Alaska's Best Campgrounds
Make your Reservations NOW!
We are taking reservations for Susitna Landing, the Little Su Public Use Area Campground and King Mt. State Recreation Site.
We are not managing the Big Lake Parks this season. Please contact Alaska State Parks MatSu office for more information on Big Lake North, Big Lake South and Rocky Lake. 907-745-3975
Susitna Landing is OPEN!
Office hours are 8am-8pm, daily. The trails to Trapper and Neil Lakes are open, groomed and marked. Launch and Park for the day for only 10$ in a secure staffed location. Enjoy a cup of espresso and a snack at Kashwitna Coffee.
Each our managed facilities are owned by the State of Alaska and offer world class fishing, all feature ADA restrooms and camp sites.
ADA Campers and DAV campers please email us at email@example.com to reserve your sites!
**Susitna Landing and Little Su Campgrounds do not accept DAV or State of Alaska Annual Day or Boat Launch Passes.
We are looking forward to another stellar year and can't wait to see you at the Campgrounds!
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All 3 of our campgrounds can accommodate Tent Campers and Campers with trailers or RV's. Individual campgrounds feature; a boat launch, access to swimming, potable water, restrooms, and trash receptacle. Ask about Group Camping Rates or Reserving one of the Park Pavilions for Birthday Parties or a Family gathering.
World Class Fishing
The (Big)Susitna River and Little Su(sitna) River all offer some of the best fishing opportunities in Southcentral Alaska. Try your hand at catching Rainbow Trout, Dolly Varden, Arctic Char, Northern Pike or Burbot up the Susitna Valley to Susitna Landing for King, Silver and Red Salmon fishing. The Little Su Public Use Facility has great Silver Salmon fishing too!
**King Salmon fishing is restricted to catch and release only in the Susitna River drainage for 2022.
Wildlife & Bird Viewing
Southcentral Alaska was once covered by glaciers. As the ice receded it left behind depressions in the ground that filled with water, making the area Lakes we see today. The lakes and bogs attract a wide variety of Wildlife and make it a natural bird nesting site and stop over for migrating birds.