- Fresh Water
SeasonMay 20 - September 10
- The 2013 rates are - 3 days fishing/3 nights $2530, 6 days fishing/6 nights $4570.
Number of guestsThe lodge takes 20 anglers at a time.
- Rainbow Trout
- Silver Salmon
- King Salmon
- Pink Salmon
- Chum Salmon
- Sockeye Salmon
- Arctic Grayling
Riversong Lodge caters to the experienced and novice fisherman alike. Their fishing program focuses on the quality of the total experience: excellent catching opportunities and beautiful scenery, professional guides who help guests enjoy great fishing, and the area’s fascinating flora, fauna and colorful history. Their flexibility for length of stay and arrival and departure days makes them unique among Alaska lodges. Riversong is the ideal destination for anglers and non-anglers who would like to combine a stay with other fishing or non-fishing in Alaska. All guests are flown from Anchorage as part of the package.
The lodge is located north of Anchorage at the confluence of Lake Creek and the Yentna River. Lake Creek is a swift flowing, clear, gravel-bottomed river originating out of the Alaska Range to the north and is home to all five species of Pacific salmon (king, sockeye, pink, silver and chum), rainbow trout and arctic grayling. In addition, they fish for northern pike in other local waters. Daily fly-outs by float plane and helicopter are an option to fish additional waters in the region. If you are truly after a unique remote Alaskan experience, they can fly you from the lodge by helicopter to some difficult to reach, but fabulous to fish waters. Guides are Coast Guard certified and are proficient with conventional and fly tackle. They know the waters and the fishing, and take great pride and pleasure in teaching you the skills to master them.
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 guests feel they are part of Alaska. There is a lounge, main room, dining room, and bar. The atmosphere is comfortable and relaxed. Eight nicely appointed guest cabins surround the lodge facing the Yentna River and Mt. McKinley, North America’s highest peak. 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 takes care of any of your cabin needs.
Riversong Lodge has a tradition of award-winning Alaskan cuisine. The chefs have extensive culinary training and are committed to presenting you the finest dining experience. We offer a wide selection of fine wines and premium beer on tap. Please feel free to request special dishes or tell us your dislikes. Guests dine together in the dining area.