You Can Camp Overnight At A Remote Beach In Alaska
Despite so many places to explore in the Last Frontier, this remote locale for beach camping in Alaska is one of the best around. Kachemak Bay, off the Kenai Peninsula, is a gorgeous place to spend some time. With hiking trails and plenty of wildlife, pack your camping kit and head on out to this beautiful location.
You can learn more about the park and all that it has to offer by going to the official state park website.
Have you ever been to this awesome remote spot? If so, which part was your favorite? If not, would you spend the night on this gorgeous, remote beach in Alaska? Do you have other great camping spots in Alaska? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!
If you’re looking for more fun camping spots, then make sure to check out our previous article: These 15 Rustic Spots In Alaska Are Extraordinary For Camping.
If you’re still in the mood for more Alaska adventures, take a look at this video about the scenic Richardson Highway:
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Adventures in Alaska
Where else can we go camping in Alaska?
- The Brushkana Campground located in Denali National Park sits right off of beautiful Brushkana Creek and is where you will find RV, car, and tent camping sites.
- The Chena River Lakes Campground located in Fairbanks, Alaska is very popular for those who want to catch views of the stunning Northern Lights.
- Hidden Lake Campground located in Soldotna features several campsite loops, a boat launch, a beach, and loads of recreational activities.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other awesome places to go camping in Alaska.
Where can we find small towns in Alaska?
- Craig is a popular place for both residents and visitors alike who like to fish, hike, and hunt.
- Funny River is chock full of exciting outdoor recreational activities like camping, fishing, boating, horseback riding, hiking, and ATV riding.
- Hoonah is the place to go for whale watching, kayaking, bear viewing, and ziplining, the latter reportedly the world’s largest and highest zipline.
Read on to learn more about some of the many charming small towns in Alaska.
Where can we go for a weekend getaway in Alaska?
- Chena Hot Springs located in Fairbanks is the place to go to enjoy natural hot springs, an ice palace and museum, aurora viewing, and more.
- The town of Seward located on the Kenai Peninsula is popular for boat tours, fishing, and visiting the Alaska Sea Life Center.
- The town of Ketchikan offers lots to do, including walking the historic boardwalk, hiking, and the nearby Misty Fjords National Monument.
Read on to learn more about some of the many other wonderful places to go for a weekend getaway in Alaska.