- Our list of the best things to do in Eagle River, Alaska, features the top 87 nearby activities — including 46 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Eagle River, AK has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Water Activities, Outdoor Places, Adventures, and Museums & Galleries.
- The results below include the top 11 things to do within the city of Eagle River, AK , followed by 77 popular activities in nearby cities, including Anchorage, Wasilla, Palmer, McCarthy, Girdwood, Talkeetna, Chugiak and Indian
At the Kenai Visitor's Center, visitors can view exhibits explaining the influence of Russian and American occupation on the Kenai area. Visitors can also view indigenous art, along with animal and fish mounts.
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Mile 5.5 Portage Glacier Road, Girdwood, AK 99587 MoreLess Info
With information about the local area and history, the Portage Glacier & Begich Bloggs Visitor Center is a one-stop place for everything a guest would want to know about the area. The center also includes a gift shop.
Lead by personable and knowledgeable guides, Glacier City Snowmobile Tours is a service that leads guests on sightseeing adventures on snowmobiles around the local area. Visitors enjoy learning about the local history while observing the scenic setting around them.
Many touring services are provided by the Alaska Backcountry Access LLC: hiking, kayaking, snowmobiling, ski trekking, dog sledding, and many others. Those wishing for a complete adventure can choose for a package which includes wilderness camping.
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100 Arlberg Avenue, Girdwood, AK 99587 MoreLess Info
Located in the upper terminus of a chairlift originally constructed in 1960, the Alyeska Resort-Round House Museum offers panoramic views of the surrounding mountain scenery. The museum features exhibits relating to local outdoor recreation.
For a scenic excursion through Alaskan rainforest, the Winner Creek Trail offers several options. At the trail split, visitors choose a hike into the high country or a ride on the popular hand tram over the Winner Creek Gorge River.