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13 Reviews of 17 Port Oceanic, Alaska Campgrounds
This location was definitely a great stay and loved the way everything looked for so long such a long time such a very long time
Great little spot by the water nice location and everything was clean and fresh loved it
Great prices and wonder time checking in and leaving was hard just because I wasn’t ready for it at the time lol
This cabin was great and wonderful to stay at not only are the prices reasonable but the cleanliness is hands down the best
Great time here amazing spot, very remote and secluded, great for witness protection if you ever find yourself in that situation, just saying .
When you think of the location of south central this Alaskan slice of paradise is great for a great away either romantic or for activities
This campground features 50 camping sites some are along the creek side. Make sure you plan ahead since the tunnel runs one way once an hour. Check your departures times. The tunnel is always a fun trip.
The cost is good at $20 an RV and $10-$20 for a car and tent depending on the number of…
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Technically, this area is not a managed or maintained camping area, and like most remote beaches in Alaska it's first come, first served but you're not likely to have much competition. This spot is located in beautiful Prince William Sound, approximately an hour boat…
A 5 mile paddle from Whittier, AK. Watch the weather waves can build up quickly. A number of tent platforms, 2 toilets and a few bear proof boxes. From this camp ground it is time to "decide" which way you want to go as the sound really opens up to you. There is fresh water but boil or filter it…
I spent three nights on the ferry from Bellingham, WA, to Skagway, AK. Camping on the deck was wonderful. You can pitch a tent on the deck, or sleep under the heated overhang. You can also get a private cabin if you’d like, or find a quiet place in other places on board. Movie theater, showers,…
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We took the Alaska Marine Highway from Whittier to Petersburg with stops in Yakutat and Juneau. Highly recommend getting a private room for overnight adventures but if you’re on a budget you can bring your tent and camp gear up to the solarium.
a different type of camping
This is the state of Alaska's public ferry system and runs from Bellingham, WA to Dutch Harbor, AK. Our journey started in Bellingham were we boarded the Columbia, the largest vessel in the AMH's fleet. It carries about 500 passengers who can either rent a cabin for an extra fee, pitch a tent on…
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