
Boat In
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Trash Available
Lower Skilak Lake is located in Alaska
60.473 N
-150.461 W
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6 Reviews of Lower Skilak Lake
Fire Damaged

Went to check out Lower Skilak Lake Canpground and if course due to the Swan Lake fire this year it is closed. Unfortunately the fire damage looks to have maybe taken out the whole campground so please double check before you go. I hope they restore this beautiful campground for next season.

A haven away from Anchorage

Rough road to get there, but totally worth the mud!

Great fishing and plants keep outdoor lovers entertained for hours

please don’t run your rv generator all night and watch tv. Please, enjoy the silence and appreciate this place on earth; for yourself and your fellow campers

lots of hikes nearby. World class fly fishing

beautiful lake

this is a beautiful lake to bring your family to and camp. There are restrooms nearby, a boat dock, parking lot, and campsites which can be hard to find during the busy season of summer. My family and I have camped here and loved it.


Such a gorgeous place! I love this lake. It's absolutely magical and I've always had a good experience. It is quite cold, with a chill coming from the water, so be aware of that and plan accordingly.

Beautiful site on the lake

Rocky shores, dense woods, snow-capped peaks, wildlife…yet another quintessential Alaskan campground. Bring a kayak or other watercraft!! Nice hiking trails nearby, nothing too strenuous. Run by USFW, very clean. Like all car campsites, you don't always feel totally alone here but you get enough solitude and everyone was very quiet and friendly. It can fill up in summer (no reservations) but there are a lot of other sites nearby.

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Great Fishing

This is a good short weekend trip from Anchorage with some great fishing on the lake or in the rivers nearby for some salmon. Downside: hard to get a site very busy.