Denali Park Village
How has this lodge rated in the past?
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
- Room service
TravelPod Member ReviewsDenali Park Village Denali National Park and Preserve
Wonderful spot right on the river, nice accommodation, they even mailed back our binoculars that I accidentally left in the room!
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TripAdvisor Reviews Denali Park Village Denali National Park and Preserve
Travel Blogs from Denali National Park and Preserve
Rainy day riding on an old school bus. We saw caribou, moose, bear and many dal sheep. Rustic muddy bathroom stops. Had snacks on the bus. They don't want any food around park to keep the animals in their natural habitat. Unfortunately we were unable to see Mt. Denali because if the clouds. Amazingly Denali only gets about a foot of snow a year and …
Luggage loaded early, then we boarded the Wilderness Express for our scenic ride to Denali in an open dome train car. We enjoyed breakfast of seafood bake and wild blueberry pancakes with birch syrup and reindeer sausage. The power went out and the engine needed to be changed, so we had about an hour delay. We missed the northern lights last night …
I am siting in the wonderful McKinley Chalet Resort in Denali, AK. It is approx 4:00 pm local closing in on 8:00 pm in Ontario. It seems to me that I have 3 days blogs to catch on. on the 3rd, we travelled by bus to Anchorage where we spent one night at the Westmark Anchorage Hotel. We checked in scouted out the town shopped and watched some people salmon fishing. Food casts a small fortune in Alaska. Continental ...
... Perch and as we were unpacking the car, we were told about a moose that was just across the road from our cabin. We couldn't believe our luck - it was right there outside our cabin across the roadway up to The Perch Restaurant. Our first moose and we hadn't even finished unpacking the car. How cool is that!!!
Plenty of mozzies around - we saw a t shirt earlier mentioning that the national bird ...
... flight to Austin, followed by the drive home (Wimberley would be much closer!). Not sure if I'll get anything posted for Monday, but we'll let you know when (if?) we make it back to 6 Windmeadow. The picture with today's blog is from the deck of our room in Healy - it's a beautiful view, but when you've seen what's on the other side of those mountains, the view looks rather ...