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Welcome to Fairbanks.

WE WILL BE OPEN FOR WEEKLY RENTALS -please call for details


European styled Alaska Grizzly Lodge Bed and Breakfast is hosted by friendly lifelong Alaskans that will help your adventures begin! We are well situated off four mile Chena Hot Springs Road.

Grizzly Lodge is Located Seven Scenic Miles North of Downtown Fairbanks, Alaska on Chena Hot Springs Road.

This country setting provides a buffer from the outside world. Enjoy comfort, thoughtful attention to detail, with a touch of country charm.
We are far enough out of the city that light polution is not a factor, thus increasing the odds of Aurora sighting.

Good Aurora viewing right from your room's deck. September thru March!

(Depending on activity and weather)

For further information or to make
reservations email: akgrizzlylodge@gmail.com
or call
(907) 488-7475






Drive to four mile Chena Hot Springs Road

Turn right on Nichols Lane, then right on Westmoreland

Follow signs...We are the first drive on right...

(do not follow GPS)

Cable TV

Wireless access

Private showers and/or bath

Comfortable rooms


Rates are $149.00 double occupancy

Call now: (907)488-7475

Lodge address is:
1470 Westmoreland Ave.
Fairbanks, Alaska 99712

Patio decks

Full kitchen and laundry facilities available

Nonsmoking facility, please smoke outdoors



Information about Fairbanks, Alaska
Fairbanks is in central Alaska, on the Chena River, near its junction with the Tanana River. Fairbanks is the second largest city in Alaska and the commercial and administrative heart of the state's interior. The city is served by an international airport and is the northern terminus of the Alaska Railroad (completed 1923) and the Richardson Highway, which is connected in Delta Junction to the Alaska Highway (1942).

It is a service center for the extensive mineral development of the Alaskan far north and served as construction headquarters for the Alaska Oil Pipeline (completed 1977), which runs from Prudhoe Bay to Valdez. Also important to the city's economy are the University of Alaska at Fairbanks (1917), and nearby Fort Wainwright and Eielson Air Force Base. Denali National Park and Preserve, the site of Mount McKinley, and several hot springs resorts are in the area. The annual World Eskimo-Indian Olympics are held in Fairbanks in July.

The city was founded in 1902 with the discovery of gold nearby and grew as a mining camp. It was incorporated as a city in 1903. It is named for Charles W. Fairbanks, the vice president of the United States from 1905 to 1909. Population 22,645 (1980); 30,843 (1990).

Above is pictured a moose as viewed from the Grizzly Lodge deck enjoying a complimentary breakfast of willow. To the right, swans migrating through Fairbanks last Fall.