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You can expect clean, comfortable and well-appointed accommodations at Chelatna Lake Lodge . The lodging borders on “Alaska luxury” considering our remote fly-in location. We have deluxe Justus Cedar two-bedroom and two bathroom chalets, an impressive main lodge and dining room, a separate lodge for recreating, and a lakeside wood-fired hot tub and sauna, all facing one of the most outstanding views that Denali National Park provides.

  • (16) Guests Maximum
  • Choice of King Bed or 2 Twin Beds in each room
  • Remote & Quiet Location
  • Hot Tub
  • Sauna
  • 3 Meals a Day 
  • Starlink WiFi 
  • Fire Pit
  • Large Deck

The Chalets

Imagine staying in a beautiful chalet with a large glassed-in prow front living room and spacious deck. Each chalet is situated lakeside, allowing for spectacular views of the lake and surrounding mountains. The chalets all have two bedrooms and two private bathrooms, wall-to-wall carpeting, gas heat, 24-hour electricity and all the hot water you’ll need to ensure your total comfort, just perfect for relaxing in the "Land of the Midnight Sun."

The Main Lodge

Our main building overlooks the glacially fed waters of the Chelatna Lake with awe inspiring views of the Alaska Range. It’s the perfect place for relaxing with other guests, swapping adventure stories, all while enjoying deliciously prepared appetizers and meals from our renowned chef.

Fine Dining

The dining experience cannot be overlooked. The room atmosphere is relaxed and sumptuous all at the same time. Meals are brought directly to your table by our friendly staff, as you sit and relax and enjoy panoramic views from every seat. Hearty delicious meals, specially prepared by our expert chef are presented daily with home baked breads and desserts and the freshest of ingredients. If you’re lucky, he might even add locally picked blueberries to your breakfast or desert.

The Old Lodge

The “Old Lodge” is used as a meeting point for our daily adventures. Inside the old lodge, we have a selection of gear to outfit our guests so that they are comfortable no matter the weather. 

Additionally, a charming 1930’s Alaska hand hew log cabin is another place for taking it easy after a hard-day’s playing. This vintage building is properly outfitted with a wood stove, a fly-tying table, television, books, movies, cozy couches, and games. 

Nearby, a wood-fired sauna and hot tub at the water’s edge helps work out the kinks after an active day of adventures. If you are feeling on the extra warm side and maybe a little bit bold, perhaps a jump in the lake to cool down.