Halibut Campground

(Anchor River State Recreation Area)

Halibut Campground

Halibut Campground is one of the five campgrounds in the Anchor River State Recreation Area. This campground is adjacent to the shores of Cook Inlet. At Halibut campground, wildlife abounds around the Anchor River, with moose, beaver, mink, bald eagles and a variety of ducks along the river, and harbor seals, sea otters, and beluga whales near shore in Cook Inlet. Halibut campground is operated by Alaska Recreation Management (907) 522-8368 or (907) 748-2553.

  •  ADA Facility - Yes
  •  228 Acres
  •  30 Campsites ($12/site) - handicap symbol
  •  no RV size limit
  •  Camping Limit - 14 days
  •  Daily Parking Fee - ($5)
  •  Toilets - handicap symbol
  •  Water - handicap symbol
  •  Picnic sites one in each site - handicap symbol

  •  Camping
  •  Fishing

  Halibut Campground Location Map


Anchor River Road

Driving Directions:

Sterling Highway to Mile 156.9. Turn onto Old Sterling Highway. Turn right on Anchor River Road.