This non-profit center, a partner of the national park service, offers a connection between the iconic park and the tight-knit community that thrives in its shadow. Every summer evening at 7:30 p.m, stop in for Life In Denali, a program where a year-round resident shares their personal experiences of living in this remote part of Alaska.
The Cabin Nite Dinner Theater, performed out of the McKinley Chalet, offers a true-to-life Gold Rush tale of Alaskan adventures in the early 1900s. Enjoy songs, dance, humor, and a large family-style meal topped off with berry cobbler.
May - September
This show at the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge tells the story of the first ascent of Mt. McKinley. Laugh, eat, and be merry while the actors and actresses do double-duty as your servers for an all-you-can-eat meal of salmon and ribs.