Tours, Activities & Transportation
Featuring spectacular mountain views and breathtaking scenery of Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge is the ideal location for your next Alaska stay! Located at the gateway to Wrangell-St. Elias Park. Perched on a bluff overlooking America’s largest national park, this majestic lodge features restaurants, a walking trail, tour desk and espresso bar. Featuring spectacular mountain views and breathtaking scenery of Wrangell–St. Elias National Park, the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge is situated on 200 acres at the junction of the Klutina and Copper Rivers. This premier Princess Alaska Lodge features 85 rooms and suites with either mountain or forest views; a two-level dining area with excellent mountain and valley vistas; and the focal point of the Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge, the Wrangell Room, which boasts a staircase that takes you to the mezzanine level where you can relax and enjoy the majestic scenery provided by a two story wall of windows. Located four miles from the Wrangell-St. Elias National Park visitor’s center, this is a true wilderness retreat offering a host of outdoor activities to explore the area.
Located one mile from the entrance to Denali National Park, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the ideal spot to relax and savor the exquisite Denali landscape. Located 1 mile from entrance to Denali Nat’l Park. With panoramic views of the park and the Nenana River, this lodge offers fine and casual dining, a tour desk, hot tubs, and visitors center shuttle. Located only one mile from the Denali National Park and Preserve entrance, Denali Princess Wilderness Lodge is the premium riverside accommodation in the area. An expansive deck overlooks Denali National Park and the Nenana River and is the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends and savor the exquisite landscape. With a selection of fine and casual dining establishments on property, your Alaska vacation will not be complete without sampling some of our authentic Alaska cuisine. Outdoor hot tubs afford commanding views of the Park and River while you relax and indulge in a soothing soak. Visit our tour desk to book an exhilarating flight to the face of Mt. McKinley or a raft trip down the Nenana River. Whatever your pleasure, a stay at this lodge will complete your vacation experience!
Conveniently located on the banks of the Chena River, the Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge is the ideal hotel for your stay in the Golden Heart City! Located on the banks of the Chena River. Riverside lodge with upscale and casual dining, large riverside deck, complimentary Wi-Fi, tour desk, espresso bar and gift shop. Conveniently located on the Chena River’s edge in the interior of Alaska, the Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge is a haven of warm service and exceptional comfort. Experience authentic Alaska cuisine in one of our fine or casual dining venues. After, enjoy a drink and conversation on the terraced deck that extends to the water’s edge. If adventure is what you’re after visit our tour desk where helpful hosts can assist in planning a fun-filled day of excursions. With beautifully landscaped grounds and comfortable, inviting rooms, the Fairbanks Princess Riverside Lodge is a perfect choice for your Fairbanks accommodations. Ideally located just minutes from the Fairbanks International Airport and Alaska Railroad depot.
Beautiful Homer Alaska is located on the southwestern Kenai Peninsula on the north shore of Kachemak Bay; 226 miles by highway or 40 minutes by jet aircraft from Anchorage.
Overlooking the Kenai River, the Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge offers the serenity of a wilderness retreat and the thrill of Alaskan adventure. Deluxe accommodations amidst mountain and river vistas. Cozy bungalows with private porches and wood stoves. Casual and upscale dining, lounge and tour desk. Each of the bungalow-style rooms at Kenai Princess Wilderness Lodge has been designed for the utmost in comfort and relaxation. Vaulted ceilings, cozy sitting areas with wood-burning stoves and private porches help make any occasion memorable. The main lodge is as inviting as the guest rooms. The lobby has vaulted ceilings and a fireplace for relaxing and visiting with friends. Just beyond the lobby is an expansive deck, optimal for viewing the spectacular scenery and the bright blue waters of the Kenai River just below. Enjoy spirits and casual fare outdoors or inside at Rafter’s Lounge, or visit the Eagles Crest Restaurant where the magnificent views, stone fireplace and tempting cuisine make dining an unforgettable event. Our Wilderness Lodge will make you feel right at home!
Located south of Denali National Park, Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge is a true wilderness retreat with a host of recreational activities and exceptional amenities. Bordering the south side of Denali National Park. Near the Chulitna River, the lodge features a breathtaking view of Mt. McKinley. Tour desk, restaurants, fire pits, shuttle service to Talkeetna. From the moment you arrive at Mt. McKinley Princess Wilderness Lodge in Denali State Park, you know you’re somewhere special. Located south of the National Park, this lodge is a true wilderness retreat with a host of recreational activities, amenities and awesome views of Mt. McKinley. Plan a day trip into Talkeetna on our daily shuttle service for only $10 roundtrip or relax on the deck at the lodge after a walk on one of our hiking trails. Each of the guest rooms is nestled peacefully on a hillside in this wilderness getaway. In the main lodge, visit “The Great Room”, an irresistible haven with an impressive stone fireplace. The Great Room features floor-to-ceiling windows that look out on Mt. McKinley. Your lodge experience isn’t complete until you’ve gazed on this scenic expanse!
Visit the sheer, awesome face of a mighty Alaska glacier located just an hour from Anchorage. Gray Line of Alaska’s Portage Glacier Cruise is an exhilarating, fully narrated tour aboard the mv Ptarmigan on Portage Lake. You’ll stand just 300 yards from a relic of the Ice Age, watching as it ‘calves’ large pieces of ice into the waters below.