Visitors to the expansive state of Alaska,
nicknamed "The Last Frontier," will find culture and comfort at the
lovely state’s inns. Lovers of the great outdoors in particular can take
advantage of limitless activities to keep them busy, including sportfishing,
ecotourism, historical sites, day cruises, canoeing and kayaking, hiking,
cycling, and Northern Lights viewing.
From Nome, Kotzebue, and Yakutat in the Far
North, to Petersburg, Juneau, and Prince of Wales Island in the Inside Passage,
to Anchorage, Homer, and Kenai in the South Central region, to Bethel and
Kodiak in the Southwest, there are a tons of must-see destinations.
Alaska offers over fifty incredible state
parks, including the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge, Bering Land Bridge
National Preserve, Chugach National Forest, Denali National Park, Gates of the
Arctic National Park, Glacier Bay National Park, Inupiat Heritage Center, Kenai
Fjords National Park, Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, Kodiak
National Wildlife Refuge, Lake Clark National Park, Misty Fjords National
Monument, Noatak National Preserve, Togiak National Wildlife Refuge, Tongass
National Forest, Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve, and many more!
Other must-see destinations include Miller's
Landing, Chikoot Trail, Anchorage Museum at Rasmuson Center, Alaska Native
Heritage Center, Valdez Museum and Cultural Archive, Alutiiq Museum &
Archaeological Repository, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center, Alaska Zoo, and
Alaska SeaLife Center to name a few.