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Eagle River Campground, Chugach State Park, Anchorage, Alaska

When rolling into this campground just about a dozen miles north of Anchorage, we were surprised with how wooded and private it felt. We were also greeted by many postings on trees of recent bear activity within the campground. We were on high alert, but never heard or saw a thing while exploring this campground's river, hiking trails or campground loops. Interior roads and site pads here are paved and level, something not often seen on one's journey to Alaska. Despite its appearance of being less primitive and basically in a city setting, sites here do not have hookups of any kind. We also found it interesting that the main kiosk at the entrance was not staffed throughout our three night stay. Additionally, the camp host was not seen roaming about. We searched and found her tucked off the loops of the campground in a trailer. Another quirk: water fill here is limited to 20 gallons and comes from an upright, above ground rickety plastic tank and the dump station was
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Eagle River Campground, Chugach State Park, Anchorage, Alaska

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