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Jack Creek Rest Area
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park
Mile 35.3 on Nabesna Road
Slana, Alaska 99586
Jack Creek Rest Area is the final camping stop along the Nabesna Road
at mile 35.7 into the wilderness drive in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve.
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Nabesna Road Campgrounds
Jack Creek Rest
Area offers several nice rustic campsites with picnic tables and fishing along Jack Creek. Keep
your eyes open for Alaska's Dall sheep often seen in this area. These bright white, wild sheep
inhabit high altitude ridges, meadows, and extremely rugged terrain. Dall sheep use the sunny
slopes of the hills for feeding, resting, and to escape predators. While Dall sheep typically
inhabit the higher elevations, in this area they are known to frequent the springs
and mineral licks. Watch closely and you might see the small flocks on the mountainsides
as you continue over the next few miles of Nabesna Road.
- Directions – Jack Creek Rest Area is located 35.3 up Nabesna
Road from the intersection with the Tok Cutoff.
- Description – This is a primitive camping spot and rest area.
There are no vault toilets here.
- Number of sites – No dedicated campsites
- Number and type of hookups –
- * 30 amp – N/A
- * 50 amp – N/A
- Water – N/A
- Sewer – Closest dump station is located at Hart D Ranch in Slana,
- Dry Sites – No Hook-Ups or Water Available
- Dates of Operation – Open Year Round
- Number of Pull-Thru Sites – N/A
- Max Length – N/A
- Services – N/A
- Additional Amenities – N/A
- Payment Methods Accepted – Free