Salmon Lake Campground

The Salmon Lake Campground is located on the shores of Salmon Lake, one of the northernmost spawning areas for Sockeye salmon in Alaska. The campground is approximately 40 miles north of Nome, Alaska, and is accessed by a one mile gravel road off the Nome-Kougarok Highway. A sign on the Highway directs visitors to the campground and lake. Facilities at the nine acre complex include an unimproved boat launch, six campsites with picnic tables, two trash receptacles, and a single door outhouse.
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