With almost endless daylight, the
summer is a perfect season to enjoy the scenery, whether hiking,
fishing, flight-seeing, or taking a bus tour of the
Valley. Golfing is available in
Settlers Bay Golf Course in Wasilla.
The kids will have fun feeding reindeer at the
Reindeer Farm in Palmer,
watching the musk ox at the
Musk Ox Farm, or discovering the history of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race
from Wasilla to Nome at the
Iditarod Sled Dog Race Headquarters & Museum. is a fascinating
renovation of a 1930' gold
mine with the dorm houses and various work buildings which gives
a vivid peek into some of the history of our State and the kind
of hardy people who made it. Colony Days takes place at
the beginning of June and the
Alaska State Fair at the end of
August. The area also boasts many
U-Pick Farms for
Cross-country skiing, snow
machining, snowshoeing, ice-fishing. The Iditarod
Race Official Start is from Wasilla at the beginning of March
(snow conditions permitting). The ceremonial start is from
Anchorage the previous day. Or stay with us for
Fur Rondy during February.
The longer winter nights can also
provide an excellent opportunity to see the
but, this is not something we can guarantee!
You can be as active or relaxed
as you desire in your home away from home.
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