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  • The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next
    The Hubers- On the Road to What's Next North to Alaska:
    November 4, 2019We're RV'ing to Anchorage in 2021 and have only cruised to Alaska once. We would like the opportunity to see the Northern Lights, which means we'll have to go earlier or later in the year. Trouble is, these are also risky times for weather. Does anyone...  more
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      SouthParkSteve November 4, 2019 I was there in early September (flew home on September 10th of 2001.....just 24 hours before everything went haywire.....) and it WAS dark enough to see them, but I was only up there for 10 days.  The one night they were active while I was there, it ...  more
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      Annetta McCallister November 4, 2019 Don't know when you should go to see the northern lights. We were up there in 2018 summer. Take mosquitoe spray and rain jackets. You'll never regret going by rv. We just had a truck with a camper shell. We had a lot of fun. Seward was my favorite place....  more
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        Packratphyls November 4, 2019 Seward is my favorite place! I stayed there for 5 months a few years ago. Check out the Alaska groups here under RVillage Alaska groups. There are also caravans that go. You will get more information from their sharing information.
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      Stan & Carolyn Edwards November 4, 2019 We arrived late mid-August and took the ferry back toward the end of Sept. We were in Fairbanks and saw the Aurora four nights in a row starting August 26. You need to be ready about 2 am. We did see termination dust before leaving.
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      Thom and Laurie Millane November 4, 2019 I live in Seward in the summer (May to Sept). It is possible to see the lights in September. As the fall and winter progress they tend to get more active. You will want to get out of Anchorage to see the lights. There is too much light pollution in Anchor...  more
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        Suzanne & Michael November 4, 2019 We are looking for a long term camp, as hosts if possible, for the May-September 2021 season.  We will be cruising in 2020 September 7 - 21 on Holland.....have a friend, Jan who lives in Palmer area, who is an Alaskan resident and going to head up fo...  more
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      Dreamers and Travelers/ Tom & Prescott November 4, 2019 Check out this Aurora app to see present and other info for Northern Lites. http://northernlights.online
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      DogMom13 November 5, 2019 I am also planning a 2021 Alaska roadtrip! The northern lights are high on my list of things I hope to see and do!
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      Mary and Rollie November 5, 2019 We drove up early May 2016 for State Park positions. They are always in need of volunteers.
      http://dnr.alaska.gov/parks/vip/hostlist.htm
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      Suzanne & Michael November 5, 2019 Thank you.....
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      Christopher Paul November 8, 2019 If you travel north too soon most places are closed until around June. Pull out in September before the places close again. Great trip head up thru Dawson city .
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        Thom and Laurie Millane November 9, 2019 Christopher we drive to and from Ak in April and October. Each year it is getting easier to find places to stay. There are some great apps available that are very helpful. iOverlander and RVParky are 2 good ones. 
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      Bob Lacourse November 9, 2019 You have to have complete darkness to view the northern lights. As a photographer the best time is March. At that time of year no RV parks will be open. One of the best places in Alaska is the Fairbanks area.
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      Roving Renwick’s November 19, 2019 You can also see the Aurora in MI and other Nirthern tier states. Best viewing is Spring and Fall. There are several apps that will notify you of solar flair and increased opportunity to see them.
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      unmee (The Silver Haired Gentleman) December 7, 2019 Plan on 6 days (min) to go from Dawson Creek to Fairbanks. Plan your trip to stop at the major towns, Dawson Creek; Fort Nelson; (stop at Laird River Hot Springs for refreshing dip) Watson Lake; WhiteHorse; Tok and into Fairbanks. NEVER leave any of these...  more
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      Packratphyls January 18, 2020 Fly up and rent an Rv for a month in early spring! Saves on wear and tear of your rv! I actually stayed at a host all in Seward and it was interesting! Back pack and 4-wheel drive Rv van works wonderful also for a short stay 3-4 weeks.
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