Fairbanks | Interior Alaska

The small-town hospitality and pioneer spirit will make your stay in Fairbanks one to remember. It is Alaska’s second largest city and has a population of 32,000 and a Borough population of almost 100,000, including the nearby military bases. Fairbanks is the hub for Alaska’s Interior and Arctic with first-class accommodations and restaurants, museums, world-renowned concerts and performances, upscale galleries and specialty stores, historic sites, Alaska Native culture, and access to the Alaskan wilderness.

Fairbanks is also the home of several world class attractions. The Riverboat Discovery is consistently rated one of the top boat tours in the State and Gold Dredge 8 is also a visitor favorite. The Antique Auto Museum at the Wedgewood Resort has an amazing collection of vintage automobiles, historical photos and period costumes. Finally, don’t miss The University of Alaska ‘Museum of the North’ as it is one of the best museums in the State.


Boyles’ Youth Hostel

310 18th Avenue, Fairbanks, Alaska 99701; 907-456-4944. Facilities include; laundry, showers, kitchen, sheets,  pillows and blankets, meals optional. Open year-round, also tent …


Chena Hot Springs Resort

Located at the center of a 40 square mile geothermal resource area. Water flows from the hot springs at 156 degrees Fahrenheit …


North Woods Lodge International Hostel

on Chena Hills Drive; 907-479-5300 or toll free 1-800-478-5305. A rustic Alaskan log lodge located in the hills,  kitchen facilities, showers, laundry.