Chalet Contents
Check In/Out
Fishing Information
Excursion Booking

Contact us at [email protected] with any other questions.



Chalets have Satellite TV/DVD, Cell and WI-FI Internet service.
The chalets all are the same quality and each contain the following amenities:

  • Fully equipped
    kitchens, just bring your food.  We provide tableware, cooking utensils, coffee
    maker, mixer, blender, stock pot, baking pans, waffle iron, colander,
    rice cooker, crock-pot, etc.
  • We stock tea, coffee,
    sugar, creamer and sweeteners.  There are some spices and condiments
    usually left in the chalets by other guests but are not regularly stocked.
  • All linens, towels and paper products are provided.
  • Septic safe soaps, dish and laundry detergents are supplied. ONLY USE THOSE PROVIDED.
    • Septic system means don’t flush anything but toilet paper and waste down the toilets. You’ll regret it.

You will want to bring:

      •  Flip-flops for getting to the hot tub
      • Real swim suits (or nothing – your discretion)
      • Sleep masks for the Mid-night Sun (you may need them even with the blackout shades provided).
      • Slippers in the winter

Chalet Contents

Each chalet has:
  • Shades on all bedroom windows (but you still may need sleep masks).
  • Iron and ironing board
  • At least one hair dryer
  • Washer and dryer
  • Gas grill
  • Hot Tub
  • Cell service (check your provider for roaming in Alaska)
  • Satellite TV
  • WiFi Internet



Each chalet has great views! (seriously, it doesn’t make a difference which chalet you’re in) There are mountains all around, and lake views! As Grandma Steele says: “Every window is a picture!”


  • Bears! They wander through once or twice a summer.
  • Moose! Same as bears.


Each chalet is private and secluded, with it’s own hot tub.

  • The chalets share five acres and are within walking distance of each other- so you can rent more than one!

Check In/Out

IS 12 Noon AST.

Early check-ins and late check outs by prior arrangement only.  Please do NOT arrive early without prior approval! Additional fees may apply.


Stock-up on food in Anchorage or Seward. Estes Bros grocery in Moose Pass is open 9-7 (summer) seven days a week, but has limited inventory and only accepts cash.  There is a ATM near the store. Nearby Trail Lake Lodge has a restaurant and bar with satellite TV.


Yes! There are mosquitoes and flies in Alaska. Good news is our mosquitoes don’t carry diseases. How many you’ll encounter depends on many variables. You’ll probably want bug repellent at some time during your trip.

Excursion Booking

Need help with what to do and see while you’re in Alaska?


Fishing Information

Lake access is easy walking distance down the hill. Canoes and kayaks are available for use.

You can fish in the lake, but better fishing is nearby. Please check out the regulations before you come:

  • We do not stock fishing gear at the chalets. Sometimes fishing gear is left by other guests.
  • Guides
    will have all the gear you will need and can take you to where the fish
    are. Guides will also show you what tackle to use, and how to catch the fish. They
    also will clean the fish for you and help you ship it (fish cleaning is not permitted at the chalets as you do not want to attract bears).
  • Unless you are an experienced Alaskan fisherperson, a guide is suggested.
  • There is a separate freezer at the chalets for fish storage. Please see the hosts.

We do not recommend particular guides. Please look at our Trip Planning guide for more information.

We’re centrally located to all the great, world-class fishing on the Kenai Peninsula.

Unless you’ve been here before and have learned how to fish in Alaska (and know all the regulations!) you’ll want a guide. ASF&G statistics are that with a guide you’ll catch a fish in one day- without a guide it takes two days.

And the guides have all the gear you need, and will even clean the fish for you!!!

The following types of fish are available in the area:
Kenai River – Kings (hopefully!), Reds & Silver salmon and World Class Rainbow Trout

Hike in Lakes – Grayling, Arctic Char, Rainbows

Saltwater Fishing – Halibut, Salmon, Rockfish, etc.

For assistance with fishing plans visit

Saltwater Fishing Out of Seward
Steve lands a 132 pounder this trip.
Halibut, Salmon, Rockfish, etc.
Guided World Class Rainbow Fishing on the Kenai River
Four Kings by 9 am (that's what a guide gets you!)
Another Kenai Rainbow
Katie with her guide, Tyler and Reds

Fishing the Crescent Lake

Marty’s first Grayling out of Crescent Lake above the chalets.

Fishing the Russian River

The competition is tough…
But they usually share…
Alyse and Pat with a days catch.