Where To Stay in Denali State Park
In Denali State Park, you’ll find a variety of accommodations that perfectly complement your Alaskan adventure. Whether you prefer the cozy comfort of a lodge, the rustic charm of campgrounds, or the secluded retreat of public-use cabins, Denali State Park offers a variety of options to suit your needs.
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New in 2016, this airy log cabin with a sleeping loft and spiral staircase sits on a bench with a view of the Alaska Range. The location inside the Tent Loop of the K’esugi Ken Campground — close to the similar Tokosha Cabin — features a short walk from parking and exceptional recreation potential. On a sunny day with crystal air, the sight of Denali’s white massif glimmering on the northwestern horizon might take your breath.
New in 2016, this log cabin with a sleeping loft and spiral staircase has an amazing panoramic view of the Alaska Range. The location inside the Tent Loop of the K’esugi Ken Campground — close to the similar Hunter Cabin — features a short walk from parking and exceptional recreation potential.
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This lodge offers spectacular views of Mount McKinley and is situated within Denali State Park on the banks of the Chulitna River. Rooms offer nine-foot ceilings and fans; some offer amazing mountain views. When you’re not in your room, relax in the Great Room with its huge stone fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows. Or, step outside and stroll one of the three nature trails, either on your own or on a guided, park ranger-led walk.