Cooper Creek Campground
Large campground with 26 sites, including 3 tent sites. $23 (single)/$33 (double). A non-refundable service fee will be added to each reservation by Recreation.gov
Water, toilets, tables, fire pits, and dumpsters.
ATTENTION: Campers Using Tents or Soft-sided Trailers
Bears have damaged tents and soft-sided trailers within the Campground in the past. For your safety and the safety of others, please store all attractants - food, garbage, hygiene items, and anything with a smell - in a hard-sided vehicle or in the storage locker provided on site. Be aware and advised that bear incidents within the Campground may trigger immediate prohibitions on tent and soft-sided vehicle camping through the issuance of an Emergency Order signed by the Forest Supervisor, which will require campers using these types of shelters to vacate the Campground.
At a Glance
|Residual smoke from prescribed pile burning will be visible from Cooper Creek Campground from mid fall until early winter 2023.
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|Reservations are made through Recreation.gov (1-877-444-6777) and are required and recommended for summer season camping. Reservations may be made up to180 days prior to your desired arrival date in the summer season (Memorial Day through Labor Day in September).
Travel south on the Seward Highway to the Sterling Highway. Turn towards Soldotna at the Y. The campground is at Milepost 50.7 of the Sterling Highway.
Spruce and cottonwood forest near Kenai River and Cooper Creek.
Map showing recreational areas. Map Information
Reservations can be made through the National Recreation Reservation System at www.recreation.gov. The maximum stay is 14 days.
River and Stream Fishing
Salmon fishing on the Kenai River is a popular activity.
|Easy to Intermediate