Kasilof RV Park is located approximately 15 miles south of Soldotna, AK. Turn left at the Sterling Highway mile 110.1 on Johnson Lake Road (across from Central Emergency Facility). Follow the signs on Johnson Lake Road past Tustumena Lake Road to the next left, Crooked Creek Road. Drive 1/4 mile south to the entrance of Kasilof RV Park (21377 Crooked Creek Road on your GPS).
Campsites 6, 7, 8, 16 and 17 are occupied each summer and their campers are stored all year long. Campsites 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 15 have full hook-ups and most are pull-throughs. Each of the sites are separated by natural areas of wildflowers, berries and some trees. Most of the pull-through sites are capable of holding large RVs plus a vehicle. The sites are roomy and some have views of Johnson Lake across the road.
Campsites 9 through 13 in the second row have water and electricity and are more secluded than the front row with alders, large birch and cottonwood trees. Two of the five are a pull-through.
The park has an easily accessible dump station located in the front of the Lodge building for use of registered campers at no cost.
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. There are no additional charges for restrooms or showers.
In addition, there is a laundry area with three washers and two dryers for the guests convenience. A campground firepit is available behind the Lodge. Open to guests daily and firewood is provided.
Our prices are the lowest on the Kenai Peninsula—all in a comfortable park like setting.
See current prices and make a reservation inquiry today!
We do require a deposit for holding your reservation. Monthly and summer reservation deposits are $100 and weekly are $50. Weekly reservations are 7 days, monthly reservations are 31 days and summer reservations are from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
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|An eagle overlooks the park|
Loons on Johnson Lake
Swans enjoying Johnson Lake
Relax and watch the wildlife!