Dalton Highway is the “Ultimate Road Adventure”

This is part two of our recent drive up the Dalton Highway in partnership with Go North Car and RV Rentals.  Built for purpose, not comfort, the Dalton Highway is a 414-mile twisting, turning route between Interior and Arctic Alaska. Partially-paved but mostly dirt (or mud or ice, depending upon the conditions and/or season), it […]

Big Delta State Historical Park – for a day or overnight

Don’t overlook Big Delta State Historical Park along the Richardson Highway. It’s a great option for families looking for a road-system adventure with a dose of cool Alaska history.  A (usually) wonderful occupational hazard of travel writer life is setting out to explore Alaska’s lesser-known sights. I’ve just returned from a four-night journey to do […]

Campers Will Enjoy Valdez KOA This Summer

Camping as a form of recreation and travel is moving up within the list of family vacation favorites, according to the 2017 Topline Report published by Kampgrounds of America (KOA), the largest purveyor of franchise campgrounds in the United States. Currently, 61% of U.S. households went camping at least once last year, and of those […]