About Denali 420 Recreationals
"Marijuana has intoxicating effects and may be habit forming and addictive."; (2) "Marijuana impairs concentration, coordination, and judgment. Do not operate a vehicle or machinery under its influence."; (3) "There are health risks associated with consumption of marijuana."; (4) "For use only by adults twenty-one and older. Keep out of the reach of children."; (5) "Marijuana should not be used by women who are pregnant or breast feeding."
Denali 420 Recreationals is a Marijuana Dispensary located in Houston, Alaska. Denali 420 Recreationals of Houston was born with a clear vision in mind. The founders wanted to open a dispensary and retail store where anyone of age could explore a high-quality display of cannabis products and accessories to immerse in a truly excellent cannabis experience. Based in beautiful Houston, Alaska, Denali 420 Recreationals is poised to become one of the premier cannabis lifestyle retailers in the Anchorage region, where you can discover flower, edibles, oils, concentrates and tools in a friendly and comfortable environment. They plan on collaborating with the top local cannabis cultivators and manufacturers in Alaska and are always happy to explain their products to any curious mind. Service Locations: With their storefront located just off George Parks Highway in Houston, Alaska, Denali 420 Recreationals, is ready to serve the greater Matanuska-Susitna Borough and beyond. Cannabis aficionados from Houston, Meadow Lakes, Big Lake, Knik-Fairview, Wasilla, Farm Loop, Palmer, Butte, Fishhook, Point MacKenzie, Susitna, Butte Lazy Mountain, Sutton-Alpine, Chickaloon, and the greater Anchorage metropolitan area. Location Information: Houston, Alaska lies within the jurisdiction of the Anchorage metropolitan statistical area, located along the 3 highway with the Little Susitna River weaving through its center. Many lakes lie to Houston’s southern side, including Loon Lake, Lake Lalen, Visnaw Lake, Seymour Lake and more, with the Knik Arm and the Kenai Peninsula lying further south. The Nancy Lake State Recreation Area forms its western border, with the mighty Susitna River and Willow Swamp just beyond it. The Alaskan State Fair annually occurs at neighboring town Palmer, drawing Alaskan natives from across the state to its attractions. From picturesque Thunderbird Falls north to Denali State Park, Denali 420 Recreationals is more than proud to soon serve marijuana enthusiasts from across Alaska.