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From an ADFG News Release:

The Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Sport Fish Access Program recently completed a boating access improvement project at Susitna Landing, which was funded through the Federal Aid in Sport Fish Restoration Program. The facility received many new improvements providing easier and safer public access to the facility for shore angling and recreational boating opportunities within the Susitna River drainages.

The facility improvements include riverbank restoration/stabilization in the form of riprap, cobbles, bank access stairways, and vegetation; completion of three camping loops and new electrical RV hook-ups within two of the loops; road improvements and overflow parking; a concrete vaulted toilet, and a shower building; picnic tables, fire rings, landscaping, fencing, manual and electric gates, and a new septic system.

The Susitna Boat Launch is located near the confluence of the Kashwitna and Susitna rivers, one mile down Susitna Landing Road, at Mile 82.4 of the George Parks Highway, The boat launch facility is owned by Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish. However, private, state-contracted on-site concessionaires Ron and Marilyn Wilson operate and manage the facility. There are fixed fees for parking, camping and boat launching.

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