We recommend that our guests rent a car while staying with us. We unfortunately do not have a shuttle service. Most of the major car rental companies have facilities at Fairbanks International Airport. In the winter, roads are kept clear of snow, and our driveway is plowed. However, if guests don’t have winter driving experience, we recommend renting a car with All-Wheel Drive (AWD).
If renting a car is not a possibility, guests can take a RideShare service to the Lodge. A ride from Fairbanks International ranges from $35-50, and from downtown Fairbanks $20-35.
We can make dinner for our guests, with advance notice. Please email us for a menu, if you would like to add dinner service to your reservation.
In the Main Lodge we do not have a kitchen for guest use, but there is a refrigerator and microwave for guests in the dining area. However, the Log House, the Spruce House and the Cottage have full kitchens.
Yes, we have free WiFi available. Wireless phone receptions are at 4G LTE speeds. There is also a computer and printer in the main dining room available for guest use.
Yes, we can arrange all of that. Just give us a call in advance.
We are about a 20-25 minute drive from the Fairbanks airport, and a 15 minute drive from downtown.
Check in is at 3:00pm. Check out is at 11:00am.
Normally, we get our first snow that “sticks” in October. Sled dog tours typically begin in November, depending on snowfall and trail condition.
Yes, we have cold weather gear for our guests to rent. Our outfits include snow boots, snow pants, and a parka, for $15 a day. If you are looking to buy winter gear in Fairbanks, we have several outdoor stores. Or, if you are not looking to not spend a lot of money, try Value Village or The Salvation Army when you arrive in Fairbanks. Both thrift stores have a large selection of outdoor gear, for travelers on a budget.
Yes, the West Wing Family suite is handicap accessible.
We don’t have a washer and dryer for guests to use themselves, but we can do laundry for you for $10 a load.