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Unfortunately, we were only here for one night, but if we are ever able to come back we will arrange to spend more time here. The cabins are cute, spacious and extremely comfortable and you cannot beat the views! We didn't have time to check...More
Restaurant was open all day w good food at reasonable prices.
A number of hiking trails right on the property.
All staff was friendly and the owners went above and beyond when we told them we thought the hotel was in Palmer instead of Sutton...More
This is a lovely lodge with cute, clean, spacious cabins, surrounded by beautiful vistas and trails. The food in the restaurant was excellent -- we had lunch, dinner and a breakfast there. And the staff was incredibly helpful and accommodating. In fact, I went to...More
Could not ask for a prettier location, some of the prettiest mountains ever for your back drop. Well stocked cabin came with everything we wanted and more. I loved the cozy down comforter, fancy little shampoos and k cup coffee maker! Off our deck we...More
While only planned as a stop-over this is one of the best lodges. Down to earth and simple but providing all anyone could ask for. Cabins (1-4) offer a lot of space, great beds with bed linen that smells crisp.
The food in the restaurant...More
Weather in mid July near Sutton is usually near 70 with lows down around 55. Current forecast looks good for next weekend but there's always a chance of rain. Even if it does the rain usually is light and tolerable.
The two are about five hours apart (more like six in the summertime) and there is one main route. You'll head south on the Parks Highway (highway 1) until you get to the interchange with the Glenn Highway (highway 3.). Take... More
The two are about five hours apart (more like six in the summertime) and there is one main route. You'll head south on the Parks Highway (highway 1) until you get to the interchange with the Glenn Highway (highway 3.). Take the Glenn north to Sheep Mountain Lodge. It's a lovely drive. You can cut through the town of Wasilla to save a few minutes but it's not probably not worth it if you're new to the area. Have a safe trip!