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    Default Kasilof camping??

    I want to go to the Kasilof for Memorial Day Weekend. For the last 4 years, we've gone to Coho Cove Campground. Well obviously that's no longer an option.
    Any places that take reservations down there now? We have a motorhome.
    Thanks guys!

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    Just camp on the beach at the mouth. Scenery is awesome and its free.
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    what about the state park up by peoples hole?

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    Quote Originally Posted by medic2022 View Post
    what about the state park up by peoples hole?
    You mean the crooked creek site? Im not sure you can camp there. I know there is parking and what not. Maybe someone who lives down there knows. Im probably headed down again in a week or so but that probably wont help before memorial day.
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    Crooked Crk has both camping and day parking spots.
    Your sarcasm is way, waaaayyyyyyyy more sarcastic than mine!

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    Quote Originally Posted by ak_chiomega View Post
    I want to go to the Kasilof for Memorial Day Weekend. For the last 4 years, we've gone to Coho Cove Campground. Well obviously that's no longer an option.
    Any places that take reservations down there now? We have a motorhome.
    Thanks guys!
    There is both a state Campground there as well as a privately owned campground, as you pull in, stay to the right for the private one and turn left for the state one. The private one has showers, a little store etc..The state one has a water pump and outhouse, the price is about the same too.

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