Soldotna Cabin Rentals & Lodging: Close to the world famous Kenai River

Each cabin has a full kitchen, full bathroom, and 1-2 bedrooms. Our cabins are comfortable and clean and provide you with the amenities of home. Our Alaska Cabin rentals also include wireless internet, barbecue grills, a communal fire pit for everyone to enjoy, fish freezers, processing room to vacuum seal your fish (.50 cents/bag), and coin laundry.

The perfect Kenai Peninsula Lodging Option

6 cabins nestled on 8.5 acres of old growth forest
  • Located 3 hours south of Anchorage, centrally located in the Soldotna area.
  • Just minutes away from several public fishing locations and local stores and restaurants.
Why stay with us?
  • Nice, clean cabins
  • Our location
  • Our experience
  • Partners we work with
  • And more…

Girdwood View A Frame Rental: Located in Girdwood, Alaska

$195 plus tax per night based on double occupancy
Each additional person is $25 per night

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Locations

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6 cabins rentals are located our Soldotna, Alaska base.

We have also have one small rental available in the resort town of Girdwood/Alyeska.

FAQ

How much does it cost to rent a cabin in Alaska?

A cabin in Alaska can cost anywhere from $25 per night for a remote forest service cabin up to thousands of of dollars per night for a luxurious cabin rental. If you are traveling to the Kenai Peninsula, a cabin like what we offer is around $185 per night for double occupancy. There is usually an area tax added to the price, like the 3% Kenai Peninsula Borough tax for Silvertip Lodge and Cabins.

How far is it to Anchorage, Alaska?

Depending on where you live in the lower 48 your flight to Anchorage, Alaska could be anywhere from 1,435 miles (Seattle) to up to 5,000 miles (Miami). There are direct flights to Anchorage from several major US cities, including Seattle, Denver, Chicago, Honolulu, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Atlanta, & New Jersey. Airlines add additional flights during peak tourist travel times of the summer.

What do Alaska cabin rentals include?

It really depends on what cabin you are going to rent. There is a huge spectrum of what is available in Alaska. Cabins like the forest service offer are dry cabins with a wood stove for heat. You pack in and pack out everything you need to stay there. Usually there is a hike or walk involved in getting to the cabin. Other cabins are more like modern houses and have running water, heat, electricity, bathrooms, kitchens, and internet. Most people traveling on vacation to Alaska end up choosing a cabin rental that is comfortable and has most of the modern amenities like we have at Alaska Silvertip Lodge and Cabins.

Trip Reviews

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" I’ve been fishing the Kenai for about 30 years, and have stayed in all different places over the years, never having a more pleasurable experience. The remote nature of their resort is amazing. Historically Fishing had always been my #1 priority, but my stay here was more relaxing and enjoyable than the more commercial accommodations found in Soldotna. Immaculate cabins and family environment made for a great stay. Looking forward to coming back in 2017."

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" We have been to Silvertip Lodge & Cabins on three occasions now and highly recommend it to our friends and family. Andrea and Jeremy the owners are wonderful, the cabins are clean and are a perfect place to stay. The grounds are great for family or individuals who fish as well as having a firepit area for everyone to gather and enjoy their Alaska experiences. HIGHLY RECOMMEND!!"

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" Life is too short for bad experiences. Silver Tip cabins was the kind of place that makes life worth living — great accommodations, great folks, great surroundings for fishing, eating, history and sight seeing. This is a place to create memories and friends. No worries here, no problems here."

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