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Pioneer Park - August 8, 2009
The 44-acre Pioneer Park was built for the Alaska 1967 Centennial Exposition. It was named Alaskaland, a name it held until October 2001. It is a theme park (but don't expect one like Disney!) It emphasizes historical Fairbanks as well as serving as a community park. Here the two RV Gypsies found a taste of just about everything in Alaska, from a riverboat to a salmon bake to a Native Village.
This was the second time the two RV Gypsies went to Pioneer Park, but the first time for their family. To see photos from the first visit and learn more about Pioneer Park, please visit the original web page. This page is just dedicated to photos of Karen and Lee's daughter and grandchildren enjoying Pioneer Park.

Did you know that the two RV Gypsies used to be challenge level square dancers? This place was closed so they didn't get to dance there.

Lee Duquette and his grandson, Alex, played around while waiting for the Old-Time Photos of the family to be developed. Renee and Alex refused to be in the old-time photos.

The Old-Time Photos

- the granddaughter of the two RV Gypsies

old-Time photo
old-Time photo
Also at Pioneer Park was an all-you-can eat Salmon Bake; an outdoor dinner with Salmon, ribs, hotdogs, salads, coffee and desert. It was OK, but not really something this family would do again. $32 per person
Alex and Lee

Menu for the two RV Gypsies in Fairbanks, Alaska
August 1 - 5, 2009
You may visit these five (5) sites in any order you choose.

Georgeson Botanical Gardens

Pioneer Park

Riverboat Discovery Cruise, & an Athabaskan Fish Camp

El Dorado Gold Mine and a $40,000 gold nugget

Fairbanks, bowl carving, old cars, family

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go to the next adventure of the two RV Gypsies in AlaskaAFTER you have viewed all five (5) sections above, please continue on to Chena Hot Springs, horseback riding, the Ice Museum/Hotel and more.