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Popular Campsites in Alaska

Bruce Weyhrauch

For more than three decades, Bruce Weyhrauch has been practicing law in Alaska. A graduate of Northwestern School of Law of Lewis & Clark College, he works with clients throughout Bering Sea, Prince William Sound, and Southeast Alaska as a solo practitioner. An avid outdoorsman, Bruce Weyhrauch enjoys camping in his free time.

Below are just a few popular campsites in Alaska:

- Brushkana Campground: Open to car, RV, and tent campers, Brushkana Campground is located off Brushkana Creek in the Denali National Park. The site grants campers easy access to plenty of animal sightings and wilderness exploration opportunities.

- Kingfisher Camp: An ideal spot for waterfront camping, Kingfisher Camp is open from May to around mid-October. It’s a great destination for last-minute camping and can accommodate RVs and tents. This camp doesn’t have any toilets, showers, or campfires, but it does allow pets.

- Hidden Lake Campground: Featuring three loops of campsites, Hidden Lake Campground is a well-maintained campsite on Cooper Landing. However, campers must be cautious of bears wandering through the area during summertime.

- Quartz Lake Campground: Located just north of the Delta Junction, Quartz Lake Campground is a popular destination for camping and fishing enthusiasts. While at this site, campers can enjoy abundant fishing opportunities on the lake or relax on the lake’s banks.

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