Copper Center, AK, United States Accommodations

Accommodations in Copper Center

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1br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThe nearest place you can park your car is about 3 miles away, unless you are staying for the long term and want to buy a bridge pass (a few hundred dollars). So you will be hoofing it to the cabin. You will have to bring your own sheets and towels, because the nearest public laundry is a three hour drive away. You will have to haul your water from the spring two miles away, just like the locals do. You will have to chop your own wood if you don't want to freeze to death, and you will have to go to the bathroom on an outdoor throne. You will learn that it takes a full day to cook dry beans on a wood stove. You will get eaten alive by bugs, and chased by bears. If you want fire, you will make your fire. If you want water, you will haul water. If you want to become a fully fledged and capable human being, and are still reading, then you might be in the right place. Guest AccessAt your disposal, you will have the full wonder of Alaskan wilderness and 10 acres to run around naked playing the bagpipes. A small cooking area. A wood stove. A bed. A place to not get devoured. Bagpipes not provided. Interaction with GuestsYou're on your own. Try not to die. The NeighborhoodYou've got a couple neighbors, each about a half mile away. The town of McCarthy, which has goings ons in the summer, is about 2 miles away. Kennicott about 4 miles more, just keep on walking right past McCarthy. The mail shack is halfway between the two. Getting AroundNothing is convenient. Everything is a hassle. You will have to hike or bike three miles to the cabin from where you park. There is a bike at the cabin that you can use to get to town or to haul water. If it needs fixing, you'll have to fix it. And if the bridge washes out, you're stuck (doesn't happen all the time, but it does happen on occasion). But the beauty is that time passes differently, and you might even come to enjoy nature's pace. The nearest town is McCarthy, 2 miles, with a general store and saloon. Open only in summer. Kennicott, 4 more miles up the road, has a restaurant and such in summer. In winter, the nearest place is Chitina, 2-3 hours drive (60 miles on gravel), with very limited services (a small general store and gas station). The nearest town town is Glenallen, another hour past Chitina, and they have everything you'd need (a proper grocery store and motels, services, etc.) You can fly out on the weekly mail plane if you get desperate and the road isn't passable in winter, and that goes to Glenallen. There is a ton to do in terms of activities in summer. You can do fun things on the glacier, lots of hiking/backpacking, outdoorsy stuff. Kennicott has an excellent National Park Service area, with the old copper mines and some excellent buildings that are totally worth the steep-for-the-location entry fees. You can bike or walk the 9 more miles down Nizina Road to the Copper River and check out the defunct bridge, drink some beers on the alluvial plain, if you like. Bus: Backcountry Connection offers daily van service from Glennallen to McCarthy. Their site also has good information about connecting service to and from Anchorage and other destinations. Air: Wrangell Mountain Air offers three daily flights from Chitina, at the edge of the park to McCarthy. They also offer charter flights from Anchorage and other destinations within Alaska. Some visitors rent a car in Anchorage, drive to Chitina, and catch a flight from there. For the really adventurous folks, you can then raft back to your car on a 3 or 4-day wilderness rafting trip with Copper Oar! Copper Valley Air Service offers scheduled flights to McCarthy from Anchorage or Glennallen on two days per week. Get delivered with the mail! Car Rental: In recent years, the condition of The McCarthy Road has improved so much that many car rental agencies now allow their vehicles to be driven on it. Parking: You will have to hike or bike three miles to the cabin from where you can last park. Parking options change every year, as some enterprising people like to charge for it, but sometimes there are people who will let you park for free farther out from the footbridge – can’t guarantee it, though. There is a bike at the cabin that you can use to get to town or to haul water. If it needs filling or fixing, you'll have to fill or fix it. And if the bridge washes out, you're stuck on whatever side you were on when it washed out (doesn't happen all the time, but it does happen on occasion, once or twice a year). Driving to McCarthy: The McCarthy Road provides scenic and adventurous access to the towns of Kennecott and McCarthy and the 13.2 million acre Wrangell St. Elias National Park. Beginning in Chitina, this unpaved road runs 60 miles (96 km) to the Kennicott River near the town of McCarthy and is not maintained during the winter. There is no vehicle access across the Kennicott River; however, a footbridge and local shuttle service provide convenient access to the historic towns. Along the way, the road traverses majestic spruce forests, lively glacial rivers, and provides spectacular views of the Wrangell and Chugach Mountain ranges. Other Things to NoteSleeping: There is only a double bed in terms of bed (made it myself from spruce poles, thank you very much), but you are welcome to bring friends for tent camping at $6 per person (no tent provided). You can also have someone crash on the main level floor but, I promise, it is not comfortable and the cabin is tiny. The couch is big enough for a little person. Very little. Bathroom: Small, but homey outhouse. Please bring your own toiletries. There should be toilet paper out there, but assume nothing. You can buy some things at the Mercantile in summer. Kitchen and Food: Small cooking area is provided. You must wash anything you use with water that you haul from the spring two miles away. Don’t like it? Bring paper plates and utensils and pack them out with you when done. There is some dry food in the storage area below the cabin. You may use some. Don’t leave any food that cannot keep fine for years – seriously. A bag of rice? Fine. Anything you aren’t sure about, and anything liquid at all, take with you. I know that throwing out a half bottle of catsup or a can of beer seems wasteful, but I would rather not come back to my cabin interior covered in exploded catsup and smelling like a hobo in the middle of winter. You are best to bring any food you want to eat with you, although there has been a small Mercantile open in McCarthy proper in recent summers. I’ve really only used it for things like ground buffalo (cooked on a campfire? Holy moly, it’s heaven). They have other things though, but very limited, and no guarantee it’ll be open. Otherwise there are a few places to buy food in town, like a food stand, and a couple restaurants. The grocery story in Glenallen might still deliver groceries on the twice-weekly mail plane for not that much extra. Water: There is a spring in town, about two miles from the cabin. You can use my water jugs and buckets to haul – just make sure they are empty and unsealed when you leave so they don’t grow mold. The spring is marked on the map provided, just ask around if you can’t find it. Internet: Ask around. The saloon sometimes offers wifi. If staying for a while, you can get a phone board for the cabin through the Copper Valley phone company which has slow internet. Laundry: Hahahahahahaha. I wish. This is why you need to bring any towels and a sleeping bag. Because I can’t tell you when the last time I washed that blanket was. Years. Maybe a decade. Cabin Safety: The door opens through the floor. Please be careful. I myself have fallen through it, once, as did my dog. We both lived, but I took pictures of my own injuries they were so impressive, and my dog had unusually persistent erections for several days (not kidding, and while I’m not entirely sure the two were related, it sure did seem it). In my wild imagination I can envision fingers would be particularly traumatized by irresponsible use of the door. However, it’s been in use for years and no one has had issues other than described, so just be careful. If the counterweight rocks fall out (it’s only happened once), please fix the counterweight, because the door is near impossible to open without it. Be careful on the balcony as well. I built the railing, which means it might be shit. Consider that I used to have a shed, and that there is no more shed, which tells you a little about whether your life should depend on my construction abilities. Although the outhouse seems to be holding up fine. Don’t worry, I had appropriate help with the cabin. Bears: Yes, there are bears. There’s some bear spray around the cabin, maybe some in the outhouse. I have no idea if it’s still good, as it’s years old. I’ve never had to use bear spray, and the only times I’ve ever seen it used has been irresponsibly by drunk hippies at music festivals which, while funny, is fairly wasteful because the stuff is expensive. To that end, bring your own if you want it, and replace mine if you use it at a music show. I’m not sure if you can buy any in town now – maybe at the Mercantile. Wear a bell if you are worried, or festive. In past years, there have been only black bears on this side of the river. I’ve chased them off and they are not accustomed to people so are frightened by noise. I’ve also eaten one that wasn’t frightened enough. One buried a coffee maker and stole some hot dogs and broccoli, although I found the broccoli 20 yards away from camp, and I liked to picture the bear having discarded it with disgust. People have run ins with them sometimes, but there have been no maulings to my knowledge. But why be the first? Wear a bell, carry spray, be alert and sensible. A guide on bears follows. Be very careful with food disposal. If you choose to burn anything rather than pack it out, burn it WELL. Incinerate it. Past the point of it being discernible as anything other than ash. The best way to not experiment with the food chain is to not attract bears in the first place. Dogs: Clean up their poop on pathways or near the cabin. Don’t let them fight other dogs. Teach them to respect the floor door. They are going to love it here. Leashes are not really used out here. There are wolves in winter, however, so just be aware of that if you are visiting in a colder month; I wouldn’t leave them alone outside at that time. What to Bring: At the very least, bring sheets or a sleeping bag, water, food, and light. Remote Alaska is beautiful, but it's not easy, and you are essentially on your own. I will provide whatever guidance I can, if you can reach me by phone, but this is not a bed and breakfast. This is real, Alaska life, so please be prepared. At the very least, bring sheets or a sleeping bag, water, and light. Please be sure to review the house rules.
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1br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Breakfast
The Spacetinycabin is a lovingly-restored 30-year old Alaskan trapper's cabin, full of rustic charm and comfort. It's a small (11'x16') one-room log cabin, so come with someone you love! You'll be rewarded with an authentic "AK bush-town" experience in the middle of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. tinycabin is perfect for couples, but a third person can be easily accommodated also. There is a double bed, plus a futon mattress that can be set up on the floor. A lovely covered porch looks out on a private grassy area (additional guests could camp), wildflowers and berry bushes, and mountain scenery. The cabin has both a woodstove and propane heater, propane and electric lights, and electrical outlets where guests can charge electronics. Wifi can be purchased by the day from the local hotspot. The kitchenette is stocked with supplies for guests to cook simply, plus "semi-running water" which is a cold water cistern and basin. Towels and linens are provided, as well as filtered drinking water. Guest AccessGuests have a private, clean, new outhouse for their use and are welcome to use our hot water, outdoor shower (it's rustic, but refreshing!) under the deck of our next-door home. The town of McCarthy is 2 blocks away--a quick walk to the local general store, restaurants/bar, shuttle-to-Kennecott bus stop, flightseeing operators, guide services and historical museum. The end of the Kennicott Glacier is a 20 minute walk away and the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark is 4 miles away; you can walk, bike or take a shuttle. Guests can only drive to the Kennicott River, then need to walk across a footbridge and either walk or shuttle-bus the 1/2 mile into McCarthy town. If you fly into McCarthy from Chitina or Anchorage with Wrangell Mountain Air, they will shuttle you to downtown McCarthy, then it's a 2-block walk to tinycabin. I may be available to pick some guests up at the footbridge, depending on my work schedule; this may be arranged on a case-by-case basis. Interaction with GuestsWe live right next door to tinycabin, so are available to answer questions and help guests, but we respect our guests' privacy and space. I spend a lot of time in the yard and garden during the summer, so I am often working near tinycabin. Our friends visit and we work on various projects, so it's not a place of complete solitude. For those that want an entire property to themselves, this may not be the place. We live in an Alaskan bush community, with all its daily activities, and we welcome anyone who wants to experience a bit of that routine. We love to answer questions about the area if guests want information. We provide a binder of information about the area in the cabin. The NeighborhoodWe're close enough to downtown McCarthy for easy access to nightlife and services, but just far enough that our property feels quiet and private. Enjoy wandering from tinycabin up McCarthy Creek along a woodsy trail or out in the creek bed. The softball field is nearby, where you can throw a frisbee or play softball with the locals every Friday night! Our location is the perfect mix of accessibility to both town and scenic country for wandering. Getting AroundA shuttle bus runs all summer, as often as every half-hour, between the Kennicott River, McCarthy and Kennecott town, 4 miles uphill from McCarthy. It costs $5/person/one-way and leaves from the Wrangell Mountain Air office, 2 blocks from tinycabin in McCarthy. Bike rentals are available in McCarthy, and hiking trails exist around the whole area. Other Things to NoteMake-your-own coffee and tea, cereal and oatmeal are provided in tinycabin, and the kitchenette is stocked for guests who would like to cook simply with other food they bring. There is a 2 burner propane stove and some pots/pans/utensils/dishes. Homemade muffins or bread are brought to your cabin on the first morning of your stay, while butter, milk and yogurt will be provided every morning to accompany cereal/oatmeal, which guests prepare themselves in tinycabin.
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  • Wifi
  • Pets Allowed
  • Breakfast
  • Parking
The SpaceSawing Logzz is a private suite that accommodates up to 4 adults. The guest suite has 2 queen beds one is a log queen in private bedroom and the other is a log queen sofa pullout futon. It is has one bathroom and a kitchenette a living space and dining a place to relax and call home for awhile. We have satellite TV and wireless internet so you can keep up with everything in your world.. We also have an extra bedroom with a double bed and two single beds will accommodate 4 adults their is an additional cost for this extra guest room plus there is a large great room that is available exclusively to our guests to relax and have extra space it has a mini frig for guests to use . Our lower level space offers total privacy and even though it's on lower level it has a daylight view and has its own entrance and private parking so guests may come and go on their own time. We are located in the heart of the Wrangell Saint Elias NP the visitor center is 2 miles from our log home. Our log home is in a beautiful setting surrounded by the majestic Wrangell Saint Elias Mountains , you must come and see for yourself.. Guest AccessThe guests have access to the whole lower level of our home includes a large great room and an extra bedroom . Interaction with GuestsWe are usually available during your stay but we make sure everything is at your fingertips and a phone call away if we are not present. The NeighborhoodWe live in a beautiful setting facing the Wrangell Saint Elias Mountain Range. Getting AroundWe do have shuttle pick up at our BNB.. Other Things to NoteWe have high speed Internet private entrance and private parking..
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5br Home/Apartment
  • Pets Allowed
The SpaceThe cabins, completed in 2015, were modeled after nearby original trapper cabins. Each cabin has two full size beds, a small kitchen set up with running water, and a drinking water filtration system. The cabins share a shower house with hot water (also considered a luxury in this neck of the woods!), along with an outhouse. Linens, dishware, and towels are all provided. Two bicycles per cabin are available for our guests. Interaction with GuestsLivvi and Mark will be around Blackburn Cabins daily, and are always just a phone call away! The NeighborhoodMcCarthy, Alaska was not the first town established to support the mining town of Kennicott. The town of Blackburn was first established in the early 1900’s as a settlement of hopeful workers and businessmen. In 1911, the Blackburn Roadhouse was built. It was a two-story structure built with logs and milled wood, and at the time it was considered the “biggest log structure in the district.” Because its location was not on the direct route of the Copper River and Northwestern Railway, Blackburn did not endure. The Blackburn schoolhouse was hauled to Kennicott and the remaining buildings fell into disrepair. All that remains are indentations where buildings once stood, and one sole outhouse. Our cabins are built on the old townsite of Blackburn. They offer a peaceful setting for visitors to spend the night away from the hustle and bustle of downtown McCarthy, yet close enough to walk or bike to town to visit the museum or have a bite to eat! Getting AroundWe are located in the center of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, along the five mile wagon road connecting McCarthy and Kennicott (3/4 mile from the footbridge and 3/4 mile from McCarthy). Two bicycles per cabin are available for our guests. You may also take the Wrangell Mountain Shuttle between McCarthy and Kennicott for $5 per person each way. Other Things to NoteWe provide transportation to and from the footbridge upon arrival and departure. Two bicycles are provided to each cabin for the duration of your stay. You may also take the Wrangell Mountain Shuttle between McCarthy and Kennicott for $5 per person each way.
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2br Home/Apartment
    The SpaceHistorical house with many original fixtures and features Fully equipped with hot and cold running water, flush toilet, heat,refrigerator, stove. 2 bedrooms with queen and full size beds, 3 cots available, and a couch Guest AccessEntire home Interaction with GuestsGuests need to park their car at the pedestrian bridge, take the shuttle from the bridge to Main Street Kennicott (note last shuttle at 6 pm) Shuttle run by Wrangell mountain Air (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and costs $5 per person one way, walk up the road ( on a hill) total distance ~ 1/2 mile) to Silk Stocking Row The caretaker, Diane, will stop by and make sure you are doing fine and answer any questions You must call Wrangell Mountain Air to verify shuttle times and allowances of baggage. Cost of shuttle NOT included in house rental. Getting AroundShuttle bus runs the 5 miles between footbridge/McCarthy to Kennicott for $5 one way. Wrangell Mountain Air operates the shuttle (phone number hidden) to verify availability and times and willingness to transport all your baggage with you. Cost of shuttle NOT included in house rental.
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      The SpaceThis is a cottage in a spectacularly beautiful but very remote Alaskan community, with very limited infrastructure. It's a charming summer home for people who are interested in getting away from it all to enjoy proximity to the largest national park in the U.S. This off-the-grid 1917-built Danish style cottage comfortably accommodates a couple for making meals, playing games, relaxing in the yard, enjoying a sit in the screened porch, exploring the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark (NHL) on foot, and having daily adventures throughout the Kennicott Glacier Valley. 17 Silk Stocking Row is situated a 10-minute walk above the NHL main street. Access to the Kennicott Glacier is a 2 mile walk on the beautiful Erie Mine wagon trail. There is an outdoor privy and no flush toilet. Guest AccessExploration of copper mill town and mines, glacier hiking, ice climbing, hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, flightseeing, rafting and packrafting, National Park Service (NPS) interpretive services, museum, restaurants, and one saloon. Interaction with GuestsGreet guests on main street Kennicott when they've arrived in the McCarthy-Kennicott Shuttle van (from the end of McCarthy Road). Orient guests to cottage and amenities. Transport luggage to McCarthy-Kennicott Shuttle pickup on main street Kennicott upon checkout. We are next door if guests have questions/issues. The NeighborhoodThis off-the-grid 1917-built Danish-style cottage is situated in a historic Euro-American copper mill town, a gem amongst Alaska's premier scenic regions. Enjoy local trails and long sunsets as you hear rocks slip away from the Kennicott Glacier surface moraine. Cross the historic National Creek Falls footbridge en route to the top of the 14-story Concentration Mill building, Root Glacier trail, and three historic mine wagon roads. Getting AroundDistances and Driving Times: Anchorage to McCarthy 314 miles 7.5+ hours Fairbanks to McCarthy 374 miles 9.5+ hours Valdez to McCarth(URL HIDDEN) 176 miles 5.5+ hours Glennallen to McCarthy 125 miles 4+ hours Chitina to McCarth(URL HIDDEN) 60 miles 2.5+ hours Denali N.P. to McCarthy 395 miles 11+ hours From Anchorage, visitors drive east on the Glenn Highway (Hwy 1), then south on the Richardson Highway (Hwy 4), then east on the Edgerton Highway (Hwy 10), then continue east on the McCarthy Road. The End of the Road: After arriving at the east end of the McCarthy Road, guests will need 45 minutes to park and pay, drop-off and haul luggage/coolers across the Kennicott River Footbridge, and load into a Wrangell Mountain Air (WMA) McCarthy Kennicott Shuttle Wrangell Mountain Bus passenger van (at the east side of the Footbridge). Please allow at least 15 minutes to arrange parking at the east end of the McCarthy Road near the Kennicott River, and 30 minutes to drop off/carry luggage, and get your party across the Kennicott River Footbridge (for heavy loads, a wheeled hand-cart can be found at the west or east side of the Footbridge). *Be sure to contact Wrangell Mountain Air directly to obtain the current shuttle pick-up schedule and rates, which adjust throughout the season to accommodate peak visitor periods: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Plan to arrive an hour ahead of the day's last shuttle! The shuttle ride between the Footbridge and Main Street Kennicott takes approximately 1/2 hour. There are three privately owned parking lots within the final mile of the McCarthy Road. They vary in price depending on proximity to the Kennicott River Footbridge. Please determine a preferred parking option ahead to stream-line your arrival: 1. The Glacier View Campground is 1 mile from the Footbridge: (URL HIDDEN) : (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). 1/2 mile from the Footbridge is the parking lot marked by a “Visitor Information” sign, which is attended from 10am to 7pm: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The Base Camp Root Glacier offers convenient parking adjacent the Kennicott River Footbridge: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Getting to Kennicott: One-way fare to Main Street Kennicott per passenger with luggage or cooler held in a patron's lap is $5. Additional items that cannot fit onto a passenger's lap will cost additional fares, if the van has room for more gear. For large groups with more luggage items than people, contact WMA ahead of schedule to reserve an entire van to Main Street Kennicott (or to the Kennicott River Footbridge) for $60 one way. WMA vans meet patrons at several locations: east of the Kennicott River Footbridge (5+ miles distant from 17 Silk Stocking Row), on Main Street McCarthy at the WMA office, at the McCarthy Airstrip if pre-arranged, and at the south end of Main Street Kennicott. Once you have arrived in Kennicott, the hosts will be happy to transport your luggage to 17 Silk Stocking Row on Monday-Thursday between 5:30 PM-8:30 PM and between 10:00 AM-8:30 PM on Friday-Sunday. In the event of an earlier arrival to Main Street Kennicott on Monday-Thursday, non-scented luggage can be left in the back of the white Ford 150 pick-up truck at the Main Street Kennicott Shuttle Turnaround. Coolers and other scented items can be put inside the front of the truck, which will be left unlocked. In the event of rain, a tarp will be available for non-scented luggage temporarily stored in the truck bed. As a reminder, cottage check-in time is between 3:00 PM and 8:30 PM. Check-out time is before 11:00 AM. To accommodate your departure-day activities, we are happy to store your luggage before or past the check-out time. Please discuss plans with the host. Dining options in Kennicott: 1. Lunch and dinner at The Meatza Wagon, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN): (URL HIDDEN) 2. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Kennicott Glacier Lodge (dinner is by reservation only), (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN): (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to Note*Bathroom facilities include one quaint privy in the cottage yard, and a shower house connected via deck and stairs to the cottage rear entrance. There is not an indoor flush toilet. *17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests and luggage reach main street Kennicott by the last Kennicott-McCarthy Shuttle van offered by Wrangell Mountain Air (WMA) from the Kennicott River Footbridge at the end of the McCarthy Road. Note: Kennicott is located approximately seven - eight hours (by car) from Anchorage. The McCarthy Road is a narrow, gravel road that is 59 miles long. It usually takes 2 - 3 hours to drive the McCarthy Road. Here a few tips for driving the Road safely: 1. The speed limit for the McCarthy Road is 35mph. If you stay under the speed limit, the risk of a flat tire or car damage is minimal. 2. The road is wide enough for two lanes in most places and the State has brushed most of the road to increase visibility. However, the road is still narrow in some places and the shoulders are soft, so take your time and watch out for other traffic. 3. The number of flat tires on the McCarthy road has decreased drastically in the last few years, but it is still a good idea to carry a good spare tire. There is a tire repair shop at the end of the road during the summer months if you do have a problem. In the event of tire damage, contact John Adams: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) *Cellular phone service in McCarthy/Kennicott is limited depending on wireless provider. However, free phones are located at the Chitina Wayside and outhouse pull-out (65 miles from Kennicott), at the end of the McCarthy Road on the west side of the Kennicott River Footbridge, and on main street Kennicott below the Kennicott Glacier Lodge. These phones allow users to make free local calls to numbers that begin with 907-554-****, or to use calling cards for long distance calls. *17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests contact cottage hosts from the Chitina Wayside and the Kennicott River Footbridge to provide projected times of arrival at the Kennicott River Footbridge and then to main street Kennicott. Parking: Several private overnight parking options are available within the final mile of the McCarthy Road, beyond which the Kennicott River Footbridge and the towns of McCarthy and Kennicott are located. *All 17 Silk Stocking Row guests must pay to park their vehicles at one of the private parking lots toward the end of the McCarthy Road near the Kennicott River Footbridge. *Cottage amenities (refrigerator, kitchen range, wall lights, wall heaters, and an on-demand hot water heater for the shower house and kitchen sink) are all propane fired. The cottage has a small solar electric system that supplies limited AC power. It is good for electronics but insufficient for heat- producing appliances such as hair dryers or curling irons. The Kennicott Glacier Lodge (less than a 10-minute walk) offers a wireless connection (and limited outlets) for a fee: (URL HIDDEN)
      Home/Apartment
      2br Home/Apartment
      • Wifi
      Historic house completely modernized, decorated with original furniture and artifacts. Sleeps up to 5 on a queen bed, pull out couch and foldable twin. Full bathroom and kitchen. Search for Shushanna Guesthouse McCarthy for more details.
      Bed & Breakfast
      1br Bed & Breakfast
      • Wifi
      • Pets Allowed
      • Breakfast
      • Parking
      This new 18x20 Alaska cabin is near McCarthy airport. Complete kitchen and tiled walk-in shower. Computer and Wi-Fi. The best view by far of Mt. Blackburn, Ice Fall, and the Kennicott Mine right from the deck. You won't want to get off the deck.
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      3br Home/Apartment
        The SpaceThis is a cottage in a spectacularly beautiful but very remote Alaskan community, with very limited infrastructure. It's a charming summer home for people who are interested in getting away from it all to enjoy proximity to the largest national park in the U.S. This off-the-grid 1917-built Danish style cottage comfortably accommodates groups for making meals, playing games, relaxing in the yard, enjoying a sit in the screened porch, exploring the Kennecott Mines National Historic Landmark (NHL) on foot, and having daily adventures throughout the Kennicott Glacier Valley. 17 Silk Stocking Row is situated a 10-minute walk above the NHL main street. Access to the Kennicott Glacier is a 2 mile walk on the beautiful Erie Mine wagon trail. There is an outdoor privy and no flush toilet. Guest AccessExploration of copper mill town and mines, glacier hiking, ice climbing, hiking, backpacking, mountaineering, flightseeing, rafting and packrafting, National Park Service (NPS) interpretive services, museum, restaurants, and one saloon. Interaction with GuestsGreet guests on Main Street Kennicott when they've arrived in the McCarthy-Kennicott Shuttle van (from the end of McCarthy Road). Orient guests to cottage and amenities. Transport luggage to McCarthy-Kennicott Shuttle pickup on main street Kennicott upon checkout. The hosts are next door if guests have questions/issues. The NeighborhoodThis off-the-grid 1917-built Danish-style cottage is situated in a historic Euro-American copper mill town, a gem amongst Alaska's premier scenic regions. Enjoy local trails and long sunsets as you hear rocks slip away from the Kennicott Glacier surface moraine. Cross the historic National Creek Falls footbridge en route to the top of the 14-story Concentration Mill building, Root Glacier trail, and three historic mine wagon roads. Getting AroundDistances and Driving Times: Anchorage to McCarthy 314 miles 7.5+ hours Fairbanks to McCarthy 374 miles 9.5+ hours Valdez to McCarth(URL HIDDEN) 176 miles 5.5+ hours Glennallen to McCarthy 125 miles 4+ hours Chitina to McCarth(URL HIDDEN) 60 miles 2.5+ hours Denali N.P. to McCarthy 395 miles 11+ hours From Anchorage, visitors drive east on the Glenn Highway (Hwy 1), then south on the Richardson Highway (Hwy 4), then east on the Edgerton Highway (Hwy 10), then continue east on the McCarthy Road. The End of the Road: After arriving at the east end of the McCarthy Road, guests will need 45 minutes to park and pay, drop-off and haul luggage/coolers across the Kennicott River Footbridge, and load into a Wrangell Mountain Air (WMA) McCarthy Kennicott Shuttle Wrangell Mountain Bus passenger van (at the east side of the Footbridge). Please allow at least 15 minutes to arrange parking at the east end of the McCarthy Road near the Kennicott River, and 30 minutes to drop off/carry luggage, and get your party across the Kennicott River Footbridge (for heavy loads, a wheeled hand-cart can be found at the west or east side of the Footbridge). *Be sure to contact Wrangell Mountain Air directly to obtain the current shuttle pick-up schedule and rates, which adjust throughout the season to accommodate peak visitor periods: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Plan to arrive an hour ahead of the day's last shuttle! The shuttle ride between the Footbridge and Main Street Kennicott takes approximately 1/2 hour. There are three privately owned parking lots within the final mile of the McCarthy Road. They vary in price depending on proximity to the Kennicott River Footbridge. Please determine a preferred parking option ahead to stream-line your arrival: 1. The Glacier View Campground is 1 mile from the Footbridge: (URL HIDDEN) : (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). 1/2 mile from the Footbridge is the parking lot marked by a “Visitor Information” sign, which is attended from 10am to 7pm: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). The Base Camp Root Glacier offers convenient parking adjacent the Kennicott River Footbridge: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) Getting to Kennicott: One-way fare to Main Street Kennicott per passenger with luggage or cooler held in a patron's lap is $5. Additional items that cannot fit onto a passenger's lap will cost additional fares, if the van has room for more gear. For large groups with more luggage items than people, contact WMA ahead of schedule to reserve an entire van to Main Street Kennicott (or to the Kennicott River Footbridge) for $60 one way. WMA vans meet patrons at several locations: east of the Kennicott River Footbridge (5+ miles distant from 17 Silk Stocking Row), on Main Street McCarthy at the WMA office, at the McCarthy Airstrip if pre-arranged, and at the south end of Main Street Kennicott. Once you have arrived in Kennicott, the hosts will be happy to transport your luggage to 17 Silk Stocking Row on Monday-Thursday between 5:30 PM-8:30 PM and between 10:00 AM-8:30 PM on Friday-Sunday. In the event of an earlier arrival to Main Street Kennicott on Monday-Thursday, non-scented luggage can be left in the back of the white Ford 150 pick-up truck at the Main Street Kennicott Shuttle Turnaround. Coolers and other scented items can be put inside the front of the truck, which will be left unlocked. In the event of rain, a tarp will be available for non-scented luggage temporarily stored in the truck bed. As a reminder, cottage check-in time is between 3:00 PM and 8:30 PM. Check-out time is before 11:00 AM. To accommodate your departure-day activities, we are happy to store your luggage before or past the check-out time. Please discuss plans with the host. Dining options in Kennicott: 1. Lunch and dinner at The Meatza Wagon, (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN): (URL HIDDEN) 2. Breakfast, lunch, and dinner at the Kennicott Glacier Lodge (dinner is by reservation only), (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN): (URL HIDDEN) Other Things to Note*Bathroom facilities include one quaint privy in the cottage yard, and a shower house connected via deck and stairs to the cottage rear entrance. There is not an indoor flush toilet. *17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests and luggage reach main street Kennicott by the last Kennicott-McCarthy Shuttle van offered by Wrangell Mountain Air (WMA) from the Kennicott River Footbridge at the end of the McCarthy Road. Note: Kennicott is located approximately seven - eight hours (by car) from Anchorage. The McCarthy Road is a narrow, gravel road that is 59 miles long. It usually takes 2 - 3 hours to drive the McCarthy Road. Here a few tips for driving the Road safely: 1. The speed limit for the McCarthy Road is 35mph. If you stay under the speed limit, the risk of a flat tire or car damage is minimal. 2. The road is wide enough for two lanes in most places and the State has brushed most of the road to increase visibility. However, the road is still narrow in some places and the shoulders are soft, so take your time and watch out for other traffic. 3. The number of flat tires on the McCarthy road has decreased drastically in the last few years, but it is still a good idea to carry a good spare tire. There is a tire repair shop at the end of the road during the summer months if you do have a problem. In the event of tire damage, contact John Adams: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) or (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) *Cellular phone service in McCarthy/Kennicott is limited depending on wireless provider. However, free phones are located at the Chitina Wayside and outhouse pull-out (65 miles from Kennicott), at the end of the McCarthy Road on the west side of the Kennicott River Footbridge, and on main street Kennicott below the Kennicott Glacier Lodge. These phones allow users to make free local calls to numbers that begin with 907-554-****, or to use calling cards for long distance calls. *17 Silk Stocking Row hosts require that guests contact cottage hosts from the Chitina Wayside and the Kennicott River Footbridge to provide projected times of arrival at the Kennicott River Footbridge and then to main street Kennicott. Parking: Several private overnight parking options are available within the final mile of the McCarthy Road, beyond which the Kennicott River Footbridge and the towns of McCarthy and Kennicott are located. *All 17 Silk Stocking Row guests must pay to park their vehicles at one of the private parking lots toward the end of the McCarthy Road near the Kennicott River Footbridge. *Cottage amenities (refrigerator, kitchen range, wall lights, wall heaters, and an on-demand hot water heater for the shower house and kitchen sink) are all propane fired. The cottage has a small solar electric system that supplies limited AC power. It is good for electronics but insufficient for heat- producing appliances such as hair dryers or curling irons. The Kennicott Glacier Lodge (less than a 10-minute walk) offers a wireless connection (and limited outlets) for a fee: (URL HIDDEN)
        b&b
        Excellent
        3 reviews
        1br b&b
        • Pets Allowed
        Our 18x24 cabin is new construction with a tiled bathroom/shower, propane appliances, wifi. We use generator power. We offer breakfast and light lunches too. We have a deck with a view that is unbelievable of 16,300 ft Mt. Blackburn, the Root Glacier, and the historic Kennicott Mine. We are located near the McCarthy airport so you will see small bush planes coming and going from the deck. We are in the wilderness and you can see wildlife and pick cranberries and mushrooms in season.
        hotel
        7br hotel
        • Breakfast
        • Gym
        • Parking
        • Pets Allowed
        • Swimming Pool
        • Wifi
        Situated in the historical district, this inn is within 1 mi (2 km) of Chapel on the Hill and Wrangell-St. Elias National Park and Preserve. Wrangell‐St. Elias National Park Visitor Center is 6.3 mi (10.2 km) away.
        Cabin
        Excellent
        13 reviews
        1br Cabin
        • Pets Allowed
        Stay with us at Blackburn Cabins and explore historic Kennicott and McCarthy, and the natural wilds of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. We are conveniently located on the wagon road between McCarthy and Kennicott, Alaska. Just 3/4 mile from the foot bridge or McCarthy! Nestled in the forest near the toe of the Kennicott Glacier, our 5 eco friendly, private log cabins offer a comfortable place to rest after a day of exploring the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The cabins, completed in 2015, were modeled after nearby original trapper cabins. Each cabin has two full size beds, a small kitchen set up with running water, and a drinking water filtration system. The cabins share a shower house with hot water (also considered a luxury in this neck of the woods!), along with an outhouse. Linens, dishware, and towels are all provided. Two bicycles per cabin are available for our guests.
        Bed & Breakfast
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Pets Allowed
        Our 18x24 cabin is new construction with a tiled bathroom/shower, propane appliances, wifi. We use generator power. We offer breakfast and light lunches too. We have a deck with a view that is unbelievable of 16,300 ft Mt. Blackburn, the Root Glacier, and the historic Kennicott Mine. We are located near the McCarthy airport so you will see small bush planes coming and going from the deck. We are in the wilderness and you can see wildlife and pick cranberries and mushrooms in season.
        Bedroom
        Bedroom
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceOur bed and breakfast is like nothing you've experienced before, we have a beautiful home on the Klutina River where your can fish day or night for our world renowned Copper River Red and King Salmon. Make this your home away from home. This room has a shared bathroom. Guest AccessFor breakfast we offer our guests a voucher for Bee Happy Coffee Company. The voucher includes a Danish or muffin, a latte and fresh fruit. Interaction with GuestsOur bed and breakfast specializes in family values and hospitality, though you are very far from any urban center, you will have all the amenities and comforts of home. Our family is located on the property and we greatly cherish the relationships created with anyone and everyone who visits our home. We invite all artists and musicians to come share their skills with us. We fluently speak English and art. The NeighborhoodBreathe in the crisp Alaskan air and take in the majestic view of the Wrangell Mountains with a visit to the Bee Happy Coffee Company. We specialize in Alaskan coffee and quick gourmet meals. If your traveling in an RV or camper we recommend staying at PJ Hudds Bear nAKed RV Park and Camp Ground. Enjoy glorious river views and the breath taking Alaska scenery all from the comforts of your home away from home Our neighborhood is famous for the world class Copper River salmon fishing. The area offers everything you need fulfill your Alaskan fishing experience. Within a one mile radius there are many salmon charters, a fishing supply shack and even Alaska fishing permits. We also have a fish processing facility across the street! Getting AroundWe offer free parking for our guests. Other Things to NoteThe inspiration for the name Klutina Kate's Bed and Breakfast not only comes from the Klutina river but also the owners mother. Kate wanted to honor her mother, Jean Ashby Huddleston, who used the moniker "Klutina Kate" for a popular column she produced for a local newspaper. Jean Ashby Huddleston was a college teacher, historian and life long Alaskan.
        Bed & Breakfast
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Pets Allowed
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        very nice b&b with 4 cabins with queen beds running hot water private in suite bathrooms . located on the banks of the chokasna river half way between chitina and McCarthy in the middle of the wrangle st-elias national park with many trails
        Bed & Breakfast
        Excellent
        7 reviews
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        The SpaceWe serve dessert each evening and a freshly cooked full breakfast each morning. Dietary needs will be accommodated. We let our guests tell us when they would like to eat. We serve breakfast up until 10 AM and as early as our guests need us to. We can add a single bed to a queen room. There will be a $25.00 charge for guest over the age of 12 (i.e. 13 and up) for the third person in a room. Guest AccessOur home is three levels. We reside on the third level. All of the other spaces are open to our guests. Interaction with GuestsWe visit with our guests and as long time Alaska residents we can help them with whatever plans they want to make. The NeighborhoodOur community is close knit and very friendly to visitors. We have trails and other hikes that appeal to a large variety of abilities. Getting AroundThe Kennicott shuttle will pick you up at our B&B and take you to McCarthy/Kennicott and bring you back here. When you inquire about a room we will send you a document with internet links that will help you plan a fun filled vacation in our area and how to get there. Other Things to NoteWe do know our neighbors and local businesses. We can help you to plan your trip and make sure you get where you need to be on time.
        Bedroom
        Bedroom
        • Wifi
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceOur bed and breakfast is like nothing you've experienced before, we have a beautiful home on the Klutina River where your can fish day or night for our world renowned Copper River Red and King Salmon. Make this your home away from home. This room has a shared bathroom. Guest AccessFor breakfast we offer our guests a voucher for Bee Happy Coffee Company. The voucher includes a Danish or muffin, a latte and fresh fruit. Interaction with GuestsOur bed and breakfast specializes in family values and hospitality, though you are very far from any urban center, you will have all the amenities and comforts of home. Our family is located on the property and we greatly cherish the relationships created with anyone and everyone who visits our home. We invite all artists and musicians to come share their skills with us. We fluently speak English and art. The NeighborhoodBreathe in the crisp Alaskan air and take in the majestic view of the Wrangell Mountains with a visit to the Bee Happy Coffee Company. We specialize in Alaskan coffee and quick gourmet meals. If your traveling in an RV or camper we recommend staying at PJ Hudds Bear nAKed RV Park and Camp Ground. Enjoy glorious river views and the breath taking Alaska scenery all from the comforts of your home away from home Our neighborhood is famous for the world class Copper River salmon fishing. The area offers everything you need fulfill your Alaskan fishing experience. Within a one mile radius there are many salmon charters, a fishing supply shack and even Alaska fishing permits. We also have a fish processing facility across the street! Getting AroundWe offer free parking for our guests. Other Things to NoteThe inspiration for the name Klutina Kate's Bed and Breakfast not only comes from the Klutina river but also the owners mother. Kate wanted to honor her mother, Jean Ashby Huddleston, who used the moniker "Klutina Kate" for a popular column she produced for a local newspaper. Jean Ashby Huddleston was a college teacher, historian and life long Alaskan.
        Bedroom
        Bedroom
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceOur bed and breakfast is like nothing you've experienced before, we have a beautiful home on the Klutina River where your can fish day or night for our world renowned Copper River Red and King Salmon. Make this your home away from home. This room has a shared bathroom. Guest AccessFor breakfast we offer our guests a voucher for Bee Happy Coffee Company. The voucher includes a Danish or muffin, a latte and fresh fruit. Interaction with GuestsOur bed and breakfast specializes in family values and hospitality, though you are very far from any urban center, you will have all the amenities and comforts of home. Our family is located on the property and we greatly cherish the relationships created with anyone and everyone who visits our home. We invite all artists and musicians to come share their skills with us. We fluently speak English and art. The NeighborhoodBreathe in the crisp Alaskan air and take in the majestic view of the Wrangell Mountains with a visit to the Bee Happy Coffee Company. We specialize in Alaskan coffee and quick gourmet meals. If your traveling in an RV or camper we recommend staying at PJ Hudds Bear nAKed RV Park and Camp Ground. Enjoy glorious river views and the breath taking Alaska scenery all from the comforts of your home away from home Our neighborhood is famous for the world class Copper River salmon fishing. The area offers everything you need fulfill your Alaskan fishing experience. Within a one mile radius there are many salmon charters, a fishing supply shack and even Alaska fishing permits. We also have a fish processing facility across the street! Getting AroundWe offer free parking for our guests. Other Things to NoteThe inspiration for the name Klutina Kate's Bed and Breakfast not only comes from the Klutina river but also the owners mother. Kate wanted to honor her mother, Jean Ashby Huddleston, who used the moniker "Klutina Kate" for a popular column she produced for a local newspaper. Jean Ashby Huddleston was a college teacher, historian and life long Alaskan.
        Home/Apartment
        1br Home/Apartment
        • Pets Allowed
        My place is close to great views, family-friendly activities, and restaurants and dining. You’ll love my place because of the location, the ambiance, the outdoors space, and the neighborhood. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
        Bed & Breakfast
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Wifi
        • Pets Allowed
        • Parking
        My place is close to family-friendly activities. You’ll love my place because of the outdoors space and the comfy bed. My place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, families (with kids), big groups, and furry friends (pets).
        Bed & Breakfast
        Excellent
        4 reviews
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Pets Allowed
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        The SpaceCute cabin, with a queen size bed and a roll away. Inside toilet, and shower. Guest AccessLake, with paddle boat, 2 kayaks. Interaction with GuestsWe will be here to help with questions or information. The NeighborhoodSecluded, with loads of mountain views. Day trips to lots of tourist destinations. Getting AroundBring your own vehicle, bicycle, your boat.
        Bed & Breakfast
        1br Bed & Breakfast
        • Breakfast
        • Parking
        Our place is close to the Kennecott Mill site, the largest copper mill in North America, and downtown McCarthy. You’ll love our technology free accommodations with beautiful wilderness surroundings and peaceful settings while listening to the relaxing sounds of the clear, natural water creek. This place is good for couples, solo adventurers, business travelers, and groups.
        house
        3br house
          We are located on the banks of the majestic Klutina River in Downtown Copper Center! Our home is large and beautiful and decorated with lots of art and color. we also own the Bee Happy Coffee Co. Located on our property which is where we serve out breakfast during the summer months. Our family has lived in this region for well over a hundred years so we are very well versed in Alaskan history and it's varying cultures. Our late family members began their careers in the lodging business in 1948. It has always been important to us to provide clean, comfortable rooms and good, delicious food. We dedicate ourselves to serving your needs with lots of joy and cheer. We welcome you and your family to come stay and share in our love of the great state of Alaska!
          Bed & Breakfast
          3br Bed & Breakfast
            We are located on the banks of the majestic Klutina River in Downtown Copper Center! Our home is large and beautiful and decorated with lots of art and color. we also own the Bee Happy Coffee Co. Located on our property which is where we serve out breakfast during the summer months. Our family has lived in this region for well over a hundred years so we are very well versed in Alaskan history and it's varying cultures. Our late family members began their careers in the lodging business in 1948. It has always been important to us to provide clean, comfortable rooms and good, delicious food. We dedicate ourselves to serving your needs with lots of joy and cheer. We welcome you and your family to come stay and share in our love of the great state of Alaska!
            Bed & Breakfast
            1br Bed & Breakfast
            • Pets Allowed
            This is a view cabin near the local airport and midway between McCarthy and the historic Kennicott Mine. The cabin is new construction with propane appliances, one bedroom and full sized couch for a third party. The view from the deck is the best in the area. You will see 16,300 ft Mt Blackburn and the Root Glacier as well as the Kennicott Mine and Pophyry Ridge. You can see wildlife at any time from the deck as you are in the Wrangell St Elias National Park.
            Cabin
            1br Cabin
            • Pets Allowed
            Nestled in the forest near the toe of the Kennicott Glacier, our 5 eco friendly, private log cabins offer a comfortable place to rest after a day of exploring the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The cabins, completed in 2015, were modeled after nearby original trapper cabins. Each cabin has two full size beds, a small kitchen set up with running water, and a drinking water filtration system. The cabins share a shower house with hot water (also considered a luxury in this neck of the woods!), along with an outhouse. Linens, dishware, and towels are all provided. Two bicycles per cabin are available for our guests. We are located in the center of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, along the five mile wagon road connecting McCarthy and Kennicott (3/4 mile from the footbridge and 3/4 mile from McCarthy).
            Cottage
            2br Cottage
            • Parking
            • Wifi
            Beautiful home in the heart of Kennicott, near mill, glacier trails, mine trails, wild life. 2 bedrooms, propane stove, refrigerator, hot water, heat, flush toilet. Solar power to charge cell phones, personal computer. Queen and full size beds, 3 cots available. Many of the original fixtures and furnishings in this 100 year old home. Sit in the screened front porch and listen to the glacier calve. Drive thru Chitina onto 60 miles gravel road, park at pedestrian bridge at end of road. Walk across bridge, shuttle bus to Kennicott. Last shuttle departs footbridge at 7 pm $5 one way. Hostess will meet you on Main Street Kennecott. No AT&T reception, Verizon works great. Cottage is closed mid Sept thru mid May
            Bed & Breakfast
            1br Bed & Breakfast
              The cabin is near the McCarthy airport and midway between McCarthy and the historic Kennicott Mine. We are in the Wrangell Mt. St Elias National Park. The cabin is new construction with internet/computer, propane appliances, tiled bathroom/shower. The views from the deck are the best in the area. You can see 16,300 ft Mt. Blackburn, the historic Kennicott Mine, and Pophyry Ridge. Wildlife viewing off the deck is very common.
              Cabin
              Excellent
              16 reviews
              1br Cabin
              • Parking
              • Pets Allowed
              Welcome to Copper River Retreat The property is located two hundred miles east of Anchorage and 100 miles north of Valdez in the heart of the beautiful Copper River Valley. Copper River Retreat is set in the small community of Copper Center which is accessed by the Glenn and Richardson highways. Copper River Retreat is a special retreat for couples, friends or families. We offer something for those seeking fun and adventure and for those seeking a little rest and relaxation. The cabin is beautiful, rustic Alaskan and was built by the owner using local materials, which includes the use of burl logs. The cabin is a single story unit for easy access and is located in a picturesque, park like setting surrounded by Aspen and Spruce trees on three acres of private property. Burl House is a large one bedroom, one bathroom cabin, including a kitchen/dining area with refrigerator and microwave. The living room has handcrafted built ins, two sofas and a loft. The bedroom has a full size bed. Cabin accommodates up to six people. Copper River Retreat is centrally located near many local activities which include; hiking, wild life viewing, berry picking, photography and fish wheel viewing. There are several guided services also available nearby including; rafting, four wheeling, dog sled rides, jet boat rides and scenic flight seeing. In season we can offer some of the world’s best salmon fishing and hunting. You can find most anything you need within 10 miles of our property at one of the several gas stations, mini markets, museums, gift shops, and restaurants in the area. Within a short driving distance there is an authentic Alaskan Roadhouse, Wrangle St. Elias National Park headquarter complex and the Trans Alaska Pipeline. I would love to be your host and share my forty-five years of Alaska experience with you. I will be onsite to accommodate any guest needs, answer questions and provide ideas of how you too can experience Alaska. Keywords: Cabin
              Cabin
              1br Cabin
              • Pets Allowed
              Nestled in the forest near the toe of the Kennicott Glacier, our 5 eco friendly, private log cabins offer a comfortable place to rest after a day of exploring the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park. The cabins, completed in 2015, were modeled after nearby original trapper cabins. Each cabin has two full size beds, a small kitchen set up with running water, and a drinking water filtration system. The cabins share a shower house with hot water (also considered a luxury in this neck of the woods!), along with an outhouse. Linens, dishware, and towels are all provided. Two bicycles per cabin are available for our guests. We are located in the center of the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, along the five mile wagon road connecting McCarthy and Kennicott (1 mile from the footbridge and 1 mile from McCarthy).