Auk Village Campground is located 15 miles from downtown Juneau, Alaska, and 1.5 miles from the Alaska State Ferry terminal at Auke Bay. The area offers a variety of outdoor opportunities.
The area offers fishing, wildlife viewing, kayaking, picnicking, motor boating, hiking, berry picking, rafting, sailing, bicycling, and glacier viewing.
The campground offers 11 overnight campsites for tent and RV camping. Site sizes vary and range from 14' to 35'. There is one central location that has a vault toilet, garbage cans, display board, and bear boxes. There are five drinking water spigots, a parking area for day use, and a dumpster. A trail starts at the parking lot that leads to the ocean and Pt. Louisa or to Auk Recreation Day Use area.
The campground sits above Auk Bay in a western hemlock and Sitka spruce forested area. Views of the Chilkat Range and the ocean are spectacular. Bears frequent the area.
Auk Recreation Area includes a large day use area on the shores of Auk Bay. The area includes shelters, picnic tables, drinking water, fire rings and a trail. At the Auk Bay Harbor, commercial operators offer sport fishing, kayak rentals, and whale watching tours.