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The Best Camping in Healy

Looking for the best camping in Healy? We've got you covered with the top trails, trips, hiking, backpacking, camping and more around Healy. The detailed guides, photos, and reviews are all submitted by the Outbound community.

Top camping spots in and near Healy

  • Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

    Hike the Triple Lakes Trail

    5.0
    18.9 mi / 4963 ft gain
    The Triple Lakes Trail is an 18.9 out and back hike, featuring three lakes and is rated as difficult. The trail is recommended for use from April to September. You can park at the Visitor Center at Denali National Park and take the free Denali Park Village Shuttle (which runs every hour at the 30...
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  • Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

    Hike the Bison Gulch Trail

    9.4 mi / 3894 ft gain
    The Bison Gulch Trail is approximately 9.4 miles out and back. You'll hardly notice the distance as your attention will be on stunning Mt. Healy.  The hike begins at the Denali Visitor center, and climbs approximately 3900 feet in elevation. Wear and bring lots of layers. This trail becomes more ...
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  • Denali National Park and Preserve, Alaska

    Winter Camp at Wonder Lake

    There are multiple ways to do this trip - ski, mush, or by flying in a bush plane and then meeting up with a group of mushers. I highly recommend doing ANY of them, but most likely you will need to assess your time, skill, and budget to decide what is best for you. The 2 most likely of the 3 will...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Camp at Savage River Campground

    5.0
    The campground has limited cell reception and no wifi. Open fires are permitted at the campground. There are three group campsites available, which facilitate 9-20 people. Normal campsites host a maximum of 8 people.  A free bus service is available, the Savage River Shuttle, to travel from this ...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Camp at Riley Creek Campground

    4.0
    The campground has cell service, and wifi available for purchase. Fires are allowed year-round, and downed wood may be gathered. Potable water is seasonal - make sure you have all proper water filtration systems needed! No campgrounds in Denali have electrical or water hookups for RVs. Riley Cree...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Camp at Sanctuary River Campground

    Reservations for this campground in Denali National Park are only available on a first come, first service basis. The campground offers vault toilets, but no potable water. Make sure to bring a water filtration system and extra batteries! The campground is accessible via camper bus, and tickets c...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Camp at Teklanika River Campground

    Teklanika campground offers a place to camp where you really get to experience Denali with very few people around. The campground sits right along the Teklanika River with incredible hikes and views of the park. Vehicles are not allowed past Mile 15 at the Savage River point, but if you are campi...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Summit Igloo Mountain

    3.76 mi / 2385 ft gain
    Make no mistake, this is a unkempt, social trail. Starting at the base of the mountain at the McKinley Park Road sign for Big Creek/Igloo Mountain Campground, begin hiking northeast towards a faint social trail heading up the mountain. Once you reach the first false peak approximately 1/3 of your...
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  • Healy, Alaska

    Hike the Toklat East Branch Trail

    9 mi / 3200 ft gain
    The Toklat East Branch Trail doesn't require any stream crossings, making it a preferable backpacking location. Wildlife such as grizzly bears, wolves, caribou, and sheep are often sighted. Be aware of the temperature drop and high winds at night if you are camping. Make sure to secure a permit. 
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