Leashed (6 ft. or less) and within owner's immediate reach at all times.
May not disturb other guests or wildlife, e.g., noisy, aggressive, chases vehicles/bicycles, etc.
Promptly pick up and properly dispose of pet waste.
Maximum 3 pets.
Management reserves the right to restrict disruptive or aggressive animals.
2. How long can I camp in one spot?
14 days. After 14 days, you have the option of moving to another municipal campground (subject to availability).
3. How do I save my space if I need to leave my site temporarily?
For an RV, the best way to save a site is to post your ticket on site with a personal belonging, such as a lawn chair. A registered license plate or ticket must be displayed at all times. You may also utilize our ‘occupied’ notices available through our campground hosts.
Tent sites must have a tent on-site upon registration. To save a site, a tent and a valid ticket must be displayed on-site.
Taking a picture of your properly saved site with your phone can help eliminate disputes should they arise.
Improperly saved sites will be cleared and made available to other campers.
4. Can I reserve a campsite?
We currently do not offer advance reservations, however, we are working on implementing an online reservation system for 2020 summer season, which should go live by late March. Please check back for further updates.
5. What is the maximum RV length allowed?
We can accommodate RV's up to 40 feet in length in certain areas. We do not have pull-through spaces.
6. Is there an RV sewer dump station nearby?
Yes. It is located across the road from the entrance to Marathon Campground: Dump Station Location / Google Maps coordinates: 60.110792, -149.437812
Cost is $5.
7. How much and how long for showers?
We have a token-operated Shower House. The cost is $2 in US bills only. After dispensing cash, you will be provided with tokens. $2 will provide you with 2 tokens. You will have 10 minutes of hot, warm or cold water - your choice.
8. Is it difficult to find a camping spot?
Our busiest times of the season:
Fourth of July week
Seward Silver Salmon Derby weekends
Peak fishing times
Spring Creek campground, located on the east side of Resurrection Bay, typically has more vacancies compared to other locations.
9. When is check-out?
Check-out is 12:00 PM AST. We'd love for you to stay another night. Simply return to the pay station and select the "add time" option to add time to your current permit. If you wish to move sites, you must pay for a new permit.