EarthSong Lodge provides an opportunity for Denali Park visitors to have a unique, authentic place to stay overnight while visiting the National Park. Located four miles out Stampede Road (from "Into The Wild" fame), EarthSong is above treeline on open tundra, with unobstructed views of the Alaska Range. It's the perfect spot for guests who wish for a quiet, spectacular place to sleep, and have accommodations that are more than just a bed and bathroom. Log cabins are well-apportioned and have modern conveniences, spaced for privacy. On-site guests can enjoy some extra amenities, such as our coffeehouse, evening slide presentations, and our very popular daily sled dog kennel tours where you can see some of the dogs that we use to guide guests deep into the park in the winter months. EarthSong is for the visitor that wants just a bit more from their visit.
Two-Bedroom cabins have two small bedrooms, living room, and bathroom. One bedroom has a queen bed, other bedroom has a raised double bed with twin trundle underneath. Living room has a double sleeper sofa. This cabin is the best option for families of five or couples traveling together. Cabin has a private porch overlooking the Alaska Range. Each cabin has bathroom with modern facilities, individual hot water heater, nice towels, extra pillows, and more to make your stay comfortable. Cabins are also insulated and heated for the cooler nights. All cabins have either private or shared porches. While there are no cooking facilities in the cabins, there is a shared kiosk where guests have access to fridge and microwave. Most cabins are log, all hand-built and unique, and have nice mix of authentic and comfort, with a high level of cleanliness. Daily housekeeping service available.