Delta Junction Shopping
Plants, organic flours, handmade products (like pottery, beadwork, knitted goods, artwork, lip balms and salves), and historical books about the area. Food stands, meanwhile, brim with market favorites like soft pretzels, hot dogs and fries.
You’ll find handmade wooden souvenirs, carved-wood statues, clocks, bowls, and other creations.
Family-owned operation focuses on two main product lines: 100% whole-grain, stone-ground barley flour, and a cream-of-barley breakfast cereal. Both are available throughout Alaska and online.
Go-to sporting and outdoor goods store — a good place to pick up items such as outdoor gear, bug spray or fishing equipment.
All-natural meats, all raised without antibiotics or hormones and fed an all vegetarian diet. The selection includes beef, pork, buffalo, elk, reindeer and even yak.
According to locals, this is the best ice cream in Alaska. It’s made by locals Don and Lois Lintleman, using cream harvested from cows on their farm.
Not only does this stop offer unique keepsakes of your trip to Alaska, but you get a nice chance to meet and talk with a local who calls this part of the state home.
This fun gift shop offers an array of local products — such as goat’s milk soap, canvas prints, calendars featuring local photographers, Alaska Flour Company products, and more.
Alaska-made goods with a large selection of Russian products make this a unique shopping stop.