Homestays At Homesteads

4300 B Street, Eagle River, Alaska, 99503, United States | B&B
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.
   
 

Travel Blogs from Eagle River

Day 11

A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Jul 27, 2014

9 photos

The day started off with a delicious breakfast made by none other than myself. We had to get ready quickly in order to make it to the open air market in time for its opening. We stopped by the gift shop and bought some Alaskan memorabilia and I got a cool knife and some Ulu knives. The next stop was the market, I had some grilled corn on the cob that was fresh. The funnel cake there is amazing doughy and sweet but not too hot. We got a cool gift for ...

Home for the holidays

A travel blog entry by miriam.m on Dec 15, 2013

4 photos

... a cold, I've been enjoying the weather up here. It is snowing as I speak, and I just ran outside in a t shirt and pj pants barefoot and ate a handful of snow. I've also enjoyed being with my puppies again. I really missed Alaska, there is really nothing like it.
Though my journey will take me across the ocean to a whole other continent, my heart will always be here, where it belongs.
...

Alaska State Fair

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 24, 2013

116 photos

... to the Food Pantry collection area & Connie was there, she'd volunteered at the Rat Race for 4 hours, I had seen the stand but there were so many people around it that I didn't go to have a look.

Sheila was coming after work & intended manning one of the stands but on her way home from work there was an accident on the highway, which held her up & her car was over heating again so she had to drive with the heater on to try to cool the engine down ...

Visiting the Valley

A travel blog entry by 2bestfriends on Jun 25, 2013

1 comment, 16 photos

... is the second most rare in the world (after vicuņa) and it is called qiviut (kiv-ee-ut). It is more amazing than cashmere -- softer, lighter, warmer and won't shrink. Each spring their shedding hair is collected, milled into yarn, shipped to Native villages around Alaska where the fiber is knitted into clothing and accessories. As a non profit, the goal of the farm is to help the Native Alaskans be more ...

Are we there yet?

A travel blog entry by elysa.w2013 on Jun 02, 2013

1 photo

Stayed in a Alaska State Park on Glen hwy. Not what we are used to in the way of state parks. From Tok to Eagle River the road was not good. The Glen Hwy going through Glenellen was a mud hole. Though the whole town! Thank God we hadn't wash the rigs! Then about half way to Eagle River there was a semi truck full of fruits and veggies that didn't make it around a corner. So they were unloading the truck and handing out stuff. So we got ...

Other places to stay in Eagle River