Eklutna Lake, Near Anchorage ATV Tour, Choose a Guide Driven UTV or Pilot Your Own ATV Alaska Adventure!
Eklutna Lake is just north of Anchorage, Alaska.
Enjoy a beautiful, relaxing 3.5 hour guide driven side by side ATV tour at Eklutna Lake in Alaska. You’ll enjoy beautiful scenery, Alaska wildlife, glacial streams, waterfalls, a glacier, and great times. This, close to Anchorage ATV Tour on a guide driven multi-passenger ATV is perfect for families with children ages 5 and older. You sit back and take in the views and we do the driving. This is a great option for children and seniors. We have a very informal itinerary once started.
There is also an option to drive an ATV on the trip as well (2 per trip). We can stop where you would like and view wildlife or take pictures anywhere along the way. This is a great chance to see a gem of the Chugach Forest and not get too far away from Anchorage. This tour is currently offered on Sundays only, 2 tours a day.
We offer a Guide Driven Tour in our UTV’s and ATV’s to pilot yourself (only 3 spots available per trip for piloting your own ATV).
You must be 16 or older and wear long pants and closed toed shoes. A helmet and goggles will be provided. This is a great adventure for the novice ATV rider but still fun for experienced riders.
No experience necessary, this is an experienced guide driven tour and/or a drive yourself on an ATV Tour.
Great fun for all ages from 5 and older!
The trail itself is not too rough and is 12.9 miles one way (25.8 miles round trip).
Eklutna Lake is approximately 45 minutes north of Anchorage by Thunderbird Falls.
This trip is offered on Sundays only.
Guide driven UTV multi passenger tour:
UTV stands for utility vehicle and can hold multiple passengers on a tour. UTV’s are larger than ATV’s allowing front seat and back seat passengers with back rests and seat belts to enjoy the views. If you do not want to operate your own ATV on the tour then riding in one of our UTV’s with a guide will be a blast for you!
$100 per person* (Ages 13 and older)
$75 per child* (Ages 4-12)
Pilot your own ATV (4 Wheeler) tour:
$160 per ATV Driver* (Ages 16 and older).
$75 per ATV Rider* (Ages 8 and older)
Season starts this year (2019) First Sunday – May 5th (pending trail conditions) through the last Sunday in September 29th (pending trail conditions).
2 Anchorage ATV tours a day on Sundays only 9:00-12:30 and 1:30-5:00.
Trips are roughly 3.5 hours and 25.8 miles (Safety brief and Helmet fitting included).
Bathrooms are located at the trail head.
We meet at the trail head at Eklutna, the $5 parking pass is included in the price of the tour (we will provide the slip or refund your $5 when you check in with the guide).
We have no way of adding passengers at the trail-head since there is no cell service, please reserve tour in advance (must book trip 12 hours in advance, and there is a 48 hour cancellation policy for a full refund), no payments can be accepted on day of tour at Eklutna.
Minimum 2 persons to book a tour – Because the UTV holds 5 people you may be placed with other parties
We ride rain or shine, ponchos are available, but bring your own rain gear.
Closed toed shoes are required during the tour.
Closed toed shoes and long pants are required to drive the ATV’s (16 and older). Gloves are recommended but not provided.
Snacks and water will be provided, you are allowed to bring your own small (lunchbox size container) of food and plastic bottle beverages (no alcohol during the tour please).
Find out more about Alaska State Park Rules.
Don’t forget your camera, sunglasses, sunscreen, bug spray, and sense of adventure.
Riding Alaska ATV Tours has the right to cancel any tour due to unforeseen or uncontrollable circumstances (a full refund will be given).
For a full refund you must cancel 48 hours before your scheduled tour (you will be charged full price whether you show up or not. If you cancel less then 48 hours before the tour is scheduled, you will be charge 50% of the price of the tour per cancelled persons).
* A liability waiver must be signed at the beginning of the tour, the ATV driver is responsible for the ATV if damaged due to negligence.