Camping in Katmai National Park & Preserve


Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alaska

Recent Reviews Near Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alaska

4 Reviews of 5 Katmai National Park & Preserve, Alaska Campgrounds

Dan X.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jan. 5, 2021

Campground could have been on a pile of trash and it'd still be worth it

Fortunately the campground was lovely in addition to the BEARS. Flew from Florida to Seattle to Anchorage to King Salmon .. and then took a little puddle jumper to Brooks Camp. A long and expensive trip, but worth it for the bears (and I got my money shot of a bear named Lefty catching a fish at…

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Joe C.
Reviewed Aug. 30, 2020


So far out of the way you think you’ll go missing and no one will ever now.. wow little morbid anyways, loved the site I choose totally will do it again

Rubi V.
Reviewed Jul. 4, 2018

Amazing place, once in a lifetime experience!

Beautiful place, they have clean bathrooms and enough space for the tents. It has an electric fence for avoiding the bears to enter. You can walk to the lunge (about 1/2 km) for having prepared food and even a bath if you pay for using the hot water. They also have spaces for making fire and cook…

Reviewed Jul. 27, 2017

One of a kind experience; Nothing quite like it in the National Parks

If you are a national parks enthusiast, or even remotely interested in them, you’ve probably heard of this spot in Alaska where you can witness bears grabbing salmon straight out of a waterfall. This is Brooks Camp, in Katmai National Park.

To camp at Brooks Camp is very tricky. Sites are…

  • Video highlights from our time in the park
  • Viewing the bears from the observation deck
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