Alaska is called the “Last Frontier” for good reason, and A&M RV Center helps you explore this vast, gorgeous landscape from the homelike comfort of an RV rental. Offering convenient travel options and reliable motorhomes, our RV dealership knows exactly what travelers need on their adventure. We provide RV rentals, RV sales, service and repair, and so much more. When you rent an RV in Alaska, you’ll get acquainted with the last frontier in an unforgettable way.
For most who aspire to RV through Alaska, it’s the of travel and exploration components that are most intriguing. Many plan their trip in great detail, while others choose to “go with the flow” and take a more spontaneous approach. Whichever suits your style, an RV rental is the best way to explore the state’s scenic wonders.
As the most successful RV dealer in the region, we always keep the needs of our customers in mind. In addition to our affordable, top-of-the-line RV rentals, we also offer free airport shuttle service, roadside assistance, and excellent service that keeps customers coming back year after year. Contact us at (907) 279-5508 for more information.
Close your eyes and think of Alaska. Do you see a snow-covered, desolate landscape under a shroud of darkness? A lot of people picture Alaska as a constantly cold and frozen environment, but during summer, this is not the case.
Summer months bring a great deal of sun to the last frontier — 20 hours a day in fact! This, of course, opens up plenty of time for canoeing, hiking, and sightseeing on your adventure. When you finally get worn out from all the activity, your RV rental will be the perfect spot for napping and kicking your feet up. Renting a motorhome in Alaska is a unique and unforgettable experience.
Speaking of sightseeing, Alaska has some of the most breathtaking natural beauty the country has to offer. Mount McKinley, in Denali National Park, boasts the highest mountain peak in North America and is an ideal spot to visit for Alaskan natives and visitors alike. Wildlife photography enthusiasts will appreciate the snow-capped peaks, vibrant landscapes, and maybe even an encounter with daredevil mountain goats. No one can deny the beauty of Alaska, and everyone can find something to enjoy while exploring here.
Over 400,000 brave travelers make their way to Denali National Park each year. Many of the visitors travel in the comfort of an RV in search of wildlife, scenery, solitude, and communion with this charming land. This picturesque six million acre park and preserve lies on the north flank of the Alaskan Range where Mt. McKinley is located, the highest mountain in North America. Once inside the park, spend your day walking, mountain biking, panning for gold, or simply relaxing and taking in the charming scenery around you. A trip to Denali National Park is a must when traveling by RV.
Kluane Lake is the largest lake that lies entirely within the Yukon and a great destination for anyone traveling with an RV rental. It’s 50 miles in length and approximately 500 feet deep, having been carved out by glaciers and filled with ice and snow melt waters. While approaching the lake and the Kluane Mountains in your motorhome rental, you’ll be looking right at Sheep Mountain. Sheep Mountain is home to hundreds of all-white Dall sheep. Dall sheep graze the alpine tundra for food and make for an amazing sightseeing experience. Step out of your motorhome, grab your binoculars or camera, and try to spot them!
While exploring the snowy banks, take in the breath-taking landscapes as you travel to Child’s Glacier. Located about 50 miles from the town of Cordova, Child’s Glacier is Alaska’s most spectacular roadside glacier and the only glacier where you can actively observe calving. Calving is when large chunks of a glacier fall into the water below and become icebergs as the glacier slowly moves through the water. You can see calving activity as frequently as every 15 minutes!
These falling icebergs sometimes cause a large wave that travels across the river and crashes into the neighboring shore. While this is an amazing site to see, it can be hazardous to those standing too close to the bank. Due to this risk, a platform has been built for the safe viewing of these spectacular ice calving events. Most visitors in search of glaciers will rent an RV between May and September when Child’s Glacier is most active.
Travel Northeast of Anchorage on the Glenn Highway in your RV to enjoy unsurpassed beauty, wildlife viewing, and glaciers. Recognized for its cultural, historic, recreational, and scenic qualities, the Glenn Highway is a National Scenic Byway in the areas where it travels through the communities of Sutton, Chickaloon, and Glacier View. Glimpses of historic road houses, coal mining operations, and an Alaskan Native village still remain.
The Matanuska Glacier, the largest accessible glacier by road in AK, is easily viewed from the highway in several areas. Just a bit further up the road by the Grand View Cafe & RV Park, sheep can be observed in their natural habitat within the Sheep Mountain Dall Sheep and Goat Reserve at MP 107-115. Alaska’s large, ample waysides allow RVs to pull over safely and capture that special photo or simply take in the scenery. All this and much more can be reached from your RV rental by way of the Glenn Highway!
Alaska isn’t just home to lovely wilderness. A big part of what makes this state special is the indomitable spirit of the people and towns like Seward, Homer, and Anchorage. You’ll be able to take mini-road trips to experience the culture and sample the delicious food. You’ll be amazed with the scenery you will see out on the roads and the beauty right outside your door from your RV rental.
A&M RV Center has the perfect motorhome rental for your trip to these spots and other great RV destinations. Want to learn more? Take a look at our motorhome rentals or RV Sales, and contact us with any questions. Contact us at (907) 279-5508 or book an RV online.