Marion Creek Campground

Address: Mile 184 - Dalton Highway, Coldfoot, Alaska, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Mile 184 - Dalton Highway, Coldfoot.
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        TravelPod Member ReviewsMarion Creek Campground Coldfoot

        Reviewed by majorme

        Great place for a pause in the action!

        Reviewed Jul 18, 2015
        by (6 reviews) Iowa, Texas , United States Flag of United States

        This is a great campground for dry camping. Plenty of pull through sites and the price is right, especially with a Senior National Park Pass, $4/night. We left our coach here and headed for the North Slope with the car. I would recommend this spot to all RVers pulling a Toad. Don't forget to visit nearby Wisemen.

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

        TripAdvisor Reviews Marion Creek Campground Coldfoot

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        Travel Blogs from Coldfoot

        Day 10

        A travel blog entry by keithhillard on Sep 06, 2015

        ... since we now have no one to "pack down" the "road" in front of us in all the loose dirt/large potato size rocks that the belly dumpers keep spreading out. The girl approached us and we chatted for a bit while we waited on the pilot car to return. We told here that we saw a Griz the night before and she said that she had worked up here for 10 years and still has yet to see one in Prudhoe. I was very glad to see a tractor trailer pull up ...

        Day 8

        A travel blog entry by keithhillard on Sep 04, 2015

        ... colder every mile north we went. This was about the time doubt began to creep into my mind as to why we were making this trip as the value seemed to reduce with every mile of slick, tractor trailer laden, wet, dirt road that I knew we would have to return home on.
        We finally made it to Coldfoot, AK which is about the half way point between Prudhoe Bay and Fairbanks (the last semblance of civilization). We pulled into the shack which is supposed to ...

        Crossed the Arctic Circle and a flight to Coldfoot

        A travel blog entry by pamandpete on Sep 03, 2015

        14 photos

        ... came on, the engine spluttered and there was a quick change over to the other tanks! Poor Jenny who is not a good flyer, did not need to be in one of the front seats. There was a very humble apology from John, with the follow up comment "You won't tell anyone will you"? Sure! As if! Have to include in the blog and have a laugh about with the group after! He is supposed to change over before that happens. John had explained to us in the morning ...

        Frozen Toesies

        A travel blog entry by ljandbev on Aug 11, 2015

        9 photos

        ... the muskox today again but they were not as close to the road as the day before so we didn't get photos. Melora had the eagle eye for spotting the bear. He was very busy digging up roots or something fun in the ground and eating it and we spent about half an hour watching him and taking photos and video.

        I drove the second half of the day which included the trip over Atigan Pass. Guess what? SNOW! Of course, that meant a ...

        Off to the Arctic

        A travel blog entry by ljandbev on Aug 09, 2015

        11 photos

        ... or 24-hour night in winter. At the top of the world - the North Pole - the sun doesn't set for 180 days. Well duh! Santa and the Elves have too much work to do to have nighttime! We stopped at Yukon Camp for lunch and each had an amazing cheeseburger.  Then as luck would have it, just a few miles down the road there was the Hot Spot (which was actually the place we had planned to stop for lunch) and they had milkshakes (L.J., Melora and Sara) and ice cream (for ...