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Park Info

Our campground is located at Mile 37.4 of the Glenn Highway, about 1.5 miles east of the Parks & Glenn Hwy interchange.

Being situated on two lakes, Kepler and Bradley, you will find a serene setting for camping, picnicking,  boating and excellent trout fishing. The lakes are stocked annually by the State of Alaska Department of Fish & Game.  For those interested in hiking, we provide walk-in access only to the Matanuska Greenbelt Trail System.

Come visit for the day or camp overnight and enjoy a great time of recreation and relaxation. Centrally located in the Matanuska Valley, Kepler Park allows you to experience the "great outdoors" but is also just a short distance from other attractions and conveniences.

While staying with us as your base camp, you can visit the Musk Ox Farm, or the Reindeer Farm, and then drive to other popular sights such as beautiful Hatcher Pass and the view at Independence Mine or visit the Matanuska Glacier.

Take a tour of the valley to see the famous vegetable farms, hay fields, and the University of Alaska Experimental Farm. The ten day long Alaska State Fair, which begins in late August and ends on Labor Day, is only three miles from Kepler Park.

For your shopping needs, you can drive just a short distance to either Palmer or Wasilla.

We offer a family friendly atmosphere with a noise curfew and no alcohol or drugs are allowed on the premises. We ask that everyone respect our private property.

We sell soda, chips, snacks, fishing supplies, bait and tackle. Please bring your own fishing pole!

We have dedicated Kepler Park to the Lord for His Glory and His purpose. Come enjoy Kepler Park today!

Loon Kepler Park Copyright Patti Goosen 2015
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