Deep Creek

Beach and Campground

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Deep Creek Beach and Campground

Deep Creek Beach and Campground is located at mile 137.3 of the Sterling Hwy. It has a day use facility and camp sites.

The halibut in Cook Inlet and king salmon runs at Deep Creek are legendary, making the campsites in the park very much in demand. Bald eagles are visible year-round. In the month of May, sandhill cranes and other shore birds inhabit the saltwater marsh. Whales, seals and otters can be seen offshore.

A small watercraft and boat launch is located in Deep Creek, near Cook Inlet. Marine Services LLC provides tractor assisted boat launching along the shore of Cook Inlet. Fishing charters and Recreational boaters rely on this boat launch service.

The beaches along Cook Inlet are popular areas to ride ATV's.


★ ADA Facility - Yes
★ Daily Parking Fee - (see fee page)
★ 100 Campsites (see fee page)
★ Toilets -
★ Water -
★ Boat Ramp
★ Tractor Assisted Boat Launch


★ ATV Riding
★ Camping
★ Day Use
★ Fishing

137.3 Sterling Highway

Driving Directions:
Seward Hwy south, bear right onto Sterling Hwy south to mile 137.3.

Deep Creek Campground Location Map