Santa's Letters and Gifts

"Personalized Letters from Santa and Unique Gifts from North Pole, Alaska"


Alaska Gifts and Packages

Robert Service Poetry

Children and Adult Sweaters and Hats


About Fairbanks and Interior Alaska


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Santa Letters
from North Pole, Alaska

Personalized Letters from Santa from North Pole, Alaska. Click to learn more.


Alaska Gifts
Alaska Moose and  North Pole Coffee Gift Packages from North Pole, Alaska!
Shipped from North Pole, Alaska


Our Santa Letters are made in North Pole, Alaska

Made In Alaska Logo
Made In Alaska Logo


About Fairbanks
Events/What's New
Remote Lodges
Fairbanks & Interior Alaska
Denali National Park

Winter Sports and Activities
From world-class dog mushing to the World Ice Art Competition, Fairbanks has a bounty of winter sports and activities to offer up to families or individuals looking for a remote and quiet winter getaway.

Winter in interior Alaska offers the opportunity to experience many types of winter sports and activities like: Cross-country skiing, downhill skiing, ice skating, hockey (the Nanooks are the town favorites), and sledding. Many folks go ice fishing or are out skijoring with their favorite pet. Because our lakes and rivers freeze solid in the winter, sometimes we have new shortcuts to our neighbors' homes. Living in Alaska, always brings daily adventures and challenges!

Summers in interior Alaska bring us 24 hours of daylight--much deserved and needed after a long, cold winter. You won't see flowers anywhere as bountiful and beautiful as the flowers here in interior Alaska. We also have a continuous display of Alaskan wildflowers growing throughout the summer- dotting the edges of highways, dirt roads, and driveways; providing natural landscaping to much of our Interior infrastructure.

Photographs and Links
We have many photographs of Fairbanks and places around Alaska, including two photos below. Please visit our Alaska Photo Gallery page to see some wonderful pictures of Alaska. We will also continue to add information and links on this page that may be of interest to you, so please stop in from time-to-time.

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Events/What's New

There are additional events happening which may not be listed below. Please contact the Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information about all activities and events. Their phone number and Web address follows this section.


Free films shown daily at:
Alaska Public Lands Information Center
Morris Thompson Cultural Center
101 Dunkel Street
Fairbanks, AK

Come watch one of the many free films about Alaska, shown daily at the Alaska Public Lands and Information Center. For more information, contact the Alaska Public Lands Information Center at 907-459-3730.


Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau
(907) 456-5774 or
For additional events and activities happening in Fairbanks, be sure to contact the Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau for more information.
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To learn more about Fairbanks and the Interior,
please visit these links of interest:

Arctic Cam

Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska
Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce
Fairbanks Chamber of Commerce
Travel Alaska
Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau
Fairbanks Convention and Visitors Bureau
University of Alaska Fairbanks
Fairbanks Daily News Miner
University of Alaska, Museum of the North
Fairbanks Arts Associations

Alaskan State of Mind

Learn all about Alaska: Where to vote, how to contact your state legislators and more - this site is a great resource for Alaskans. Be sure to apply for the $1,000 educational scholarship for graduating seniors or apply to be a sponsor!

Aurora Borealis Forecast
(Northern Lights)

Brought to you by the Geophysical Institute at the University of Alaska Fairbanks.


Ice Alaska

Organization that puts together the World Ice Art Championships.


Ice Museum at Chena Hot Springs Resort


Tanana Valley Farmers Market

Open mid-May through mid-September, Wednesdays 11am to 4pm and Saturdays, 9am to 4pm. Catch the season's fresh vegetables, crafts and baked goods. Location: 2600 College Road


Yukon Quest International Sled Dog Race

1,000 mile plus dog mushing race alternating each year from Fairbanks to Whitehorse, Yukon Territory.

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Denali National Park

Denali National Park and Preserve

Denali National Park Web site.

Denali National Park Bus & Campground Reservations

Click to reserve a shuttle bus or a campground reservation in Denali National Park. Open seasonably.

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Remote Lodges in Alaska
Interior Alaska Lodges

Boreal Lodge - Wiseman, Alaska

Nestled in the foothills of the Brooks Range, the town of Wiseman is an historic mining town, with a population of just 14 hardy souls.

Arctic Getaway Bed and Breakfast -
Wiseman, Alaska

Charming log cabin accommodations at the foot of the Brooks Range, including a delicious sourdough pancake breakfast. Located in the town of Wiseman.

Iniakuk Lake Wilderness Lodge

One of the most spectacular locations in Alaska, this wilderness lodge is located 60 miles north of the Arctic Circle. Operated by solar and wind power. Accessible by float plane.

Gates of the Arctic National Park and Preserve

Visit Gates of the Arctic National Park & Preseerve to learn more about the expansive area encompassing the lodges listed above.

Southcentral and Southwest Alaska Lodges

Katmai National Park Lodges

Also Visit:

Katmai National Park and Preserve

The Katmai National Park Lodges are located in Southcentral Alaska at the start of the Aleutian Chain on the Alaska Peninsula. Worth mentioning because the location is extremely remote - and another breathtaking location in Alaska. Accessible by Piper Navajo from Anchorage or by floatplane from King Salmon, Alaska.


Lake Clark Inn

Also visit:

Lake Clark National Park and Preserve

Located in Lake Clark National Park and Preserve, this remote lodge is located 160 air miles from Anchorage, offering fishing, hunting and sightseeing options.


Tikchik Narrows Lodge

Also visit:

Wood-Tikchik State Park

Located in Wood-Tikchik State Park in southwestern Alaska near Brtistol Bay, this remote and pristine lodge caters to sportsfisherman. Accessible only by floatplane from Dillingham, Alaska.

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Iditarod 2003 and 2015
In 2003 and again in 2015, our city of Fairbanks played unexpected hosts to the world-famous Iditarod Dog Mushing Race. Race officials determined there would not be enough snow in Anchorage to hold the event and moved the race start almost 400 miles north to Fairbanks. Picture standing on a meandering frozen river, holding thousands of spectators, cheering and watching dog teams zip by, and you will know what it was like on the day of the race. Just one of the many exciting benefits of living in Alaska. To see more photographs of Alaska, visit our Alaska Photo Gallery and Alaska Photo Gallery 2. and Fairbanks World Ice Art Photos.

Standing on the frozen river watching dog teams race by

Musher racing down the frozen river to Nome, Alaska
Standing on the frozen Chena River with thousands of spectators, watching dog teams zip by.
Musher racing down the frozen river, with his dog team on the way to Nome, Alaska.


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