Experience the real Alaska.
Located only an hour’s drive north of the state’s most populous city of Anchorage, Wasilla sits comfortably north of Knik Arm and between Matanuska River and Meadow Lakes. This quiet Alaskan hamlet is close enough to benefit from the amenities of the much larger city while being only a step away from the beauty that lies in the rugged northern wilderness.
Spend your day at Lake Lucille Park and explore its beautiful forests of birch, spruce and cottonwood trees. With open fields and gentle terrain, the park is the perfect location for year-round outdoor activities and comes complete with three pavilions, a playground, three athletic fields, facilities and ample parking. Plus, with 57 campsites and motorhome accessibility, you’re welcome to stay directly in Lake Lucille Park as you enjoy Alaska’s natural beauty.
From Wasilla, head east along Highway 3 and merge onto Highway 1 as you make your way south to Anchorage. Situated between mountains that reach over 5,000 feet into the sky and an inlet full of salmon and whales, Anchorage is unlike any other city. Enjoy fresh-caught fish at one of the countless local restaurants serving the day’s catch, walk the trails that wind through town, and soak up some Alaskan history in the city’s museums. After spending a day in Anchorage, you’ll see why most Alaskans call the city home.
When you soar into a private jet charter airport in Wasilla, Alaska, you’ll land at Lake Lucille Airport. This publicly-owned two-runway airport is the starting point of your Alaskan adventure.