Remote, Rustic, and Comfortable
Due to our remote location, there is no radio, television, cell phone service or internet access at the Roadhouse. This is truly your opportunity to un-plug and experience peace and quiet while you explore the Alaskan Wilderness of Denali National Park. Let your friends, family and important business contacts know that you will be “off the grid” for a few days while you immerse yourself in nature!
Large White Spruce logs, harvested from the boreal forests of Interior Alaska, were used to build our lodge and all of our accommodations at the Kantishna Roadhouse. Log cabins are common and very popular in Alaska because they provide both beauty and function. They are easy to heat in the winter and stay cool in the summertime. Log cabins are rustic and simple; and provide a cozy and welcoming retreat. After a day of exploration and adventure or just relaxing at the Roadhouse, your cozy cabin will provide a good night’s sleep.
For guests with special mobility needs, Kantishna Roadhouse has fully accessible cabins outfitted with ramps for easy access. These cabins feature accessible showers and a larger floor plan than our other cabins to make them easier to navigate for guests traveling with a wheelchair or scooter. These cabins are centrally located and are a good choice for guests with limited mobility.
Our spacious grounds allow guests easy access from their cabins to all of the property’s amenities, social and dining areas while maintaining our beautiful Alaskan wilderness setting.
Kantishna Roadhouse aspires to be considerate of the environment. Electricity is produced on-site by a diesel generator, making electricity a precious commodity that must be carefully conserved. As such, electrical appliances such as hair dryers, coffee pots, irons, and electric alarm clocks are not provided in the rooms. Battery operated alarm clocks and hair dryers are available for loan – just ask!