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Information About Anchorage, AK

Alaska, known for its rugged terrain and spirit, is one of the most popular destinations for the outdoorsy type. Anchorage is a great jumping off point for your RV adventure. One of the largest state parks in the U.S. can be found here in Alaska (Chugach State park has 495,000 acres) and the largest national forest as well (Tongass National Forest). Denali Mountain is the highest peak in U.S. Meanwhile, Yukon?Kuskokwim Delta, is one of the largest river deltas in the world. And if that wasn't enough Alaska is the largest state in the U.S., and it is mostly populated by wildlife. Yet, if you need a break from great outdoors there are plenty of museums, art exhibitions, and events that showcase Alaska's heritage and history. Or if you're a foodie you can enjoy excellent restaurants that provide ethnic cuisine. Alaska is a world of its own and its grandeur will leave you with memories to last several lifetimes. Booking your RV rental from Anchorage Alaska will allow you to explore the interior parks and sights in style. Class C and Class B rentals allow you to get in to some of the smaller campgrounds with ease.

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Rentals by Type Near Anchorage, AK

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Simon & Seafort's

Where
420 L St, Anchorage, AK 99501, USA

Fire Island Rustic Bakeshop

Where
1343 G St, Anchorage, AK 99501, USA

Bear Tooth Theatrepub

Where
1230 W 27th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

Jens' Restaurant

Where
701 W 36th Ave, Anchorage, AK 99503, USA

Flattop Mountain

Where
Flattop Mountain, Anchorage, AK 99516, USA

Seaview Cafe & Bar

Where
18416 B Avenue, Hope, AK 99605, USA
WhatRestaurant
The Seaview is located in the town of Hope on the north shore of the Kenai Peninsula. Just 80 miles from Anchorage on Turnagain Arm, Hope was Alaska's first gold mining town, established in the 1890s. By Brittney Cornell

Hope

Where
Hope, AK 99605, USA

Chugach State Park

Where
18620 Seward Hwy, Anchorage, AK 99516, USA
WhatSoaring Mountains
Chugach State Park is located in Southcentral Alaska mostly within the Municipality of Anchorage. The park contains approximately 495,000 acres of land and is one of the largest parks in the states. By Brittney Cornell

Chair 5 Restaurant

Where
171 Lindblad Ave, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatRestaurant
Chair Five Restaurant was conceived in a drunken stupor during the rainy season of 1982. It is now home to arguably the best deep-dish pizza in Alaska. We recommend the Blackened Chicken. By Brittney Cornell

Crow Creek Mercantile

Where
150 Hightower Rd, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatGrocery Store
A small grocery and general storein the downtown square of Girdwood, this place has a great vibe; you might just make a friend or two in the isles. It is a tight space so practice your dance skills. By Brittney Cornell

The Grind

Where
236 Hightower Rd, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatEverything Else
With coffee roasted in-house by Brittney herself, The Grind is a unique coffee shop in downtown Girdwood, They serve up delectable waffles alongside their coffee if you are looking for a quick bite. By Brittney Cornell

Alyeska Resort

Where
1000 Arlberg Ave, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatPoint of interest
Incredible hiking and downhill mountain biking during the summer season. We recommend you check out The Powder Hound, the independent shop in town, if you are looking for bike rentals. Good guys. By Brittney Cornell

Powder Hound Ski Shop

Where
210 Arlberg Ave, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatPlace
The Powder Hound is nestled in uptown Girdwood at the base of Alyeska Resort. If you are looking to do some skiing or biking while in Alaska, we suggest you grab the necessary gear from these guys. By Brittney Cornell

Jack Sprat

Where
165 Olympic Mountain Loop, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatRestaurant
Creative dishes (with vegan options) served in an airy, wood-dominated space overlooking mountains. We recommend the Yam Fries as an appetizer and the Berry Bread Pudding for dessert. By Brittney Cornell

Winner Creek Trail

Where
Winner Creek Trail, Girdwood, AK 99587, USA
WhatPoint of interest
One of our favorite trails to take visiting friends and family. The trail leads to a unique cable cart, the hand-tram, which allows you to cross the Winner Creek Gorge with Glacier Creek below. By Brittney Cornell

Alaska State Fair Inc

Where
2075 Glenn Hwy, Palmer, AK 99645, USA
WhatEvent
Each fall, Nestled in the heart of the Chugach Mountains, in the fertile Matanuska-Susitna Valley the Fair provides the perfect setting for Alaska’s last blast of summer showcasing the best of Alaska. By Brittney Cornell

Hatcher Pass

Where
Hatcher Pass, Willow, AK 99654, USA

Independence Mine State Historical Park Visitor Center

Where
23264 Gold Cord Rd, Palmer, AK 99645, USA
WhatSoaring Mountains
Independence hard-rock gold mine was once home to 206 workers and 16 families who lived high above tree line. Digging and blasting, workers recovered 140,000 ounces of gold before the mine shut down. By Brittney Cornell