Alaska the last frontier
With its abundance of wildlife, awe-inspiring scenery, adventure sports and fishing, Alaska is a dream vacation for many. Most Americans considered Alaska to be the last frontier set just northwest of Canada and sharing its harsh wintery climate.It is especially known for its great camping and or RV sites for that exciting road trip or backpack adventure.
3 Top campgrounds and RV parks in Alaska
This park and holiday cabins are nestled in Valdez valley surrounded by majestic mountains, glorious waterfall in nearly all directions and teeming with wildlife including eagles.
They have top-notch facilities and RV hookups including different amp-age plug-ins, unmetered hot showers, a 24-hour convenience store, telephone, cable tv hookups and laundromats.
There is a gas/diesel station in close proximity to the park for a quick fill-up and various arranged tours, hikes, kayaking, etc. can be arranged through a tour operating in the area.
This resort was awarded the 2017 Certificate of Excellence by TripAdvisor. If you are an avid fisherman, then this is the resort of your dreams. The Kenai River offers some of the best fishing around. The river is home to many different salmon families, rainbows and halibut.
There is also a host of trip adventures, bear viewing, glacier cruises, whale watching and even blueberry picking in the right season.
This campground has long since been the favorite of many campers and RV enthusiast.
It is located on the banks of the Kachemak Bay shores and has been giving its customers outstanding service since being operational for over forty years.There are RV’s one can rent on site or bring your own, if RV’s are not for you, you can pitch a tent on one the well-placed campsites.
Here you get the best of the ocean view surrounded by the majestic peaks that dot the shore line as far as the eye can see.The site has all the standard and top-notch facilities to offer both RV’s and campers including allowing pets so Fido does can also enjoy a holiday with the family.