Crooked Creek State Recreation Site

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Crooked Creek State Recreation Site


(907) 262-5581

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Crooked Creek State Recreation Site is a short walk from the confluence of Crooked Creek and the Kasilof River. There are 80 campsites and 36 day use parking sites. Crooked Creek SRS is most popular in early summer for king salmon fishing from the bank of the Kasilof River.

Map of Crooked Creek State Rec. Site (AK)

Latitude, Longitude: 60.505259, -150.862885



  • Camping

    There are 24 campsites at with a seven day stay limit.

  • Fishing

    Fisheries include a small steelhead run in the spring and fall, and Dolly Varden, sockeye and silver salmon in the summer. May and June is best for king salmon fishing.

  • Hiking

    There are trails in the recreation area.

  • Historic Sites

    People have lived on the Kenai Peninsula for over 8,000 years. The land and waters provide plentiful fish, especially salmon, and game, for people past and present. It is believed that Eskimo people were the initial inhabitants, and later Dena'ina, whose descendents live throughout the region today. Russian traders built Fort George near the mouth of the Kasilof River in 1786. Descendants of the Natives and Russians number about 1,000 people in the area today. Americans came to the peninsula after the U.S. purchased Alaska in 1867. The area's population stayed relatively small until the post-World War II years.

  • Picnicking

    Picnicking is available throughout the area.

  • RVing

    35' RV size limit.



Near Kasilof, on Coho Loop Road; the town of Kasilof is 15 miles south of Soldotna.

Phone Numbers


(907) 262-5581