Location / Coordinates: Boundary, Alaska is the first civilized spot you come to after crossing the border with Canada. Situated just east of Jack Wade Junction on the Alaskan side of the border with Canada on the Alaska Highway coming from Dawson City, Yukon or Chicken, Alaska.
Coordinates: Latitude: 64.08 & Longitude 141.01.
Population / Elevation: Sparce. Elevation, 2,940 feet above sea level.
Description: Boundary, Alaska has just a few rustic buildings, one of them being the Boundary Lodge, one of the first roadhouses in Alaska. Not far from the Top of the World Highway, Boundary is situated on an unpaved portion of the Alaska Highway. It’s a scenic area of Alaska, rolling hills, grasses and shrubs as far as the eye can see.
What to do there: Get gas here, and keep an eye on your tank–the next available gas on the way to Tetlin Junction on the Alaska Highway is in Chicken, Alaska. If you’re headed to Eagle, Alaska, there is gas in Eagle.
How to get there: The road to Boundary, Alaska is only open during the summer season. North of Tok on the Taylor Highway (Alaska 5), and west of Dawson City, Yukon on the top of the World Highway. Driving is how most people arrive in Boundary, and there is a 2,100 foot earth and gravel airstrip for those who wish to fly their private airplanes.
Facilities: Gas, an emergency telephone, food, lodging, and some mechanical help is available in Boundary.
RV info: There are no facilities for RVs in Boundary, Alaska.