knik river ranch

Five dry-cabins

  • No bedding provided
  • Sleeps around eight

THE knik river AREA

Adjacent to the Knik River Public Use Area

Land within the KRPUA boundary encompasses approximately 200,000 acres of state owned lands, and another 60,000 acres of federally owned lands administered by the Bureau of Land Management

Pioneer Peak

6400 ft peak, a local landmark and part of the Chugach range

horses are always welcome

When the water level is low enough in the river side channel (usually all months except for mid-June thru August) the river bed is accessible with great footing.  The link below is to the National Weather Service website which measures the water level at the bridge. A main channel water level below about 8 feet equates to the side channel being low enough to cross. use your own judgement, be careful and avoid the areas of glacial silt. 

riding on the knik river


Veteran owned and operated

veteran owned and operated