Denali Grizzly Bear Resort Denali National Park

Where is it at?

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Denali Grizzly Bear Resort
George Parks Hwy (Rt. 3), Mile 231
Denali National Park
Tel: 866-583-2696

Where are we going today?

If you are hoping for that true Alaskan experience for the family, then Denali Grizzly Bear Resort certainly is a great place to start!

This family owned and operated RV park has been giving happy families incredible memories since 1968, and it's a great base for you to explore the nearby (and breathtaking!) Denali National Park.

The park itself it located on the Nenana River, and will completely surround you with incredible scenery - so take your cameras!

There are a number of accommodations that you can choose from at Denali Grizzly Bear Resort.

First of all, we know you want to hear about the camping! At the Denali Grizzly Bear Resort, the campground has all the amenities you could want to give your family a comfortable stay. The sites are always clean, and offer hot showers, toilets, sinks and laundromat.

There is even TV available for more RV sites! For those family meals, there is a central cooking shelter with campfire circles which are open to all!

The campsite doesn't offer pull thrus or sewer hookups, but they do offer electric and water if you like (or you can have a dry site) There is a sewer dump station if you need.

You're in Alaska, so why not go the whole way! Take a tent and enjoy that old style camping on their tent sites. 

If you want something a little more "solid", then they campground have tent cabins which don't have electricity but are a great camping alternative.

Want to be REALLY fancy? They have a 92 room hotel too! The Cedar Hotel have all the amenities you need, and they are also ADA accessible.

Get out into TRUE nature at Denali Grizzly Bear Resort - it's an unforgettable experience! 

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What is there to do?

Denali National Park is a short drive away and a great way to get out into nature and enjoy the wildlife!

How much does it cost?

  • Full hook up $40 / day
  • Tents From $25 / day

Facilities on site

The campground offer electric/water RV sites only, as well as a hotel and cabins. There are restrooms, coin-operated hot showers and flush toilets.

They also have TV available at most RV sites and WIFI coverage across a large part of the grounds.

There are clean outhouses too, as well as a central cooking shelter.

When can we go?

May to September

I'm Hungry!

There are many fine restaurants in the Denali Area including two directly across the street. .

Any Top Tips?

Keep your food close to you and pick up after yourselves - there are bears in the area!.

Doing our bit

They are there to help you out to give you the best Alaskan experience, so just ask them what to do and they will help! .

Need a little extra help?

The Cedar Hotel rooms are ADA accessible. If you have questions about the rest of the grounds just give them a call! .

More information

The RV site price listed is for up to 4 people, there is an additional cost for extra people. Under 12s are free. .

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