Go Camping Along the Alaska Highway

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Take advantage of the two free campgrounds that can accommodate RVs and tent campers as you drive from Canada along the 65 mile northern border of the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge. Visitors can stop by the Tetlin Refuge Visitor Center (open May to September) and can pick up an audio tour to listen to as you drive along the Alaska Highway. Activities such as wildlife viewing, canoeing, fishing, and hiking are popular activities within the refuge. Picnic tables, fire rings, and restrooms are available along the highway. Learn more on the Tetlin National Wildlife Refuge website.

Duration
2-3 Days
Ages
Kids
Families
Adults
Seasons
Summer
Activities
Birding
Camping
Floating & Boating
Hiking
Sightseeing
Wildlife Viewing
Is fee required?
No, fee is not required
Time of the day
Day
Can reservations be made?
No, reservations are not available
Pets Allowed?
No