The Alaska Campground Owners Association (ACOA) has published its 2020 Alaska RV & Camping Guide, which is being distributed at RV shows across North America.

“Our guide has already been distributed at some of the biggest shows in the country, including the Tampa SuperShow in Florida and the Quartzsite RV Show in Arizona, so we expect to see continued consumer interest in trips to Alaska,” said Shannon Miller, ACOA’s executive director, adding that the association printed 25,000 copies of the 2020 guide.

ACOA has hired Pittsford, N.Y.-based Anderson’s Brochure Distribution Service to disseminate the guide at 25 camping and RV shows across the country.

Crowley, Texas-based AGS has produced the Alaska RV & Camping Guide for the past three years and ACOA has been so happy with it that it has hired AGS to produce it for another three years.

The guide is printed on durable paper but folds out like a map. It features listings of 47 campgrounds and RV parks in nine different regions of Alaska, including Anchorage; the Northern Region, which includes North Pole, a city near Fairbanks; the Denali Region, the Matanuska Susitana Valley; the Tok Cutoff – Taylor Highway Region; the South Richardson Highway Region; the Kenai / Soldotna Peninsula Region; and the Southeast Region, which includes Haines and Juneau.

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The guide also includes maps of several regions of Alaska and Canada’s Yukon Territory as well as advertisements for several campground resorts and companies that provide halibut and salmon fishing tours as well as jeep tours on the scenic Denali Highway.

This year’s guide also includes a special section that includes listings of convention and visitors bureaus and chambers of commerce.

Miller said the guide is being used by growing numbers of local and Alaska-bound camping enthusiasts. The guide can be ordered through, which also provides a searchable database of campgrounds across the state.

Based in Crowley, Texas, AGS publishes over 2 million guest guides (site maps) annually in the U.S. and Canada using environmentally friendly recycled paper and soy-based ink. For more information about AGS, visit its website at