Lia Keller was born and raised in Anchorage where she now lives with her two boys. After starting Skedaddle, she and friends developed the Anchorage Outdoor Family Network into a 501(c)3 nonprofit. Lia is passionate about helping families get outside and plays in nature whenever possible.
Four walls can really help you sleep in bear country! You can rent a public use cabin and have a great camping adventure. Read about the cabin and see what items you need to bring as each of them are unique.
Here is a little primer for you before your first cabin camping adventure.
Skedaddle is a playgroup that meets outdoors year round. At Skedaddle, kids splash in the pouring rain, go sledding when it is -20 and run wild at playgrounds during the summer.
Initially, I didn’t think an outdoor playgroup would actually work in Alaska.