Located on 67 acres of sweeping ridge line, Camp Denali reflects the spirit of Alaska with a presiding sense of open space and natural surroundings. Eighteen guest cabins, each distinct, are generously spaced and carefully situated to capture superlative mountain views. Camp Denali was a pioneer in conservation and its history is intertwined with the preservation of Denali National Park.
Each cabin is appointed with traditional amenities including a wood stove, propane lights and burner, and home made quilts. Running water is available beside your cabin, as is a meticulously clean outhouse. Modern shower and bathroom facilities are located near the lodge and dining hall, a three to seven minute walk from your cabin.
Camp Denali wilderness lodge provides a great base for exploring Denali National Park. Combine a land adventure at Camp Denali with an Alaska small ship or active yacht cruise for a complete Alaska experience.
Camp Denali Arrival & Departure
Note that Camp Denali runs on a fixed arrival schedule, with three night stays beginning on Fridays and four night stays beginning on Mondays. Due to fixed arrival and departure schedules, guests often find it useful to secure reservations at Camp Denali before planning the rest of their itinerary. Space is often limited.