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Tongas National Forest /Misty Fjords National Monument

Tongas National Forest /Misty Fjords National Monument
204 Siginaka Way
Alaska 99835


As the nation's largest forest, there is an abundance of marine, bird, and wildlife to view in addition to some spectacular scenery of Southeast Alaska and the Inside Passage. There are innumerable recreational opportunities, maintained wildlife viewing areas, a Discovery Center, the Glacier Visitor Center for viewing an active glacier, and they are home to the Misty Fjords National Monument. Many of the camp areas have picnic tables, running water, pit toilets, parking spurs, and dump stations. The cabins have warming stoves, bunk beds, tables, and benches. This campground is closed during the off-season. There are no electric or water hookups at the campgrounds.

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