See and Do the Mat-Su | Alaska's Harvest Bed and Breakfast in Palmer, Alaska

See and Do the Mat-Su

There's all kinds of amazing things to do within a short drive of Alaska's Harvest Bed & Breakfast! Take a look at just a few of them listed below, and feel free to ask about other exciting adventures in the area.

The BEST place to stop FIRST is at the Palmer Visitor Center in downtown Palmer. They have brochures and information on everything of interest in this area. You can also write or call for information on the Palmer area, to be organized before you arrive. Palmer Visitor Information Center - PO Box 45, Palmer, AK. 99645. 907-745-2880 Fax: 907-746-4164

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Whether it’s gentle and easy for beginners or quick paced for the advanced thrill seeker, you’ll ride through enchanting forested trails traveled by moose, bears, lynx, coyotes, migrating birds, hawks and eagles! Expand your adventure with a half or full day of riding along the Knik River. Our guides and horses are experienced for deep woods and mountain high adventures… as well as the most gentle and memorable children’s activities and parties. When winter arrives with snow, that’s when trail riding can be at its best. Phone: 907-229-4445

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We have a reindeer farm in the heart of our agricultural part of Palmer, 10 minutes from here. You can call them for a tour reservation at 907-745-4000. It rests at the base of Bodenburg butte, only 800 ft elevation and is a great little hike for taking in a view worth the climb!

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Only 10 minutes away you can see the majestic musk ox of Alaska. Click on their link to see more info, tour hours and rates.

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Take the 15 minute drive up to Hatcher Pass to take in the view from a popular snow boarding location here in the valley. Click on the link above to see a map and read more about this historic site approx 8 miles from here. There is a day use parking fee and a separate tour fee. The visitor center is closed during the winter.

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From Palmer drive North East on the Glenn Hwy to see Matanuska Glacier. It is at mile 102, approx 60 miles from here. Every mile of the drive is picturesque and well worth the trip. You will follow the Matanuska river and usually see plenty of moose along the way.

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Enjoy a flightseeing tour of Mt. McKinley out of beautiful Talkeenta, approx 70 minutes north of here.

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Visiting Alaska is about meeting incredible people and exploring diverse destinations. Alaska is so big with such a wide variety of things to do and see it would be impossible to name them all.

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If you need catering services, CaterAlaska is a professional, affordable business with a great reputation that can make any event a success!

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Alaska's Healing Hearts year round nationwide outdoor programs include hunting, fishing, and other outdoor recreational programs for our nations brave wounded warriors.

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