Here Are The 15 Coolest Small Towns In Alaska You’ve Probably Never Heard Of

From island escapes and isolated towns, to communities known for their world-class salmon fisheries and historic gold-rush era survival, here are the 15 coolest small towns in Alaska that you’ve probably never heard of. This is part-two to the topic we shared previously titled ‘Here Are The Most Beautiful, Charming Small Towns In Alaska‘ so if you don’t see one of your favorites on this list, be sure to peep the first article that we rolled out. Now that you have two lists, it’s time to start planning an epic Alaska road-trip bucket list!

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Have you ever been to any of the coolest small towns in Alaska? Which one was your favorite? Do you have a another one you would like to add to the list? Let us know in the comments below!

If you’re looking for more small town charm, these 17 Tiny Towns In Alaska Is Where Everyone Knows Your Name.

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Coolest Small Towns In Alaska

December 31, 2020

What’s the best part about living in a small town in Alaska?

There are so many wonderful reasons to pass on a large city and settle down in a small town in Alaska. Mainly, the sense of community. Alaskans take care of their neighbors, and the small town communities really highlight that. And it’s nice to be away from the busyness of the big cities, where sometimes it can feel like you’re not even in Alaska, just another big city.

Should I visit a small town when I’m traveling to Alaska?

Absolutely! The small towns are huge on charm, and fun things to do. It’s a wonderful way to get up and close to what Alaska has to offer, and the different way of life out here. It’s also nice to help support the small businesses that make this state run, and you tend to find more of them in small towns.

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