Lake Front Cabin South End of Denali Nat. Park

Remote Alaska at it's finest
Remote Alaska at it's finestA beautiful summers eveSide view before landscapingMain floor living & dining areaFully equipped bright and cheery kitchenLake side master bedroom with black out blindssecond bedroom with 2 Queen bedsbasement area is available for larger 6-8 groupsSpring views of Cow moose with twinslakeside court yard with fire pitTypical Denali views on drive up from AnchorageWinter Views from Petersville and Jurassic Road on drive in to cabinWinter views of DenaliWinter northern lights no light pollution 12 miles off grid
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From $133 / night

37102 South Oilwell Road, Trapper Creek, AK 99688
Lake Front Cabin South End of Denali Nat. Park
2 bedrooms
8 guests
Varies min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 2
Bathrooms: 1.5
Sleeps: 8
Type: Cabin
Per night: $150 - $205
Per week: $995 - $1,380
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Trapper Creek vacation cabin rental
Newer Lake Front Cabin: Fully equipped for your Ultimate Alaskan Experience -
This outstanding property is located near the Southern Edge of Denali National Park, which is 114 miles North of Anchorage. The area boasts some of the best scenery in the interior of Alaska, as well as arguably, the best snow machining in the world. This beautiful cabin is fully furnished with everything you will need for your lakeside vacation, including linens, kitchen appliances, dishes, range/oven, gas BBQ, microwave, flat screen TV with DVD... So reserve your getaway today!

-A large deck overlooks the lake with view of Mt. McKinley.
-Two bedrooms - one with two queen beds, the other with one queen bed overlooking the lake.
-In the summer, there is a dock with canoe, kayak and paddle boat. (Six adult life vests), Some boating skill necessary for kayak and canoe use.
-A wide, gently sloping path for snow machines leads directly from the large multi-car, RV parking area down to the lake.
-Wooded areas surround the property.
-Large birch and evergreen trees enhance the enjoyment of this peaceful setting.
-A huge steel outdoor fire-pit near the waters edge allows a large or small group to spend a warm evening outdoors.

NOTE: For an additional fee there is a first floor family room with an additional kitchen and a larger flat panel TV/surround sound theater area, along with a full bathroom with shower. The rental of the family room increases the occupancy capacity by two, for a total of eight, 8 guests.

Thomas Hardwick

Area Information
A fleet of Mountain Bikes are available for your use during your stay helmet's are encouraged on the gravel road there is no fee for their use. Fire wood is provided.

About the owner

Owner Profile

Thomas Hardwick

Thomas Hardwick

Thomas Hardwick



Begins Ends Week
Weekly Monthly Min
Sep 30 2016 Apr 30 2017 $150 - $995 $3,990 2 Nights
May 01 2017 Jul 31 2017 $205 - $1,380 $5,250 3 Nights
Check In: 4 p.m. Check Out: 11 a.m.
Lodging tax: 5%
Deposits: Refundable Damage Deposit $200
Payment Options: Mastercard, PayPal, Visa
Other Fees: Rates are subject to change until confirmed and paid. There is a $75.00 Cleaning & Check in-out fee plus 5% bed tax. 100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date.

Reviews (1)

Reviews for this vacation cabin rental in Trapper Creek, Alaska

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1 review
Joseph Fisher

Great cabin, very peacful

Joseph Fisher

Kenai, AK

Great cabin, very peacful

October 5, 2015

We stayed at the cabin for two nights and had a very relaxing stay.

Thomas Hardwick

Owner's reply:

Thanks for your visit. I love to see other Alaskans out enjoying our beautiful state!

Owner Supplied Testimonials

We are happy to welcome you and your friends to our little piece of Heaven we call Amber Cove we are 11 miles off grid on a borough maintained road it is a little drive in but the solitude and scenery always refreshes my spirit to away from the City and its noise. The 2.5 mile long lake offers year round fun and activities for you and your guests.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Denali Park entrance is how far away?
A: If its open it is a good 2.5 hours drive or with traffic up to 3 hours
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