This campground is situated near a scenic beach and once was a village site for the Auk Tlingit Natives. It features 11 camping sites, each with a fire ring, a picnic table, and normal accessibility standards. For $10, you get a single site, access to all the backcountry amenities, including potable water and vault toilets. Depending on your cell carrier, you might even have service despite this campground being relatively off the grid. You'll be nearby to beach activities, plenty of fishing, berry picking, sea kayaking, hiking, and more.
Let's talk negatives. Remember, you and your pooch are in Alaska, and no matter where you go in Alaska (especially in the summer when its bear season), you're going to have to take extreme precaution in order to keep yourself and your dog safe.
Additionally, there are no listed showers at this facility, you will not have wifi access, and you certainly will not have flushing toilets or laundry facilities available to you. If you're not looking to backcountry camp, this might not be the spot for you!
While it's clear that dogs are welcomed on the Auk Village campground, there are no specified rules for how you and your dog should behave. We suggest that if your dog doesn't follow voice commands strictly that you keep them on a leash at all times. While there's no leash length requirements, we suggest keeping them on a leash no longer than 6 feet in order to retain maximum control of your doggo.