If you yearn for the open road and the flexibility of where to spend the night, odds are you enjoy riding around in your own RV! The state of Alaska is underrated for its open roads, beautiful state parks, and friendly people you can encounter at some of the best Alaska RV Parks.
Need more fun things to do when you visit Homer, Alaska? We’ve compiled a list of the best things to do to experience Alaska like a local while you’re here truly! At The Driftwood Inn, all our accommodations are located near Bishop’s beach or downtown and nearby some of the best things to do in Homer, Alaska. Let us know if you have any questions!
10 of Our Favorite Alaska RV Parks
1. Eagles Rest RV Park
This park is located in Valdez. It is centrally located in town and is convenient to shopping, dining and fishing.
2. River’s Edge RV Park
Located in Fairbanks, this park offers a tranquil setting along the Chena River with easy access to downtown. Visitors can enjoy fishing, hiking, biking, and a variety of outdoor activities.
3. Denali Grizzly Bear Resort
Located in Denali National Park, this resort offers breathtaking views of the surrounding mountains and glaciers. Visitors can also go on a wildlife tour or take a scenic flight over Denali.
4. Hatcher Pass RV Park
Located in Palmer, this park offers stunning views of the mountains and is located near the Hatcher Pass Recreation Area. Visitors can enjoy hiking, fishing, and wildlife viewing.
5. Anchorage Ship Creek RV Park
Located in Anchorage, this park offers a prime location for fishing and exploring the city. The park also offers free shuttle service to the Anchorage Market and Festival.
6. Stoney Creek RV Park
Located in Seward, this park offers spacious sites. Visitors can enjoy fishing, kayaking, and hiking in the area.
7. Miller’s Landing
Located in Seward, this park offers beachfront views of Resurrection Bay and easy access to kayaking, fishing, and hiking. The park also has an on-site restaurant serving fresh seafood.
8. Beluga Lookout Lodge & RV Park
Located in Kenai, this park offers stunning views of the Kenai River and provides a peaceful, remote location. Visitors can enjoy fishing, hiking, and wildlife viewing.
9. Homer Spit Campground
Located in Homer, this park offers beachfront views of Kachemak Bay and an excellent location for fishing, kayaking, and wildlife viewing.
10. The Driftwood Inn
Located in Homer, this park is located centrally in town, offers beach views of Kachemak Bay and easy access to downtown Homer. Visitors can enjoy fishing, hiking, and exploring the local shops and restaurants of Homer, Alaska.
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