- This is a 12-site, tent-only campground, with two sites that are wheelchair accessible. Sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. * Each site is limited to 2 tents and no more than 8 people per campsite. * There are no reservations or camping fees. There is a fourteen day stay limit. * A shelter for food storage, cooking and dining is provided for the campground. Cooking and/or storing food in campsites is prohibited. There is a pump for drinking water and pit toilets are available. * The campground frequently fills by early evening in July and August. * Pets are not permitted in campsites. * Vehicle camping is strictly prohibited.
Stayed here on my big Alaska trip. Really not much to it, but it was a super nice place to stay. I think there was only around 15 sites or so, and they are first come first served. There were some toilets and food storage. We were just passing through but it was a great place to stay for the night. Make sure to check out the exit glacier trail not too far from there. We also took a little day cruise in Seward which was a ton of fun. I would definitely recommend something like that. This was a great stop on our trip!
I had no problem.
This is a nice little walk in campground. The sites aren't very far from the car and the food storage/shelter/eating area isn't far from the car either. The further in you camp, the more privacy you score and the furthest away ends up by the gravel bar with the braided river lulling you to sleep. There wasn't any wind and the mosquitos were INSANE! Bring your bugspray and a headnet. The campground was having a problem with bears in the area. The bear storage bin had recently been attacked sporting huge dents and claw scratches.
This would be a terrific walk in tent site option to try out. Exit glacier is beautiful with nice trails. My 5 and 7 year olds did the walk just fine from parking lot to the glacier (maybe 20 min). There is a one mile wheelchair accessible trail loop with views of the glacier. There are two accessible camp sites. You are not allowed to store food at your campsite but there is a communial storage area for these items. There are vaulted toilets and a cooking area to use.
Exit glacier is an amazing destination for all ages and capabilities. Although dogs are not welcome on the hike, it is short enough that you won’t be missed long. If you can’t do much hiking, the path is paved to a viewing point but you can still get extrordinarily close without any extreme terrain. I visit almost every year while visiting family and reccomend it to anyone coming from out of state. A lot of Alaska’s glaciers are hard to access but this one isn’t!
This is one of the most beautiful places on earth! Nothing beats camping near a glacier!
After hiking the Harding ice field, I camped here. It was perfect! Prime location after a long hike, clean & free.
I'm totally obsessed with this campground. It is beautiful. Great campsites for RVs and tents. So much to do here activity wise too. Went kayaking and ice climbing. Such a great location. It is also right on the inlet. So pretty as the sun sets. Lots of glaciers and snow caps.
Great and unique campground with glacier views. Tents only and campground is clean and well maintained. Can be busy, but generally not to bad. Nice little hike out to the glacier or longer hikes up to the ice field if you want. Be bear aware, especially with food as there is lots of wildlife in the area. Close enough to Seward, but a ways down the road so a vehicle is recommended as the campground is a ways from town. Easy enough for a day trip into Seward tho for water activities, beach, brewery, etc.
This campground is clean and tidy, has a wonderful mountain view, and it's free! Park rangers patrol regularly, which is both a nuisance (when they woke my husband asking him if he had food in his tent) and an excellent safety feature considering how frequently bears are encountered in the area. Dogs are not allowed in the campground (rangers enforce this) but can be in the parking lot and in your car.