The Alaska Zoo Shares the Love in February

The Alaska Zoo is giving the community a chance to show their love for zoo residents again this year with its annual Valentines for the Animals event. On Saturday, Feb. 16, visitors to the Alaska Zoo can make valentine cards for the animals at the card craft station and hand deliver the notes to large envelops located at each […]

Anchorage Hotels to Stay and Play

Anchorage is Alaska’s largest city, boasting 300,000 souls who live, work, and play in the immediate “Anchorage Bowl” area. It also swells during the high tourist season between May and September, with hardly enough beds to accommodate the number of heads looking for a spot to sleep. In response to an extremely high demand, and […]

A Downtown Pass Means More Family Fun in Anchorage

by Erin Kirkland Note: AKontheGO is working in tandem with the Anchorage Downtown Partnership to promote the Downtown Pass.  The core of any city is reflected in the vibrancy of its downtown district, and Anchorage is no different. Alaska’s largest village is known as a hub for commerce, governance, tourism, and transportation, and is one […]

Winter in Anchorage: Five reasons to bring the kids

While summer brings the largest number of visitors to Anchorage, a vibrant winter market is beginning to emerge as a close competitor for unique family vacation opportunities. From festivals to activities that rely upon Alaska’s frosty temperatures, wintertime means time for kids to experience the things that make Alaska famous. When should you visit? Typically, […]

Anchorage Downtown Partnership’s Trick or Treat Street: A Spook-tacular Event!

Calling all ghosts, goblins, and ghouls! AKontheGO is thrilled to be partnering with sponsors/friends Salmon Berry Tours and Alaska Center for Pediatrics at the 2012 Trick or Treat Street event, held Saturday, October 27 in downtown Anchorage, from 12-4 p.m. Trick or Treat Street is a fabulous family tradition, and a safe way for kids of […]