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Glenn Highway Alaska — The Glenn Highway is the major highway extending 189 miles from the town of Glennallen located on the Richardson Highway to Anchorage, the largest city in Alaska. Access to outdoor opportunities along the Glenn Highway is excellent with mountainous sections and Alaska's famous sub-arctic tundra dotted by alluring lakes and meandering rivers. The Glenn Highway offers fishing, hiking, canoeing hunting as just some of the activities Alaskan's enjoy. Off-road sightseeing is also popular on four-wheelers in the summer and snowmobiles in the winter.

Camping along the Glenn Highway

Along the portion of the Glenn Highway between Glennallen and Palmer Alaska there are a number of pull-offs and rough camping areas commonly used by both locals and visitors to Alaska. There are also a number of campgrounds both government and private for you to visit too.

Fox Run Campground - Mile 31.1 Glenn Hwy, Palmer AK – 907-745-6120

Glacier Park Resort - Mile 102 Glenn Hwy, Palmer AK – 907-745-2534

Grand View RV Park - 22518 West Glenn Highway, Sutton AK – 907-476-4480

Homestead RV Campground - Mile 36 Glenn Hwy, Palmer AK – 907-745-6005

Kepler Lake Campground - 37.4 Glenn Highway, Palmer Alaska – 907-745-0429

Mendeltna Creek Lodge & RV Park - Mile 153 Glenn Hwy, Glennallen AK – 907-822-3346

Mt View RV Park - 1405 Smith Road, Palmer AK – 907-745-5747

Northern Nights Campground - Glenn Hwy, Glennallen AK – 907-822-3199

Rivers Edge Recreation Park - Mile 62.4 Glenn Highway, Sutton AK – 907-746-2267

Slide Mountain Cabins & R.V. Park - Glenn Highway, Glennallen, AK – 907-822-3883

Tolsona Wilderness Campground - Mile 173 Glenn Hwy, Glennallen AK – 907-822-3865

Town & Country RV Park - Glenn Highway, Palmer AK – 907-746-6642


Glenn Highway Map

Google Maps of the Glenn Highway in Alaska.