Deadhorse Camp

Address: Mile 413.6 Dalton Highway, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Mile 413.6 Dalton Highway, Prudhoe Bay.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsDeadhorse Camp Prudhoe Bay

        Reviewed by goldsack


        Reviewed Jul 19, 2015
        by (7 reviews) Mount Maunganui , New Zealand Flag of New Zealand

        Rustic workers camp. Aurora hotel may suit you better

        This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of

        Reviewed by majorme

        Basic but clean

        Reviewed Jul 16, 2015
        by (6 reviews) Iowa, Texas , United States Flag of United States

        The rooms were very basic but clean. No TV, radio, one chair, two bunk beds. At this point, we were glad to have electricity again. The evening meal for $20 was worth it. Bathrooms, sinks and showers down the hall. Better than a lot of place in the militarys but would only be a 2 star motel. Price was high but so is everything else.

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        TripAdvisor Reviews Deadhorse Camp Prudhoe Bay

        3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

        Travel Blogs from Prudhoe Bay

        Mining Camp tonight - Black Gold

        A travel blog entry by walkersusa2013 on Sep 22, 2016

        29 photos

        The Dalton Highway had 2 crews working on it originally – one working from the south end and one working from the north end. The two roads linked up in 1974. Some of the road is paved (bitumen) but most of it’s gravel as it’s easy to maintain. However, as it’s built over permafrost it sinks quite a lot. Today there were …

        Deadhorse - home of the oil fields

        A travel blog entry by carol230 on Sep 22, 2016

        43 photos

        Up early – no one else awake – so Alister and I went for a walk – seen a few bunny rabbits - their fur is starting to turn white for the winter.
        They have short ears – but very cute. Off to have breakky soon.

        We headed up the road to Sukakpac Mountain – we were starting to get higher – …

        Day 9

        A travel blog entry by keithhillard on Sep 05, 2015

        ... With in a couple minutes of seeing him struggle with the tire it became apparent he really had no idea how to do anything with a tubed motorcycle tire. Kevin and I immediately took over working on the tire using his tools and it seemed he was grateful for us to take the lead. When we pulled the tire off we realized that the tube had a twist in it and must have been that way for over 1000 miles and somehow made it to Coldfoot that way. I felt relieved that ...

        There were thousands of them!

        A travel blog entry by ljandbev on Aug 10, 2015

        1 photo

        ... trips and bought a copy for this trip, especially to use on the Dalton Highway. Entries show the mile post area and then the information.

        So, all of that background to share this with you.

        Dalton Highway - Milepost 354.6 some general information is shared about this area and then the book says "Porcupine and Central Arctic caribou herds migrate through this area on their way to and from their calving grounds."

        Do ...

        Northward we go!

        A travel blog entry by ljandbev on Aug 10, 2015

        1 comment, 9 photos

        ... before we left (not a lot of indoor plumbing options on this next leg of the journey, and by that I mean none) and he left breakfast before us and snuck right in there. So as soon as I heard him depart (yes, I was bathroom stalking!) we started rotating through and packed out to hit the road for Dalton Day Two! New Bingo cards were deployed and tallying of things we passed commenced. Road conditions on this second leg went from frost heave filled ...