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RVing in Anchorage

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Rent an RV in Anchorage

RV Rental Locations in Anchorage

Amazing Alaska – Wasilla

Amazing Alaska 1151 Dunedin St, Wasilla, AK

Cruise America – Anchorage

Cruise America 2230 Cinnabar Loop, Anchorage, AK

RV Rentals in Anchorage

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Class B 19′

RV Model Amazing B19

  • 1000 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 2

24 Ft Class C

RV Model Amazing C24

  • 1000 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 4

Compact RV 19 ft

RV Model Cruise C19

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 3

Class C 25′

RV Model Cruise C25

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 5

Class C 30′

RV Model Cruise C30

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 7

T17 Truck & Camper

RV Model Cruise T17

  • 0 miles/night included
  • Sleeps 2

Frequently Asked Questions

Why should I rent an RV with USA RV Rentals?

USA RV Rentals is an online travel company that works with only top quality RV rental companies. Booking with us gives you the peace of mind knowing that you always have great companies behind you.  You will get professionally cleaned units, roadside assistance and the confidence knowing that your RV will be ready for you when you arrive. 

Is unlimited mileage available with an RV rental in Anchorage?

Yes, it is possible to get unlimited miles with your RV rental. There is usually an additional charge for unlimited miles so make you check the mileage included in your quote. You can talk to one of our staff if you need assistance.

Can I get a pet-friendly RV rental?

Yes, it is possible to bring your pet with you in your RV rental. Always check the terms and conditions or talk to one of our staff to make sure your pet is welcome.

How many people can sleep in an RV?

The number of people that can sleep in an RV varies by model. Some of the smaller camper vans only sleep two people. Larger RVs can sleep up to 8 people.

How much does it cost to rent an RV in Anchorage? 

Prices fluctuate based on season, location, and availability similar to airline prices. In general, the earlier you book, the lower the price. On average you can expect to pay between $40 and $150 per night for a small RV and $60 to $300 for a larger RV.

Can I do a one way RV rental?

Yes, many of our locations will allow you to do one way RV rentals.

Should I buy or rent an RV?

If you are only planning on using an RV a week or two a year renting is an affordable option. Let someone else cover the insurance, maintenance and the storage for the year. 

Places to Eat in Anchorage

Bridge Seafood Restaurant – This restaurant is set over a creek where you can watch fishermen catching fish while you are waiting for your fresh seafood and enjoying the all-you-can-eat salad bar. 221 W Ship Creek Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Orso – This menu features fresh seafood, grilled meats, pastas, salads, and sandwiches. Here you can enjoy large portion sizes and a long list of wines by the glass. 737 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Humpy’s Great Alaskan Alehouse – This laid-back space has live music and trivia nights with a menu featuring items such as seafood, burgers, and fish and chips. Humpy’s Kodiak Arrest Food Challenge has also made an appearance of Man vs Food. 610 W 6th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Glacier Brewhouse – This brewhouse has a large wooden dining area and features wood-grilled meats, seafood, and thirteen of their own craft brews from blondes to stouts. 737 W 5th Ave #110, Anchorage, Alaska.

Spenard Roadhouse – This casual eatery is a go-to comfort food place in Anchorage. There are various different menu items such as Thai curry, pizza, burgers, as well as beer, cocktails, and a popular weekend brunch. 1049 W Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Fat Ptarmigan – This wood-fired pizza bistro also offers sandwiches and pastas and a local craft beer selection. 441 W 5th Ave Ste 100, Anchorage, Alaska.

Gwennie’s Old Alaska Restaurant – A standard for a homestyle meal. Gwennie’s offers all day breakfast and lunch with must try menu items like ‘reindeer sausage and eggs’ or ‘crab benedict.’ 4333 Spenard Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Beartooth Theatre Pub & Grill – Sit and watch a 2nd run, indie movie, or concert while enjoying your extensive menu options including tacos, burritos, pizza, and local craft beer. 1230 W 27th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Ginger – A relaxing and stylish restaurant and lounge. Ginger specializes in Pacific Rim cuisine and offers brunch, lunch, and dinner. 425 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Lucky Wishbone – This old fashion styled restaurant specialized in fried chicken, burgers, and milkshakes. 1033 E 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Arctic Roadrunner– This popular burger joint offers options like beef, salmon, and halibut, in a cozy setting decorated with local history and old photos. 5300 Old Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Places to Camp Around Anchorage

Eagle River Campground – This campground is only 20 minutes away from Anchorage and 5 minutes from downtown Eagle River which has all the amenities of a small town. It is set beside beautiful Eagle River. No running water. 12.6 Glenn Highway Eagle River, Alaska.

Portage Valley Cabins & RV Park – Located only four miles from Portage Lake and Whittier Tunnel, here you will find beautiful scenery, hiking trails, and glaciers. There are also hot showers and a community bonfire. 355 Wyatt’s Windy Rd, Girdwood, Alaska.

Williwaw Campground – This simple campground has secluded campsites and well maintained walking trails as well as a beautiful creek you can float down on a sunny day. 4660 Portage Glacier Rd, Girdwood, Alaska.

Big Bear Campground & RV Park – This scenic spot has complete facilities and is well located for all kinds of exploration and adventure. 2010 S Church St, Palmer, Alaska.

Tenderfoot Creek – This campground is set in a glacially carved landscape beside a small lake that is stocked with fish. Extensive hiking and biking trails can also be accessed from the campground. Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Porcupine Campground – This hidden campground is surrounded by trees and has great views. There is access to hiking and biking trails, other popular activities nearby include fishing, whitewater rafting, gold panning, and whale watching at the scenic overlook. Hope Hwy, Hope, Alaska.

Bertha Creek Campground – This well kept campground is surrounded by trails and a small waterfall. Nearby activities include fishing, panning for gold, and non-motorized boating. Seward Hwy, Hope, Alaska.

Fox Run Lodge & RV Campground – This rustic campground is set on the edge of Matanuska Lake. In the summertime you can fish and hike nearby, and in the winter you are able to go ice skating, skiing, and dog-sledding. 4466 Glenn Hwy, Palmer, Alaska.

Centennial Campground – This campground is surrounded by forest while only being fifteen minutes away from Anchorage. It has easy access to hiking trails,restaurants, and other recreational activities. 8400 Starview Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Places to Camp Around Alaska

Rivers Edge RV Park & Campground – True to its name this campground is set on the edge of beautiful Chen a River. There are nearby restaurants and access to tours including the historical city tour and a riverboat tour. 4140 Boat St, Fairbanks, Alaska.

South Rolly Lake Campground – This is a secluded campground set beside Nancy Lake which is ideal for fishing and canoeing. The rolling topography is also ideal for cross-country skiing in the winter. Willow, Alaska.

Chicken Gold Camp– The small town of Chicken is a wilderness outpost. From this campground you can explore the history of the Alaskan gold rush, try panning for gold, kayak the river, or enjoy the cafe and gift shop. 1/4 Mile Airport Rd, Chicken, Alaska.

Byers Lake Campground – This beautiful campground is close to the lake and offers kayak rentals. You can also spot wildlife, pick the blueberries growing nearby, or enjoy the hiking trails. Trapper Creek, Alaska.

Rosehip Campground – This campground has a boat launch, fishing, rock climbing, and hiking trails. Mile 27 Chena Hot Springs Road, Alaska.

Russian River Campground – This well maintained campground is just up this hill from Russian River. The river is filled with salmon and is a popular fishing spot for humans and wildlife alike. Hundreds of miles of hiking trails are accessible from the site. Cooper Landing, Alaska.

Alaska Canoe and Campground – This is a full service RV campground as well as a great place to rent canoes, kayaks, rafts, fishing gear, or any other outdoor gear you may need. 35292 Sterling Hwy, Sterling, Alaska.

Montana Creek Campground – This campground has an outstanding Alaskan atmosphere as well as great fishing in the river nearby. Mile 96.3, George Parks Hwy, Talkeetna, Alaska.

Quartz Creek Campground – This campground is located between Quartz Creek and Kenai Lake. This area boasts unparalleled nature and wildlife viewing, boating, hiking, and fishing. Quartz Creek Rd, Cooper Landing, Alaska.

Blueberry Lake State Recreation Site – Located on a high alpine lake, this campground has great fishing, hiking trails, and berry picking. 23 Richardson Hwy, Valdez, Alaska.

Ninilchik View Campground – This smaller campground is located on a bluff above Ninilchik Beach with great views. 15655 Sterling Hwy, Ninilchik, Alaska.

Homer Spit Campground – Phenomenal views and great fishing are what you will get from this campground. 4535 Homer Spit Rd, Homer, Alaska.

Kenai Riverside Campground – This is a simple riverside campground. Activities include a rafting and fishing trip which can be set up with the campground. 16918 Sterling Hwy, Cooper Landing, Alaska.

Where to pick up the Essentials in Anchorage

Carrs – A supermarket with an in-store pharmacy. Here are a few of Carrs many locations. 5600 Debarr Rd Anchorage, Alaska. 1340 Gambell St Anchorage, Alaska. 1501 Huffman Rd Anchorage, Alaska. 1650 W Northern Lights Blvd Anchorage, Alaska.

New Sagaya City Market – Deli, coffee shop, handmade desserts, produce, and seafood are all found here. 900 W 13th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

New Sagaya Midtown Market – Selection of fresh seafoods, Asian foods, lunch specials, coffee shop, and bakery. 3700 Old Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Mountain View Red Apple – A large variety of international foods, halal meats, seafood, and produce can all be found at this grocery store. 131 Bragaw St, Anchorage, Alaska.

The New Central Market – A one stop shop for all of your Asian grocery needs. 555 W Northern Lights Blvd #00, Alaska.

Manila Bake / Stop N’ Shop Asian Market – This is an Asian grocery store with a delicious bakery attached. 3020 Minnesota Dr #8, Anchorage, Alaska.

Walmart Supercenter – Walmarts prices and selection can’t be beat. 8900 Old Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska International Groceries / Alaska Halal Grocery – This grocery store is well stocked with fresh and frozen foods. 401 W International Airport Rd, 23, Anchorage, Alaska.

Eastern European Store & Deli – Deli meats, cheeses, pastries, breads, and homemade prepared foods. 601 W 36th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Natural Pantry – This is the best place to find natural, organic, and gourmet foods. 3680 Barrow St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Fred Meyer – A large retail chain where you can pick up groceries, house wear, and more for great prices. 1000 E Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Things to do in Anchorage

Alaska Native Heritage Center – This center shares the heritage of Alaska’s 11 major cultural groups. 8800 Heritage Center Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska Aviation Heritage Museum – This museum preserves and displays historic aircraft, artifacts, and memorabilia, and also has films and a flight simulator. 4721 Aircraft Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Eagle River Nature Center – Experience beautiful hiking trails and programs for all ages that aim to build connections to nature, and promote preservation and protection. 32750 Eagle River Rd, Eagle River, Alaska.

Alaska Botanical Garden – This 110 acres of garden is a great place to walk and learn about Alaska’s native plants. 4601 Campbell Airstrip Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Kincaid Park – A municipal park that has hiking, biking, and skiing trails, some of which are lit at night. 9401 Raspberry Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center – A refuge for sick, wounded, or orphaned animals. Mile 79 Seward Highway, Portage, Alaska.

Flattop Mountain Trail – This relatively short but steep hike has rewarding views at the top. Blueberry Loop Trail, Anchorage, Alaska.

Rust’s Flying Service – View Alaska’s beautiful, rugged landscapes from above with a private flight tour. With your experienced pilot and guide you may see whales, moose, bears, and other wildlife. 4525 Enstrom Cir, Anchorage, Alaska.

Oscar Anderson House Museum – This house was built in 1915 and now is a museum filled with antiques and artifacts of early Anchorage life. 420 M St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Things to do with Kids in Anchorage

Crow Creek Historic Gold Mine – Relive the historic gold rush of Alaska with Crow Creek Mines historic buildings, antiques, rare mining equipment, beautiful gardens, mountain scenery, and a chance to pan for gold yourself. 601 Crow Creek Rd, Girdwood, Alaska.

Alaska Zoo – The animals in this zoo are almost all from Alaska or Arctic areas including a wolf pack, grizzlies, musk oxen, moose, and porcupines. Many of the animals are rescues that can no longer live in the wild. 4731 O’Malley Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Anchorage Museum – This museum displays Alaskan history through artifacts and artwork, and also has a hands-on section for kids. 625 C St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Kaleidoscape Play Studio – A 2,000 square foot indoor educational art and play studio for ages 0-10. 3801 Old Seward Hwy #9, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska Museum of Science and Nature – This museum focuses on Alaska’s geological, cultural, and ecological history. The museum includes dinosaur fossils and has a kids play area with a dig site. 201 N Bragaw St, Anchorage, Alaska.

H2Oasis Indoor Waterpark – A 56,000 square foot indoor water park with slides, lazy river, wave pool, and more. 1520 O’Malley Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Get Air Anchorage – This indoor trampoline park is a great place for the family to burn some energy. 11051 O’Malley Centre Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Bouncin Bears – This is an indoor inflatable playland for ages 12 and under. 501 W International Airport Rd #28, Anchorage, Alaska.

Earthquake Park – A great park for walking, biking, with amazing views, and you can see how the earthquake moved the landscape during the 1964 earthquake. 5101 Point Woronzof Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Anchorage Market & Festival – Explore over 300 vendors selling clothes, food, and crafts, while enjoying live entertainment. There is also a kid friendly market. Open Saturdays and Sundays in the summer months. Lower Bowl, 225 E Street Anchorage, Alaska.

Places to Rent an RV in Anchorage

Cruise America RV Rentals – there are two small RV units available to handle the rugged terrain of Alaska. There is a 19’ Class C RV that can sleep up to 2 adults and 2 kids. There is also a truck and camper available that can sleep 2 adults and 1 child. 2230 Cinnabar Loop Anchorage Alaska.

Anchorage RV Rentals serving the local area

Serving Point MacKenzie, Knit River, Big Lake, Houston, Wasilla, Palmer, Fishhook, Sutton-Alpine, Willow, Alyeska, Whittier, Portage, Sunrise and Hope Alaska.

Places to Shop in Anchorage

Alaska Wild Berry Products – Check out the chocolate waterfall or watch candy being made at this Alaska themed gift shop. 5225 Juneau St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Cabin Fever Gifts – A great place to get crafts, souvenirs, and art made in Alaska. 650 W 4th Ave, Anchorage Alaska.

Once in a Blue Moose – A family run gift shop with a huge variety of all things Alaska. 547 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Oomingmak Musk Ox Producers Co-operative – Quality handknit scarves, hats, and more from the soft underwool of the Arctic musk ox. 604 H St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska Fur Exchange – They feature an extensive collection of native arts, crafts, jade, gold, soapstone, fossils, handmade jewellery, baskets, masks, carvings and more. 4417 Old Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

Adventure Apparel – A shop selling all kinds of clothing and gear for your outdoor adventures such as fishing, camping, hiking. 939 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Turnagain Gallery and Gifts – Beautiful hand crafted art including small and large pieces of wood craftsmanship, portraits, jewellery, and photos. 29859 Seward Hwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

The Northway Mall – This is an indoor shopping mall with lots of variety and a food court. 3101 Penland Pkwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

4th Avenue Market Place – This is a fun, cozy, marketplace with everything from antler carvings, to honey, to photography. 333 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Grizzly’s Gifts – This gift shop will greet you with a ten foot grizzly bear upon arrival. 501 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Flying Dutchman European Pastry Shop – These delicious pastries will not disappoint. 2101 Abbott Rd # 9, Anchorage, Alaska.

Places to Stay in Anchorage

Clarion Suites Downtown1110 W 8th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Millennium Alaskan Hotel4800 Spenard Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Captain Cook Hotel939 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Quality Suites Historic Downtown325 W 8th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Inlet Tower Hotel & Suites1020 W 12th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Westmark Anchorage Hotel720 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

GuestHouse Inn & Suites Anchorage321 E 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Hilton Anchorage500 W 3rd Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Sheraton Anchorage Hotel & Spa401, 2638, E 6th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Comfort Inn Downtown – Ship Creek – 111 W Ship Creek Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

The Voyager Inn501 K Street, Anchorage, Alaska.

Holiday Inn Express Anchorage4411 Spenard Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Extended Stay America – Anchorage – Downtown – 108 E 8th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Best Western Golden Lion Hotel1000 E 36th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Americas Best Value Inn – Executive Suites/Airport Anchorage – 4360 Spenard Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Crowne Plaza Anchorage – Midtown109 W International Airport Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Duke’s 8th Avenue Hotel630 W 8th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Home2 Suites by Hilton Anchorage/Midtown – 4700 Union Square Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Aspen Suites Hotel Anchorage100 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Jewel Lake Bed & Breakfast8125 Jewel Lake Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Maria’s Creekside B&B2770 E 46th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Frenchy’s Adventure Bed and Breakfast3807 W Northern Lights Blvd, Anchorage, Alaska.

A Goldenview Bed and Breakfast16136 Sandpiper Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

Annual Events in Anchorage

Alaska State Fair – Located one hour away from Anchorage is the state fair where you can enjoy rides, concerts, good food, art, and culture. The fair takes place at the end of August. 2075 Glenn Hwy, Palmer, Alaska.

Anchorage International Film Festival – This festival takes place in December and is attended by cinema lovers and film makers from all over. At the festival you have the chance to watch films that are not yet released or that will never be released in theatres in Alaska. The festival takes place in different venues throughout Anchorage.

Mayor’s Marathon in Anchorage – People come from allover to take part in this marathon set in Alaska’s wilderness. This marathon takes place on the summer solstice which has over 19 hours of daylight.

Summer Solstice Festival – On June 23 artists, musicians, and performers transform the downtown streets into a big party, local restaurants host live music, and events like the Salmon Derby and Mayor’s marathon take place. Anchorage Alaska.

Seward Silver Salmon Derby – Anglers compete for the largest silver salmon and try to catch tagged fish that are worth prizes. Afterwards all the fish are sold to fundraise for fish enhancement efforts. Seward Alaska.

Girdwood Forest Fair – Taking place the first weekend of July, this is a huge festival celebrating Alaskan arts, crafts, and music. There are live performances from fire throwers to tightrope walkers, as well as all kinds of music and camping. This is a kid friendly festival with activities like a three-legged race, pie-eating contest, and egg toss. 250 Egloff Dr, Girdwood, Alaska.

Bear Paw Festival – Events like the slippery salmon olympics, the running of the bears, human foosball, a car show, a parade, and carnival rides to name a few. This family friendly festival takes place in the middle of July. Anchorage, Alaska.

Anchorage RunFest – This annual festival is all about running. It offers many different races from 5k to 49k ultra, as well as running seminars, and a pasta feed. There are even races for kids to take part in. Anchorage, Alaska.

What to Expect Weather Wise in Anchorage

Anchorage has a subarctic climate with short cool summers and long winters. Due to its latitude, Anchorage has very long summer daylight hours and very short winter daylight hours. The summer months of July and August are the hottest with average highs of 65˚ F (18˚ C). The coldest month is January with average lows of 11˚ F (-11˚ C), and an average annual snowfall of 74 inch.

Places to Leave your Pet in Anchorage

Alaska Dog Wash Resort – This resort has dog boarding, grooming, and daycare, and has an indoor and outdoor play area. 1000 W 66th Ct Unit B, Anchorage, Alaska.

AK Must Love Dogs, LLC – This dog boarding, daycare, and grooming facility has indoor and outdoor play areas. 6614 Lake Otis Pkwy, Anchorage, Alaska.

The Hound Lounge – This facility has dog boarding, daycare, and a full or self serve dog spa. 2513 Fairbanks St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Animal Daycare & Boarding – This company offers dog boarding and daycare as well as boarding for your other critters including rabbits, pigs, cats, ferrets, birds, turtles, and hedgehogs. 5716 Kennyhill Dr, Anchorage, Alaska.

A Happy Dog Day Camp and Boarding – Daycare and boarding services are offered here as well as free daycare for puppies up to six months of age. 1525 E Tudor Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Doggie Dog World – Daycare and boarding services are offered here. 6130 Burlwood St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Purrfect Purr Cat Hotel – This cat hotel is conveniently located near the international airport and is able to pick up and deliver there. 549 W International Airport Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Rabbit Creek Kennel – Dog boarding kennels that are very clean and run by people who truly love dogs. 3255 E 150th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Home Away From Home Inc. K9 Daycare & Boarding – This is a daycare and boarding kennel that promises to take care of your dog just like you do at home. 16444 Brooks Loop, Eagle River, Alaska.

Best In Show Boarding – This boarding kennel provides a small, secure, and clean environment for your dog. 4451 De Armoun Rd, Anchorage, Alaska.

Dog Tired Doggie Daycare – This dog daycare facility strives to provide dogs with much needed exercise in a safe and fun environment. 310 E Fireweed Ln, Anchorage, Alaska.

Places to Rent a Bicycle in Anchorage

Downtown Bicycle Rental, Sales and Repair – This shop offers well maintained bikes and equipment. You have a choice of many different types of bikes including kids bikes and tandem. 333 W 4th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Alaska Pablo’s Bicycle Rentals – Pablo’s has a wide variety of bikes to choose from as well as accessories like trailers to pull your kids. 415 L St, Anchorage, Alaska.

Trek Bicycle Store Anchorage – These experienced staff will have you on the trails with everything you need in no time. 530 E Benson Blvd #9c, Anchorage, Alaska.

Arctic Cycles – Winter bike rentals and adventure guides. 14020 Specking Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

Chain Reaction Cycles – You will get nothing but quality service with this company. 12201 Industry Way, Anchorage, Alaska.

Copper Whale Bike Rental – The closest bike rentals to the Anchorage Coastal Trail! 1101-1149 W 5th Ave, Anchorage, Alaska.

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