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Discover Alaska with an Anchorage RV rental
Pick up your Anchorage RV rental and get exploring the vast wilderness of sensational Alaska. This stunning northern city is surrounded by incredible mountains, gorgeous glacial lakes, and lush green forest. Between the unique wildlife, phenomenal national parks, and never-ending adventurous activities, outdoor enthusiasts will never want to leave. Get yourself a deal on motorhome rental and get close to nature in one of the most scenic places on the planet.
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What you need to know about RV rentals in Anchorage, Alaska
RV rental Anchorage tips for the savvy traveller
Remember to organise your RV pick up plan well in advance and stay in communication with the Anchorage RV rental depot if your flight gets delayed. You will need an orientation to get acquainted with your chosen RV rental, and these often happen at specific times during the day. After-hours pick ups may require a bit of flexibility on your part, so preparation is key.
Some planning tips for your Alaska RV rental:
- Alaska is a very RV-friendly state, so fully immerse yourself in the wilderness by staying at one of Anchorage’s RV campgrounds or state and national parks. Eagle River Campground is 12 miles north of Anchorage. You can white-water raft, hike and fish in the area. Bird Creek campground is 20 miles south of Anchorage AK. Here you can go whale watching. Eklutna Lake Campground has a ranger station on the grounds and is only 35 minutes from the city. Free camping is also permitted at a number of spots, just check online first.
- If you’d rather be in the city, Golden Nugget RV Park near Downtown Anchorage is close to shopping and dining, yet is surrounded by trees and gardens to keep you from the noise. Centennial campground in Centennial Park offers rustic sites and is open during the summer season.
- Leave no trace. Take all your rubbish with you and don’t overload public bins.
- Dress in layers - even in the summer.
- Take a pair of binoculars so you don’t miss spotting that eagle, moose or bear.
How to choose my RV rental in Anchorage
Great Alaskan Holidays Motorhome Rentals offer the largest selection of well-maintained motorhomes in Alaska. The pricing is competitive and by booking early the rental process is easy. ABC has a new fleet of RV rentals with nothing before 2012. The customer service is amazing and includes a 24-hour emergency assistance line. You could also hire a truck camper or camper vans in Seattle or elsewhere in America and take the drive north. El Monte and Cruise America RV Rentals terminals are excellent options to check out in this case.
You’re going to love Anchorage
Despite a population of just 300,000, Anchorage is the largest city in Alaska. Its people are both warm and welcoming and hardy and resourceful—a testament to living in such a wild, and sometimes, challenging environment. Here you will find culturally rich experiences, great local cuisine, and myriad opportunities to see nature at its finest.
Some nearby must-see attractions for your journey in Anchorage, Alaska include:
- Anchorage Museum - Be sure to visit this world-class facility that lets you delve into the history of Alaska, from Russian occupation and the gold rush era to the diverse culture of the Alaskan native people. The museum has beautiful art on display and a fully serviced restaurant.
- Chugach Mountains - This chain borders the city and is part of one of the nation’s largest parks. Winter lends itself to skiing, while summer allows hikers, backpackers and climbers to enjoy the spectacular vistas from 13,176 feet.
- Glacial watching - This is one of the main attractions in Anchorage and while you can partake from the comfort of a restaurant with a glass of red in hand, it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity to get a little closer. Boat cruises through Prince William Sound get you near enough to see the glaciers calve and crash into the water below.
- Wildlife - Moose, black bears, brown bears, Dall sheep, beavers, bald eagles and beluga whales all call Alaska home. You can fly fish for salmon in the rivers, but remember you are not the only one looking for this delicacy!
The freedom of travelling in a RV rental offers a more spontaneous and stress-free experience than catching a tour bus. Explore Anchorage in a motorhome and have an epic RV trip in Alaska.
RV rentals Anchorage Alaska: Where to go
Pick up your RV rental in Anchorage and hit the Alaskan highways at your own pace! You’ll soon see this is one of the most scenic places to rent a RV in the USA. Check the Alaska RV rental reviews to get guidance from fellow travellers.
Seward Highway Anchorage
Check out Turnagain Arm, Beluga Point, and various activities to connect to nature.
Boasting gorgeous scenery carved into existence by glaciers, you’ll wind through wildflowers and blueberries around the Little Susitna River. This is where you can find Independence Mine, from where gold has been taken since 1906.
The confluence of the Kenai and Russian Rivers is probably the most beautiful part of Alaska. It is about 100 miles south of Anchorage on the Kenai Peninsula and a beautiful drive.
Denali National Park
Home to Mount McKinley, the highest mountain in the USA, as well as 6 million acres of mountains, tundra, and river valleys. There’s plenty of wildlife in the park, with opportunities for exciting and unique activities such as dog sledding.
Kenai Fjords National Park
Another of Alaska’s unmissable national parks, the glaciers, such as the Harding Icefield, offer panoramas you won’t see anywhere else in the world.
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How much does it cost to rent a RV in Anchorage?
Anchorage RV rental prices vary depending on how early you book, the time of year, and the size of vehicle you choose. Type in your desired travel dates to browse what’s on offer across multiple brands and get the most up to date prices. Remember—summer is the most popular time to rent an RV in Anchorage, so book as early as possible.
What is the cheapest way to rent an RV?
The cheapest way to rent RVs in Anchorage is to book a smaller, older vehicle well in advance, or book during an off peak travel period. No-frills brands may have better deals, but check the inclusions, as adding required extras to the booking later could end up costing you more.
What’s included in the RV rental?
Anchorage camper rental inclusions vary by brand and vehicle. From power generators to roadside assistance, your Anchorage motorhome rental may offer a variety of great amenities and services. Browse the terms and inclusions on each listing to get an idea of what will automatically come with your RV rental and what you may need to request or pay extra for. All the information is readily available on the RV rental listings, but when in doubt, contact the pick up depot directly.
How old do I have to be to rent an RV from Anchorage?
You must be at least 25 years old to secure an RV rental in Anchorage, AK.
What’s required to rent or drive a RV?
To drive a motorhome in Anchorage, you need to be at least 25 years old, with a full and valid driver's licence from your home country. If your license is not in English, you will also need to present an International Driving Permit (IDP) or equivalent document. You also must present a credit card for the booking.
Can I rent a RV one way from Anchorage?
It is possible to rent a RV one way from Anchorage, but there are limitations on the destinations. Dropping off in another city in Alaska is common, but most companies don’t offer one way rentals in other states (you may want to consider if a car rental may better serve your needs). Type in your desired destination and dates to view what is available and at what price.
What is the minimum rental period?
RV rental companies have different minimum rental period policies. In Anchorage, most rental companies have a 3-day minimum rental period. As a general rule, longer rental periods offer the best value for money.
Are there RV rentals with unlimited mileage?
Most motorhome rentals in Anchorage do not include unlimited mileage. Check the inclusions of each vehicle offering on the search results page to compare mileage prices across brands. This is clearly outlined in the rental specifications. Some motorhome brands will allow a certain number of miles per day, while others will have a standard per mile cost. All the information is included in the listings, but when in doubt, call the pick up depot directly.
Do you need a special license to drive a RV?
A special license is not needed to hire and drive the majority of travel trailers / motorhomes available for rent in Anchorage. However, you must be at least 25 years old with a valid, full license that can be read in English, an acceptable translation, or an international driver’s permit.
What is the speed limit in Anchorage?
The speed limit on residential roads in Anchorage is 25 miles per hour, with even lower limits in business districts, school zones and construction zones—watch for signs. Other Anchorage roadways have a maximum default speed limit of 55 miles per hour, and certain freeways and interstates have maximum speeds of 65 miles per hour.