Crooked Creek State Recreation Site

Crooked Creek State Recreation Site is a short walk from the confluence of Crooked Creek and the Kasilof River. There are 79 campsites and 36 day use parking sites. Crooked Creek SRS is most popular in May and June for king salmon fishing from the bank of the Kasilof River. Additional fisheries include a small steelhead run in the spring and fall, and Dolly Varden, sockeye and silver salmon in the summer.

Moose, black and brown bear, lynx, squirrels, hares and other creatures are plentiful in all of these areas. Enjoy and respect them for this is their home. Please help them by not feeding them and keeping a clean camp.

Facilities:

★ ADA Facility - Yes
★ 105 Acres
★ 79 Campsites (see fee page)
★ 35' RV size limit
★ Camping Limit - 7 days
★ Daily Parking Fee - (see fee page)
★ Toilets -
★ Water -
★ Picnic sites
★ Trails -

Activities

★ Fishing
★ Camping
★ Picnicking
★ Trails

Address:
Cohoe Loop Road

Driving Directions:
Seward Hwy South, Sterling Hwy South right on North Cohoe Loop Road.

More Information

Crooked Creek SRS Location Map