Your privacy is very important to us. We do not give out personal information or resell this information to third parties, and you will be contacted ONLY by us. You can choose to fill out only the information you wish to provide; however, we do need your name and ask that you provide either an email address or a phone number so that we can respond to your request.
To request more information, fill out the form below. Please be sure to provide us your complete mailing address so we can send you a brochure. Check all below that you are interested in.
NOTE: Cabin Rentals: If you are renting a cabin, please provide the names of three choices you have in mind (note the number of people your cabin will accommodate, because we do not provide rollaways). RV Site Rentals: If you are reserving an RV Site, please provide the overall length of your vehicle, number of people, and if you desire an electric/water hookup or a dry site (sorry, no pull-throughs or sewer hookups). Tent Sites: are on the river are 'walk-in' sites, vehicle parking is nearby.
Payment in full (including tax) is required to hold and confirm your reservation. We can take a VISA, Mastercard, or Discover credit card over the phone or by mail. We need the name as it appears on the credit card, the number and the expiration date. Please include the cabin name and the dates reserved with your deposit. A confirmation will be mailed back to you upon receipt of your deposit. No reservations accepted without payment.
Prior to Arrival: 60 or more days – $32.00 Service Fee; 59 to 6 days – 20% Service Fee (on Total Amount Canceled) $32.00 Minimum; 5 days or Less – NO REFUNDS. Cancellation policy may vary for wholesalers and large tour groups. We highly recommend visitors purchase Travel Insurance to cover unexpected medical, accidents, natural disasters and pandemic disruptions.
RESERVATION OFFICE: 1-866-583-2696
(Sept. 15- May 15)
Monday - Friday (Alaska Time):
9am-1pm | 2pm-5pm
Summer Contact: (May 16 - Sept. 14)
9am - 9pm Alaska Time
Beavers play a huge role in the natural ecosystem, controlling water flow and creating ponds. Beavers build dams across a stream. Water backs up behind the dam making a pond. The pond not only becomes a home for fish but also for ducks, swans and geese. Of course, beavers also stay in their pond. They live in lodges. Lodges are made from branches and mud, just like their dams. The lodge is either in the middle of the pond or on the shore of a lake. Sometimes you see beaver lodges along the banks of a river.