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Alaska Vacation Rentals

The following locations make up Alaska, please click on a location for more information.

As America’s largest state with a coastline longer than all of the other U.S. states combined and the country’s highest point, Mount McKinley, Alaska has a vast variety of outdoor activities against awe inspiring natural backdrops that will fill your Alaska vacation with beautiful memories. Surrounded on three sides by water with Canada bordering to the east and the least densely populated of the 50 states, Alaska is the last frontier. From icy arctic tundra in the north to majestic mountain peaks in the interior to breathtaking glaciers in the south and volcanic islands stretching out into the Pacific, Alaska vacation rentals put you are the doorstep of an infinite variety of adventures on your Alaska vacation. Alaska is one of the most popular cruise destinations, but that is only the tip of the iceberg of what Alaska vacations have to offer.

The Interior – Fairbanks, Mt. McKinley and Denali

 Known as the Gateway to the Bush, Fairbanks is Alaska’s second largest city is a great year-round destination for your Alaska vacation. Use it as a gateway to an Alaska vacation adventure further north in the Arctic or stay awhile and enjoy attractions like Pioneer Park celebrating the town’s rough, gold mining history. On your Alaska vacation to Fairbanks, try cross country or Alpine skiing then finish the day with a soak in hot springs. Explore Fairbanks from the comfort of your Alaska condo rental and have all of the comforts of home. During the day, take in spectacular views of both Mount McKinley and the White Mountains form your Alaska condominium. At night, watch the Northern Lights from the balcony of your Alaska condo rental. Have a culinary adventure on your Alaska vacation by cooking great local, Alaska King Salmon, halibut or reindeer in the kitchen in your Alaska condominium. 

 Mt. McKinley, America’s highest peak is located in the Interior’s Denali National Park. Denali is easily accessible on your Alaska vacation for day hikes and wildlife viewing of moose, caribou and grizzly bears via the park’s shuttle bus system. Many nearby Alaska resorts offer great activities like guided river rafting and ATV excursions. Area Alaska resorts also offer great amenities like on-site dinner theaters and bike rentals. Rent a riverfront Alaska vacation house and try fly fishing for the native Arctic Grayling trout. Take to the air for an unforgettable Alaska vacation memory and soar over mountain peaks with a flight-seeing tour of the area.

South Central – Anchorage, Kenai, Prince William Sound & Iditarod

Alaska’s largest city, Anchorage, is a metropolis nestled into the coastal wilderness. With a maritime climate, Anchorage is a great Alaska vacation destination to take in a coastal trail hike, a museum, shopping, and a four star restaurant all in one weekend. Be sure to order the world famous Alaska King Crab. At Anchorage’s doorstep, is Chugach National Forest, the country’s second largest national forest. Stretching from the Kenai Peninsula east across the Prince William Sound, this Alaska vacation destination is a hiking, birding, and fishing paradise.

Nearby Girdwood and Wasilla are also great locations for Alaska vacation rental houses. Welcome the day on the wrap-around front porch with a panoramic view of the Chugach Mountains, fish for salmon, and relax by the fire at these luxury Alaska vacation rentals. Seward and Whittier offer fantastic Alaska vacation rentals and are other great gateways to view the glaciers of Kenai Peninsula and the Prince William Sound from the water. Take a cruise on your Alaska vacation to view pristine wilderness and towering glaciers. For a truly unique Alaska vacation experience, try an Alaska vacation rental on Orca Island and enjoy a breakfast from your deck watching porpoises, seals, and whales in the bay.

Experience the “Last Great Race on Earth” on your Alaska vacation by watching the Iditarod Trail Sled Dog Race. Mushers and their teams of up to 16 dogs race over 900 miles through harrowing, white-out conditions, sub-zero temperatures and gale-force winds. The race runs between south central Willow, Alaska and Nome along the western border with the Bering Sea. Be part of the state’s most popular sporting event on your Alaska vacation by reserving a lakefront Alaska vacation home in the idyllic town of Willow. If you cannot enjoy the race in March, experience some of the adventure on your next Alaska vacation by taking a dog sled ride or try mushing yourself with the help of a trained guide.