About This Campground
The National Park Service maintains a free walk-in campground in Bartlett Cove. The campground features a bear-proof food cache, fire-pit with firewood, and warming shelter located in a very scenic setting along the shore, 1/4 mile south of the Bartlett Cove dock. Stays are limited to 14 days.…
- Tent Sites
- Drinking Water
- Hike InHike a trail to your campsite
- Boat InBoat to your campsite
Abundance of wildlife. Trails to hike. What an amazing place to visit.
Beautiful place in Glacier Bay with lots of critters, historic cabin, views, trails, etc. This isn’t car camping since you have to walk less than a mile from the parking lot to the campsite. Make sure to bring everything you need, including water and bear protection, and definitely stop into the…
Almost 90% of Glacier Bay visitors never step foot on the land; they simply visit by cruise ship, so being able to camp in this lush and rugged park was a real treat.
At the campsites, the trees were dripping with green mosses and vegetation. The provided wooden food caches made us feel secure,…
Bartlett Cove Campground is located in Alaska
The campground is located just a short walk (1/4 mile) from the public-use dock and parking lot in Bartlett Cove. It is a walk-in only campground.