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Wooded Campsites At
The Base Of The Majestic
Chugach Mountains
1200 Airport Road
Valdez, Alaska 99686
About Valdez Glacier Campground Daily Rate Information 907.873.4058
Valdez Glacier Campground is located at Amenities
the base of the Chugach Mountains beneath The campground offers 87 standard campsites,
the famous Valdez Glacier. Glacier run-off 21 RV pads (20/30, 50 amp), dump site,
shower house and six latrines. All sites include
Open Memorial Day
provides a beautiful waterfall that cascades
into a crystal clear creek in our Large Group picnic tables and fire rings. We have three
Area. Large Group Areas that provide plenty of room

Visitors to the campground will be struck by

for group camping and family events.
Weekend through
Labor Day Weekend
it’s beauty and grandeur. Campers can watch Daily Tent Sites
mountain goats graze on the steep slopes $10 Military
overlooking the campground. $20 Public

A nesting pair of bald eagles occupy the Large Group Area - minimum 5 tents
Valdez Glacier Campground in the summer $5/tent Military
months. Campsites 102-105 are off limits to $10/tent Public
give this protected family privacy. However,
they are close enough for that perfect RV Pad (20/30 amp) RV Pad (50 amp)
photograph. $25 Military $30 Military
$35 Public $40 Public
Travel Trailers*

Rental Equipment*
Tents, sleeping bags, coolers, mountain bikes,
canoes and more!
*Travel trailers, fishing trips and rental equipment Check us out on Facebook!
are available to DoD cardholders and retirees only.
Search “Fmwr Fort Greely”
Deep Sea Fishing Trips

Fishing Trips (authorized patrons only*)

Day trip - approximately 30 miles to Bligh Reef
$800 - buy boat for 1 day, max. 6 people
(4 people fishing at any given time)
$250 - optional surcharge to travel 60 miles to
Hitchin Brook and/or Montegue Islands

• Outdoor Recreation (ODR) will have a Stand-By List for the

fishing charter. Please call ODR at 907-873-4058 for details
and secure a spot on the list.
Campground Information
The Valdez Glacier Campground takes pride in the beauty and serenity of this location. Guidelines have been established to ensure all
guests have a pleasant camping experience. For a complete list of campground guidelines please refer to the information boards, camp
host, and/or our Facebook page (search “Fmwr Fort Greely”). Below is a summary of the most commonly asked questions:
-Quiet hours are in effect from 2200-0600 (this includes generators, radios, idling vehicles and other loud activities)
-All pets must be on a leash (not to exceed 8 ft.) and owners are responsible for cleaning up after their pets
-Large Group Areas are available for day use between 0600-2200; Camping is permitted in Large Group Areas, with a minimum
of 5 tents/camping structures
-Limit shower facility usage to 15 minutes per person. The access code to the shower house will be changed every Wednesday,
see camp host for current code
Upon arrival immediately register with camp host or complete self registration, then proceed to campsite. Campsites are limited to 2
camping structures per site with a maximum of 2 vehicles. Campsites are available on a first come first serve basis. Check-in for all
campsites is no earlier than 1300. Check-out for all campsites is no later than 1100, campers will be charged another night’s stay if all Cancellation Policy
possessions are not removed from campsite by 1100. Campers arriving before 0600 are required to pay for the previous night. Reservations must be made in advance for travel
trailers and fishing trips. All reservation cancella-
Be Bear Aware!
Bear have been seen repeatedly in this area. Do not leave food or garbage at your campsite, campground outhouses or shower house.
tions must be made no later than 7 days prior to
Deposit all garbage in the bear-proof dumpster located at the entrance of the campground. Absolutely no cleaning of fish or game in the arrival/fishing date to qualify for a refund.
campground at any time. Leftovers from cooking must be disposed of properly in the bear proof dumpster, even small remnants in the
fire-pit will attract bear. Wash cooking dishes thoroughly and dispose of waste water at the dump site. Fishing trips are weather dependant and may be
cancelled at any time upon the Captain’s discretion.
Traveling South on the Richardson Highway, the trip is approximately 260 miles from Fort Greely. About 5 miles before you arrive in For information on fishing, availability, and
Valdez, you will see a major intersection with a flashing yellow light. Turn right onto Airport Road and travel 3 miles, the campground will
be on your left. reservations call ODR at 907-873-4058.