Cabin Nite Dinner Theater  (1:51)

Your first day in Denali can be exhausting, whether you've been busy getting here, or spent the whole day exploring the park. This lively dinner theater on the grounds of the Denali Park Village is a great way to kick back that evening, and it carries only two small risks: your teeth turning temporarily blue (from the delicious berry cobbler), and pictures of you singing popular songs getting put on your social media page.

Roadhouse Romp

Performed twice nightly during the summer, this energetic show tells the story of Fanny Quigley—a real pioneer back in the Gold Rush days of the early 1900s in Kantishna—the area that you can visit deep inside Denali National Park. The show is performed in an authentic, log-paneled roadhouse, and the actors and actresses do double-duty as your servers for the all-you-can-eat family-style dinner. You’ll howl with laughter as you enjoy endless portions of wild-caught Alaskan salmon, slow-roasted BBQ pork ribs, wilderness baked beans, tundra vegetables, garlic cheddar biscuits, and Fanny’s famous mixed berry cobbler—as well as a full bar.

Roadhouse Romp

Performed twice nightly during the summer, this energetic show tells the story of Fanny Quigley—a real pioneer back in the Gold Rush days of the early 1900s in Kantishna—the area that you can visit deep inside Denali National Park. The show is performed in an authentic, log-paneled roadhouse, and the actors and actresses do double-duty as your servers for the all-you-can-eat family-style dinner. You’ll howl with laughter as you enjoy endless portions of wild-caught Alaskan salmon, slow-roasted BBQ pork ribs, wilderness baked beans, tundra vegetables, garlic cheddar biscuits, and Fanny’s famous mixed berry cobbler—as well as a full bar.

Book Early

People love this show because they can tell that the actors themselves are having a great time with it, and the zany sense of fun is infectious. Just be sure to book in advance if you can. The second seating gets booked fast, but there is often more availability at the early show.

What to Bring

  • Your Appetite

Getting There

Mile 231 Parks Highway
Denali National Park, AK 99755

By Car: From the Parks Hwy, turn into the parking lot at Denali Park Village at Mile 231 Parks Highway. The theatre is located in the Miner's Plaza area of the Village.

Shuttle: If you are not driving into Denali, transportation is provided from area hotels

Driving Directions

Prices & Dates

Season May 13 - Sept 19
Rates Dinner Theater // $75 adult | $37.50 child (ages 3-15) | ages 0-2 free if they sit on lap | 5:30 pm & 7:30pm (approx. 90 minutes)
Rate Notes Transportation to Denali Park Village from area hotels is provided.
One show daily May 12 – May 26 & September 5 – 11 at 5:30pm
The all-you-can-eat meal is served family-style and includes: Wild-Caught Alaskan Salmon | Slow-Roasted BBQ Pork Ribs | Wilderness Baked Beans | Herb Potatoes | Tundra Vegetables | Garlic-Cheddar Biscuits & salad on table as they enter. Fannie Famous Mixed Berry Cobbler

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Cabin Nite Dinner Theater