Alaska Lodgings Cabin Accommodation, Hunting Alaska

Alaska Lodgings: Cabin Style Accommodation

Staying in the wilds of Alaska doesn’t necessarily mean spending all day riverside chasing that elusive fish. Alaska lodging can range from back to basics through to unique luxury.

Rustic style log cabins in some of Alaska’s most beautiful locations will give you a postcard perfect vacation. There are plenty of activities available, but some places in Alaska are so beautiful that soaking in your surroundings seems just as desirable a pastime.

The popular Kenai Peninsula hosts thousands of fishing and winter sports enthusiasts annually, while in southwestern Alaska, lodging is filled by bird watchers, hunters, and wildlife enthusiasts. Log cabins in river and lakeside locations, pristine surroundings are located all around the country.

Hunting in Alaska

Hunting is synonymous with an Alaskan lifestyle and hunting enthusiasts will find plenty of lodges geared toward their preferred pastime. Hunters will find their heaven in archetypal Alaskan locations – far flung forests, soaring mountains and crystal clear rivers. Hosts will do their utmost to accommodate guests’ needs at these lodges, arranging everything from lending you firearms to recommending excellent taxidermists.

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Taste of Alaska Lodge can be found nestling on a sunny hillside, s short ride away from Fairbanks. The lodge itself is made entirely of local Spruce Trees. Visitors often comment on the Northern Lights undoubtedly this homestead has one of the best views in the Tanana Valley

Bruce Hardings Old Sourdough This is a family owned and run establishment which has been open since the very early eighties. Built out of red cedar, this 'rustic' lodge is comfortable, private and its unique character is sure to win your favour.

Anchorage Jewel Lake B and B is located a short distance from the airport and is what we would call nothing short of cozy. The establishment is conveniently located half way between Matanuska Susitan Valley And Peninsula Regions Of The State, makes the establishment. Choose the standard bed and breakfast office option and also have full use of our kitchen to prepare your own meals.

For a unique twist on Alaska lodging, take a look at the Alaska Adventure Cabins ( just outside Homer. It’s possible to stay n tranquil, multi storey cabins if that’s what you’re after, but you can also option converted boats and rail cars for your stay. The Double Eagle was used to help clean up the 1989 Exxon Valdez oil spill, and has retired to a bluff overlooking the Homer Spit. After extensive restoration the ship boasts two bedrooms, two bathrooms, and three decks. Or you could spend your vacation in the Moose Caboose, a fully renovated 54 foot rail car. Lodges recommended by "Travel Alaska".