Gate Creek Cabins

PO Box 13390, Mile 10.5 Petersville Rd, Trapper Creek, Alaska, 99683, United States | Campground
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Travel Blogs from Trapper Creek

Trip to Talkeetna & flightseeing

A travel blog entry by mazb10

249

... quite fast at times, & we must have covered about 20 miles, the trip was far too sedate for me & I was wishing I had spent the time looking around Talkeetna, The views, though, of McKinley & the other mountains were picture perfect & I would have missed out on those particular views if I hadn’t gone on the boat. Considering that McKinley's summit is only seen about 25% of the time we were extremely fortunate to have such a fantastic, clear sunny day.

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Whirlwind Alaskan Summer

A travel blog entry by eabdulkareem

53

... side, shrouded in brush, a dirt island that splits the Big Su, and more good shore on the other side of that. The problem is, the river is too big and the Big Su was too strong; you really needed a boat. It was something we had talked about all summer, and one day, Josh came home with a vinyl boat. We couldn't wait to try it out!! We loaded all our gear and headed for Sheep Creek. We paddled up, destined for the highway bridge. We only made it about a mile; the river converges through ...

Trapper Creek

A travel blog entry by rider1

Pulled into Trapper Creek, cold and wet. The cloud cover was so low that visibility was approx 3/4 mile. Never saw anything of Danali Park nor even got a peek of Mount McKinley. Guess we'll leave that for the next trip. Decided to Motel it and dry out. Got a great room and settled in. ...

Valdez to Talkeetna and the Worthington Glacier

A travel blog entry by larryrox2

7

... close-and-personal with that interesting structure.

With a food and fuel stop in Wasilla (and a search for more bug spray which was in short supply due to the mosquito infestation this year), we found our cabin at nearly 10pm, watched the sunset over Mt. Foraker, Mt. Hunter, and Mt. McKinley (we're about 60 miles from the summit of McKinley on this ridge), and called it a night, or as close as "night" gets at this time of the year.
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On Track for Mt.McKinley

A travel blog entry by elandaa

14

... everywhere we have been since the computers and phones automatically find that same network! Wi-fi update – tick.

We took the bus to Denali train depot which is at the entrance to the national park. We were there very early, and when the train did come, it took a long time for passengers to alight and board. In fact it was at the station for an hour.

The railroad is 100% state government owned and operated under the name Alaska ...

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This campground is located on PO Box 13390, Mile 10.5 Petersville Rd, Trapper Creek.
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