Campsites / RV Parks in Alaska

Alaska can be described in one syllable--huge. The state covers more than a half a million square miles, and south to north the airline distance is the same from Ketchikan to Barrow as from El Paso, Texas, to the Canadian border.

The southeast coast, rainy but mild, is a maze of wilderness islands and channels with seemingly endless forests, topped by spectacular glaciered ranges. Except for Haines, Hyder, and Skagway, no towns are connected by highway to any place else, so sightseeing by ship or air is common. Short cruises on small ships are offered in some communities. The towns also are connected by the Alaska State Ferry System, known as the Marine Highway.

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This lodge was homesteaded in 1959 by the Stoepler family while carving out a life in the Alaskan wilderness. The 32 wooded acres are bordered by beautiful Carlo Creek, Nenana River, and Denali National Park. Enjoy local cuisine at nearby dining establishments ranging from cafe style to fine dining. Carlo Creek Lodge offers a breathtaking view to rest and play all within minutes of local attractions. Carlo Creek Lodge is located at Mile 224 George Parks Highway also known as Highway # 3. We are only 12 miles south of the Denali National Park Entrance.

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