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Beluga , ALASKA

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Most Recent Beluga Camping Reviews

I am looking for a campsite put tent down hangout by myself cook on the fire wood buy at the store can you ask much cost stay out here for one night.

Right in the city

I don’t hate this RV Park which is saying a lot. There are 60 sites and this RV park is open from May 15 until Labor Day. You can reserve RV and tent sites online but you must call for cabin rentals.. This is right in the heart of Soldotna and close to anything you might have forgotten. 

No longer there is now Red Robin

This RV Park is no longer there it is now a Red Robin

Very nice military camp grounds

Stayed 2 nights on labor day weekend. Very cool spot. All campsites were pull through. Facilities were nice and well maintained. Full hook ups. Only bad thing was a ton of wasps. Spotted 4 giant nests within 200 ft of my camp spot otherwise great

Lots of fun

I live on base and recently purchased a pop up. Took a maiden voyage here to feel out the beast and work out the kinks. Kids had a great time. All sites were back in other than the tent sites. Walking distance from commissary, bx, and shoppette but still felt like wilderness. Really had a good weekend and would recommend to anyone with base access. Will go again


Must be able to access JBER via veteran status, DOD or military. A great spot to chill for the weekend but still be close to base life. Great for veterans who want a base to explore Anchorage or visit family. Playground for the kids, showers, dump and full hookups.

First to Review
JBER camping

Open to military, veterans and DOD only, must have access to JBER to use. Sites are far enough apart but dont have privacy of trees with the undergrowth all cleaned out. However not a bad campground overall. Free dump, playground, showers and plenty of sites.

Wooded park on Kenai Coast

Nice separation between sites here. Beach is just minutes away. We’re hoping the clouds will move so we can see the volcanoes.


if you are a rock hound this is the place for you! the campground itself is one of my personal favorites on the peninsula. the secludedness, the beauty, and honestly the mantality of the people coming through. it's nothing fancy, no hook ups no level paved driveways for your class a motor home, but if you're looking for a place to reconnect to nature, you've found the perfect place! just don't forget the bug spray or it won't be the bears you have to fear eating you. miles of beach to walk and scavenge for aguts and jade. there's plenty of camp spots to chose from, three well kept outhouses and a ice cold water pump to rinse off those sandy toes after a long day on the beach

Farmyard camping

For starters my children love this campground. It is fun filled with animals, bicycle rentals, basketball court, playground, seasonal berry picking, eagles nest close by, caribou viewing, balcony viewing area, fire rings and fishing is nearby in the Kenai River. The campsites are well groomed with clean bathrooms/shower rooms. The hosts are more than welcoming and make your visit pleasant. There isn’t much to privacy at this campground but it has a nice homey atmosphere. This was nicely located with a fun twist to camping with the animals! We’ve stayed once in the paddock area another in the grass area on the other side. I preferred the open grass area for the children to run around in without animals. I would recommend this campground to families.