Palmer, AK RV Rentals and Motorhome Rentals
22' Itasca Spirit (MISPI2200)
Recent traveler reviews in Palmer, AK
North Wind RV Rental
Great guy, nice and very uncomplicated. I would always rent from him again.
The roadtrek was everything we could have wished for and more. It can easily be parked and can deliver power even when going uphill. It was perfect for our excursion through...
Newish RV. No problems with this well kept vehicle. Generous free mileage and helpful hosts. Thanks Vmuch for the lift to the plane.
P E R F E C T - ultra comfort, everything wished for and compact (easy to drive and park).
Mary was great. Explained the rv features to us and was very flexible on pickup and drop off times.
Very nice, slightly older model rig, great condition and amenities. Mike and Mary were very responsive and kind.
The RV was fantastic, everything worked as it should. Perfect size for the two of us and plenty of storage. Very clean. Easy to handle, drove great. Pickup and drop off was...
Very good service, timely delivery and pick-up. Thorough walk thru of RV.
North Wind RV Rental
Had a great trip. Owner was very responsive. Several small glitches with the RV were immediately addressed. Recommend highly
North Wind RV Rental
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Top 10 Hiking Trails for RVers
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|Winner Creek Trail||Girdwood||Alaska|
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|Mount Baldy Trail||Eagle River||Alaska|
|Wolverine Peak Trail||Anchorage||Alaska|
|South Fork Eagle River Trail||Eagle River||Alaska|
Recommended RV Campgrounds and Attractions around Palmer, AK
The best bike path in Anchorage offers 11-miles of coastal views, where you'll find parks, scenic places and historical markers. The trail begins at Second Avenue in downtown Anchorage and finishes in Kincaid Park. The trail is in great condition being entirely paved and supports two-way traffic. In the summer you can jog, roller blade, and bike. In the winter you can cross country skii or try your hand at skijoring.
If you want to see Alaska in all its winter splendor, then be sure to attend the Fur Rendezvous Festival. Come and enjoy one of the longest running festivals in Alaska. The ?Fur Rondy? as it?s known to the locals, has been celebrating Alaskan winter for the past 80 years. It draws international crowds who want to feel the Alaskan spirit. Bring your winter gear and check out the native arts, snow sculpture contest, sled-dog races, the Native Alaskan tradition ?The Blanket Toss?, and the quintessential Alaskan event: ?running of the reindeer.?
This fair offers an eclectic mix of Alaskan foods, music, exhibits, rides and contests. Cultural performances will also display Alaska's rich heritage. Glance around the exhibits to experience the local art, artisanal foods and beers. And if you can't get enough of the merry atmosphere, you can even camp out or park your RV on the fairgrounds!
Another wonderful park located in midtown Anchorage, where you can explore downtown, trails, shopping, theaters and other major Alaskan attractions. You'll have access to free: high speed Wi-fi, hot showers, cable, and freshly brewed coffee all day. Choose from 51 comfortable sites.
Stay in a quiet and spacious camp with 215 sites. Within reach is a municipal park with a playground and a large area for walking your dog, golf courses, stores, public transportation or city bike trails, and more. The park offers amenities such as free hot showers, laundry rooms, Wi-fi, picnic tables, fire rigs, and nightly entertainment where you'll get to see acts by local entertainers and musicians.
Rumored to be the most beautiful place in Alaska, where the most stunning highway in the states will take you there. Take a short and scenic ride here. Watch the wildlife, you can catch glimpses of whales, mountain goats, moose, or bears. In the fall and winter month you can see a bore tide. Be ready to take many pictures although the landscape will stay with you for a lifetime.
A convenient location just a couple of blocks away from downtown Anchorage, you will have access to many activities and entertainment. Amenities include water and electric hook-ups, laundry mat, a local tour of the reservation center, and more.
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