I have lived in Alaska for 56 years and My wife and I have a love of the outdoor and ATVing. We enjoy camping and know a lot of good places to go and enjoy Alaska at its best. We can show you the Alaska most see when they come Alaska or we can show you some of the places not many will ever see. We are now snow birds but we will return to Alaska for summer as long as we are able. We live near Chena Hotsprings resort in our remote "off the grid" home on the North Fork of the Chena River and have a nice fishing hole right on site. The road in is a half mile driveway with a couple sharp corners and 4x4 is advised. Your RV should be less then 30 FT. We have hiking ATV trails,Fishing Bird watching and much more. We are slowly upgrading our place to accommodate guests. If you want to see remote Alaska living this is the place. Come join us in the Alaska wilderness.
Jack of all trades.
1 small dog
The roads less traveled in Alaska!
Wow, are we glad to find this "jewel". Off the beaten path, serene, great hospitality and only a couple of miles from Chena Hot Springs Resort. Hosts were very welcoming and showed us all around the property. We were able to fly fish for Grayling in the river as the property sits on the edge of the North Fork of the Chena River. Our night was capped off with a campfire and sharing stories. So glad we stayed here to finish up our Alaskan trip. We camped here in a 29 ft Class C Motorhome. Highly recommend!!!!
Excellent visit! Drive in is a little difficult, but worth every mud puddle! The property is secluded and the river running through it is just beautiful. They have a bunk house and sleeping cabin on site to rent that would be great for a family or friends to meet that are not RV'ers. Great fun around the fire pit. Thanks so much.
Thanks for the opportunity to tour your place and get to know Rowdy & Missy. Wow what a beautiful setting, a little difficult to access but well worth the effort. We have a 20 ft. Trailer and F250 4X4 and would not have a problem, but talk with Rowdy about your rig or other options for staying with these folks. Great visit and hopefully we will be back and catch some of their trained Artic Graylin’s.