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                                                     ANCHORAGE TO FAIRBANKS MILEAGE LOG
Mile 0: Population: 291,845
Mile 4.2: Take Muldoon Road exit to visit Alaska Native Heritage Center.
See our ad on the page 20.
Mile 11.6: Exit to Eagle River Campground, Chugach State Park.
Mile 13.4: Exit to Chugiak and Eagle River.
Mile 35: Junction of the Glenn Highway and Parks Highway.
Mile 36: Mat-Su Visitor Center. Ph: 907-746-5000
Mile 37.8: Big Bear RV Park & Campground
Mile 39.3: Seward Meridian Road Meridian Center Mall and Walmart.
Mile 41.5: Junction with Palmer-Wasilla Highway.
Mile 42.2: Junction with Knik- Goose Bay Road to Iditarod Trail Headquarters.
Mile 42.2: Junction with Knik- Goose Bay Road to Iditarod Trail Headquarters.
Mile 42.2: Population 8,736 - Visitor Information and access to Hatcher Pass via Main Street.
Mile 47: The Museum of Alaska Transportation and Industry.
Mile 52.2: Junction with Big Lake Road to Big Lake Recreation area
Mile 57: Bridge over Little Susitna River, parking.
Mile 57.3: Little Susitna River Campground.
Mile 57.4: Population: 2,112 Mile 57.5: Miller’s Place with
Mile 57.7: Riverside Camper Park
Mile 66.5: Nancy Lake State Recreation Site and campground.
Mile 67.2: Nancy Lake State Recreation Area with the South Rolly Lake Campground
Mile 69.5: Population: 2,141 Mile 70.8: Willow Creek
State Recreation Area and campground.
Mile 71.2: Junction with Hatcher Pass Road, a scenic 49 mile long narrow, gravel road. Not recommended for large RVs or trailers.
Mile 71.5: Willow Creek Resort.
Mile 82.5: Susitna Landing Boat Launch & Campground. See ad on the opposite page.
Mile 87.9: Gigglewood Lakeside Inn.
Mile 96.4: Montana Creek Campground.
Mile 98.8: Junction with 14 mile long road to Talkeetna.
Population 931 - Talkeetna is
a historic village nestled at the base of Mt. McKinley (Denali) with panoramic views of the Alaska Range. The town is located at the end of the paved 14-mile-long Talkeetna Spur Road. Visitor Information and services available in Talkeetna. See page 19 for more info.
Mile 114.6: Trapper Creek Inn & RV Park.
Mile 114.6: Devonshire Road access.
Mile 114.6: Petersville Road
junction. Provides access to Petersville Recreational Mining Area.
Mile 115: Population: 456. Mile 133: Mt. McKinley
Princess Wilderness Lodge.
Mile 134.8: Denali Viewpoint South with an excellent view of Mt. Denali and overnight parking (fee).
Mile 135: Views of Denali can be seen at several spots along the highway, particularly at the Willow and the Denali Viewpoint.
Mile 137.2: Lower Troublesome Creek – Denali State park campground.
Mile 147: Byers Lake – Denali State Park campground.
Mile 147.1: Alaska Veterans Memorial, rest area and visitor information.
Mile 162.4: Denali Viewpoint North.
Mile 162.7: Denali View North, overnight parking for a fee.
Mile 185.8: East Fork Chulitna Wayside with overnight parking.
Mile 201.3: Broad Pass Summit – 2,409 ft.
Mile 209.9: Junction with the Denali Highway, a 133-mile gravel road east to Paxson on the Richardson Highway.
Mile 210: Population: 191 - Cantwell RV Park.
Mile 229.1: Denali Air – flightseeing.
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