About Us


Riversong Lodge was hand-built from native white spruce logs and offers rustic riverside comfort. Its' classic birch floors, warm potbelly stove and comfortable decor make our guests feel they are part of Alaska. There is a lounge, main room, fly tying room, dining room, and fully stocked bar. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed.

We take great pride in our lodge grounds complete with 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.

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. The housekeeper on staff 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.

Whatever activity you pursue at Riversong Lodge – fly fishing, conventional gear fishing, flight-seeing, hiking, river excursions or a cooking class – you’ll experience the big skies, breathe in the clean air and marvel at the abundant wildlife in this spectacular valley. Our guides and staff are there to help you and give you an experience that will stay with you forever. Whether you are enjoying the view of bald eagles from our spacious riverside deck, enjoying a cooking class with our spectacular chefs,  fighting a mighty king salmon or fly-fishing for any of the magnificent species available to us, you will take away with you a little part of Alaska.

During your stay at Riversong Lodge you will have your breath taken away by the local wildlife. Bald eagles soar overhead, beaver and otters swim the river and moose walk the banks. Rounding a river bend you may sight a black bear or a majestic grizzly bear enjoying the bounties of an Alaskan summer.