The Goldstream Valley View Cabin in Fairbanks is a great place to stay. The cabin features a balcony and is located 14 km from the University of Alaska Fairbanks. It also offers a 24-hour desk. The holiday cabin has 1 bedroom and a kitchen with oven and fridge. It also has a bathroom with shower, toiletries and a washer. The vacation home provides towels and linens. The Fairbanks International Airport lies 18 km from the cabin.
Fairbanks offers a lot to do and see during your vacation. Fairbanks is located less than 200 mile from the Arctic Circle. It offers some of Alaska’s most beautiful natural wonders and tourist attractions. The University of Alaska Fairbanks campus is located in the city and houses a number of museums and cultural attractions. In the region, there are several state parks that offer outdoor adventures and wilderness experiences all year round. Unique cultural attractions also provide family-friendly activities. These are just some of the activities that you could try.
Last Frontier Mushing Cooperative. Take a private mushing tour through the pristine winter trails outside of Fairbanks. Experience the thrill of dog sledding and its charm with friendly and experienced guides. They offer day mushes with interactive activities, private aurora tours, professional photography, a mushing school, and expeditions.
McKinley Explorer. McKinley Explorer belongs to Alaska’s biggest dome railcar fleet operated by Princess Cruises. Ten McKinley Explorer trains carry a total 88 passengers on the train’s upper level dome sections. These sections feature panoramic views of the Alaskan wilderness from the rooftop dome windows. They also include amenities such as footrests, fold-down tray table and footrests. Tour guides provide commentary on the scenery along the route between Anchorage and Denali National Park. The trip takes approximately eight hours. On the lower level of this train, there is a restaurant with an outdoor viewing platform. Bar service is also available on the upper floor.
Chena River State Recreation Area. The Chena River State Recreation Area, a 397 square mile recreation area that follows along the Chena River’s path, offers visitors a year-round adventure to explore Alaska’s great outdoors. The recreation area is home to more than 150,000 visitors annually and abundant wildlife including black and gray bears, beavers, and moose. Catch-and release fishing is allowed along the river and in three ponds. Granite Tors also offers rock climbing and hiking. Visitors can also enjoy dog sledding and skiing in the winter, as well as snow machining.
Running Reindeer Ranch. Running Reindeer Ranch provides unique tours on a Fairbanks ranch that showcases family-owned Reindeer. The tours are led by reindeer, and tour guides provide information about the natural history of the region and the lives of the animals. Tours are also offered that highlight the aurora borealis in the region and the ranch’s organic vegetable and perennial garden. All guests are offered light refreshments on the reservation only tour.