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Where To Stay In Juneau

Discover a diverse range of accommodation options in Juneau. Whether you’re seeking cozy cabins nestled in the wilderness, luxurious hotels in the heart of downtown, or RV sites and campgrounds, you’ll find plenty of great options.

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Season: Year Round $149+ winter | $279+ summer

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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Enjoy rustic charm with modern amenities to rejuvenate every seafaring soul

Season: Mid-May through early September Day to Multi-day

Hit the fish-rich waters of Alas­ka on this unfor­get­table fish­ing char­ter aboard a pri­vate yacht. Head out from Juneau for a mul­ti-day expe­di­tion that’s per­fect for every­one from begin­ners to hard­core anglers, as well as any­one who wants to join the adven­ture! Fish, kayak, take the zodi­ac ashore for excur­sions, stop in the small towns of Elfin Cove and Hoonah, and fish the Gulf of Alaska.


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Season: May 1 - Sept 30 $45+

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 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 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.

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

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 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.

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