River's Edge Resort
Travel Blogs from Fairbanks
On the basis that few would be returning to Alaska in the near future, we are granted a rest day here for total Alaskan appreciation. We went downtown on a circuituous bus toru and found little of interest. We rested in the afternoon and then had an excellent Italian meal and visited the Hotel Motor Museum which ahd an excellent collection of over …
When I opened my eyes in the morning the kids just couldnt wait to go skiing with there old man. They rushed me to put on cloths and eat breakfast. It's a good thing that the resort is right next door.
It was my first time skiing and the kids skied many times before with there cousins so they showed me how and after a while I still couldnt …
A nice healthy wake at 7 am was accompanied by a stiff neck. All limbs are still in place so the journey continues! The Yukon is another pretty part of the country. Rolling hills with Sitka Spruce trees and plentiful lakes dot the countryside. Since our sleep was short, we're making sweet time. What’s up around the bend? Yay! Alaska again. …
We had a nice drive up from Denali - stopped at several view points and memorials. Didn't see any critters though. We ate breakfast at a local owned restaurant in Nenana called Rough Woods Inn and Cafe. Nenana is the center/hub for tug boat and barge traffic in the interior of Alaska. It is right on the Tanana and Nenana rivers.
We stopped …
The Barrow expedition, although they were not in love with the accommodations in Barrow, loved where they stayed in Fairbanks. The Rivers Edge Resort has lovely little cabins for rent, and a campground right next door. This made it perfect for our group with Natalie and Dan in an RV, Dave and Val in a cabin. They put Dave and Val in a cabin right …
How has this resort rated in the past?
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking