The Fascinating Natural Beauty of Alaska
“The Last Frontier”. Nothing suits an Alaska RV rental vacation better than the excitement of the city and nature mingling together in the same place.
Alaska offers arts and culture, monuments, and plenty of panoramic National and State Parks. If you decide to venture into the wilderness with your Alaska RV rental, you will notice the legendary Flattop Mountain staring down at you and your motor home.
There is no shortage of festivities, so rent your Alaskan RV during the Summer Solstice (June 21). Alaska motor home rental vacations will include 23 hours of sun during this time.
Drive your Alaska RV rental south of Anchorage to the Kenai Penninsula. The Kenai Penninsula is a very popular recreational area where you will find an abundance of campgrounds and paddling areas. It is easily accessible and is roughly 43 miles from Anchorage. The Kenai Penninsula is covered with mountains, icefields, glaciers, and hiking trails. Don’t miss this awesome RV rental experience in Alaska.
Skagway is a small town with less than one thousand people. This town was once busy with gold rush fever in the late 1800s but is now a town that exists mostly from tourism. Skagway doubles in size in the summer as they accommodate over 900,000 visitors during the tourist season. With that many people passing through Skagway every summer, it’s a good idea to bring your own accommodations.
Renting an RV in Alaska will save you from fighting the crowds to hotels and restaurants. So when the Cruise Ships come in, you can head out into the Alaskan Frontier to enjoy all the beauty the Alaskan outback has to offer. Check out the Dewey Lakes Trail System or the Denver Glacier Trail. Then spend the evening relaxing in your own private home away from home.
On your way North to Alaska, check out our article on RVing Washington State National Parks.