RV Day Trips
All-American Road Cruise
Taking in the majestic views of Alaska is a timeless way to spend your trip to the Last Frontier. For centuries visitors have been
struck speechless at the sight of our landscapes – and you can be your own guide as you take in the beauty our state has to offer!
National Scenic Byways are recognized by the United States Department of Transportation for possessing unique qualities. The most
scenic of these roads are designated All-American Roads, and two are in the state of Alaska! The Alaska
Marine Highway System and Seward Highway.
- The only water system to be designated a National Scenic Byway, bringing your RV onboard the Alaska Marine Highway System
allows you to sit back and enjoy the 5-day voyage up the Inside Passage and across the Gulf to Whittier, Alaska.
- Visit the Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center where you can see indigenous species up close as they care for injured
and orphaned animals year-round. Watch Wood Bison meander through 65 acres of tidal flat terrain, part of a program to
restore the species to Alaska.
- Set up camp and enjoy a long Alaskan summer night. Many campgrounds offer full hookups for RVs and Internet service,
or you can unplug and watch the campfire instead!
- Cruise down the Seward Highway as you continue the All-American Road trip of a lifetime on the other nationally recognized
highway in Alaska, through the Kenai Peninsula, Chugach National Forest, and Kenai Mountains.
Photo by Michael DeYoung – Travel Alaska
Ferry to Skagway and trace the path of past. Follow the gold rush trail along the Klondike Highway, into Canada, to Whitehorse, Yukon's capital
and Canada's Wilderness City.
- Take in the sweeping vista of Miles Canyon from the viewing site above the canyon.
- Check out a free summer concert in the middle of downtown, find fresh local food at the weekly Farmers Market, and watch salmon
make their way up the world’s longest wooden Fish Ladder.
- Museums and cultural centers let you experience the history of the Klondike and catch a glimpse of the more distant past, with
exhibits on the Woolly Mammoth, Giant Steppe Bison, and more.
- Visit the S.S. Klondike National Historic Site, located on the banks of the Yukon River.