Welcome to Anchorage

In Alaska Travelgram by scott

Ship Creek during fishing season (just a couple of weeks away!) Photo: Frank Flavin

Yes, it’s true. We love Anchorage– it’s why we live here. If you’re coming to visit, you’re in for a treat. If you’re hosting friends or relatives, get the tools you need to really show off your home.

Join us next week for the “2022 Visit Anchorage Stay & Play Trade Show”. This is your chance to get a firsthand look at all the great things to see and do in Anchorage this summer. Discover incredible day tours, new activities, and cool ways to spend the warmest days of the year: It all takes place Wednesday, May 11, from 3-6 p.m. at the Dena’ina Civic and Convention Center. Find prizes, photo ops, and all kinds of family fun – learn more at Anchorage.net/RSVP.

Hikers pause on the bridge crossing McHugh Creek

More resources: In the Visit Anchorage visitor’s guide and on Visit Anchorage’s WEBSITE, you’ll find sample itineraries, outdoor activities, things to do, places to stay and info on restaurants + trip planning tips.

See moose, migratory birds and swimming salmon from the boardwalk at Potter Marsh

In addition to ORDERING YOUR VISITORS GUIDE, you can pick one up at the trade show next week, at the Log Cabin downtown (4th Ave. + F St.) or at the Ted Stevens Anchorage International Airport.

NEW this year, the “Anchorage Neighborhood Guide.” This guide also is available Downtown or the Airport.

New: 2022 Anchorage Neighborhood Guide

“From parks and trails to public art, cuisine, and local landmarks, this guide takes guests and locals alike even deeper into the distinct communities that help shape daily life in Alaska’s largest city. Learn some local history, and enjoy a part of Anchorage you’ve never experienced before. This is a great resource to explore more of the Municipality which stretches from Eklutna to Portage.”

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