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Explore Alaska by RV

Alaska has spectacular sights along its highways, including endless mountains, colorful glaciers and fresh or salt waterways.

Explore Alaska by motorhome and travel at your own pace. With over 1,000 miles of roadway to travel it provides the ultimate in flexibility as you choose your own schedule and pace.

2019 RV Alaska Photo Contest Winner: Melissa Bierer
North America’s Tallest
Peak at 20,310 feet


Katmai National Park Grizzly Bear Alaska
Katmai National Park & Preserve
Alaska Salmon Fishing on Kenai River
Photo courtesy Jim Nelson
Salmon Fishing on the Kenai River

Denali National Park and Preserve has just one road, called the Denali Park Road, and it is the primary avenue for visitors to see and experience Denali.
The road is 92 miles long, and only the first 15 miles of it are paved. That paved portion, leading from the park entrance to Savage River, is open during the summer for public (non-commercial) vehicles to drive.

Getting to the park is relatively easy, as there is only one highway (Alaska State Route 3, also called the “George Parks Highway”), connecting Anchorage—Denali—Fairbanks.
Up-to-date park operations and visitor center hours are available at or call (907) 683-9532.

In 1917, Congress created this park for one main reason: to protect Dall sheep. Over time, Congress expanded the park boundaries and added other reasons for its existence, including protection of North America’s tallest mountain, Denali, and a place for wilderness recreation.

Hiking (on and off-trail)
Denali is a vast park (over 6 million acres) but has very few trails. This is intentional; as mentioned above, one reason this park exists is to preserve wilderness recreation, including hiking and backpacking in a trail-less landscape. Some marked trails exist, mainly around the two visitor centers.

Kenai Peninsula

The Kenai Peninsula, only 200 miles south of Anchorage, boasts colorful coastal towns, glacier and wildlife sightseeing, as well as recreational activities including sailing, kayaking, and fishing.

Many RV Parks on the Kenai Peninsula have access to fishing or are located right on the shore. Some RV Parks have fish-cleaning stations, vacuum sealing equipment, freezers, and overnight shipping services for your catches.

RV Alaska Newspaper

Our RV Alaska publication is designed as an easy-to-use reference as you travel Alaska. It features a complete listing of RV Dump Stations, RV Park & Campground listings, easy to use maps and much more!

Alaska Highway Guides

Alaska’s highways are generally referred to by their names instead of the route number. Most highways are paved but Denali Highway and Dalton Highway have gravel sections.


Most anglers dream of fishing in Alaska. Be sure you know the regulations for the area where you plan to fish. Know the rules for the waterway too.

RV Parks & Campgrounds

The most complete and up-to-date listings of private Campgrounds & RV Parks and state run campgrounds. Featuring photos and detailed write-ups.

Alaska RV Dump Stations

Our comprehensive list of RV Dump Stations is kept up-to-date and features an easy to use legend. The list does not include RV Parks that offer full hookups.

Glacial Alaska

Some of the most impressive glaciers in Alaska are easily viewed by road. We’ve put together this handy reference guide to show you where you can see these glacial wonders!

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2019 Photo Contest Winner announced!