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Accommodations range from deluxe hotels in Anchorage and Fairbanks to picturesque rustic inns, log cabins, bed-and-breakfasts, small hotels and motels, and campgrounds. Most are clean and well-run, but expensive. Make reservations as much as a year in advance if you're going May-September—accommodations often fill up with cruise-ship and tour-company passengers. There are both public and private campgrounds but the public ones don't accept reservations, so arrive early. Read More ...

For a unique experience, try a wilderness lodge. Guests are transported to the lodge (by vehicle, boat or plane, depending on which you select) for fishing, hiking, canoeing, white-water rafting or flightseeing of the surrounding countryside. Dining is usually family-style, and sleeping accommodations range from rustic individual cabins to minisuites with wood-burning stoves and whirlpools. Lodge prices may include the cost of transport to the facility, all meals and, often, guides for wilderness adventurers, so you should determine what's included and what's extra before booking.

Alaska also offers many bed and breakfast facilities. They're a great way to meet locals and get the scoop on what to see and do in the area.< Show Less