Things to do & Links
3900 South Tustin Dr.
Palmer AK 99645
What you need
Fishing License, King Stamp, Lunch, Snack & Drinks, Warm Clothes,
Rain Gear, Cooler or bag for your catch.
Directions to the Little Susitna River,
Susitna River is a 90-minute drive North of Anchorage or 45 minutes from
Wasilla. From Anchorage the best route is taking 6th Avenue East, as you
leave town this road will become the Glenn Highway.
Stay on the main Highway and about 35 miles out of Anchorage it becomes
the Parks Highway as it bends towards Wasilla. Turn left at the fourth
traffic light on the Parks Highway as you drive into Wasilla (Main Street
intersection) this road becomes Knik - Goose Bay Road as it leaves Wasilla.
17.2 miles Southwest from Wasilla on Kink-Goose Bay Road turn right onto
Pt. MacKenzie Road.
Travel along Pt. MacKenzie Road until it dead ends at the T. Turn right
at the T onto gravel, proceed a quarter of a mile and turn left onto Ayrshire
Road. Approximately 2.5 miles down Ayrshire make one final right hand
turn onto Little Su Access Road. The Turn is at an Y in the road and proceeds
approximately 2 miles to the Little Susitna River Public Use Facility
campground and boat launch. Daily parking costs $5. Highway and road driving
times from Anchorage are approximately 90 minutes for morning trips, but
may take longer for afternoon trips.
Standard meeting times for Little Susitna River is 5:30 a.m. for morning
trips and 12 Noon for afternoon trips.
We meet our guests at the rivers; you'll find us in the boat launching
or mooring areas, waiting for you, cutting up fish from our previous charter,
or getting the boat ready for your trip. Since there are usually few people
standing around the boat launch, we're easy to find. If you should have
trouble finding us, just ask for Greg Giauque or Alaska Susitna Charters.