Gigglewood Lakeside Inn offers quiet luxury cabin rentals, mid-way between Anchorage and Denali National Park located at mile 87.9 on the Parks Highway. Each rental is private and fully furnished with all the necessities for a perfect vacation get-away.
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Located in the center of world class trout and salmon fishing and outstanding sightseeing adventures...the cabins are right on the edge of Alaska's wilderness!
Only 20 minutes north of Willow and 35 minutes south of Talkeetna, Alaska, we overlook Upper Caswell Lake with an unforgettable backdrop of lake reflections.
The perfect retreat to nature while enjoying the many scenic, hiking and fishing opportunities so popular in the summer....and cross-country skiing, snow shoeing and snowmobiling activities in the winter!
Sit on the dock lounge chairs--read a book, take a paddle boat ride, try dog sledding or just soak in the sights and sounds of loons, trumpeter swans and a very busy beaver family.
Cabins are pet and smoke free. Patio area with picnic table and chairs, gazebo, gas grill and fire pit make a perfect area for outdoor cooking and relaxing.
Your Hosts: Linda & Larry
Linda & Larry originally constructed a weekend cabin on the property in 1981. That cabin has grown to become their full-time residence with a large lounging area....the Lodge Commons Room. Over the years three vacation cabins were added and now your hosts get to share their piece of Alaskan paradise.
What is Gigglewood?
"Gigglewood" are tree limbs, which have been injured and deformed during early growth years. Each piece of Gigglewood has been gathered and artfully given a special place in this unique display of natural architecture. Twists of "Gigglewood" gracefully support handrails and roof fascia.
The cabins overlook a wide, shallow lake with waterfowl and a beaver pond. We went out in the paddleboat, and they also have mountain bikes for you to use. The location of Gigglewood makes a great home base for fishing in the area. We used it as a place to just relax for a day; it was a midway point between the interior and coastal legs of our Alaska vacation. It was a great move on our part, because it was the perfect place to just sit and enjoy the peace and the scenery. I'd specifically recommend this either for people who want to fish in the area, or for people like us who are looking for an idyllic place to rest.