Family Vacations Directory - Alaska

This page showcases Alaska family vacation ideas including things to do with kids, and family-friendly hotels with vacation packages. Alaska family Vacation Ideas Best places for family vacation fun: The Alaska SeaLife Center,  Denali National Park & Preserve, Mount Robson, Murie Science and Learning Center, and Imaginarium Science Discovery Center. Best things to do with kids: Visit Mount McKinley and count moose; watch whales and go camping; go dog sledding and stargazing; enjoy heritage museums and play baseball at midnight. 

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Add Extra Blue and More Fun to Your Family Vacation.

Even with sun, sand, wind, and waves, all family beach destinations are not the same. Blue beach spots have sea life centers, and working laboratories that combine family fun and learning. [Read More]

Thomson Family Adventures Create Vacation Magic.

Too busy to work out all of the details for an amazing family adventure? No problem Thomson Family Adventures has already done the planning for dozens of exceptional adventures and all of them are geared to families. [Read More]

Winter Trails Celebrates Free Winter Family Fun.

The Winter Trails consortium offers children and adults who are new to snow sports a chance to try snowshoeing and/or cross-country skiing for free at venues throughout North America. [Read More]

Fairbanks Winter Family Fun at the World Ice Art Championships.

March remains super cool in Alaska with annual month long ice festival offering families plenty of activities in a chilly but magical setting. [Read More]

National Wildlife Refuges with Island and Beach Vacation Spots – Cheap, Easy, and Naturally Fun for Families.

Taking a green beach vacation just got easier and definitely cheaper. From Alaska to Puerto Rico and Pennsylvania to Oregon’s coast, the NWR island locations welcome visitors, not just the birds. [Read More]

USA: National Wildlife Refuges, Family Vacation Idea - Checkout Historic Homes in the Wild.

Everyone knows that in the U.S. national wildlife refuges provide safe haven to more than 700 species of birds, 200 species of mammals. But did you know many refuges also reflect America’s history by protecting historic homes found amid wilderness. [Read More]

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Millers Landing - Seward, Alaska

Stay on the edge of Resurrection Bay. [Read More]

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