Alaska RVing stories

Check out the RVing opportunities in Alaska

Whether you choose to travel through colourful northern communities, or park the RV and take a glorious day cruise, Alaska is sure to impress. Witness wildlife and geological wonders that you wouldn't see anywhere else, visit cultural attractions like the Alaska Native Heritage Center or check out the Oomingmak co-operative in Anchorage to shop for traditional goods crafted by Alaskan Inuit people from local resources.

Shown is a glacier in Juneau, Alaska.
Southeast Alaska

Golf your way along the Alaska Panhandle

If you're taking a road trip through Southeast Alaska, prepare to play on some excellent golf courses.

Mr. Eggee, Chicken’s mascot, overlooks the Pedro dredge.
Alaskan Interior

Are you chicken? Alaska is

There are many reasons to squawk about Chicken, Alaska

A riverboat sits on the water

Glide down the water on a riverboat, pocket some gold at the dredge and feel the chill of Alaska

Take in two tours in Fairbanks, Alaska: Riverboat Discovery and Gold Dredge 8

A cabin is buried in deep snow with northern lights in the sky.

Tour the Alaska Panhandle

5 reasons to take your RV to the Alaska Panhandle. 

The Totem Heritage Center celebrates the native culture of Alaska through the preservation of its art.

Native Alaskan culture thrives in modern Ketchikan

Ketchikan, Alaska, celebrates its native art at the Totem Heritage Center

Camping and dining in Wrangell Alaska

Top places to grab a bite in Wrangell, Alaska

This friendly Alaskan community boasts some top-notch dining options.

Ben and Rebecca Pazdernik are watching fireworks from a boat in Seweard, Alaska.
RV News

Working mobile allows for freedom to travel

Ben and Rebecca Pazdernik have taken the dream of living on the road to a robust and exciting level, making a decent living and travelling at their leisure, unsure if they’ll ever go back to living stationary.

Upper park of Chicken Gold Camp & Outpost.
Alaskan Interior

Chicken, Alaska’s Chicken Gold Camp

Packed full of history, raw wilderness and fun, Chicken, Alaska should mark a spot on every adventurer’s bucket list.

Grizzly bear mom with three of her four cubs in Valdez, Alaska.
RV News

A grand cross-country journey

In 2012 Ronald and Danielle Saumure took a trip of a lifetime, from Ottawa to Alaska and Yellowstone National Park.

by Karen Kornelsen
U.S. troops arrive in Dawson Creek, B.C., in March 1942
Dawson Creek

The Alaska Highway: why and how

The Alaska Highway is a monument to intelligent, mutually beneficial collaboration between the United States and Canada.

Chickenstock Music Festival
Alaskan Interior

A small town with big personality

Come to Chicken, Alaska, for warm hospitality and laid-back charm.

Creamer's Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge is comprised of approximately 2000 acres of fields, woods, and wetlands.
Fall colours beginning to show along the Alaska Hwy between Kluane Lake and Whitehorse, YT on the return trip to the lower 48.

A North American tour

Riley and Karen Caton are on a journey of a lifetime, travelling to all the American states and Canadian provinces.

by Karen Kornelsen
Children looking at a sea lion at the SeaLife Centre in Seward, Alaska.
Kenai Peninsula

Top 3 things to see and do in Seward, Alaska

Seward is a sleepy little town on Resurrection Bay in Alaska that comes alive in the summertime as visitors flock by land, air and water to its scenic shores. 

The Upside-Down Flower Tower at Glacier Gardens was recognized in Reader's Digest in 2012 as America’s most interesting landmark.

Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure is a must-see in Juneau

Glacier Gardens Rainforest Adventure offers unique and amazing gardens and tours through the Alaska rainforest.

by Karen Kornelsen
A black bear feasting on pink salmon at the Anan Wildlife Observatory, a rare place to see black and brown bear feeding side.

Wrangle up some album-worthy memories in Wrangell, Alaska

Capture petroglyphs, Chief Shakes Island and wildlife along the Stikine River.

RV-friendly businesses near Alaska