- TripBuzz found 6 things to do with kids in or near Chickaloon, Alaska, including 4 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Palmer.
- From Nova River Runners Inc. to NOVA, Alaska Glacier Hikes & Ice Climbing, the Chickaloon area offers 25 different types of family activities, including: Adventure Tour, Rafting, Hiking Trails and Kayaking.
Half day to multi-day scenic and Whitewater River rafting trips north and south of Anchorage, offering class I to class V so there's a river trip for all ages and physical abilities to enjoy. Nova River Runners Inc. also have 2 - 7 day Wilderness River trips available statewide.
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38100 W. Glenn Highway, Chickaloon, AK 99674 MoreLess Info
NOVA, Alaska Glacier Hikes & Ice Climbing offer guided hiking day trips, on the Matanuska Glacier, providing many safe routes with spectacular views of crevasses, seracs, ice falls, moulins, caves and surface ponds. Suitable for a variety of ages, physical abilities and expectations, no experience necessary, an…
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17435 Marcus Baker Drive, Palmer, AK 99654 MoreLess Info
Alaska All Terrain Tours - Day Tours offers patrons guided offroad tours of the Alaskan terrain on ATVs. Patrons will observe various birds, animal wildlife and scenery including whales, porpoises, seals, glaciers, puffins and sea otters. Lunch is also provided.
Musk Ox Farm is a historic 1930s-era Colony farm dedicated to the once endangered Ice Age mammal that roamed the earth alongside saber tooth tigers and woolly mammoths. View them on a walking tour or wander around the small museum and gift shop featuring hand-knit qiviut items.
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Knik River Rd, Mile 3.5, Palmer, AK 99645 MoreLess Info
A steep trail running near a river, Pioneer Ridge - Austin Helmers Trail is marked by small streams and swampy areas covered by bridges. There are many views of nearby waterfalls, and wildlife includes black bears.
Collecting, preserving, and celebrating the history of Palmer, Alaska, The Palmer Historical Society maintains the Colony House Museum. The society hosts frequent history themed events, as well, and creates a periodic newsletter.
Located in the restored home of one of the first arrivals in the area, the Colony House Museum celebrates the traditions and history of the local area. The museum is run by the local historical society and is open daily.
The Palmer Visitor Information Center is a community-run hub for travelers and vacationers to the area to gain information about local activities and town festivals. The center also houses an art and history museum that specializes in local color.