Welcome to Kasilof RV Park
We are different than most campgrounds in Alaska.
We are a small, beautiful park with 17 campsites separated by trees and flowers. Centrally located in the middle of the Kenai Peninsula, the most famous salmon fishing area of the state. We take pride in calling our park a FAMILY CAMPGROUND where everyone can relax, get to know your neighbors, spend an evening together around the campground fire-pit talking, cooking hot dogs or S'mores, singing and having fun with new acquaintances.
Save Time—Save Money—Ditch the hassle.
We have several campers from local cities like Anchorage, Wasilla, and Palmer that spend the entire summer with us. This is what they have to say:
Save even more with cheaper winter storage rates. Kasilof RV Park is a great place to take a break from your busy summer—relax and enjoy nature with the occasional eagle, loons, and swans flying overhead or a momma moose with babies munching their way through the park.Or take a walk around Johnson Lake or on the nearby beach at the mouth of the beautiful Kasilof River.
We are close to the major King, Red and Silver salmon fishing rivers of the Kasilof and the Kenai, King and Silver fishing on Deep Creek and Ninilchik river, charter boats for Halibut on the Cook Inlet, and clamming on Alaska's famous razor-clam beaches. Enjoy catching trout or boating across the road in Johnson Lake. There are no Tent sites. Kasilof RV Park has modern, clean facilities, the bathrooms and showers are rated 9.5. All of the park campsites have water and electricity. Nine (9) of the campsites have sewer connection and we do have a dump station for your convenience.
We have WiFi and a Propane filling station!
The park will be open this summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Kasilof RV Park is located approximately 15 miles south of Soldotna, AK. Use 21377 Crooked Creek Road, Kasilof, Alaska on your GPS.
See our Salmon Fishing Prime Times and Halibut Fishing Suggestions, to determine the best dates to come to our area for fishing. Clamming may be restricted for 2016- so be sure to check before planning a clamming trip in the area.
The campsites of the park are located on a plateau above Crooked Creek, across the road from Johnson Lake. The back six acres of the property borders on Crooked Creek and is heavily forested. In the future we hope to make this area an open hiking area for the guest’s bird and wildlife watching.
The eight campsites located at the front of the park across the road from Johnson Lake have full hook-ups and seven are pull-throughs. Each of the sites are separated by natural areas of wildflowers, berries and some trees. Most of these sites are capable of holding large RVs plus vehicle or trailer. The sites are roomy and most have views of Johnson Lake across the road.
The nine campsites in the second row have water and electricity. Five of the nine are pull-throughs and more secluded than the front row. Back-in campsites 10 and 11 are surrounded by large birch and cottonwoods. The park has an easily accessible dump station located in the front of the Lodge building (the long orange building).
In order to keep the more secluded atmosphere away from the city noise and the hustle-bustle of a fishing campground, we have eliminated the use of the rear 15 sites for camping. This will help reduce the number of people in the campground and have less stress on the facilities. These sites may be used for storage of trailers, extra vehicles or boats during the summer.
The Lodge has both men’s and women’s bathrooms and three individual showers which will be open during the daytime and is handicap accessible. In addition, there is a laundry area with three washers and three dryers for the guest convenience
During the summer of 2009, a camp firepit was added behind the Lodge. The firepit is opened daily from 5 pm to 10 pm daily. Firewood is provided. Children under the age of 16 are not allowed without parent supervision. CAMPFIRES AT THE CAMP SITES ARE NOT PERMITTED due to Forest Service restrictions.
Trout fishing is allowed in Johnson Lake. Salmon fishing is available in the Kasilof and Kenai Rivers. Crooked Creek is not open for fishing until August 1st. Fishing poles are available for rent and fishing hooks, sinkers, and bobbers are for sale in the office. Salmon fishing locations and fishing instructions are available at the office. Click here for current rates and to make a reservation.
Kasilof RV Park is right in the center of all that is happening. Whether you enjoy relaxing in a quiet campground, sight seeing, bird watching, fishing or clamming, there are so many things to do that you will wish summer lasted all year long.
If you want to go sightseeing you can take a trip to Homer stopping in Ninilchik at the old Russian Church and the Tractor Pull at Deep Creek
Maybe watch them clam on the beaches of the Cook Inlet or just enjoy the beautiful mountain vistas across the water. Take a water ferry ride over Kachemak Bay to Seldovia or an airplane ride to the Katmai National Park and watch the bears catching salmon.
You could also drive over to Seward and visit the fascinating Alaska Sea Life Center or take a boat tour of the glaciers and fertile waters of Resurrection Bay and the Kenai Fjords National Park.
You will see all kinds of sea life and birds and maybe even a whale or two. On the way stop by the Russian River Ferry and watch them fish for salmon.
Maybe you prefer to fish or clam! The peninsula has the premier salmon fishing rivers of the world and Cook Inlet is well known for it’s huge Halibut. The beaches of the Cook Inlet have the famous Alaskan razor clams.
Kasilof RV Park’s central location puts you close to all the great fishing and clamming action of the Kenai Peninsula while you get to stay in a natural park setting – not just a parking lot. We’d be happy to help you explore some of the many tour or charter options and we can book your reservations for these fabulous trips.
(for 2 adults and family under 18)
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CAMPSITE RATES per night
SITES 1 to 8
SITES 9 to 16
Additional adults, $2 per night
(June through August)
Daily Storage $1
With Electricity $2
Yearly (no electric) $350
July 8th - July 30
We are now accepting Deposits for 2016 July campsites. Due to the large demand for campsites during Red season, advanced reservations (submitted between September 2015 - May 2016) for July 8-30 require a minimum 7 night stay during the period of July 8th - July 30. There is a $50 non-refundable deposit for the reservation and the total payment for the campsite must be paid by May 20th, 2016.
May 27 - July 7 and July 13 - September 5
Advanced reservations for 5/27/2016 - 7/7/2016 and 7/31/2016 - 9/5/2016 do not require a minimum stay and the deposit is one night camping fee.
We accept PayPal for secure online payment as well as accepting personal checks or your credit card information by phone (after May 15th) for the deposit and advanced nightly campsite payments. Please mark the type of payment you prefer when you request your campsite. You will then receive an e-mail confirmation of the site availability and an invoice for the deposit.
May, June and August - Your deposit will be refunded if you cancel your reservation one week prior to your arrival date.
July - There is a No Refund Policy for the month of July.