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Fires Allowed
Pets Allowed
Drinking Water
About South Rolly Lake Campground

98 sites.

The recreation area combination of lakes, wetlands, and forests create an ideal habitat for many mammals and birds. Perhaps most noticeable to the summer visitor are water dwellers, especially beaver and waterfowl. Beavers are active in lakes and ponds throughout the park and visitors can see evidence of their work. These animals are vital to maintaining crucial water levels in the ecosystem; their dams and lodges must not be disturbed.

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State
Access
Drive In
Boat In
Features
ADA Accessible
Alcohol Allowed
Drinking Water
Fires Allowed
Firewood Available
Pets Allowed
Phone Service
Picnic Table
Toilets
Trash Available
Location
South Rolly Lake Campground is located in Alaska
Latitude
61.6652 N
Longitude
-150.1369 W
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9 Reviews of South Rolly Lake Campground
Canoe Trails!

6 miles of canoe trails on Nancy Lake to keep you nice and busy all weekend long. Tons of hiking, camp host, firewood for sale $8 or 2 for $15, several lake access day use sites with picnic tables and fire rings. Bear proof trash so they are here people.

Quiet slice of Alaska

I love the South Rolly Lake campground. We have been going here for years. The sites are large and campground staff clean them daily after campers leave. The outhouses are clean and also maintained daily. There are canoe and kayak rentals and the dock is great for fishing or swimming! There are also great hiking trails accessible from the campground including the Red Shirt Lake trail.

Moose Galore!

This seems like a well loved campsite and the lake was beautiful! Lots of sites to choose from and a lot of moose!

Like few people?

Amazing how many of the sites don't look like they are often used! Several large pull through sites . we choose the B loop and have a beautiful site on a hill. Large and roomy. Potable water available in nearby Willow at Three Bears. Pit toilets and we'll water in the campground ( boil water).

Great weekend getaway

We stayed here using a pull through site, no power with a walking path directly to the lake. It ended up raining the whole weekend but was still a great trip. The camp hosts were helpful with fire wood for sale, the toilets not terrible and bathroom area clean, kayak/canoe rentals on location, water, and a little sand area for kids to play in. We brought a canopy to hide from the rain, canoeing attire, food to cook on the campfire, fishing equipment and warm clothes. The second time we visited we needed shorts and tank tops! I would definitely return for a relaxing day on the lake.

Surprise Adventure

We were aiming for Nancy Lake Park and didn’t pull up our maps and found ourselves at South Rolly. This was a wonderful surprise! The campground has so many cool sites tucked away. There is also a lovely little central area safe for kids to play in. We stayed up until the rise telling stories around the fire and taking late night swims.

Great wooded campground

This is a family favorite. We enjoy the beautiful lake, hiking trails and just the peace and quiet the campground has to offer. Sites are pretty generous and private. Hiking trails are bountiful and beautiful. There is a canoe trail between some lakes around the area and South Rolly Lake itself is fun to take your canoe or kayak out on.

Great launching off point for Nancy Lake Recreation Area

Great, well maintained campground for a base camp for exploring the Nancy Lake Rec. Area! We hiked on the nearby Red Shirt Lake Trail and caught a ton of small northern pike on Red Shirt Lake. There is a great canoe rental shop in the campground that provides everything you need to get on the water.

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Nice Lakeside Campground

This campground can be found at the end of Nancy Lake Pkwy and have lots of great camping spots to choose from. Friendly host and clean facilities. A few great hikes nearby, including Red Shirt Lake trail and great water recreation opportunities on the lake, including kayaking and canoeing. Was busier when I was there but beautiful views at the campsite. Visited in late fall too not to camp but for daytime recreation and love it!