Alaska March 15, 2018
Nature Lovers Will Go Crazy For These 7 Cabin Rentals In Alaska
Winter, spring, summer, or fall, whatever the season, nature gives us the gifts of miraculous wildlife and breathtaking scenery…you just have to find the right place to enjoy it. These seven cabin rentals in Alaska are the perfect spots to enjoy nature at its finest. Lets take a closer look:
1. Quaint Log Cabin, Fairbanks
Located just five minutes away from downtown Fairbanks, this quaint log cabin can sleep up to four. It has a kitchen for preparing meals, sitting area, deck with stunning views, and more. Enjoy staying in the rustic setting while you explore the area with friends or family.
You will have a good chance of viewing the Northern Lights from this spot. In addition, migrating wildlife through the area will be quite a treat for all nature lovers. For more information and rates visit
2. Alyeska Hideaway Log Cabins, Girdwood
With three cabins to choose from at Alyeska Hideaway Log Cabins, one is bound to suit you. Girdwood is home to a ski resort which is a wonderland playground during the snowy times of the year.
Nearby there are access to all kinds of outdoor activities. Hiking, kayaking, fishing, and rafting are only a few adventures that you can take in the area. These log cabin rentals are perfect for nature enthusiasts that love exploring the outdoors. For more information and to view rates visit
3. Cabins at Montana Creek, Talkeetna
This single room cabin with two beds comfortably sleeps three. Its a dry cabin that sits stream side surrounded by beautiful trees. The relaxing sound of the water flowing by will put you at ease right away.
From mid July to mid September spectate as salmon migrate and spawn in the stream. This is a salmon sanctuary area, so no fishing those beauties, but there are plenty of other fish to be caught at this lovely location. For more information and rates visit
4. Farm Cabin, Steele Creek Valley
This little cottage on Artic Roots Farm sleeps three and is just a short ten minute drive to downtown Fairbanks. Because the cabin is located on a working farm, you are welcome to visit the many animals including yaks, horses, goats, sheep, chickens, geese, and ducks.
The sunsets are gorgeous and often views will include Alaskan wildlife. There are snowshoeing, cross country skiing, and hiking trails right on the property for you to explore. You are welcome to roam around the 75 acre farm and take in all the sights and sounds. For more information and to view rates visit
5. Beach Fishing Cabin, Denali National Park
Located in Denali National Park right on a lake, this cabin has amazing water and mountain views. The one bedroom spot sleeps two and has a full kitchen and bath with running water. It is Denali's first solar powered cabin.
The lake provides opportunities for kayaking and fishing in the summer and skating during the colder months. Only the wildlife including moose, owls, beavers and fish will be your neighbors at this remote spot. Enjoy the views, nature, solitude at this stunning location. For more information and to view rates visit
6. Nautique Sky Cabin, Fairbanks
This cabin on the hillside is located 30 miles north of Fairbanks. It has one bedroom but can sleep up to four guests using the queen size futon downstairs and the queen bed in the upstairs loft. The cabin has no running water or electricity, but primitive propane lamps and wood stove keep the place warm and cozy.
View the spectacular Aurora from the wood burning hot tub outside. Other wintertime activities include dog sledding tours offered on site, cross-country skiing, snow-machining, winter biking, and snowshoeing. Warmer months provide the opportunity to fish, hike, or float at the nearby Chatanika River. For more information and to view rates visit
7. Grizzly Ridge River Cabins, Cooper Landing
This two bedroom cabin with five beds can accommodate up to six guests, making it the perfect place for a family getaway. Bring the kids and even the kids' friends for a stay in gorgeous surroundings in a cozy location. The unit also has a full kitchen and bathroom with running water. There are other cabins available to rent at this location as well.
Incredible views are at the top of the list of what makes these cabin rentals so appealing. Also in the area is hiking, gold panning, and horseback riding. For your convenience there is a small store, deli, and gas station on the property. For more information and to view rates visit
Which one of these cabin rentals do you think you’d like to visit? Who would you take with you? Let us know in the comments section below.
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