See Alaska Sights Virtually If You Can’t Be Here In Person

Our collective fight against the novel coronavirus continues. Alaska is pushing 200 cases of COVID-19 after a rough weekend that included another death. Children are still out of brick and mortar schools, parents are continuing to work from home, and as Passover and Easter both come upon us, we are reminded once again that we […]

Alaska On the Go Show — All Aboard the Alaska Railroad

ALASKA ON THE GO SHOW #1: January 8 2019  It was a great first effort on KONR – LP 106.1/Out North Radio for show number one, with my guest Meghan Clemens of the Alaska Railroad. In 30 short minutes, Meghan and I delved into the lesser-traveled routes of the railbelt between Seward and Fairbanks, checking […]

Traveling to Alaska in 2020? Do these things right now

It’s a new year — 2020 has arrived and the time is now to solidify Alaska travel plans if Santa Claus put a big old trip around the Last Frontier under the Christmas tree. If you haven’t yet made reservations or dotted the map with Alaska destinations, now is the time to… Plan the route. […]

You Are Here: What to do in Anchorage this winter

Howdy, dedicated AKontheGO’ers, it’s nice to be back at the keyboard after a busy fall of trips and their planning. I went to Juneau for the Alaska Travel Industry Association Convention, then jetted to Las Vegas to represent my AK writing cohorts for the annual Alaska Media Road Show. And, everywhere in between, I schlepped […]

Beluga Cabin at Bird Creek a Perfect Fall Destination

The birch forest around the Alaska State Parks’ Beluga Cabin rang with shouts and laughter last Saturday as the second Family Adventure Day kicked off in fine style. A project between AKontheGO and State Parks, the event is one of several designed to give parents and kids a heads up into seasonal family fun available […]

Meet Get Lost Travel Vans For a New Way to RV Alaska

AKontheGO learns about seamless camping with Get Lost Travel Vans, based in Anchorage, Alaska.  Seeing Alaska by automobile has long been a popular way to transit among the few highways and byways we have in the Last Frontier, especially for those with an independent streak, loose schedule, or both. There’s something liberating about turning the […]

Summer Camp Podcast: Alaska On the Go

Our latest episode of the Alaska On the Go Podcast introduces listeners to a few new Alaska summer camp ideas.  Download Episode 3 of Alaska On the Go now!  When I was in third grade, my parents sent me to my first overnight summer camp. I’ll never forget it, because the friend I went with […]

Welcome to Alaska – How can we help you?

Planning a trip to Alaska often feels daunting for parents or grandparents looking to see as much as they can, in a set amont of time, with one or more children in tow. “We want to show them everything!” is a statement I’ve heard more than once, and it’s sometimes difficult to talk down the enthusiastic […]