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Chilkoot Lake State Recreation Site

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  • Size

    137.87 acres

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Description

Chilkoot Lake State Recreation Site is at the south end of Chilkoot Lake, near the outlet to the Chilkoot River. The campground sits amid a beautiful stand of Sitka spruce. The park and surrounding area offers some of the best salmon fishing in Southeast Alaska, with four salmon runs, starting in mid-June and ending in mid-October. Because of the salmon spawning in the river and at this end of the lake, this area is also a bear highway. Bears frequent the river to feast on the salmon. Please learn proper bear/human etiquette, this protects both you and the bears.

Allowed Activities
Boating
Tent Camping
Rv Camping
Canoeing
Kayaking
Fishing
Wildlife Watching
Good For
Families
Wheelchairs
Rules & Regulation
Dogs Permitted With Restrictions
Fishing Permits Required
Dogs On Leash

Additional Information

Accessibility Description

Take Lutak Road five miles past ferry terminal to Chilkoot River Road on left just before the Chilkoot River bridge.