Denali National Park & Preservewrite a review Savage Canyon Trail
Healy, AK 99743
GPS: 63.74, -149.294
|Last Price Paid:||$30|
|Number of Sites:||35|
33 Fleetwood Bounder 33C
2009 Smart fortwo
“This is a great ‘get your feet wet’ base camp.”
Reviewed Jan 29, 2016
For around $30 per night we stayed at Savage near mile 14 inside the park. This is a great ‘get your feet wet’ base camp. Chat up the rangers at the visitor’s center, take in the short hikes near the park entrance and spend some time at the moose & elk viewing hot spot just a few miles down the road. The larger RV spots are pull-through but narrow. We were secluded in our site and couldn’t see another camper on any side which was lovely. There are lots of trees but we found several sites that weren’t completely surrounded. So, if it’s sunny and you have solar you may be able to charge your batteries.
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Denali National Park is six million acres of beautiful, pristine Alaska wilderness. It’s a shining example of preservation and solitude. But let me tell you, planning a camping trip to Denali Nation...
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Denali Natl Park, Alaska