Downtown Log Cabin Hideaway Bed and Breakfast - Fairbanks, Alaska

Address: 304 Badger Street, Fairbanks, Alaska, 99701, United States | Campground
 
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This campground, located on 304 Badger Street, Fairbanks, is near Northern Alaska Tour Company, Ice Museum, Steese Highway, and Mt. Healy Overlook Trail.
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    Travel Blogs from Fairbanks

    Reach for the Stars, all You Get Are the Stars..

    A travel blog entry by dixiej on Mar 07, 2015

    1 photo

    ... next time we're here for a pot luck.

    We ended our day having dinner at Lavelle's in downtown Fairbanks with Greg Syverson. Some great halibut and ahi tuna. We picked up some pictures at the Hampton Inn by Ronn and Marketa Murray and will deliver them to Talkeetna to Dora Miller for an aurora photo display next weekend.

    The sky showed hints of opening up a bit for us with visible stars once we returned to the lodge. But ...

    Starry, Starry Night!

    A travel blog entry by kathrynmccormic on Sep 04, 2014

    31 photos

    ... Beaufort Sea to Valdez on the Pacific Ocean. It crosses about 500 rivers or streams and three mountain ranges. It cost $8 billion in 1977!!

    The next stop was the University of Alaska, Museum of the North. We had a commanding view of the countryside and all the way to the snow covered mountain range in the distance right from the entrance. We could even see Mt McKinley which apparently is usually covered in fog. The displays inside ...

    Riverboat Day

    A travel blog entry by eanselm on Aug 11, 2014

    13 photos

    ... resumed travel and stopped again to view a dog sled demonstration. Here we heard about Susan Butcher who won the 1000 plus mile Iditarod 4 times and got to see a demo with her enthusiastic dogs.

    The boat continued down the river to the model Athabascan village where we got off of the boat and learned about the evolution of the tribe that has inhabited Alaska for thousands of years.

    We returned ...

    North to Alaska

    A travel blog entry by upupnaway on Jul 24, 2014

    7 comments, 4 photos

    ... love their dogs and care for them so well - no fleas, ticks or heart worm here, so I guess the cold has some advantages for breeders. So training the dogs for the Iditarod is the aim. If you're like me and didn't know what the Iditarod is, then you'll have to "google it up"! Eh Bob?

    We walked for a few hours with a ranger through part of this magnificent National Park and then Julz and Lyal went white water rafting. ...

    Independence Day: But Not for Us

    A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 04, 2014

    ... caked bikes somewhat clean. I put my riding jacket and rain pants into the clips made to hold car floor-mats, and blast them with high-pressure, soapy water. I spend $15 cleaning Gorda and my gear. This is the last independent act we will do for the next three weeks.

    As soon as we shower, we get a call that Carolyn and Tammy have arrived at Fairbanks and are in a taxi headed in our direction. The complete ...