Riversong Lodge is located at Lake Creek, a famous Alaska fishing river offering all five species of salmon as well as rainbow trout, arctic grayling and northern pike. The lodge is 70 air miles northwest of Anchorage on the southern bank of the Yentna River at the confluence of Lake Creek. It is accessible by floatplane only.
Nestled amongst cottonwood, birch and spruce trees, under the distant gaze of majestic mountains, Riversong Lodge offers its guest's gracious comfort, award winning cuisine, superb fishing and a warm welcome. The main lodge serves as a gathering place for meals, entertaining, activities and relaxation. Its rustic lodge construction, spacious decks, inviting living room, warm stove and tasteful decor leave no doubt those guests are deep in the Alaska wilderness. Eight guest cabins surround the main lodge facing the Yentna River towards Mt. McKinley.
Guests enjoy reading on the deck, relaxing in the main lodge, touring our expansive gardens, fly tying or playing card games in the bar when they aren't out on the river sport fishing. Our cuisine is award-winning - stop by the kitchen for a cooking class & wine pairing with one of our chefs. Experience with friends, family & business partners.
Casting in the legendary waters of Lake Creek is an experience not to be missed. Riversong Lodge caters to the experienced and novice fishermen alike. Our fishing program focuses on the quality of the total experience; excellent catching opportunities and beautiful scenery, and our professional guides who help guests enjoy great fishing, as well as, the area’s fascinating flora, fauna and colorful history.
We pride ourselves in having some of the best guides in Alaska. They are Coast Guard certified and are proficient with conventional and fly tackle. They know the waters and the fishing, and they take great pride and pleasure in teaching you the skills to master them. Let them navigate you up the swiftly flowing waters of Lake Creek in our jet boats in search of the mighty king salmon in June or maybe the spectacular rainbow trout in September.
Our location across the Yentna River from the confluence of our “home waters” of Lake Creek, allows us to have you on some of Alaska’s best fishing water within minutes of leaving our dock. Lake Creek is a swift flowing, clear, gravel-bottomed river originating out of the Alaska Range to our north and is home to all five species of Pacific salmon (king, sockeye, pink, silver and chum), rainbow trout and arctic grayling. In addition, we fish for the northern pike in other local waters. If you are truly after a unique remote Alaskan experience, let us fly you from the lodge, by helicopter, to some difficult to reach, but fabulous to fish waters. Please see our fishing schedule for typical availability times. Ask for our peak seasons.
Riversong Lodge was hand-built from native white spruce logs and offers rustic riverside comfort. Its’ classic birch floors, warm potbelly stove and comfortable décor make our guests feel they are part of Alaska. There is a lounge, main room, dining room, and bar. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed.
Our eight nicely appointed guest cabins surround the lodge facing the Yentna River and North America’s highest peak – Mount McKinley (20,320 feet). Currently, six cabins have a private bath and two cabins share a central shower house. There is also a wood-heated sauna for guest use. Each cabin is assigned a housekeeper that will take care of any of your cabin needs. Please note that our electricity is shutoff every night between approximately 12 midnight and 6 am. If you have 24-hour electricity needs please let us know upon check-in. There is a telephone in the main lodge for guest use.
We take great pride in our lodge grounds, and herb and flower gardens. With Alaska’s vibrant growing season, Riversong’s flowers roar into bloom each June. Throughout the summer there is a constant parade of new colors, as our gardener’s plantings spring to life.
Riversong Lodge is located 70 miles northwest of Anchorage (preferred point of departure via floatplane for the lodge) at the confluence of the Yentna River and Lake Creek. Guests arrive at Riversong Lodge via floatplane and frequently have great views of Mt. McKinley, and the Alaska Range, along the way. Airplanes land on the Yentna River in front of the lodge where guests are greeted by their guides. After a short boat trip around the gravel bar, guests arrive at the boathouse. Both day and overnight guests are invited into the main lodge where they are registered and offered refreshments. Overnight guests are oriented to the lodge and shown to their cabin.
We request a 50% deposit to confirm your reservation at Riversong Lodge. Balance is due 60 days prior to your arrival at the lodge. Reservations made within 60 days of travel require full payment at time of booking. A full refund is available prior to 60 days arrival less a $100.00 administrative fee. Cancellations after 60 days are non-refundable.
|Overnight Lodge Stays||Price|
|1 Day / 1 Night||$990.00|
|2 Days / 2 Nights||$1690.00|
|3 Days / 3 Nights||$2360.00|
|4 Days / 4 Nights||$3010.00|
|5 Days / 5 Nights||$3650.00|
|6 Days / 6 Nights||$4280.00|
|7 Days / 7 Nights||$4760.00|
|Extended Day at Lodge||$475.00|