Owners Jon and Jan Welcome you to Kasilof RV Park

Kasilof RV Park

Jan and Jon welcome you to Kasilof RV Park

Kasilof RV Park is different from most campgrounds in Alaska.
A small, beautiful park with 17 campsites separated by trees and flowers–we are 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 having fun.
Well known for wildlife spotting, bird watching, wild flowers, and trout fishing at Johnson Lake.

Relax for a week, a month or the whole summer.

Across from the beautiful Johnson Lake

View of Johnson Lake, across the street from the park

Kasilof RV Park has modern, clean facilities, the bathrooms and showers are rated 9.5.  All of the park campsites have water and electricity. 

We have a Propane filling station!
Along with other services for guests we have Free WiFi and a Camp Fish Cleaning Table.

There are no Tent sites.

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.


Due to high demand, Kasilof RV Park is now an EXTENDED-STAY_CAMPGROUND.

The old Kasilof RV Park sign with the moose moves to the lodge.Picture of the new sign with new logo- Kasilof RV Park is now extended stay!

What does Extended-Stay mean? There is a minimum stay of:

One week during June and August, and the 
Full Month during July.

Stay the whole summer (Memorial Day through Labor Day) for a 35% discount.  Save even more with cheaper winter storage rates.

Kasilof RV Park is located approximately 15 miles south of Soldotna, AK. Use 21377 Crooked Creek Road, Kasilof, Alaska on your GPS.

July is Salmon Fishing Prime Time and we also have Halibut Fishing Suggestions. Clamming may be restricted for 2019- so be sure to check before planning a clamming trip in the area!
Remember that the last three weeks of July is Red season in the Kasilof and Kenai Rivers. We are always full during that period, you must make advanced reservations early. Last year we were full for July by early spring.

The park will be open this summer from Memorial Day to Labor Day.


Last year was our second year as an extended-stay park, and it was a big hit! We got to know everybody, and campers really enjoyed getting to know each other as well. Thanks to the new format we can now have special evenings where we all get together- like our Fourth of July celebration, a potluck where everybody had a blast (below)!

Lots of fun at Fourth of July potluck gathering!Campers enjoy a 4th of July potluck at the park.

Hope to see you this summer at
Kasilof RV Park!

The summer of 2018 was a great success. Everyone really enjoyed the longer term camping and getting to know their neighbors so much better. We had a wonderful time last year with lots of great people coming to camp with us. We have made so many friends over the past few years. Many visitors commented how quiet it was and how nice not to have the rowdiness of the fishing camps. We received many compliments of the cleanliness of our bathrooms and showers.

Jon and Jan Pyle
You are always welcome during the summer for a week, a month, or the entire summer.

Extended Stay Campground