- Alaska Dream Adventures: single or multi-day sight-seeing and whitewater paddling adventures
- CanoeAlaska: Canoe/kayak trips
- Arctic River Guides: River trips; winter trips (mushing, snowshoeing, skiing)
- Fairbanks Snow Sleighers: Snowmobile tours
- Northbound Alaska Ski Tours: Cross-country ski tours
- Paws for Adventure: single and multi-day mushing tours
- Rod’s Alaskan Guide Service: Snowmobile, mushing tours
- Skiland Summit Adventures: Snowmobile tours (Facebook)
- Alaska Dream Adventures: Single and multi-day rentals; based at Tanana Lakes Recreation Area in summer
- Alaska Outdoor Rentals (CanoeAlaska): Canoes, kayaks, bikes; based at Pioneer Park in summer
- Arctic River Guides: Raft rentals
- Beaver Sports: Backpacking gear, skis, snowshoes, fatbikes; Services We Offer > Rentals.
- Goldstream Sports: gravel, road, and mountain bikes, including e-bikes and fatbikes; Bike > Bike Rentals
- Northern Alaska Packrafts: Rents single-and multi-person inflatables with all the necessary accessories
- REI Fairbanks: Backpacking/camping gear, mountaineering gear, snowshoes, skis
- Trax Outdoor Center: Paddleboard, snowshoes, and cross-country ski packages
- University of Alaska Fairbanks: Variety of summer and winter outdoor gear; available to UAF-affiliated and general public
- Form to grant a Public Recreational Easement
- Overall Alaska Division of Mining, Land and Water forms page
- State of Alaska fact sheet: Does legal access for the trail exist?
- Spatial Data Management System (BLM): The Lands, Minerals, and Realty Interactive Map in particular is useful for figuring out land ownership and easement questions.
- US Army Garrison Alaska iSportsman: The website for getting a Recreational Access Permit (RAP) for recreating on military land. It’s pretty easy.
- Alaska Outdoor Alliance’s free advocacy toolkit
- Bike and pedestrian maps from urban areas in Alaska
- Mental Health Trust’s Public Recreational Use policy
- Leave No Trace: Low-Impact Campgrounds
- Clean Trails
Trails-related User Apps
- Trail Forks: (free and paid): Focus is on mountain biking, but it has tabs for a wide variety of trail users, including motorized. Lots of Fairbanks area trails on it.
- Adventure Project apps (free): This project is sponsored by REI and includes separate apps for hiking, mountain biking, trail running, mountain climbing, backcountry skiing, and national parks.
- All Trails: (free an paid): General trails app focused on nonmotorized users. Lots of Fairbanks-area trails on it.
- Outdoor Active: Popular in Europe. Some Alaska trails and other outdoor stuff on it.