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Places To Stay

So you’ve planned your dream vacation to Alaska, but where to stay? Whether you are just staying overnight for a good night’s sleep before embarking on a big Alaska adventure, or staying for a week or more, the options for lodging are plentiful. You will find accommodations ranging from affordable hostels, hotels and motels for travelers on a budget, to all-inclusive wilderness lodges and resorts for those looking for a bit of luxury in the Last Frontier. Most travelers will find an assortment of hotels to choose from in any major destination they visit, many of which allow guests to drop off luggage and bags before checking in, which is especially convenient when disembarking a cruise ship and allows time to explore town.

Travelers looking to save can find an array of discounts on hotels and rental cabins, even during the busy summer season. Stay at one of Alaska’s charming bed & breakfasts and get to know authentic Alaska from the perspective of friendly locals. For those traveling by car or motorhome, Alaska’s roads and highways are a great way to explore the state, and one can find campgrounds and RV parks conveniently located along the way. Be sure to check a travel guide, such as the Milepost, as some of Alaska’s highways have fewer amenities than others.

Denali Grizzly Bear Resort

Alaskan atmosphere, pioneer family operated. S. Boundary Denali Park on scenic Nenana River. New Cedar Hotel-each room with private decks on the river, TV, coffee. Variety of charming cabins with private decks overlooking the river. The Denali Grizzly Bear Resort is pioneer family owned and operated since 1968. Our friendly resort has much to offer the Denali National Park visitor.

Our new 72-room cedar hotel with
private decks on the Nenana River.

Stay in one of our clean, warm cabins overlooking the beautiful Nenana River while you visit Denali. Either way, you will enjoy our old time friendly atmosphere.

View our campsites, RV sites and tent cabins for a "true Alaskan experience."

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  • Type: Hotels & Motels
  • Region: Interior
  • Park Denali National Park and Preserve

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Denali Outdoor Center

Welcome to "Denali's Most Diversified Outfitter." Since 1995, D.O.C. has offered adventures for all ages and abilities on the boundary of Denali National Park.

Adventures Include:

Whitewater Rafting - Oar Rafts & Paddle Rafts with 6 launches daily. Class II to class IV rapids. No previous experience required. Drysuits and free local shuttles provided!

Scenic Wilderness River Trips - Oar rafting for ages 5 and up. Float the boundary of Denali National Park on this wilderness excursion. Small rapids, spectacular scenery and possible wildlife sightings. Drysuits and free local shuttles provided!

 Inflatable Kayaks - Try something new! This adventure will challenge and reward the first-time paddler with class II and easy class III rapids. A professional guide/instructor will lead the way - come prepared to paddle!

Summer: 7 days, Mid-May to Mid-Sept., 7a.m. to 10p.m. Winter: Mon. to Sat., 9a.m. to 5p.m., Alaska time.

  • Type: Cabins & Vacation Rentals
  • Region: Interior
  • Park Denali National Park and Preserve

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