Dawson City and Klondike 165 miles, Fairbanks, most northern city on the American continent 200 Miles, Valdez, end of Alaska Oil Pipeline 185 miles, Mt McKinley highest peak in North American 350 miles. Operations are year round, and can include excursions of hiking around the property, exploring the area around Tok, hiking, canoeing, horseback riding in the summer, and dogsled rides and viewing of the Northern Lights in the winter.
Our Main house is an eclectic structure, derived from the original cabin built years ago. The interior features exposed beams, wood floors, and a central wood stove. Upon walking into the main rooms, the original furnishings, bright accessories, such as stained glass items, original paintings and colorful photographs catch your eye. A uniquely refurbished piano and a knotty wood table encourage conversations from the breakfast nook. Here you can experience the feeling of the wooded fort, yet, with the comfort of beds fluffed with Goose down, the softest sheets possible, and classic touches around the breakfast table.
Present Capacity is six to seven with a room that can accommodate up to three, a window bed, and a cabin across the lawn, that can sleep two or three. The bathroom for the entire existing guest quarters is in the main house, and is easily accessed.
Policies & Restrictions
Limited smoking areas, children and pets allowed.
Rates & Availability
$50 - $95 depending on season and length of stay.
4.5 miles west of Tok intersection in the direction of Fairbanks, mile 1318.5 AK Highway. Watch for signs.
Depending on season, length of stay and number in party.