Galbraith Lake Campground
This undeveloped campground includes roughly 12 campsites, bearproof garbage cans, and one vault toilet. Flowing water is available at a nearby creek, but must be filtered or treated before consumption. Although the campground sits about a mile away from the lake itself – a remnant of a large glacial lake that once occupied the entire Atigun Valley – it affords spectacular views of the lake and Brooks Range, with Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve to the west and the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge to the east. The campground is open approximately May-September.
From Fairbanks, travel north a total of 84 miles on the Steese (AK-6) and Elliott (AK-2) Highways to the Dalton Highway Junction and turn right onto the Dalton (AK-11). Continue to MP 275 and turn left onto Galbraith Airport Road, pass the series of buildings on your left, and follow the unimproved gravel road another 2.5 miles to the campground.