Salcha River State Recreation Site – Fairbanks, Alaska

Salcha River State Recreation Site

321.4 Richardson Hwy, AK 99709

Salcha River State Recreational Site is 40 miles southeast of Fairbanks at Mile 323.3 of the Richardson Highway and next to the Salcha River. Salcha River State Recreation Site offers campsites, boat launch and a public use cabin. King salmon, arctic grayling and northern pike are the most common species of fish caught in the Salcha River. The river has an excellent grayling fishery and a good Salmon run in July. Winter activities include cross country skiing and snow machining up or down the river (when frozen). Its location makes it a great get away from Fairbanks.

Park Details:

  • 6 Campsites
  • No RV size limit
  • Cabin
  • Toilets
  • Water
  • Boat Launch
  • Picnic Sites
  • Camping
  • Day Use
  • Fishing
  • Skiing
  • Snowmobiling
  • Year Round

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