10 Charming River Towns In Alaska To Visit This Spring

Alaska has more than 40% of the nation’s surface water resources including over 12,000 rivers, 3 millions lakes and numerous creeks and ponds. It is safe to say that those living in Alaska are natural born water babies. Whether we are wetting a line, floating down a river or kayaking into the back-country, there is no place we’d rather be than on the water. The sense of community, dedication to preservation and pride for Alaska’s natural resources is abundant throughout these ten charming river towns that you should definitely visit this spring.

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With over 12,000 rivers throughout Alaska, it’s no wonder that the beautiful 49th state would be filled with remarkable people that make up the communities throughout these must-visit river towns. For locals and visitors alike, these towns are sure to charm the socks off of you and have you falling in love with Alaska on a whole new level. Do you have a favorite spot to visit?