The majority of the Glacier Bay National Park is water, and people are encouraged to raft, while the center is a glacier that can be hiked. Trails are relatively unmarked, making the whole experience even more alluring to adventure seekers. Bartlett Cove Campground is only accessible by foot, so if you’re looking for an off-grid experience, this is for you. Fire pits, firewood, bear-proof food storage, toilets, and a warm shelter reside along the shores of Bartlett Cove. Need some dinner options? Get out your rod and catch dinner off the Bartlett Cove dock and cook it over the fire.
Submitted By ProCamper