GET AWAY! Alaska’s longest running, co-ed overnight camp is nestled along the shores of Kenai Lake in Cooper Landing, a two-hour bus ride from Anchorage. Just a stone’s throw from main camp and your own cabin is a half-mile long beach with access to hiking trails, boating activities, large fields for outdoor games, an art building, as well as river rafting and horseback riding nearby. This 160-acre campus within the Chugach National Forest is “wild Alaska” with everyday opportunities to be off the grid, experience wildlife, and take in the epic beauty right outside your cabin door.

Transportation and camp t-shirt included!



Camp Activities 

Camp K's waterfront activities include a variety of things like canoeing, kayaking, and swimming. The beach is also a great place for skipping rocks or just relaxing with friends while enjoying the spectacular views. Activities are lead and supervised by a Certified Lifeguard and Waterfront Specialist.

Target Sports
Target sports are not only a lot of fun, but they also help develop hand-eye coordination, concentration, and focus. Camp K offers Archery, Riflery, Blow Darts, Atlatl, and even Wrist Rockets! What is Atlatl?
Camp Games
Camp K’s large activity field is perfect for games and sporting activities. Campers love playing GaGa and 9 Square in the Air, as well as all-camp games such as Capture the Flag or Pony Express.
Arts & Crafts
Painting, beading, wood burning, fiber arts, leather bracelets, woven friendship bracelets, tie-dye…and so much more. Camp K has its own crafts pavilion named “Lenny”.
From climbing mountains to exploring trails close to camp, opportunities abound for getting outside and exploring.
Camp Outs
Some campers (age dependent) spend a night or two out of camp for a more wilderness experience. They prepare, pack and carry their gear for a camp out that can include tent camping, cooking over the fire, and filtering water.
The Sauna
The lake is COLD…the sauna is wonderfully warm!
Nature and Outdoor Living
Camp K is the perfect place to learn fire building, shelter building, and Leave No Trace principles. Our resident Nature and Outdoor Specialist helps kids discover more about the plants, animals, and ecosystems around camp.
Opening and Closing Campfires
What would summer camp be without a campfire? Camp sessions begin and end with evenings around the fire sharing skits, songs and fun times together.
Horseback Riding
Campers have the option of signing up for this extra activity (separate fee required) that brings them up close and personal with the horses at Alaska Horsemen Adventures. They not only enjoy a beautiful ride through the forests and beaches along Kenai Lake, but also have a chance to learn about handling and caring for horses.
Also an extra activity that campers can sign up for when they register for camp. This rafting experience with Alaska Rivers Company takes kids on a 2 ½ hour scenic float on the Upper Kenai River.

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