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Mile 61: Population: 1,310.
Mile 61.6: Alpine Historical Park, a museum featuring the concrete foundation of the Sutton Coal Washery (1920-22).
Mile 70: Pinnacle Mountain RV & Cafe.
Mile 76.2: King Mountain State Recreation Site and campground.
Mile 91.7: Pullout for Matanuska Glacier.
Mile 76.8: Population: 250. Mile 85.4: Long Lake State
Recreation Site, day-use only.
Mile 101: Matanuska Glacier State Recreation Site and campground.
Mile 102.1: Matanuska Glacier Access at Glacier Park
Matanuska Glacier
The Matanuska Glacier is the largest glacier in Alaska that can be reached by road. It is 26 miles long and 4 miles wide at its terminus. It originates from within the Chugach mountain range of Southcentral Alaska.
The pullout for Matanuska Glacier is at mile 91.7 of the Glenn Highway and there are several more pullouts further down the highway.
You can also explore the Matanuska glacier ice up-close at the privately-owned Matanuska Glacier Park (Glenn Highway milepost marker 102). The $20 entrance fee gives travelers access to drive up to and park next to the glacier. From there, if you wish, you can continue on foot onto the ice in about fifteen minutes.
 Photo by Christa Galloway | RV Alaska
  Mts. Drum, Blackburn & Wrangell from the Glenn Highway
Mile 109.7: Grand View Cafe & RV Campground
Mile 113.5: Sheep Mountain Lodge with camping.
Mile 122: Tahneta Pass, 3,000 ft.
Mile 129.5:Eureka Summit, 3,322 ft. Highest point on the Glenn Highway.
Mile 139: National Scenic Byway - This section hugs the south end of the Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) valley and parallels the path of the Matanuska Glacier. The pullout for Matanuska Glacier is at mile 91.7 and there are several more pullouts further down the highway.
Mile 153: Mendeltna Creek Lodge. See our ad on this page.
Mile 159.8: Junction with 19.3-mile-long Lake Louise Road to camping at Lake Louise State Recreation Area
Mile 173: Ranch House Lodge & RV Resort.
Mile 173: Tolsona Wilderness Campground and RV Park. See our ad on page 13.
Mile 187: Population: 450 Mile 187.3: Alaska Wildlife
Mile 188.7: Northern Nights Campground & RV Park. See our ad on this page.
Mile 189: Junction of the Richardson Highway with the Glenn Highway. Turn south on the Richardson Highway to visit Valdez.
Turn north on the Richardson Highway if you’re headed to Tok or Delta Junction.
  The number # on the ads correspond to the business locations found on the maps.
28 wooded sites • Sewer, electric & water 5 back-in sites • 16 pull-thru sites
3 back-in sites • Hot showers available
All sites have fire rings & table
Located at mile post 188.7 Glenn Hwy, Glennallen, Alaska Visit our website to reserve online today!
  Ph: (907) 822-3199
        (907) 822-3346
Mile 153 Glenn Hwy
RV Camping - 58 Wooded Sites Weddings - Retreats - Fishing Hiking Trails - Skiing
Snow Machining - Fat Tire Biking
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