- Riley Creek: Located just inside the main park entrance, Riley Creek is the largest campground in Denali. This campground has a general store for basic camping supplies, a shower house, and laundry facilities, as well as a dump/fill station for your RV rental. Note that Riley Creek is the only campground open year round.
- Savage River Campground: The smallest campground in Denali, Savage River Campground is located near mile 13 of Park Road, which also happens to be toward the end of the paved portion of Park Road. Savage River boasts some of the best campground views; on a clear day, visitors say they can even see Mt. McKinley. Savage River’s amenities include: potable water stations, flush and pit toilets, fire pits, and picnic tables.
- Teklanika River Campground: If you travel farther down Park Road to mile 29, you will find the “Tek” campground. A&M RV Center recommends that you visit the Denali National Park website to read about Tek thoroughly before booking your camp site. This campground is unique compared to the others, and some pre-planning will be in order. However, if you dream of parking your RV rental in a forested campground and experience the heart of Denali, then Tek may be your campground of choice.
A&M RV Center of Anchorage, AK recommends that you check out the three campgrounds accessible to an RV rental. Each campground has its own features, so be sure to research each one individually before booking. Please note that while these three campgrounds are RV rental accessible, they do not accommodate motorhome water or electric hookup. Here is a general overview of each Denali campground:Denali National Park & Preserve has some of the most breathtaking views you will see not only in Alaska, but worldwide. Over 400,000 people flock to Denali National Park to catch a glimpse of Mt. McKinley or fish the streams found throughout the park. If you’re planning a trip to Denali National Park & Preserve,