Where To Stay In Juneau
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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
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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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This cozy 12 x 14 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 airy 16 x 18 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 airy and very popular 16 x 18 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.