Steelhead Campground

Anchor River State Recreation Site

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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.

The Anchor River is one of Alaska premier fishing areas. Please consult current fishing regulations provided by the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for information on seasons, closures, limits, and methods and means before you wet your line.


★ ADA Facility - Yes
★ 44 Campsites (see fee page)
★ Size limit - campers
★ Camping Limit - 14 Days
★ Daily Parking Fee - (see fee page)
★ Toilets -
★ Picnic Shelter


★ Camping
★ Day Use
★ Fishing

157 Sterling Highway

Driving Directions:
Take the Seward Hwy south to the Seward Cut-off, bear right onto the Sterling Hwy. Located at milepost 157 of the Sterling Hwy.