Allison Point Campground

We appreciate your interest in staying at Allison Point Campground!

Please be aware that due to guidance provided by the State of Alaska’s 16th COVID-19 Health Mandate, the campground will be operated by reservations only. Until further notice, we are no longer accepting First Come, First Served.

We appreciate your patience and understanding. For more information, please call +1(907)873-4795.

Hours of Operation

The campground is open 24 hours a day from May 22 thru September 7.

Open 24 hours

Contact

Dayville Road
Valdez, Alaska
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Tel:
+1(907)873-4795

Military DSN Tel:
(317)873-4795

Allison Point.jpgAllison Point Campground

Dayville Road, 15 miles south of Valdez 
Adjacent to the Alyeska Pipeline Terminal 


This popular fishing area provides approximately 49 sites for RV's/Tents.  

There are no electrical or sewage hook-ups on site, dump stations are located in town at the local convenience store/gas station.  

We offer public restroom facilities, bear resistant dumpsters, four improved access trails to the waters edge and some of the best shore fishing Alaska has to offer.  

  • Fishing for King (Chinook) Salmon: Late May through early July.
  • Fishing for Pink (Humpy) Salmon: Mid-June through late July. 
  • Fishing for Silver (Coho) Salmon: Mid-July through late August. 

Rate

Until further notice, Allison Point customers will need to pay with a credit or debit card.

  • Civilians: $20.00 per night - per lot.
  • Military Discount: $15.00 per night - per lot.
    • Valid to Active Duty, Retirees and Veterans.
    • Must present proof of military service upon check-in.
  • There is no charge for parking in the day-use area.

Campground rules

  • Check in is at 12 p.m. - Check out is at 10 a.m.
  • Speed limit 5 miles per hour. 
  • Quiet hours are from 10 p.m. to 8 a.m.
  • All animals need to be on a leash or in a vehicle, no excessive barking. Please pick up after your pets. 
  • No fires allowed in the Day-use parking areas. 
  • No fish cleaning is permitted at the campground, clean down on the beach and dispose of fish waste in the water.
  • Please do not burn trash or aluminum cans. Bear resistant dumpsters are available for use.
  • Please don’t leave a dirty site for the next campers. 
  • Be aware of waste, this is a high bear traffic area.