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Alaskan Wilderness RV Retreat & Cultural Tales
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Anchorage, AK
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Under 20ft
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Pets Allowed
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3.67
Rating
3
Reviews
2
Years Hosting
Extra Nights on Request
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About
Imagine waking up to the gentle sound of wildlife stirring in the pristine wilderness of the Chugach Mountains, sitting at the doorstep of Anchorage's vast and venerable Chugach National Forest. For the adventurous souls seeking a unique RV camping experience with their 20' or less vehicles, this intimate, wild acre of Alaskan land promises a retreat that intimately acquaints you with nature's untouched beauty. Pitch your camp amidst the embrace of ancient trees and be lulled to sleep under the watchful gaze of the bald eagle on a plot of land that has been home to a rich variety of species for thousands of years. However, navigate your van into the cozy gravel driveway with care, as the path is narrow and the parking spot gently cradled by the lands natural contours not entirely level but wholly authentic. You'll park beside a charming tiny house, a hub of creativity and vibrant wilderness spirit, just a stone's throw away from exhilarating hikes and breathtaking vistas in the second largest National Forest in the U.S. Our host offers the rare opportunity for extended stays, inviting you to delve deeper into the Alaskan wilderness and rhythms of the local environment. While enjoying your RV camping stay, dive into the eclectic world of music and the Feldenkrais method offered on-site, or bask in the Alaska tales and traveler's insights shared from a porch that has seen two decades of river and wilderness guiding. Engage with a growing vision of Playful Arts and carry tunes and tales along with you as you explore the majestic wilderness of Anchorage and its surroundings. For those whose journeys are moved by the spirit of giving, a donation for the stay can be made with the freedom to reflect upon the value received. And for the practicalities of comfort and positioning, our host is on standby to discuss parking options and ensure your stay is as seamless as the Alaskan skyline. Prepare for an RV camping adventure that's as wild and free as the land itself, where the great American frontier welcomes you into its fold with open arms and untold stories. For any inquiries or to weave your own Alaska narrative into this wild tapestry, a call or text is always welcomed. Paint your own majestic picture of life on the edge of civilization, where eagles soar and the silence speaks volumes.
Opening Hours
Monday
Open 24 Hours
Tuesday
Open 24 Hours
Wednesday
Open 24 Hours
Thursday
Open 24 Hours
Friday
Open 24 Hours
Saturday
Open 24 Hours
Sunday
Open 24 Hours
Suitability
Pets Allowed
Hookup Notes
There are no hookups. There is a well-pump from which you can hand pump water.
Amenities
Farm/Garden/Nature Tour
Hiking
Play Area
Wildlife Sanctuary
Availability
Same Day Requests
No
Response Time
Typically responds in more than one day
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Extra Nights
Extra Nights Available:
Up to 4
Extra Nights Fee:
$30/night
Extra Nights Details
Extra nights are $30/night.
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Parking & Arrival
This area can only handle "class B" RVs and smaller. The parking spot is a dirt driveway and is not completely level.
Max Rig Size:
Under 20 ft
Parking Spaces:
1
Parking Surface:
Dirt
Items to Purchase
Kevin has made a living teaching guitar, banjo, mandolin, ukulele and bass guitar full-time for 20 years, and is skilled at music easy, fun and accessible to anyone, regardless of age or experience. Kevin is also a Guild certified Feldenkrais practitioner. Feldenkrais can be helpful for resolution of injuries and chronic pain, athletic development and regaining a playful, childlike pleasure in movement. Hands on Feldenkrais work is gentle and subtle and a life changing experience for many people. Kevin teaches movement classes and offers individual hands-on sessions. Prior to teaching music, Kevin made his living (18 years) guiding river and wilderness trips all over Alaska. If he's around, he can share Alaska stories and Alaska travel information. You can watch a film made by Tiny House Expeditions about Kevin and his tiny house here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=voAyKUfnB5A Kevin's website is: https://kevincassity.com Donations or tips may be made through venmo (username: riverinalaska ) or PayPal - phone 907-350-1715.
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