it’s quite the commitment to go camping in Alaska (speaking as a mainlander). When I go eventually, what’s the absolute best national park that I need to visit
There are SO many places to see you can’t do it all. I have a business in Cooper Landing 50 miles south of the Anchorage Airport. The Kenai Peninsula is a great place to start… it is called Alaska’s Playground because many Alaskans vacation here. The Kenai River is just wonderful and the area has excellent HIKING and FISHING. It is drive in, so it is more accessible than fly in remote Alaska. Start somewhere and then hit other places on another trip vs. rushing around the whole State.