Kyla M.
soldotna, AK
Joined July 2018
21 and loving life. nature is where i find my inner peace. alaska is my open playground. everyday i have off of work you may (or may not find me) hidden in the woods with my adventure buddy gus (my doggo) and whoever else may be down for a gettaway in nature.
not much for camping

there's not a lot of tent camping available. a lot of parking spaces for day use and motor homes not so much for your tenters. camp hosts though are some of the nicesest I've come across and the state park ranger who makes her rounds is extremely nice and knowledgeable about what's going on around town. the beach itself is among one of the best to spend a day beach combing for shells and sea glass. the beaches in Alaska vary from sand to rocks, clam gulch is for sure one of your sandy beaches. one of the best for clamming when or if it ever opens back up for it. a great spot to spend a day or have a gathering not so much for you're back country camper.

always reserved

was slightly disappointed in the way spots work. we tried to stay on the lake side but all spots were "reserved" but sat empty the entire weekend we were there. other than that the sites are clean open and set up well. each sites has its own picnic table and fire pit. there's two sides to this campground; the lake side or the creek side. I would recommend going online to reserve a spot on the lake if that's what you are going for. we camped on the creek side where it was less sunny and ridden with bugs. campground does have bathrooms with running water which in alaska is quite the amenity! there's also a hidden geocache so keep your eyes open

rocks!!!

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

stay or just play

this campground is filled with plenty of spots to chose from! whether you're a rv camper or tent camper this is the place to get away. gorgeous sunsets and sunrises! don't forget the bug spray and bear deterrent as you are very much In their turf. the road to this oasis can at times be rough and only accessable with a 4x4 truck or SUV. also if one is patient and experienced enough there are some beautiful lake trout hiding out there