Anton Larsen Bay Road stretches to the farthest north point reachable on the Kodiak road system.
Alyeska Highway, off the Seward Highway, provides access to Crow Creek Road and the historic Crow Creek Mine.
The Seward Highway viewpoint at Milepost S 12.3 has interpretive signs on Chugach culture and the Native Claims Settlement Act.
The Alaska SeaLife Center in Seward is the only facility in Alaska that combines a public aquarium with marine research, public education and wildlife rescue and rehabilitation.
The Seafarer’s Memorial is a Homer Spit landmark dedicated to those who have lost their lives at sea.
For travelers on the Alaska Highway, Tok is the first town they visit after crossing the Canada border into Alaska.
Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center features unique exhibits, interactive displays, a bookstore, gift shop, public talks and films.
Newcomb Park, off the Parks Highway in Wasilla, is a great place to stop for a picnic on a nice day.
This Kenai River bridge at the mouth of Kenai Lake has a pedestrian walkway that is good for taking pictures of the river.
Mirror Lake Municipal Park, at milepost A 24.5 of the Glenn Highway, has boating, fishing, picnic shelters, picnic tables, and more.
Welcome to Cantwell, a community on the Parks Highway that began as an Alaska Railroad flag stop and continues as a railroad work station.