Denali National Park & Preserve

Denali National Park & Preserve

Lodging & Dining

The only lodging in the park is in Kantishna, 90 miles from the entrance. These privately-run facilities are open from early June through mid-September.

The Morino Grill food court, located across from the Denali Visitor Center, serves hot meals and grab-and-go items. The Wilderness Access Center houses a coffee shop that sells to-go items. For backcountry supplies, stop by the Riley Creek Mercantile, a full-service camper convenience store.

Most lodging and dining options are just outside the park along the Parks Highway and in local communities. Options include Denali Park Resorts: (800) 276-7234,; and Princess Lodges: (800) 426-0500,

For more information, contact the Denali Chamber of Commerce: P.O. Box 437, Healy, AK 99743; (907) 683-4636;

Denali Backcountry Lodge

Stay in one of 42 cedar cabins that offer private baths and individual climate control. At the nearby lodge you’ll find hearty food and numerous activities.

Hot breakfast is served buffet-style. Evening dinners are served family-style in the lodge.

For more information call (877) 233-6254 or (907) 376-1992 or visit

Camp Denali and North Face Lodge

This lodging facility offers multi-day packages in cabins or at the lodge. Both offer outdoor activities.

Breakfast is served buffet-style or á la carte. Pack your lunch using a selection of sandwich fixings and healthy snacks, and enjoy a freshly-made dinner each evening. The lodge owners are committed to fresh food, which is harvested regularly from a greenhouse.

For more information call (907) 683-2290 or visit

Skyline Lodge

This small, solar-powered lodge accommodates up to 8 to 10 guests in four comfortable rooms.

A continental, self-serve breakfast is included in the cost of your stay. Dinner is served family-style. Lunch is self-service either to pack for the day or eat at the lodge.

For more information call (907) 644-8222 or visit

Kantishna Roadhouse

These cozy cabins have private bathrooms, showers and climate controls. The main building offers an activities desk, Alaskan library, dining room and saloon. Accessible facilities are available.

Meals are prepared with fresh vegetables and house-made breads. Bagged lunches are available.

For more information call (800) 942-7420 or visit