Here Are 10 Crazy Street Names In Alaska That Will Leave You Baffled

Alaska has some really awesome, if not bizarre, street names like Sesame Street, Galactica Drive and Ragged Ass Road in Anchorage. The privately owned and named streets are even better if not slightly raunchier, 1985 Chicago Bears Drive, Yellow Snow Road, and Oh Sh*t Corner… just to name a few! Check out these 10 crazy street names in Alaska and see if you’re familiar with any of them. If you know of any other streets signs that stand out then leave them in a comment so we can all have a good laugh!

Have you seen any of these 10 crazy street signs in Alaska? Which one is your favorite? Let us know in the comments below! Can you add any new and funny ones to this great list? Tell us about them!

If you’re looking for more funny things about our great state of Alaska, read about how These 10 Crazy Laws In Alaska Will Leave You Scratching Your Head In Wonder.

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Crazy Street Names In Alaska

August 19, 2020

Why does Alaska have so many funny street names?

Alaska is a land of odd characters with great senses of humor. Many people enjoy living here because the rules of etiquette and behavior are much more relaxed than other parts of the United States. Oftentimes that translates into fun or quirky behavior that we all get to enjoy! We surf bore tides, run outhouse races, and race reindeer down a prominent downtown Anchorage street. With so many fun things to see and do, it’s no surprise it’s spilled out onto some amazing street names all across the state.

Is there crazy laws in Alaska?

Actually, there’s quite a few crazy laws in the state of Alaska! You’re not allowed to whisper in someone’s ear while they’re moose hunting, most likely passed into law as a safety measure. Also, we like you to leave the wildlife alone: waking a sleeping bear for a picture is a definite no-no, and it is definitely illegal to feed a moose an alcoholic beverage. Just a couple of many crazy laws we had to enact in the Last Frontier!

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