Complete Denali Park Cabins
In Denali Park there are two distinct types of lodging choices; traditional hotel or lodge type properties and cabin properties. Some people choose a cabin in Denali for a more rustic experience, or in some cases, a more economical lodging option in Denali. Cabins can also offer some additional privacy, but keep in mind most Denali Park cabins are in close proximity to many other units. At Alaska Tour & Travel we are proud to offer numerous options in each category whether you choose a Denali Park cabin, lodge or traditional hotel.
As with Denali Park lodges and hotels, you will find the major Denali Park cabin properties in two areas, either one mile north of the Denali Park entrance in the Denali Canyon area or about seven miles south in the Denali Park Village area. There are no lodging options, including cabins, inside the Park near the entrance. You will notice that the Denali cabin properties have similar names. It is important that you understand which Denali Park cabin property you are booking as they vary significantly in terms of location, view and services such as transportation and dining.
This page gives you an overview of the Denali Park cabins properties that we offer, while you can follow this link for the Denali lodge properties. Note we often offer special rates on Denali Park cabins so check our web specials page or look for additional links on the product pages below.
The Cabins at Denali Park Village
Nestled among the towering spruce trees along the Nenana River, you will find the charming Cabins at Denali Park Village. Conveniently located just six miles from the entrance to Denali Park, the rustic cedar cabins provide a quiet, restful place to call your own in the heart of the Alaskan wilderness, steps away from all the conveniences of the Lodge at Denali Park Village. Each deluxe cabin offers all the simple comforts and amenities to make your stay memorable and relaxing. Comfortable bedding, full bathroom, wall-mounted television and river or wilderness views from the deck create an ideal basecamp for your Alaskan experience. Deluxe amenities include bathrobes, complimentary bottle water and a wilderness or river view.
The Denali Cabins is located 8 miles south of the Denali Park Entrance. The Denali Cabins does provide transportation to and from the rail depot as well as an hourly shuttle to the park entrance during the day. Their 46 Cabins offer several room type. The Traditional cabins have two extra-long double beds and sleep up to 4 persons, and the Family suites have two extra-long double beds and a separate living area with a convertible futon that sleeps 6 (5th & 6th persons must be children). There is a microwave and fridge in the family suites only each cabin has private bath, wireless internet is limited in rooms. The Cabins' Day "Lounge & Learn" offers full complementary wireless internet access, television, and phones and a cozy common area to relax. The hotel has two hot tubs, a gift shop, and The Prey Restaurant.
Denali Grizzly Bear Cabins
The Denali Grizzly Bear Resort is located about 7 miles south of the Denali Park entrance on the Nenana River, just across the Parks Highway from the Denali Park Village. The property offers cedar lodge rooms as well as standard and premium cabins, and has a nice general store on site with gifts, liquor, groceries, ice and guest laundry. They have shuttle service for an additional fee to the train depot but in general the property is a better fit for those travelers with their own transportation. There are no restaurants on site, but there are a couple of options available across the street. Alaska Tour & Travel only sells their premium cabin category with cabins that all have a full bath along with in-room coffee, cable TV, hair dryers, two double beds and alarm clocks. Each premium Denali Grizzly Bear Cabin has a private deck with a nice view. These rooms do not have a phone but a payphone and internet access is available near the general store.
Grande Denali Lodge Cabins
The Grande Denali Lodge primarily offers traditional lodge or hotel style rooms, but they do have a limited number of private cabins. Each cabin features separate living, eating and sleeping areas, with a kitchenette and wilderness viewing deck. Cabin amenities include cable television, telephone, coffee/tea service, private bath with hair dryer, iron and ironing board, air conditioning, microwave & refrigerator, sleeper sofa, deck chairs and table with WiFi available in the lobby. All cabins are smoke free. Click this link to read more about the lodge, or the link below for cabin information.
We invite you to browse our Complete Denali section by following the links below. But, of course, you can always give us a call at 800.208.0200, contact us by email, online, or try out our trip finder or trip builder. We are here to help you plan your Denali Park vacation!
Did you know? That Mt. McKinley is not visible from any Denali Park entrance area hotel, lodge or cabin.