Bishop Creek Day Use Area
(Captain Cook State Recreation Area)
Bishop Creek Day Use Area is located in the Captain Cook SRA. The park is virtually undiscovered by most visitors to the Kenai Peninsula. It offers a peaceful setting of forests, lakes, streams and saltwater beaches.
Captain Cook State Recreation Area offers a variety of recreation activities, from canoeing and boating on Stormy Lake to beach combing on Cook Inlet's tide swept shores, bird watching, berry picking, and wildlife observation. The beaches are popular with agate hunters.
- ADA Facility - Yes
- 3,466 Acres
- Daily Parking Fee - ($5)
- Water -
- Picnic Sites
- Day Use
36 Kenai Spur Highway
The Sterling Highway to Kenai Spur Hwy. Turn on the North Kenai Road. Drive 25 miles north to milepost 36.