Alaska's Yentna Station Roadhouse
Yentna Station is a rustic semi-remote Alaska Salmon Fishing Lodge, located on the Yentna River approximately 40 miles from the nearest road. While called a “roadhouse”, you can't get there by car; depending on the season the access options are boat, snowmachine, bush plane, or dogsled.
Experience a traditionally Alaskan rural, rustic, and slower pace of life with the Gabryszaks, a true Alaskan family who have been on the river since 1981 when they built the lodge with a chainsaw and duct tape (quite literally). True to their own love of the Alaskan wilderness, the Lodge provides opportunities for many types of Alaskan recreation:
- guided salmon sport fishing experiences for King and Silver salmon throughout the summer
- snowmachining (Alaskan jargon for snowmobiling)
- cross-country skiing & winter mountain biking
- dog mushing
- peace and quiet far from city life
- wildlife and Denali (Mt. McKinley) sighting
- flightseeing, and more.
The rustic rural lodge is open year round to support the myriad winter and summer recreation activities that the Alaskan wilderness offers. To that end, our services include a bed & breakfast, cabins that can be rented nightly or weekly, a restaurant, vehicle fueling station, boat/snowmachine repairs, telephone and emergency services.
Lodging includes simple bedrooms inside the main lodge, or cabin space for additional privacy. Hot running water (uncommon in the bush), electricity, TV, internet via satellite for those that wish to stay connected, and indoor facilities / outdoor traditional outhouse complete the package.
Alaska's Yentna Station Roadhouse is family owned, operated, and oriented, so children are always welcome. We hope you will visit us.
Salmon Fishing Packages
Our Salmon Fishing Lodge has a unique central location on the Yentna River that allows our experienced guides to fish for all five species of Alaskan salmon: King Salmon, Silver Salmon, Reds, Chums, and Pinks. We are happy to arrange your flights from Anchorage, or find adventurous arrangements via boat or snowmachine.
Snowmachiners, dog mushers, cross country skiers, mountain bikers, and helicopter and bush-plane pilots can find a place to warm up, eat, refuel, socialize, and relax at the Yentna Station Roadhouse.