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Where To Stay In Juneau

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Season: Year Round $129+

This hotel is locat­ed near the Alas­ka Marine High­way Fer­ry Ter­mi­nal and Juneau Inter­na­tion­al Air­port. Remod­eled in 2008, the Juneau Trav­elodge Hotel has a bright, sun­ny, atmos­phere — and stays fresh by being 100-per­cent non-smok­ing. If you’ve come to Juneau to fish, the hotel even offers a large freez­er for fish box­es ($10 a day). While at the hotel, you can also take advan­tage of the heat­ed indoor pool and gym area. To get down­town (9 miles  ...more

Season: Year Round $229+ Winter | $249+ Summer

A stay at Beach­side Vil­la pro­vides a wel­come spot for relax­ing after such dai­ly adven­tures, with love­ly views of the moun­tains and Gastineau Chan­nel, deluxe accom­mo­da­tions, and of course, access to the beach.

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Season: Year Round $229+ Winter | $249+ Summer

A stay at Beach­side Vil­la pro­vides a wel­come spot for relax­ing after such dai­ly adven­tures, with love­ly views of the moun­tains and Gastineau Chan­nel, deluxe accom­mo­da­tions, and of course, access to the beach.

Nes­tled beside a glacial ket­tle pond in the Ton­gass Rain For­est is Alaska’s most cel­e­brat­ed lodg­ing experience. 

Five min­utes from the air­port and shop­ping. The qui­et of the for­est and majesty of Menden­hall Glac­i­er are only heart­beats away. 

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RV Parks & Campgrounds View All

Season: May 01 to Sep 30 $22+

Nalu means wave” in Hawai­ian, and the Glac­i­er Nalu Camp­ground Resort com­bines the stun­ning scenery of Alas­ka with the relaxed atmos­phere of Hawaii. Whether you’re trav­el­ing by RV or tent camp­ing, this spa­cious, 12.5‑acre park — sur­round­ed by large spruce trees with a creek run­ning through it — is per­fect for cou­ples or fam­i­lies who want to expe­ri­ence out­door living.

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Public Use Cabins View All

This airy 1618 log cab­in over­looks a scenic bend in the riv­er estu­ary inside the Eagle Beach State Recre­ation Area near Juneau. Berry Patch offers a bit of pri­va­cy but remains a great base to explore acces­si­ble nature loops, or beach­comb and watch for marine wildlife such sea lion and whales, birds and oth­er crit­ters in the salt marsh and tide flats.

This cozy 1214 cab­in is tucked into the for­est inside the Eagle Beach State Recre­ation Area about 15 miles up the coast from Juneau on the island-rich Favorite Chan­nel of Lynn Canal. Mar­tin Cab­in offers a bit of pri­va­cy amid the big trees, with more imme­di­ate access to the trails along the riv­er than the area’s oth­er coastal-ori­ent­ed cabins.

This is a restored Civil­ian Con­ser­va­tion Corps (CCC) log cab­in, 16′ x 20′. Access by 3 mile trail on Pio­neer Street off Cor­do­va Street, and at the end of Jack­son St. above Blue­ber­ry Hills sub­di­vi­sion in West Juneau.

This airy and very pop­u­lar 1618 log cab­in enjoys excep­tion­al access inside Eagle Beach State Recre­ation Area. With a wheel­chair acces­si­ble ramp and a cov­ered front porch adja­cent to park­ing, the cab­in is a great base to explore acces­si­ble nature loops, or beach­comb and watch for marine wildlife, birds and oth­er crit­ters in the salt marsh and tide flats.

15′ x 12′ log chalet style cab­in with a deck.

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