Romantic and Tranquil Lakeside Cabins Hidden in the Alaskan WildernessGirdwood, Alaska (United States) view map
Description of Glamping Units
These romantic and tranquil lakeside cabins hidden in the Alaskan wilderness have nine custom designed Yukon-style cabin tents in wooded settings, connected by gravel pathways and boardwalks to protect the fragile ground below. These comfortable accommodations combine cabin comfort with canvas tent charm. With small front porches that have chairs, guests will be able to sit outside to relax and take in the scenic Alaskan wilderness.
Two of the cabins reflect the historic property's charm and are lakeside log cabins. One of them has a loft that kids love, and two newer log cabins have attached private baths/showers. All cabins offer charming indoor amenities, including lodge-style furnishings, linens, comforters, propane heaters, and lights. Modern “his and hers” bathhouses with flush toilets and hot showers are located a short distance from the cabins. Read More
- Linens provided
- Towels provided
There is a main lodge for guests to use that is equipped with books, board games, a wood stove, and comfortable spaces to sit and relax. It has been renovated to preserve its rich history but modernized for guest service. There is plenty of room to enjoy a book or a game or to just hang out with friends. On site, you will find a ping pong table under a canopy, a wood-fired sauna, a bonfire pit, a screen porch gazebo, and lakeside chairs on the beach. Only a short walk away from the surrounding cabins, the main lodge is easily accessible for guests to enjoy.
- Deck or balcony
- Dining room
- Fire pit
- Patio furniture
- Shared bathroom
Location + Surroundings
This romantic, historic, and tranquil glamping property is located on glacier-carved Skilak Lake and is accessible only by boat from a riverside lodge conveniently located in the heart of the Kenai Peninsula at MP 50.1 on the Sterling Highway. It is about a 2 and half hour drive from Anchorage or one hour drive from Seward and the Soldotna and Kenai areas.
The Kenai Mountains rise to more than 6,000 feet creating the southeastern boundary of the property. Nestled at the foot and throughout these mountains is the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, which you should be sure to visit during your stay. Read More
- Bird watching
Explore the lakeside, take a walk or just sit and watch the gorgeous sunsets that this glamping site offers. Ask the chef or staff to show you the salad and herb garden and how carefully the produce is grown and prepared. If you’re curious about how the micro-hydro system works, the staff will be sure show you how and share the story. The outdoor activities are endless. Raft, fish or bike in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge or explore the Chugach National Forest. The lodge offers a wood-fired sauna, a bonfire pit, and even ping-pong under a canopy!
- You will receive a 50% refund when you cancel at least 30 days prior to check in.
Prices are per person, based on double occupancy; solo traveler rates apply. Price based on deluxe Yukon Cabin Tent accommodations. Add $50 per person for the Log Cabin; add $100 per person for the private bath log cabin upgrade. Please ask about discounts for triple/quadruple occupancy, when available. Trip price includes all meals, accommodations and activities as noted. Optional special interest activities may be offered at the lodge for an additional fee. Trip price does not include tax, applicable fuel surcharge(s), alcoholic beverages, gratuities to staff, or items of a personal nature. Read More