Explore Denali National Park August 22, 2016 Ted Palmer Share Located approximately 240 miles North of Anchorage is one of Alaska’s most popular land attractions – Denali National Park. The park covers 6 million acres of unspoiled mountains, forest, lakes, and much more. No matter how many states you’ve toured or how many RV road trips you’ve been on, visiting Alaska will leave you breathless, and Denali will undoubtedly be one of the highlights. Getting There Driving your own vehicle or RV rental is the quickest way to get to Denali. After picking up your motorhome rental at A&M RV Center in Anchorage, you can settle in for the five and half hour drive along the George Parks Highway, or you can take your time and visit some of the many highlights along the way. Touring and Staying in Denali Most of this national park is closed to private vehicles, but there are six campgrounds within the park, with three of them being RV-friendly. In peak season, be sure to book your campsite well ahead of time. In order to make the most of your time, taking part in a bus tour is recommended. Highlights of Denali National Park Here are some of the highlights of this national gem: Mt. McKinley is North America’s highest peak with a summit elevation of 20,310 feet. Wildlife viewing opportunities abound! Dall sheep, caribou, moose, grizzly bears, and wolves are just a few of the species that call Denali home. This enormous stretch of land is virtually untouched, with a single 90-mile road winding through it. From glacial rivers to massive mountain peaks, quiet streambeds in the forest to open tundra, the spectacular views may just leave you speechless. If you’re ready to explore Alaska, call A&M RV Center in Anchorage. With our wide range of motorhome rental options and RV sales, we’re sure to have just the right vehicle to get you on the road for the journey of a lifetime. Contact us today at (800) 478-4678, or request a reservation online. Adventure is calling!