Spend The Night At Alaska’s Most Haunted Campground For A Truly Terrifying Experience
Whittier is all around a creepy place. With a long, narrow tunnel through the mountain just to get there, you arrive a little bit spooked from driving through that much darkness. The tunnel spits you out right on the waterfront where usually a sheet of fog blocks the view. Camp at Whittier Camping & Parking for a paranormal weekend you’ll never forget. You can explore the reportedly haunted town and see for yourself if any of it is true.
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