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May Creek, Alaska

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6 Reviews of 2 May Creek, Alaska Campgrounds

SJ D.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Sep. 5, 2021

Stunning views

Great spot for families, only 1/2 from McCarthy and 5 miles from Kennicott. Over the footbridge you can take public shuttles for a fee to Kennicott.

Warning- McCarthy can attract a lot of partying, some visitor may be louder and stay up late.

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Month of VisitAugust
Lazy C.The Dyrt PRO User
Reviewed Jun. 27, 2021

End of the road

Parking/campground at the end of the road. 25$ for very limited service. The view of the glacier is nice but the rest of the campground has no charm. If you have time, look for a dispersed site 10miles or so before McCarty.

Month of VisitJuly
Shadara W.
Reviewed Aug. 12, 2019

Breathtaking Views!

This is less of a campsite and more of a just roughing-in it (boondocking) on the side of the river on some gravel. Gorgeous views in every direction so worth the gravelly spots. Perfect Campground for the jumping off into Kennicott and McCarthy. Listen to the Raging River as you fall asleep.…

K
Reviewed Jun. 7, 2019

Friendly host, lots of space

The host was really friendly and helpful, easy going guy who owns the property. It’s a flat rate and you can camp wherever you want! There is lots of space to have your own spot. There are lots of fire pits and picnic tables around, as well as outhouses. Great location right by the river and bridge…

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Hannah W.
Reviewed May. 12, 2019

Rocky and sketchy but with amazing views!

I came to this campground in the middle of May. No one else seemed to be camping there. There were cars parked in the parking area but most of them seemed to be broke down. No one ever even acknowledged that we were there. You pay buy an honor system of filling out a white slip of paper and putting…

  • Footbridge into McCarthy, AK
  • View of Root Glacier from campground.
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A
Reviewed Sep. 5, 2016

Remote, difficult to get to, and totally worth it!

Chugach Mountains on one side, the Root Glacier on the other, and a rushing river on the third side. The MOST gorgeous scenery at a campsite I've ever been to. There is no NP campground in this remote part of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park (the largest NP in the US). You can either drive the…

  • Campsite with Chugach Mountains
  • Flight to campground
  • Kennicott
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