Hart D Ranch is located on the Nabesna Road 1/2 mile from the junction of the Glenn Highway #!, know as the Tok Cut-Off section of the Glenn Highway . The Nabesna Road is the northern entrancse to Wrangell St. Elias National Park. It is a 26 million acre World Heritage Site and Alaska's largest Nation Park consisting of 13.2 million acres. Ranch is facing Mt. Sanford at 16,237 feet and just beyond the Park Visitors Center. On the south side of the road is the famous Copper River where it first meets the highway from its head. Fish wheels can be viewed during June and July.
HART D has beautifully decorated rooms and landscaped RV parking with full services.
Room service food available
Policies & Restrictions
Interior of facility is non-smoking
Business, State, Federal and tour group discounts available.
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Hart D Ranch is the business and long time home of Alaskan resident and Bronze Sculptor, Mary Frances DeHart. The Gallery displays bronze sculpture, prints, photos and embroidery items for sale.
Mary Frances is also the breeder of a unique, rare German dog, the Affenpinscher and often has AKC pups for show and pet.
HART D RANCH complex is in the "heart" of the Wrangell Mountaions and the entrance to USA's largest National Park, Wrangell St. Elias which is also the ONLY World Heritage Site in Alaska. The Ranch provides a beautifully decoated B&B Lodge facility and groomed RV Park perfect for an evening of relaxation after a day's activity in the park.
HART D can be your base for photography, exploring, fishing, bicycling, and winter activities in the Park. It is a short hike to view operational fish wheels in the nearby Copper River during June and July.
|28||149||summer rv and room|
|summer rv parking||$28||$38||as per services needed|
|summer room rates||$149||per couple with continental breakfast|
|state,federal and business rates available||year around|
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