Eagle River campground is located along the beautiful Eagle River. The campground has 57 sites with picnic tables, fire pits, water, latrines, flush toilets and dump station. Overflow camping area of 10 sites, and a Campground Host. Downtown Eagle River is a short 5 minutes from the campground and has all the amenities of a small town.
★ ADA Facility - Yes ★ 57 Campsites (see fee page) ★ No RV size limit ★ Camping Limit - 4 nights ★ Daily Parking Fee - (see fee page) ★ Toilets - ♿ ★ Water - ♿ ★ Picnic Sites ★ Picnic Shelter (1) ★ Sanitary Dump Station
Great campground with paved roads. Lots are spread out well and it is fairly comfortable and quite. Multiple trails travel along the campground and the river. Beautiful Alaskan experience right next to Alaska's largest city.
Great spot close to our home of Anchorage for when we don't want to go too far. Large pavillion great for get-togethers right along the river and includes it's own bathroom. Semi-seclude sites give privacy with large open areas at your fire pits, great for groups. Some double sites perfect for camping with friends. Pet friendly just please keep the leashed and clean up after them. Watch for bear activity and make sure to keep all food and enticing items locked up.
We stayed at the campground while at a Soccer tournament. Great place to stay very clean. River is a short walk from any camping spot! Will definitely be back!
Located around 5 minutes to Eagle River. Beautiful location on River. ADA accessibility. Dump station on site. Restrooms available. There is a fee and a limit on how long you can stay. It was 4 days when we were there. Trails are nearby and fishing opportunities.
Had a great time and the nature is beautiful.
Nice, well equipped campground. Sits right on the Eagle River. River is very fast, so advise watching pets and children carefully. Close to Anchorage, but far enough out of town to get away from the hustle. Still a slightly busy campground in summer months.
This campground seems to be a very popular one just North if the city of Anchorage. It’s a nice setting but busy! Bathrooms are a hike and we had to essentially share a spot with another group of campers. Ultimately that was okay, but I prefer sites that aren’t so jam packed.
Amazing terrain but be prepared to get wet. You can easily get places and stay dry but for the full fledged adventure you’ll need to cross water and not just any water, make sure you know what you are doing! I love that this park is close to town but makes you feel like you’re lost in nature.
it’s an overall fun and great camping ground. clean and good upkeep on the restrooms and the campground sits are nice and well taken care of. only thing to keep it from being 5 star is no trash cans.
This was a close 10 minutes from my home and helped satiate my desire to get away from town for the night. I definitely prefer more off the grid places than Eagle river, but the sites were great and the bathrooms pretty clean and stocked.