Facts and information about Fairbanks Alaska
Fairbanks, Alaska is located approximately in the center of Alaska. It is considered the heart of the interior. It is approximately 360 miles north of Anchorage, Alaska. Fairbanks was established as a gold rush town during the great Alaska gold rush. It is home to Fort Wainwright Army Base and Eielson Air Force Base. Both are located about just to the south of Fairbanks off the Richardson highway. Many visitors flock to the Fairbanks area during the summer months of June through September. It provides a great stopping point for RV’ers traveling the Alaska highway system.
If you are planning on going to Fairbanks during May-September, I highly recommend stopping at the Salmon Bake located in downtown Fairbanks at Pioneer park. It is situated just off Airport Way and College Road. All you can eat prime rib, crab legs, halibut, cod, and fresh alaska salmon.
If you would like to visit Fairbanks, Alaska you will find an abundant variety of vacation rentals, and hotels that surround the community.
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