Stay at a Bed and Breakfast in McGrath, Alaska
A birdwatcher and wildlife observer’s dream come true, McGrath, AK is the access point for the Innoko National Wildlife Refuge, which is home to more than 130 species of birds, as well as caribou, wolves, black bears, grizzly bears, river otters, red foxes, and more. The village is located on the northernmost point on the Kuskokwim River in Interior Alaska and was an important stop and supply center on the Iditarod Trail. Dog-sledding is still a popular activity in this area.
Although McGrath is considered to be a remote village, Denali National Park and the town of Healy are “just” under 300 miles away. No roads connect the village to the highway system, so flying is the main mode of transportation in the summer and by plane, snowmachine or dogteam in the winter! Offering an advantage over typical hotels, your BBAA innkeeper can provide suggestions to help you decide what to do on your Alaska vacation.