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Moose Pass RV Parks & Campgrounds

Moose Pass has several great campgrounds operated by the Forest Service. Trail River is the largest with 91 campsites. Ptarmigan and Primrose are smaller with 16 and 8 sites. There are no hook-ups for RVs.

Moose Pass is a great basecamp for exploring the nearby trails in the Chugach National Forest. You can also rent kayaks or join a guided tour. Or, you can drive to nearby Seward (40-45 minutes) for deep sea fishing charters or day cruises into Kenai Fjords National Park.

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Moose Pass Campgrounds

8 site RV park and camp­ground (no hook-ups) next to Kenai Lake, man­aged by the Chugach Nation­al For­est. Near­by hik­ing trail is the 7.5 mile Prim­rose Trail to Lost Lake. Boat tramp and toi­lets. Anglers can fish for dol­ly var­den, lake trout and rain­bow trout. Check with ADF&G for cur­rent fish­ing regulations.  ...more

16 sites in a wood­ed set­ting. There’s a fam­i­ly friend­ly trail that leads to Ptarmi­gan Lake. It’s a sev­en mile round trip and you’ll see sheep and goats along the way. There’s also good trout and Dol­ly Var­den fish­ing, so bring your gear.

91-site camp­ground for tents and RVs (no hook-ups). There’s a side-road that will take you to Kenai Lake, which has great trout fish­ing. The Kenai Riv­er has rain­bow and Dol­ly Var­den all through the summer.

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