Alaska Cities & Towns
“Alayeska” The Great Land the natives called it – with good reason. Alaska is the last state where a man can travel 600 miles in a straight line and never cross a barbwire fence. Alaska is large, and extremely diverse and its communities reflect this diversity.
Its differences in climate, people, geography, and economy are as great as those between the Rocky Mountains and the Mid-West, or between Massachusetts and California.
Alaska can be divided into six regions: Southeast Alaska, South-central, the Interior, Western Alaska, Southwest Alaska and the Arctic.
Here you will find Alaska towns and cities covered in detail. Each area has information including accommodations, camping, shopping, transportation and what to see and do.
You’ll find useful links to many hotels, campgrounds and attractions to help you in planning your visit. For further help in planning your Alaska vacation be sure to view our Free Mapbooks.
More Towns and Cities in Alaska
Bell’s Alaska Mapbook and Inside Passage Travel Guide give detailed information on each community, including, hotels, accommodations, camping, fishing, visitor attractions and what to see and do.
To find out more about how our guides can help in planning your Alaska Vacation browse online copies of our three Alaska Travel Guides.