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Chugach State Park, AK

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Most folks are aware of the awesome national parks covering Alaska’s wild landscape, but that doesn't mean there aren’t equally impressive state parks. In fact, one of the largest state parks in the United States borders the city of Anchorage. Chugach State Park covers just shy of 500,000 acres, with a vast complement of mountains, bays, rivers, and glaciers. Popular activities within the park include RV camping, hiking, surfing, and snowmobiling.

Chugach State Park was originally inhabited by Native Americans and was later explored by Captain Cook in the late 18th century. Its origins as a state park are much more recent, when rapid urban expansion threatened to take over. The area was already notable for the diversity of …

Denali National Park, AK

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Denali National Park spans more than six million acres of Alaskan, wild country. The park is situated in the south-central part of the state, in a very rural, very rugged region. The nearest community that is inhabited year-round is Healy, which is located around 10 miles northeast of the park boundaries. The much larger towns of Fairbanks and Anchorage are more than 100 miles and close to 250 miles, to the north and south, respectively.

This part of Alaska is forested, rural, and mountainous, so you are likely to find more animals here than people. There is also only one road into Denali National Park, and that is Alaska Route 3 that runs along the park's eastern border. The …

Johnson Lake State Recreation Area, AK

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Johnson Lake State Recreation Area sits on the picturesque Kenai Peninsula in Southern Alaska. With direct connections from Anchorage, it's one of the more accessible motorhome camping spots in the state and offers an abundance of hiking, fishing, boating, and wildlife spotting opportunities for both travelers and locals alike during the summer months. Sitting between Soldotna and Homer, there's plenty of cultural attractions and quaint Alaskan towns to explore in the local area too.

Encompassing 322 acres of woodland and an 85-acre lake, it's no wonder that camping at Johnson Lake State Recreation Area has become the place to go in recent years. With a scenic campground to base yourself in for the weekend, there's no reason not …

Kenai Fjords National Park, AK

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Kenai Fjords National Park is situated on the Kenai Peninsula, in far southern Alaska. This large finger of land juts into the Gulf of Alaska and, from there, the North Pacific Ocean. The national park is in a very remote area with the small town of Seward, which sits just east of the park's boundaries, being the only larger, local community. The nearest larger town is Kenai, which is around 100 miles to the northwest, while the nearest large city is Anchorage, at around 120 miles to the north.

A fjord is defined as a narrow inlet of the sea that travels between steep cliffs. This perfectly describes the landscape where Kenai Fjords National Park is situated. …

Lake Clark National Park, AK

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Remote, undeveloped, vast, and beautiful, Lake Clark National Park is sure to take your breath away from the moment you enter the park boundaries. Incredible wilderness adventure is easy to find within the park, with something for everyone to enjoy. Whether you are hoping to spot some nature, stretch your legs or take a paddle in the water, the options are endless, so what are you waiting for? Search for an RV in Kenai Peninsula Borough and start your Alaska adventure today.

Lake Clark itself is a 42-mile-long body of water that is ringed by glacially carved valleys and snow-capped peaked, making it quite an impressive sight. It located in the heart of the Chigmit Mountains in Alaska by the …