K’esugi Ken Campground a Treasure For Family Outings

I’ve traveled the Parks Highway a multitide of times during my 12-year tenure as an Alaska resident, and I always appreciate the landscape outside my window. But shortly past Trapper Creek – across the Chulitna river, where the green of Interior tundra starts to combine with brushy alder and willow, sits a new slice of […]

Freshwater Fun for Kids: kayaking and canoeing Alaska

This post originally appeared in the the June 20, 2015 edition of the Alaska Dispatch News.  Water in any form is intriguing stuff. Salty, fresh, or frozen, water is a sensory highlight for children, whose curiosity is piqued by the many opportunities for splishing and splashing. In Alaska, many of those experiences center around boats, […]