Since 1952, and after three generations of family ownership, Camp Denali continues to provide guests with active learning experiences and authentic Alaskan hospitality in the wilderness heart of Denali National Park. Nineteen tastefully appointed, rusticly elegant guest cabins and daily naturalist-led hikes immerse you in the wilderness and wildlife of the park’s magnificent sub-arctic landscapes, a UNESCO Biosphere Reserve.
"Family owned and operated and situated about a mile apart from each other, Camp Denali is more than deserving of bragging rights: They’re part of less than a handful of accommodations inside Denali National Park and Preserve with prime views of America’s highest peak."
"I had awoken at Camp Denali before dawn to see an unearthly pink glow light up the sharpened peaks. What it did offer was the rare luxury of silence, of stillness, of shockingly clear views of the snowcaps
Since 1952, Camp Denali has been providing guests
with active learning experiences and authentic Alaskan hospitality
in the wilderness heart of Denali National Park.
Denali National Park, Alaska
$1250/p/n; 3-night minimum
+ $600/p flight
& Fairbanks (FAI)
Rustically elegant cabins with views of Denali and adjacent peaks of the Alaska Range mountains.
Camp Denali is the sole historic operator for naturalist-guided hiking in the wilderness of
Denali National Park.
Camp Denali has harnessed the benefits of renewable energy for most of its history. From its first hydroelectric system, developed in 1981, to subsequent passive-solar hot water and a new 90 Kilowatt photovoltaic system, Camp Denali now sources nearly all of its electrical energy needs from the sun. In addition, Camp Denali helps guests offset their carbon emissions by partnering with the Fairbanks Climate Action Coalition, donating to their Carbon Reduction Fund.
Camp Denali, nestled at the 89-mile marker in Denali National Park will reopen June 3 to adventure travelers eager to access Denali’s backcountry. While the park’s road remains closed until 2027 at mile 43, Camp Denali will welcome guests back by offering fly-in access which includes a flightseeing tour of Denali along the spine of the Alaska Range, over glaciers, and alongside Denali’s massive north face before landing at Camp Denali.