Tolsona Wilderness Campground

Mile 173 Glenn Highway, Glennallen, Alaska, 99588-0023, United States | Campground
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This campground is located on Mile 173 Glenn Highway, Glennallen.
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    Travel Blogs from Glennallen

    First Night on the Road, but Last Night in Alaska

    A travel blog entry by toddnrachel on Jun 15, 2010

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... difficult being on a budget. Once in Anchorage we stopped to get gas and fruit (apples & nanas!) I think "it" finally hits us as we leave Palmer
    that we are leaving Alaska.

    Arriving in Glenn Allen, we met up with Sam and her fiance Alex, who treated us to dinner at the Princess Lodge! They also let us stay with them overnight. Thanks to you two!!



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    EXIT GLACIER AND ALASKA SEALIFE CENTER

    A travel blog entry by woodrowtucson on Jul 12, 2009

    2 comments, 14 photos

    ... that's about half what you had.
    Just had to visit the Alaska SeaLife Center again.(We were there in 2005.) It's an amazing place with puffins, otopus, seals and sea lions and a baby otter named Skittle. It's Alaska's only public aquarium and ocean wildlife rescue center. "Capital funding for the $56 million facility was made possible through the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill Settlement" and other city bonds ...

    Homer - Glennallen

    A travel blog entry by edward.tanguy on Jul 10, 2008

    7 photos

    ... even larger glacier the Matanuska Glacier. After we disembarked, it was time to eat so I decided to head to Whitter ten miles down the road and through the mountain. Actually, I wanted to ride through the Anton-Anderson Memorial Tunnel. Not an easy feat since the tunnel is a 2.5 mile long railroad tunnel that is always cold and wet. But if you want to visit Whitter you either go through the tunnel or fly or ...