RV Exploration

10 Day for Anchorage

Departs Daily

From $1,899 per person + $265 tax

This vacation features the rental of motorhome and visits to all the locations Alaskans like spend time in the summer.  The vacation includes experiences that can only be found on Alaska’s highways.  Local sightseeing can easily be added to round out your vacation.

Tour Highlights

  • Rental of 31’ Motorhome
  • RV Site reservations
  • Seward
  • Homer
  • Talkeetna
  • Denali National Park

Day 1 Anchorage / Cooper Landing

Today you arrive Anchorage and pickup your 31 foot motorhome. Your motorhome is complete with linens, utensils, TV, DVR and all the equipment necessary for your vacation.

Departing Anchorage you travel south on the Seward Highway, along scenic Turnagain Arm, famous for having the second highest tidal range in the world. Pass the ski resort area of Mt Alyeska, Portage Glacier exit, and through the Chugach National Forest to Tern Lake Junction. There you take the Sterling Highway west to the town of Cooper Landing.

Day 2 Cooper Landing /Homer

Your drive today is to Homer along the Sterling Highway. Pass through Soldotna, Clam Gulch, Ninilchik and Anchor Point. On a clear day look to the west for a magnificent view of the Aleutian Mountain Range across Cook Inlet.

Your site for the next two nights is located on the Homer Spit. This park has you camp right on the water’s edge.

Day 3 Free Day in Homer

Today is a free day in Homer, known as the “Halibut Fishing Capital of the World”. Experience the wonder and beauty of the Kenai Mountains, the Alaska Range, and Kachemak Bay. View the four and a half miles of the Homer Spit, and enjoy the boardwalk shops there. You may want to try your luck at halibut fishing, take a cruise across Kachemak Bay on the Danny J or just enjoy this picturesque town.

Day 4 Homer/Seward

You will drive north on the Sterling Highway, passing through the towns of Anchor Point, Ninilchik, Clam Gulch and Soldotna. On a clear day look to the west for a magnificent view of the Aleutian Mountain Range across Cook Inlet. After crossing the Kenai Peninsula, you will turn and head south on the Seward Highway to the seaport of Seward.

Your park in Seward is one of the most beautiful and this will be your home. The park is located close to town and has a peaceful setting.

Day 5 Free Day in Seward

Today is yours to explore Seward at your own pace. Seward offers a number of activities to choose including cruises to Kenai Fjords National Park, kayaking, exploring Exit Glacier, visiting the Alaska SeaLife Center, or spending time with the team of huskies and learning about life on the Iditarod Trail.

Day 6 Seward /Talkeetna

Today’s drive starts with a drive to Anchorage 126 miles on the Seward Highway. You will have time for sightseeing on the way. Travel over Moose Pass and along scenic Turnagain Arm. You may want to take a 15-mile side-trip along the Hope Highway spur to the historic mining town of Hope.

Next you will drive 98 miles on the George Parks Highway past Wasilla and the Matanuska Valley before turning onto the Talkeetna Spur Road. Continue another 14 miles to Talkeetna, the jumping-off point for most expeditions to climb Mt McKinley.

Tonight arrive in Talkeetna and overnight at the premier RV Park in Talkeetna. All of the sites have water and power and there is a dump station available.

Day 7 Talkeetna/Denali

To begin today’s drive to Denali you will have to return down the Talkeetna Spur Road before heading north on the George Parks Highway. Watch for views of “the mountain”. You will overnight for two nights in one of the premier RV parks in the area.

Day 8 Customize your Denali Park Experience

Today is yours to schedule your personal exploration of the Park. Click Here for all the possible tour options you have to customize your stay in the Park.

Day 9 Denali/Anchorage

Today’s drive to Anchorage on the George Parks Highway is 238 miles. Cross Alaska’s highest bridge at Hurricane Gulch, skirt the Matanuska Valley, famous for over-sized vegetables, and past Eklutna Indian Village. Watch for views of “the mountain”.

The Anchorage RV Park puts a variety of activities and amusements at your doorstep. Located just a few blocks from downtown Anchorage, it offers easy access to Alaska’s largest city.

Day 10 Vacation Ends

Today return your motorhome and transfer to the Anchorage Airport.

Departure Dates (2017) Double Single
May 15 – September 15 $1,899 $3,799
Jun 1 – September 15 $1,949 $3,899
Taxes $265 $529
* Prices are per person based on the occupancy shown.
* All prices are in U.S. dollars.

* Unless otherwise indicated, all rates shown are per person in U.S. Dollars, sharing double occupancy. All rates are subject to change.

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Posted in Anchorage, Independent, Self Drive.