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Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge

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Located only one mile from the Park's entrance, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the premium riverside accommodation in the area.

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Located just one mile from Alaska's Denali National Park entrance, the Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge overlooks the Nenana River and is an ideal spot to take in the scenic landscape.


You haven't fully experienced Alaska unless you've been to Denali National Park. Its boundaries encompass an amazing six million acres — the size of the state of Massachusetts. Home to Mt. McKinley, North America's highest peak towering an unbelievable 20,320 feet in the sky, the Park hosts an array of wildlife — from moose, caribou, Dall sheep and grizzly bears to gray wolves and red foxes.

Enjoy spirits, appetizers and casual fare on the river view deck or inside at the Base Camp Bistro. Try King Salmon Restaurant for delicious, Alaskan cuisine and panoramic views. Or, hang with the locals at Lynx Creek Pizza and Pub and indulge in a huge pizza and pint of our very own Denali Red micro brew.

For those who are on the go, we have Rapids Morning Express and River Run Espresso offering espresso and coffee, cinnamon rolls and a variety of grab and go items. And be sure to experience the Music of Denali -- a dinner theatre featuring a hearty Alaskan meal and a rollicking musical comedy that recounts the first ascent of Mt. McKinley. No Alaska lodge experience is complete without some authentic cuisine and entertainment.

Princess professionals at the Tour Desk are available to arrange a tour into the Park for a glimpse of its impressive ecosystem -- ask for the Tundra Wilderness Tour or Natural History Tour. Or perhaps you'd like to go river rafting, learn about the sport of sled dog racing from Iditarod® musher Jeff King or take a flight via airplane or helicopter for a unique perspective of this immense wilderness preserve. We also provide shuttle service hourly from 7 am to 7 pm between the lodge and the Denali National Park Visitors Center, the Wilderness Access Center and Horseshoe Lake for $10 roundtrip per person. After a day of adventure, return to your cozy wilderness lodge for some peaceful Alaska sleep.

Princess Rail Tours combine the thrill of traveling aboard luxurious rail cars with one or more nights at Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge, just one mile from the restricted entrance to Denali National Park. Sit back and relax as you journey through Alaska's scenic wilderness on your way to the lodge. Riding the rails allows you to relax and truly see the Great Land, while we take care of the logistics.