Slow Down and Unwind at a Bed and Breakfast in Galena, Alaska
Located in the Interior region of the state, this is a small, quiet village is situated on the bank of the Yukon River approximately 300 miles west of Fairbanks. Most visitors access the village by bush plane.
During your stay here, you can fish for salmon or go kayaking or canoeing on the Yukon River, take a guided hunting trip, watch the Iditarod Sled Dog race pass through, or tour the backcountry on a snowmachine, ATV, or cross-country skis. One of the most valuable aspects to visiting Galena, AK can be just slowing down, getting to know the people, and taking in the vastness of the country. It’s not uncommon for locals to share activities like beading, preparing salmon or game, or showing you native ways of surviving the seasons.
After a day exploring all that this area has to offer, you will appreciate the comfortable lodging accommodations of our local BBAA member inn