Located on 200 acres at the gateway to North America’s largest national park, Wrangell-St. Elias, this stunning lodge features outstanding views of the Wrangell-St. Elias mountain range and the Copper and Klutina Rivers. The lodge itself is nestled on a bluff and boasts a wall of windows two stories high to do justice to the dramatic views of towering peaks and the waters from which the famed Copper River salmon hail.
1 Brenwick Craig Road
Copper Center, AK 99573
Operating Dates: mid-May through mid-September
Check in: 3pm / Check out: 11am
Number of rooms: 85
General Manager: Echo Green
Dining and Lounge Venues
Two Rivers Restaurant
Breakfast: 6am – 10am
Dinner: 5pm – 9pm
At Two Rivers restaurant, you’ll find an elegant dining room with mountain and valley views, the perfect complement to the freshest seafood and top-notch preparation.
Whistle Stop Bar & Grill
Lunch & Dinner: 11am – 10:30pm
In addition to a menu full of favorites, the Whistle Stop features wines, cocktails, and many Alaska-brewed beers. Join us for indoor seating or enjoy beautiful views from our spacious patio. TV viewing available.
5:30am – 10:30am
Specialty coffees, pastries and snacks served quick for fueling up when you’re on-the-go.
Restaurant hours are subject to change.
Gift Shop – Guest Computers – Northern Lights PhotoSymphony – Guest Service Desk – Walking Trails – Horseshoes – Espresso Bar – Complimentary Wireless Internet Access in Main Lodge – Shuttle Service to Wrangell-St. Elias Visitor Center & Ahtna Cultural Center – Shuffleboard
Copper River Princess Wilderness Lodge offers a variety of optional excursions. The Copper River Valley is rich in Native Alaska traditions and is the home of a vibrant Athabascan culture. Stroll down to the waters of the Copper River, home to the legendary Copper River red salmon or enjoy an adventure that includes the nation’s largest national park, Wrangell St. Elias National Park and Preserve.
View a complete list of available excursions here.
Many of the Optional Land Excursions are appropriate for children. The lodge also offers free activities that are great for children.
Card/Board Games – Horseshoes – Shuffleboard – Walking Trails
Foundation poured in fall 2000, and lodge construction began in summer 2001. Lodge opened to first guests May 16, 2002.