See Denali and the Kenai Peninsula
Book lodging at a bed and breakfast in South Central Alaska to experience many of the state’s popular vacation destinations as well as glaciers, wildlife, and North America's tallest mountain, Mt. McKinley in Denali National Park.
Anchorage: Most visitors arrive in Anchorage. Stroll among 4th Avenue shops, take in the Anchorage Museum or Alaska Native Heritage Center, or hike the Coastal Trail and Flattop Mountain. In Anchorage, art galleries, great restaurants, and nightlife offer something for everyone.
Just to the north of Anchorage is the Mat-Su Valley: Palmer & Wasilla. Enjoy friendly hospitality at our inns, and get innkeeper recommendations on ATV tours, trekking on the Matanuska glacier, hiking at Hatcher Pass, great fishing, and the Alaska State Fair.
As you head towards Denali National Park, take a spectacular flightseeing trip from Talkeetna, go river rafting, or jump into a Jeep for a wilderness tour with great views of Mt. McKinley and the Alaska Range.
South of Anchorage is the Kenai Peninsula: Seward, Kenai & Homer: Stay at our BBAA member inns in Sterling, Kasilof, Seldovia, Anchor Point, Ninilchik, Soldotna and Nikiski on the Kenai Peninsula. The Kenai is known for world-class fishing and breathtaking scenery. Seward is popular for its day cruises to view marine animals and glaciers, and the Alaska Sea Life Center. Homer is the charter fishing capital for salmon and halibut, and is a haven for local artists.
Glenn Highway: Lake Louise and Valdez: On your way to Valdez via the Glenn Highway Scenic Byway, take a break at Copper Center. Nearby, Wrangell-St. Elias National Park boasts 13 of the U.S.'s 20 tallest peaks. The breathtaking drive to Valdez is picturesque brings you to the terminus of the Alaska Pipeline and activities such as glacier cruises, sea kayaking, charter fishing and more.
Our other member inns in Cordova, Glennallen, Willow, Big Lake, Chugiak, Eagle River, Girdwood, Whittier, Cooper Landing and Moose Pass will provide unforgettable adventures.