- The list below includes 44 free or cheap things to do in or near Wasilla, Alaska, including 33 different types of inexpensive activities like History Museums, Parks, Kayaking and Off Road & ATV.
- From Independence Mine State Historical Park to Newcomb Park Wasilla Lake, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Wasilla and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Palmer, Eagle River, Anchorage and Girdwood.
Rock-On Climbing Anchorage MoreLess Info
Instructors help students use the provided safety gear, climbing shoes, harnesses, and belay devices to belay and climb
Independence Mine State Historical Park is dedicated to the history of the gold rush. A self-guided interpretive tour through the mine camp will teach you what it was like to live and work in one of Alaska's largest gold mining camps.
Newcomb Park Wasilla Lake offers a variety of activities including playing, jogging, swimming, fishing and relaxing. The park also features picnic tables, benches and a pavilion with bank and boat fishing being allowed with proper permits and licenses.
Nancy Lakes Recreation Area is an interconnected system of lakes great for canoeing. This family friendly campground is state land with local volunteers as hosts and offers overnight rental cabins on lakes with fishing opportunities.
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Mile 35.5 Parks Highway, Wasilla, AK 99654 MoreLess Info
Wasilla's Matanuska-Susitna (Mat-Su) Visitors Center offers a wide variety of information resources to visitors and tourists, or just those new to the area. The center also features some exhibits on local history and culture.
Heiny's ATV Adventures take guests on trails deep into Alaska's wilderness between May and September and vary from easy to extreme. Anywhere from having a thrill and enjoying the scenery to experiencing river crossings, hill climbing and mud bogging, steep hill climbing, swamp crossings, mud bogging and trail-b…
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3247 E. Cottle Loop, Wasilla, AK 99654 MoreLess Info
Sixtyone North - Alaska Photo Day Tours leads photo adventure tours all over Alaska, with an emphasis on the northern areas. Tours specialize in wilderness views and wildlife spotting, and include stays at adventure lodges.
Offering digital projection, The Valley Cinema plays the latest movie releases. They have a small arcade for games and a concession stand with meals like cheesesteak. They also offer beer and wine after 9 p.m.