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About the Park

Kasilof RV Park is a ten-acre campground approximately 15 miles south of Soldotna and away from the noise of the Sterling Highway.
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.
Park Layout
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 three campsites #14, 15 & 16 in the second row also have full-hookups and are pull-through. The remaining five campsite #8, 9, 10, 11, 12 & 13 have water and electricity.  Two of these five are pull-through. These five campsites are more secluded than the front row and 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. 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 open daily and 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.  Salmon fishing locations and fishing instructions are available at the office. Click here for current rates and to make a reservation.
 
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