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The Last Frontier: 3 Cities You Have to Take Your Kids to on Your Trip to Alaska

The Last Frontier: 3 Cities You Have to Take Your Kids to on Your Trip to Alaska

Although it might get overlooked as a possible vacation destination because of its remote location, Alaska deserves serious consideration for your next trip. Because of its incredible outdoor recreational opportunities and breathtaking scenery, Alaska makes a great place to take your children to experience the wonders of Mother Nature. Here are three cities where you have to take your kids when you venture to the last frontier of Alaska.


As the capital city of Alaska, Juneau is practically bursting at the seams with interesting things to see and do. Budget boasts there are so many natural wonders to see when visiting Juneau, AK. Check out Mendenhall Glacier or the National Shrine of St. Therese. For a breathtaking hike, head out to East Glacier Loop or go on a whale-watching tour. The waterfront district is a great place to sit and relax and take in the splendor of this city while watching the cruise ships come and go. Kids will love burning off energy at the nearby Marine Park.


Surrounded by towering mountains, deep valleys, rising glaciers and active and inactive volcanoes, Anchorage is a place of beauty. Your children will delight in all of the exhibits at the Alaska Zoo, featuring native animals such as moose and bears. For rainy days, be sure to check out the Anchorage Museum, which provides a detailed account of the history and culture of the region in a way that kids will understand. Just outside of Anchorage in Palmer, you will find the Reindeer Farm. This quintessential Alaska experience allows guests to get up close to and feed reindeer, moose, bison, and elk.


Regardless of the time of year that you visit, you will find plenty to do in the gorgeous city of Fairbanks. The mineral-rich hot springs are a great place to unwind after time spent exploring the Alaska frontier. Trip Advisor says there are a number of fantastic places to eat in the city. In the winter, you can take a ride on a dog sled basket. For an extra special experience, travel to a cabin and take in the magic of the northern lights. Fishing enthusiasts will appreciate the abundance of opportunities to catch the big one.

You and your family are sure to have the adventure of a lifetime exploring the great state of Alaska. Once you are there, you will wonder what took you so long to put this destination at the top of your travel bucket list.

Convinced yet? Pick up one of and set out on your adventure today!

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