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Yentna Station Roadhouse

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Mile 18 Yentna River, Wasilla, AK 99677
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#5 of 9 Specialty lodging in Wasilla
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Yentna Station is a rustic semi-remote Alaska Salmon Fishing Lodge, located on the Yentna River ~40 miles from the nearest road. You can't get there by car; depending on the season the options are boat, snowmachine, bush plane, or dogsled. The rustic rural lodge is open year round to support the myriad winter and summer recreation activities that the Alaskan wilderness offers. To that end, our services include a bed & breakfast, cabins that can be rented nightly or weekly, a restaurant, vehicle fueling station, boat/snowmachine repairs, telephone and emergency services.Lodging includes simple bedrooms inside the main lodge, or cabin space for additional privacy. Hot running water (uncommon in the bush), electricity, TV, internet via satellite for those that wish to stay connected, and indoor facilities / outdoor traditional outhouse complete the package.Alaska's Yentna Station Roadhouse is family owned, operated, and oriented, so children are always welcome. We hope you will visit us.
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AKTJMiller wrote a review Mar 2017
Anchorage, Alaska, United States50 contributions13 helpful votes
Jean and Dan were very hospitable, took us in an extra night after rough conditions experienced. Bunkhouse served the purpose of roof and heat. Jean cooked delicious meal for us twice. Great place in the middle of nowhere.
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Date of stay: March 2017
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Andrew G wrote a review Aug 2016
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Stopped there to buy gas on the way down the Yentna mid July. BS'd with Dan for a bit, talked to his son while he pumped my gas. Bought two sodas while I was there. It's pretty much a snapshot of what old school Alaska was. Worth a stop if you need to dry out or warm up.
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Date of stay: July 2016
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GGTT72 wrote a review Mar 2015
Florence, Italy47 contributions16 helpful votes
We stopped for some food and drinks along our sleddog training camping trip When u get there they let u be part of their family. They cook for u and sit having dinner with you. Food is simply great Cozy and warm place You can even sleep in few rooms
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Date of stay: March 2015Trip type: Traveled with friends
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Jlee7575 wrote a review Mar 2014
Denver, Colorado, United States138 contributions58 helpful votes
We stopped at the Yentna Station a couple days before the Iditarod launched so there was a buzz in the air and they were gearing up for their busy time when we stopped in. We arrived via plane and landed on the frozen river. After we deplaned, a snowmobile with a rough wooden sled tied behind it picked us up and brought us to the Roadhouse. It’s solar powered and also has a generator for busy times such as these. They serve a few meals in the common dining room and also have a few choices for beer. Coffee is always free and it sits in a metal thermos on the counter--help yourself. They have some cabins for rent and a few rooms inside the lodge as well. Pure Alaska. Very much enjoyed it. It's very rustic-- the bed and breakfast rooms are inside the Lodge--kind of like "upstairs at the parent's house" and the cabins are wooden, rustic, small wooden, basic cabins outside the lodge.
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Date of stay: March 2014
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Frequently Asked Questions about Yentna Station Roadhouse
What are some of the property amenities at Yentna Station Roadhouse?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and free parking.
What food & drink options are available at Yentna Station Roadhouse?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant and a lounge during their stay.
Is parking available at Yentna Station Roadhouse?
Yes, free parking is available to guests.
Are pets allowed at Yentna Station Roadhouse?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.