Dining & Meal Service

Roadhouse diningAt Kantishna Roadhouse, meals are a great part of the experience. After a long day of hiking, biking, fishing and fun in Denali National Park, there is nothing better than a fine family-style dinner to bring people closer together.

All Roadhouse meals are prepared with the freshest ingredients possible; in fact, some veggies are grown in our own backyard in our Alaskan-sized greenhouse. Breads and other scrumptious treats are baked fresh daily and we often feature salmon, halibut and cod from Alaskan waters.

All meals and snacks are provided during your stay beginning with dinner on the evening of your arrival and finishing with breakfast on the morning of your departure. The Roadhouse features complete breakfasts, lunches and dinners. For guests going on day hikes, our kitchen prepares nutritious sack lunches for the trail.

Dining roomA beverage station with coffee and tea is open throughout the day and evening and enjoying a mug of tea beside one of our many fireplaces is a treat at any time.

To compliment your meal, the Kantishna Roadhouse has the only full-service saloon in the Denali Park backcountry. The Roadhouse Saloon serves a great selection of fine wines, Alaskan beers, as well as all traditional spirits and libations. (Note: Alcohol is not included in the package price.)

If you or your party requires special dietary needs, we are happy to oblige but we do need to know well in advance of your arrival. Please be sure to explain your precise dietary needs when making your reservation.

The Kantishna Roadhouse is located deep in the heart of Denali National Park in the Historic Kantishna mining district. Guests at the Kantishna Roadhouse will enjoy nights spent in comfortable cabin accommodations, and days spent exploring the wonders of Mt McKinley & Denali Park. Available Denali Park activities include hiking, fishing, biking, dog team presentations, gold panning, and numerous interpretive programs. Since the only access to the Kantishna Roadhouse is the Denali Park Road, which is closed to general traffic, you'll feel like the grandeur of Denali National Park is yours alone to enjoy.


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