Chena River State Recreation Area
Chena River State Recreation Area is a park for all seasons, with 397 square miles of forests, rivers, and alpine tundra. Whether you prefer a day hike or rock climb at Granite Tors, to harness up the dog team and escape into the snowy horizon or ride a 4-wheeler along a forest trail, this recreation area has something for everyone. The variety of activities draw more than 150,000 people to the Chena River State Recreation Area every year.
The campgrounds can accommodate all outdoor enthusiasts, from tent campers to deluxe recreational vehicles. There are three developed campgrounds: Rosehip Campground at milepost 27 Chena Hot Springs Road, Tors Trail Campground at milepost 39, and Red Squirrel Campground and Picnic Area at milepost 43.
Parks Highway or Richardson Highway to Steese Highway. Turn on Chena Hot Spring Road.