Alaska and Hawaii


Big Bear RV Park – scenes up the Sterling Highway

Big Bear RV Park – visited Mananuska Glacier, Iditarod Trail Headquarters, town of Wasilla, city of Anchorage   

Cantwell RV Park – visited the Alaska Veterans Memorial, Denali National Park, Denali [Mt McKinley], Hurricane Gulch, Mike Santos dogsled team, the Denali Highway, and a special encounter with Chuck and Sally Heath [Sarah Palin’s parents]

Chena RV Park – visited Peter Pan Seafood retail store[twice], town of Valdez, port of Valdez, Copper River, Bridal Veil Falls, Horsetail Falls, Worthington Glacier [at a distance], Alaska Pipeline station, and Oil Tanker berths and Valdez Tank Farm facility.

Northern Nights Campground & RV – visited Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, town of Glennallen, AK

River's Edge RV Park & Campground –visited the towns of Nenana and Fairbanks, the George Parks Memorial Viewpoint, Golden Heart Park, the Arctic Circle crossing, Finger Mountain, Museum of the North at University of Alaska Fairbanks.

Skagway Mountain View RV Park – visited Alaska entry point, town of Skagway, Fjord Express down the Lynn Canal, town of Juneau, Mendenhall Glacier, Sarah Palin store [open] and Barack Obama store [closed]  

Smith's Green Acres RV Park – visited the original end of the Alaska Highway, town of Delta Junction

Stoney Creek RV Park – town of Seward, AK, Seward seaport, Alaska Sea Life Center, Kenai Fjords National Park, Exit Glacier, Seward Highway Scenic Byway, the Murals of Seward   37 – Kyllonen's RV Park – towns of Homer, Homer’s famous “Spit”, and Anchor Point, North America’s most westerly highway point

Tok RV Village – return trip stop

Tok RV Village – visited “mainland” Alaska entry point, longest undefended border between two countries, Dave Stancliff and Alaska Sweetgrass music show at the Tok RV Village, town of Tok, AK

Tolsona Wilderness Campground - visited Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, Worthington Glacier [up close]