Riley Creek Campground is in the Denali National Park entrance area and has spots for both RV's and tents. It has running water and flush toilets, but no hookups. A dump station and showers are nearby. Don't despair if this campground is full. There are plenty of full facility RV parks, outside Denali Park, near the park entrance.
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Campgrounds In Denali Park

You can see above that two of the campgrounds are very small, tent only sites with no water. One of these, Igloo Creek Creek Campground is described above in the Teklanika Section.

Basic Campground Information

Make Reservations: At the Denali Bus Depot or Online: or Phone: (1 day ahead) 800-622-7275 (USA) 907-272-7275 (International)

There are six National Park campgrounds. Riley Creek, Savage River and Teklanika campgrounds have RV sites with no hookups. Sanctuary, Igloo Creek (near Tetlanika) and Wonder Lake campgrounds are tent camping only.

Advance reservations are available for Riley Creek, Savage River, Teklanika, and Wonder Lake. There is a minimum three-night stay at Teklanika. Campground reservations are available at the same phone numbers as the shuttle bus system.

Quiet hours are 10 p.m. until 6 a.m., and generators may only be operated from 8 a.m. until 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. If the park sites are full there are plenty of campgrounds outside the park, which have hookups and showers, and which accept advance reservations.
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Tent pad at Riley Creek Campground

This is a tent pad at Riley Creek Campground.
None of the NPS campgrounds have full hookups but there is a dump station at Riley Creek Mercantile near the entrance. If you want a full service RV park - there are several north and south of the Park, You can find them by looking at this page. Denali Lodging & Camping You may also need a private RV or camping park if the campgrounds in the Park are full, as they often are in peak season.
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