Deep Creek View Campground
The coffee pot is always on!
Deep Creek View Campground is located on the bluff overlooking Cook Inlet, with incredible views of Mt. Redoubt, Mt. Illiamna, and Alaska’s exceptional sunsets. Our family-owned campground lies between Ninilchik and Deep Creek rivers, which offer fabulous salmon fishing along their banks. (View Map and Directions). We are open May through Labor Day each year.
Camp Manager Erin Ross will assist you with your camping and fish charter reservations. Check out our camping news for latest information on what’s been happening in the Ninilchik area and our campground.
We provide electrical hookups for motorhomes, campers, and pop-ups. Or pitch a tent in our grassy areas. Cabin rentals are also available at the campground. All pets are welcome, but they must be on a leash. Camping reservations are encouraged for Memorial, Fourth of July, and Salmonstock weekends, as those are our busiest weekends of the year. View our prices online. Salmonstock weekend is the first weekend of August.
We provide free coffee and friendly service, so stop by and visit us!
The deluxe cabins include bathrooms, small kitchens, a large loft, and a deck with a grill–as well as an incredible view!
Photos from inside Mt. Iliamna Deluxe Cabin–one queen bed and one double bed downstairs; two double beds with twin bunkbeds upstairs. Fireplace heater; microwave, refrigerator/freezer, coffee pot, coffee, cream, sugar, and dishes included. Gas grill and camp chairs on the back deck for you to enjoy the view. Mt. Augustine Cabin includes a shower and a larger kitchen, and only one queen bed downstairs, but includes a double fouton bed upstairs with the double/twin bunkbeds.
|Cabin 1 (Bunkhouse)|
- Camping with an incredible view
- Electrical Hookups
- Halibut/Salmon Fishing Charters
- Commercial Vacuum Sealing
- Freezer to store customer’s fish
- Sodas and Candy
- Cabin Rentals
- RV Dump Station
- Fish Cleaning Tables
- Kenai River Fishing
Other Things to Do
The whole family will enjoy fishing on the rivers near our family-owned campground, or visit Ninilchik’s historical sites like the Russian Orthodox Church and old Ninilchik Village. Or, when the tides are low, there is excellent clam digging for Razor Clams or beach combing just minutes away. Ninilchik has a few gift shops, grocery stores, and restaurants to choose from. Homer is just over 30 miles south and offers several gift shops, a movie theatre, sightseeing adventures, and many restaurants. Or, catch the excitement at the campground when the fishing charters arrive with their daily catch. Or, just sit at your camp site and enjoy the Bald Eagles and beautiful Alaska sunsets.
Contact us for more information and reservations.