A wide range of trips throughout Southcentral Alaska.
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As if there weren't enough to do in Homer before, now visitors have to add one more stop to their itinerary -- the Alaska Islands and Oceans Visitors Center.
Livengood lies 50 miles northwest of Fairbanks where the Dalton Highway meets the Elliott Highway.
The town of Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, is near Prudhoe Bay, which is part of the Beaufort Sea on the Arctic Ocean coast.
Fort Yukon, Alaska, sits at the confluence of the Yukon and Porcupine rivers about 145 air miles northeast of Fairbanks. It is just north of the Arctic Circle in the Yukon Flats National Wildlife Refuge.
Anaktuvuk Pass, Alaska, is the last remaining settlement of the Nunamiut (inland northern Inupiat Eskimo).
Petersville, Alaska, is located on Petersville Road about 20 miles west of its intersection with the Parks Highway at Trapper Creek.
Trapper Creek, Alaska, lies between mile 107 and 133 of the George Parks Highway, in the Mat-Su Borough.
McGrath, Alaska, is adjacent to the Kuskokwim River directly south of its confluence with the Takotna River.
Diomede is on the west coast of Little Diomede Island in the Bering Strait, 135 miles northwest of Nome. It is only 2.5 miles from Big Diomede Island, Russia.
Galena, Alaska, is located on the north bank of the Yukon River, 45 miles east of Nulato and 270 air miles west of Fairbanks.
Halibut Cove, Alaska, is in Kachemak Bay State Park on the Kenai Peninsula, 12 miles southeast of Homer on the southern shore of the bay.
Ester is 8 miles west of Fairbanks in Interior Alaska.
The community of Fox, Alaska, lies on the right bank of Fox Creek as it enters Goldstream Creek Valley, 10 miles northeast of Fairbanks.
Pelican, Alaska, sits on the northwest coast of Chichagof Island on Lisianski Inlet.
Gulkana, Alaska, sits on the east bank of the Gulkana (Kulkana) River at its confluence with the Copper River, 14 miles north of Glennallen.
Gakona, Alaska, sits at the confluence of the Copper and Gakona rivers, at Mile 2 on the Tok Cutoff to the Glenn Highway, 15 miles northeast of Glennallen.
The town of Sterling is along the Sterling Highway at the junction of the Moose and Kenai rivers, 18 miles east of the city of Kenai.
Kasilof, Alaska, sits along the eastern shore of Cook Inlet on the Kenai Peninsula. Kasilof is a geographic location, rather than an organized community for the area's 500 residents.
Anchor Point, Alaska, sits on the Kenai Peninsula at the junction of the Anchor River and its north fork, 14 miles northwest of Homer on the Sterling Highway.