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Located in the coastal town of Ninilchik on the Kenai Peninsula, the campground is a fantastic camping destination. While staying at this campground travelers can enjoy fishing, clamming and more on the 9 acres of the campground. Nearby visitors can enjoy all that the city of Anchorage has to offer, as well as the wonderful outdoor opportunities throughout the Kenai Peninsula.
This beautiful Valdez RV Park is a fantastic place for visitors to enjoy the beautiful Prince William Sound of Alaska. Travelers can enjoy the comfortable sites as well as rental cabins. This RV Park is a great base camp for hiking, fishing and more. There are plenty of hiking and biking trails, waterfalls, fishing charters, helicopter tours and much more. Visitors can also explore the Valdez Museum as well as the Columbia and Mears Glacier.
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Alaska RV Destinations
The Kenai Peninsula is one of Alaska's beautiful vacation destinations. The peninsula is separated from the mainland by the Prince William Sound on the east and by Cook Inlet on the west. Visitors to the Kenai Peninsula can visit the Kenai Mountains in the Kenai Fjords National Park, where visitors can find glaciers, fjords and especially Harding Icefield. The Kenai River has an amazing salmon population. The Kenai Peninsula has a relatively mild climate, and is a great destination for fishing and much more. Another great Kenai Peninsula destination is the Pratt Museum in Homer. This museum has stunning exhibits on native cultures and the early settlers.
Denali National Park
This National Park is a stunning place to enjoy Alaska's Wilderness. Denali National Park is located about 240 miles north of Anchorage and 120 miles south of Fairbanks. Visitors can reach the park by the Alaska Railroad, by bus or on the single road entrance to the park. Once in the park visitors should stop at the various Visitor Centers. Denali Visitor Center is the main source of information for the park and is the starting point for most ranger-led programs. The park has 6 million acres of wild land and is open year round, but only in the summer months do the snow and ice loosen their hold on the park. Visitors to Denali National Park can visit the Savage Day-use Area, enjoy backpacking, mountaineering, wildlife viewing and much, much more.
Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve
This unique Alaskan destination covers over 13 million acres and is the largest unit in the National Park System. Those travelers looking to experience wilderness exploration are sure to find an adventure in Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Located in the southeastern corner of Alaska, this park provides visitors with the opportunity to enjoy a wide variety of recreational activities. There are a variety of rafting options along the rivers within the park, and there are even areas that are ideal for sea kayaking. Visitors can also enjoy backcountry trips, mountaineering, fishing and much more.
Visitors to Juneau should stop by these amazing botanical gardens. Glacier Gardens covers 50 acres of southeast Alaska's rainforest, and visitors will enjoy tours of the gardens. One especially interesting feature of these gardens are the Upside Down trees. These great trees are upside down tree trunks with flowers planted on top of the roots of the upside down tree.
The Aleutian Archipelago are a chain of islands that stretch 1,000 miles away from the mainland of Alaska. The coastline of these islands are rugged and rocky, there are even active volcanoes in the archipelago. Travelers can explore these islands by taking the ferries, as well as driving across the bridge that connects Unalaska Island to Amaknak Island, where visitors will find Dutch Harbor. Visitors to Unalaska can learn about the history of the islands by exploring the Aleut villages. The region is also a great destination to see wildlife, including bears and much more.