Morrison Outdoors Infant Sleeping Bag – For a good night at camp

AKontheGO is thankful for parents like Kristen Stevens who are willing to test gear in the name of comfort and safety for all AK Kids. Below is her review of the Morrison Outdoors Infant Sleeping Bag, modeled by adorable Lillian, 16 months.  ~EK    “My husband and I have six kids, the youngest of whom […]

Cabins and Campsites for Alaska Road Trips

As spring marches on as usual, regardless of this unusual time, the State of Alaska has begun easing some of the mandates designed to protect its citizens from the COVID-19 pandemic.  A few weeks of lovely weather has had Alaskans straining at the invisible tethers tying them to their own communities, but a few have […]

Tonsina Cabin Near Seward a Perfect Place

*This story originally appeared in the Anchorage Daily News on Tuesday, May 15, 2018.*  UPDATE: After publication on Tuesday morning, reservations went live on the DNR website, and the cabin is booked every weekend through October. Try Sunday nights, Thursday nights, or Monday nights if you want to bookend a weekend adventure near Seward. ~EK  […]

We’re Live for Family Fun Camp – Spring Edition!

Snuggled together in the Manitoba Cabin last October, family fun camp participants celebrated the National Park Service’s 100th birthday, made name tags, sipped hot chocolate, and got to know one another. Outside, this group of 15 learned about archery, safe fire-building, and even got to watch a few falling stars before falling asleep to the […]

Family Camp: Alaskans Share Their Favorite Campgrounds

Who better to review Alaska campgrounds than real, live Alaskans? We asked, they responded, and now we’re sharing it with you. The 49th state is full of campgrounds and unofficial campsites that, believe it or not, fill up quickly with locals and visitors during the summer months. Between fishing season and tourist season, finding a […]