A wide range of trips throughout Southcentral Alaska.
Anchorage Daily News
Alaska's highways -- such as the Glenn Highway east of Anchorage -- take RVs to dramatic scenery.
Pitch a tent or pull up the RV. Alaska's full of places to camp.
Most people try to leave the workplace behind when they go on vacation. But Bill Rogers, owner of Wild Bill's RV Alaska, takes his with him.
Located just 20 miles from Anchorage, this long-established campground offers recreation for all.
Campgrounds, cabins and shelters are maintained by the Forest Service and Alaska State Parks department throughout Southeast Alaska.
Northern Alaska has two national parks, all or part of five national wildlife refuges, a national preserve and a national monument. In all of those, camping is virtually unrestricted.
Tents and RVs are welcome
Camping in Alaska puts vacationers right in the middle of gorgeous scenery, where the fishing is good and where activities abound.
Tent and RV/motorhome campgrounds are found all along Alaska's highway system of paved and gravel roads.
Look for parkland campgrounds near the national and state parks and in many places in the Tongass and Chugach national forests.
Many campgrounds have amenities such as stores and showers. Often, the campgrounds are also RV-friendly, with electrical and water hookups and sanitary dumps.
And for people who come to Alaska to see the wild land, there's plenty of that, too. In many places, all you have to do is wander a little way off the road to be on the Last Frontier.