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Denali Park Area  
 
Healy Heights Family Cabins AAA rated private cabins near Denali National Park.
 
RidgeTop Cabins New private cabins with a beautiful, quiet view.
 
Denali Grizzly Bear Cabins Unique cabins, hotel rooms, and camping in a wooded setting across the river from Denali National Park.
 
EarthSong Lodge Premier summer accommodations and winter dogsledding adventure retreat. Let us plan your Denali Park wilderness adventure.
 
Carlo Creek Lodge Private and shared bath cabins in Denali National Park, Alaska.
 
Denali Outdoor Center Denali's premier outfitter for rafting, kayaking and mountain biking adventures. Professionally guided rafting and kayaking excursions on the Nenana.
 
Cantwell RV Park Restrooms, showers, handicapped accessible RV parking & campground.
 
Park's Edge Cabins Comfortable log cabin accommodations near Denali Park with magnificent views of the foothills of the Alaska Range. Cabins sleep 2-6 people.
 
Adventure Denali Best rainbow trout fishing in Alaska! Half day to multi day trips. Beautiful lakeside log cabins for rent. Open year around.
 
Denali Outdoor Center Cabins Denali Outdoor Center (D.O.C.) now offers economy cabin and camping accommodations at our premier property on the shores of Otto Lake.
 
Denali Mountain Morning Hostel Hostel & Cabins on Carlo Creek 13 miles south of Denali Park entrance. Private Log Cabins, dormitories and tents. Free Shuttle and Low Prices.
 
 

Alaska's Interior is a vast region which contains some of the state's most impressive natural wonders. The mighty Yukon, Alaska's longest river, flows 1,875 miles from the historic Klondike to the Bering Sea and courses through the middle of the region. Located in Denali National Park and Preserve, majestic Mount McKinley's 20,320-foot peak dominates the region's southern landscape. The 6-million-acre national park contains North America's largest mountain, along with 37 species of animals and 155 species of birds. The George Parks Highway and the Alaska Railroad link Fairbanks with Denali National Park and Anchorage.

The aurora borealis or "northern lights" may be seen from late August through April. Alaska natives believed they saw the souls of their ancestors in these shimmering bands of lights. Turn of the century gold rush prospectors believed the colors were rising fro the Mother Lode. Mystical and unpredictable, these sheets of light inspire lasting Alaska memories. Along with the aurora borealis, the nearby bubbling mineral waters at Manley, Circle, and Chena Hot Springs are enjoyed by visitors year round. Winter brings many visitors to these locations where they can enjoy the springs, the aurora borealis, as well as cross country skiing, snowmachining, dog sledding and a host of other adventures. Where else could one find such a wonderful combination of wintertime activities?

 
 
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