KOA Campgrounds in Alaska

Alaska is a Great Place to Visit!

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Camping in Alaska

There's a reason Alaska is called the Last Frontier. As the northernmost state in the continental U.S., Alaska represents a land untouched and untarnished by civilization. Whether you are planning to take your RV through Denali National Park and Preserve or you need a cozy homebase for your fishing adventure, you can count on Kampgrounds of America for an unparalleled experience.

With several locations across the state, Kampgrounds of America offers convenience and comfort so that you can enjoy your epic travels in Alaska.

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Popular Alaska Attractions

  • Glacier Bay National Park and Preserve
  • Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
  • Sitka
  • Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Kodiak Island

Find Your Alaska Campground

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Fairbanks / Chena River KOA Journey
North Pole, AK
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Homer / Baycrest KOA Holiday
Homer, AK
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Palmer / Anchorage North KOA Journey
Palmer, AK
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Seward KOA Journey
Seward, AK
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Valdez, AK
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Find A Relaxing Campground With The Right Amenities For You

KOA is the perfect way to experience Alaska. Our campgrounds offer safe and familiar surroundings so that you have a cozy place to return at the end of each unforgettable day. Each KOA location offers amenities designed to make even the most seasoned traveler smile, such as:

  • Clean bathrooms with hot water
  • A KOA store for forgotten necessities
  • Convenient laundry facilities
  • A playground for little adventurers
  • Hookups for Alaska RV campers

KOA campgrounds have tons of fun for campers of all ages. Be sure to check with individual locations to see what is offered, but depending on your location you may be able to enjoy movie nights, karaoke, mini golf, swimming pools, rock climbing walls and other great activities.

Types of KOA Campsites in Alaska

KOA has campsites that appeal to every kind of camper. Whether you're looking for an Alaska RV campground or you prefer traditional tents or cabins with relaxing amenities, here are the many ways you can stay with KOA:

  • Tent camping: Pitch your tent in the pristine beauty of the Alaskan landscape. Tent Sites allow you to enjoy a traditional camping trip while still having ample amenities and on-site activities.
  • RV camping: If you have made the long trek to the Final Frontier, you undoubtedly need a cozy place to rest from the open road. KOA RV Sites come complete with all the RV-friendly amenities you could ask for, including full-hookups, 30- and 30-amp service and plenty of space to back in or pull through. Some of our RV Sites also feature a KOA Patio┬«, the perfect place to relax as the sun slips behind the tree-lined horizon.
  • Camping Cabins: Leave the tent at home and enjoy a rustic cabin in the woods. Our cozy Camping Cabins are the ideal solution for those who love camping, but prefer a roof over their head, a bed and electricity.
  • Deluxe Cabins: Take your vacation to the next level with a KOA Deluxe Cabin. These luxurious offerings feature a private bathroom. Some Deluxe Cabins may also come with a few extra amenities like a TV, kitchenettes and bed linens.
  • Glamping Tents and other unique lodging options: If you have a taste for adventure, you may want to try a different kind of abode. Some KOA Campgrounds give guests unique lodging options, such as Glamping Tents, tepees, Airstream trailers and more. Be sure to check with individual KOA Campgrounds to see what they offer.

Camp Near Popular Attractions in Alaska

KOA is proud to serve as your gateway to Alaska and the incredible adventures you will find around every bend. Your trip will be defined by natural wonders. Even the state's largest city, Anchorage, sits right against the Alaskan wilderness.

At 20,320-feet, Denali is the highest peak in North America. This mountain will dominate your view as you explore Denali National Park and Preserve. You might also head south to the Kenai Peninsula, where grizzlies roam, and the salmon are ready to be plucked from the waters. Explore "The End of the Road" in the quaint hamlet of Homer, Alaska, or load your car aboard the Alaska State Ferry for stunning views of the Prince William Sound.

Book Your Stay at a KOA Campground in Alaska

If you are ready to experience the wilds of Alaska with all the comforts of home, book your reservation at a KOA Campground in Alaska. Make your reservation online or give us a call. Adventure awaits.

Alaska Campgrounds Map

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