Clam Gulch, a community of less than 200 residents located eight miles south of Kasilof, offers sweeping views of Cook Inlet and has a reputation for excellent razor clam digging.
The Clam Gulch State Recreation Area offers 120 campsites. There is limited parking for RVs up to 35-feet in length.
In the winter, snowmachiners use a nearby parking area to access some of the peninsula's best trails and scenic backcountry. Maintaining them keeps the snowmachining members of Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers busy. The club, a nonprofit volunteer organization, was formed in 1987 for the purpose o promoting, developing and securing safe recreational trails for public use. The trails are used by hikers, hunters, bikers, snowmachiners, skiers, skijorers and dog mushers.
For more information:
Alaska Division of Parks and Outdoor Recreation, dnr.alaska.gov.parks/, (907) 262-5581
Caribou Hills Cabin Hoppers, www.akchch.org/