Billie's

Backpackers

Hostel

 
CAMPGROUNDS

PUBLIC LANDS CAMPGROUNDS IN INTERIOR ALASKA 
There are dozens of campgrounds, wilderness areas, trails, and recreation areas in Interior Alaska. MOST are accessible by road.


Each offer a variety of outdoor recreation possibilities and are managed by different Federal and State agencies, including:

Alaska's State Parks

Birch Lake State Recreation Site

Between Fairbanks and Delta, a small, new site with a lakeside beach.

Chena River State Recreation Site within the city of Fairbanks.

Chena River State Recreation Area A quarter million acre park offering miles of trails, campgrounds, and entry/exit points to Chena River, all in the heart of Alaska. Access 15 miles from Fairbanks.

Delta Junction Area State Parks Six parks near the town of Delta Junction - one historical park, three state recreation sites and two state recreation areas, including Quartz Lake State Recreation Area.

Harding Lake State Recreation Area Areas for such activities as baseball and volleyball, as well as lake access for a variety of water sports.

North of Fairbanks The Upper Chatanika State Recreation Site at the Steese Highway junction with the Chatanika River.

Salcha River State Recreation Site Offers access to the Salcha River and great fishing.

Tok Area Parks Three parks offering a variety of recreation opportunities.

BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT (BLM)

Pinnell Mountain National Recreation Trail
Steese National Conservation Area
White Mountains National Recreation Area

Information on

ALL PUBLIC LANDS

IN ALASKA


Alaska Public Lands Information Center


101 Dunkel St Ste 110,

Fairbanks, Alaska

99701

Contact Us:

Billie's Backpackers Hostel

2895 Mack Blvd.

Fairbanks, AK 99709

907-479-2034

info@alaskahostel.com