► 35' Alpine Zephyr, Hatcher Pass, September 19, 2011
Even the most seasoned travelers agree that Alaska takes your breath away. It offers more mountains, glaciers, and wildlife than just about anywhere else in the world.
Each year, more than one million people see Alaska by cruise ship — but land tours are limited, so passengers miss most of what Alaska has to offer. Getting off the beaten path in your own motor home allows you access to places tourists normally don't go — and the intimacy and freedom of traveling with your family gives you a more spontaneous experience than photographing wildlife from a tour bus. Plus the State of Alaska spends more than $5 million each year to provide 121 locations for you to spend the night.
It is not too late for Summer 2012 to find out for yourself — exploring the wilderness in one of our late model luxury RVs is more an adventure than a vacation, where the journey can be as entertaining as the destination — and you can leave the alarm clock at home.
► 23' North Star Adventurer - Kings Moutain, September 15, 2011
We know your time is valuable, so let us to do the up-front work to make your Alaska vacation by motor home as effortless as possible.
We have 18 floor plans to fit any need, sleeping from two to eight adults, and we also outfit specialized motor homes for the film industry. Now you can travel in RVs hired by cast and crews filming Into the Wild and other well-known productions.
Contact us today and we’ll help you plan your once-in-a-lifetime trip. And when you're ready, we hope you'll choose Alaska-rv-rentals.
► 27' Adak Argonaut - BLM Lake 3535, September 14, 2011
Why go by Motorhome?
- Unpack just once
- Travel at your own pace
- Let the kids sleep in
- Take a nap when you are tired
- Choose your own view and use your own bathroom
- Eat what you want, when you're jdgdg hungry
- Take a day or an hour — your hotel room travels with you
- Catch lunch and cook it anywhere you wish
- See locations forbidden to cars but open to motor homes
- Drive inside Denali National Park to Teklanika
- Cool your drinks with glacier ice stored in your freezer
- Experience the real Alaska most visitors don’t get to see.
► 31' Thorne Bay Discoverer - Denali Highway, August 8, 2011