Let the kids sleep in

  Canada and Alaska 2014

  Six days free

1442 miles long

The attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941 led to one of the greatest engineering feats of the century. Recognizing that the U.S. West Coast, Canada and all of Alaska were open to possible Japanese invasion, President Franklin D. Roosevelt ordered the construction of the ÔÇťAlaska Canada Military Highway" on February 11, 1942. Construction of the highway was completed 8 months and 12 days later. An opening ceremony was held a Soldiers Summit on Kluane Lake on November 20, 1942.

Have you heard about the incredibly scenic drive from Canada to Anchorage along the entire famous Alaska Highway? Now you and your family can experience this amazing journey in a fully appointed luxury motor home from Clippership RV rentals.

Every spring, we add new motorhomes for the next summer season. You can drive one of these motorhomes to our Anchorage facility from such popular departure cities as San Francisco, Denver, New York, and the factory in Indiana. Many of our renters are professional photographers, others just want to experience the last true wilderness drive in North America.

If you pick up one of our 2018 motorhomes from the lower 48 and drop it to our Anchorage office by May 24, 2018, it'll be free for the first six days.

After May 24, or if you keep the RV for more than six days, you'll be charged a flat daily rental rate of $100 per day, a savings of at least 50%. All rentals include unlimited miles and full insurance.