January 5, 2024

The Cabins at Kenai Riverside Lodge

Our original log lodge, Kenai Riverside Lodge, and accompanying guest cabins are situated right on the banks of the turquoise Kenai River in Cooper Landing, Alaska. The lodge and cabins are surrounded by snow-capped mountains, and the property is in close proximity to Chugach National Forest (the nation’s second-largest national forest) and Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.

Chairs and deck overlooking Kenai River

The sixteen guest cabins are tucked into the trees surrounding the main lodge and are styled after the rustic charm of historical Alaskan pioneer cabins, with the modern upgrades of heat, electric lights, private bathrooms and comfortable beds. Each cabin can accommodate up to four people, and each cabin also features a private porch with Adirondack chairs for relaxing after a fun-filled day hiking in the mountains, or rafting or fishing out on the river.

Scenic Chugach Mountains

The authentically Alaskan ambience permeates this property, from the expansive riverside deck with rocking chairs and a fire-pit to the wood-fired sauna. Just steps from the main lodge and cabins is a self-guided nature path through native fauna with interpretive signs.

Outside view of cabin at Kenai Riverside Lodge

Our original Riverside cabins come standard with every stay at Kenai Riverside Lodge and Kenai Riverside Fishing package. Stays at this lodge can also be combined with visits to our other two remote wilderness lodges for a full experience of riverside, lakeside and seacoast Alaska.

More information about the Chugach National Forest near the cabins at Kenai Riverside Lodge can be found on the U.S. Forest Service website. More information about Kenai National Wildlife Refuge can be found on the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service website.