Copper Center, Alaska

Live the Adventure in Copper Center, Alaska

Our bed and breakfast inns are located on the Old Richardson Highway in the Copper River Region. This tiny town boasts a long native history and a wide variety of activities and adventures near the entrance to Wrangell-St. Elias National Park, the largest national park in the United States, and home to 13 of the 16 tallest peaks in North America.

Choose lodging in Copper Center AK, and you may enjoy fishing the Gulkana and Klutina Rivers, which provide great excitement during the summer Salmon runs, or you may prefer the tranquility of a quiet lake filled with grayling and trout. Don’t miss the chance to take a trip to the abandoned Kennicott mine to explore. The Copper River Valley is also home to more than 600 miles of trails, perfect for hiking, biking and ATVs. Contact the Alaska Department of Fish and Game for all the current information on hunting big game, small game, and birds in this area of South Central Alaska.

The BBAA and their Copper Center member innkeepers hope you enjoy your stay in our beautiful town.

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