Anchorage, about a seven-hour drive from Fairbanks, is nestled between the Turnagain Arm and the Knik Arm of the Cook Inlet, making the city a shoreside metropolis. Renters seeking a balance between untamed wilderness and the comforts of civilization may find homes for rent in Anchorage to be the perfect fit, thanks to the area's urban resources and the vast natural lands of Alaska.
At the Alaska Museum of Science & Nature, the intellectually curious can check out a diverse selection of exhibits on topics ranging from polar dinosaurs and the Ice Age to Alaskan animals and bird migration. Renters looking to get up close and personal with living creatures can visit the Alaska Zoo, which is home to moose, gray wolves, Canadian lynxes, harbor seals and many other mammals and birds. Those residing in Anchorage rentals who want to roam the outdoors may want to stop by Kincaid Park to travel its more than 35 miles of trails or experience one of its many events.
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