Our Camping Options

The Denali Grizzly Bear Resort offers a variety of Campsites, RV Sites and Tent Cabins for a "true Alaskan experience."

Campsites, RV Sites & Tent Cabins

Campgrounds: All of the Denali Grizzly Bear campsites are clean, well maintained and only a few steps away from the centrally located restrooms, which provide token-operated hot showers, flush toilets, and sinks. We have also recently installed a new laundromat facility for your convenience. Clean outhouses are also provided for a "true Alaskan experience." Central Cooking shelters with campfire circles are open to all campers as campfires are allowed in designated areas only. WiFi ($) coverage available over large area of property.

RV Sites: If you are reserving an RV site, we will need to know the overall length of your vehicle, number of people, if you desire an electric/water hookup or a dry site (sorry, no pull-throughs or sewer hookups). We have a sewer dump station for your use and potable water fill up locations available on the premise. TV available for most RV sites.

Tent Sites & Tent Cabins: Secluded tent sites on the river are "walk-in" sites (vehicle parking nearby). Denali Grizzly Bear also has Tent Cabins available. These structures have no electricity and are not heated but protect you from the elements like no tent can. Their spacious interior will store all your camping supplies and their old-style feel is every bit a part of the "true Alaskan experience." The tent cabins sleep 2 or 3 and include beds, but you must provide your own sleeping bag.

"We had decided to go to Denali National Park for the weekend so we just got in the car and went. But after arriving at the park we discovered that they were all booked and without a reservation we were not able to stay in any of their campgrounds. So needless to say we were pleasantly surprised when we came upon Denali Grizzly Bear Resort. It turned out to be a very clean family friendly experience with very nice tent sites at an affordable price. We plan on going back again!"

Trip Advisor | August 12, 2015

Camping Rates & Details

Accommodation Description Rate
Tent Cabin
3 people
1 double & 1 Single bed
no linens, heat, water or electricity
Tent Cabin
2 people
2 cots or 1 double
no linens, heat, water or electricity
RV Site
Up to 4 people
Includes electric, water, TV and sewer dump
WiFi available*
Up to 4 people
Includes 1 vehicle and 1 tent $36
Extra People (Children 12 years and younger are Free) $4
Extra Vehicle or Tent $4
*WiFi: 1/2 hour complimentary free WiFi upon arrival. Many accommodations nearby have daily resort fees that cover such services. We do not! We do charge a small hourly, 4 hour, or daily fee for WiFi (Super high speed WiFi provided by Tengonet™). All Campsites have a strong WiFi signal.
**Shuttle: Our Shuttle fee to Rail Depot is only $25 round-trip per passenger, including children if they take a seat. (Shuttle times are coordinated with the train schedule). Our base rate for shuttle service is $25 for the first person + $5 for each additional person including children if they take a seat. One way fee. Shuttle only operates 9am to 9pm, no exceptions. We are NOT a taxi service, please see our recommended RENTAL OPTIONS »
Campsite Inclusions & Details: Central cooking shelters with campfire circles are available; Campfires allowed in designated areas only; Two public restroom buildings and token-operated showers available; Broadcast TV available for most RV sites; Check-in time is between 1:00 PM and 10 PM / Check-out time is 11 AM. Early group reservations are highly recommended. 2 night minimum stay through advanced reservations. One night stay is first come, first serve.
Cancellation Policy: Prior to Arrival: 60 or more days – $34.00 Service Fee; 59 to 6 days – 20% Service Fee (on Total Amount Canceled) $34.00 Minimum; 5 days or Less – NO REFUNDS. Cancellation policy may vary for wholesalers and large tour groups. We highly recommend visitors purchase Travel Insurance to cover unexpected medical, accidents, natural disasters and pandemic disruptions.
All prices are subject to 7.5% Denali Borough Bed Tax.

Denali Wildlife ~ Wolves

The park's wolf population, on the north side of the Alaska Range, fluctuates between 80 to 100 adults. Wolves move around, looking for snowshoe hares, ground squirrels, moose, Dall Sheep and caribou. You can see them in open places and along gravel bars. They have been seen between the park entrance and the Savage River – and on the road to Wonder Lake. They've also been viewed between the Teklanika River and the East Fork River, and between Toklat and Thorofare Pass.

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