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P.O. Box 116
Aleknagik, AK 99555

phone 907.842.1629
Pat 907.843.1462
Carolyn 907.317. 3311
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Aleknagik Schoolhouse Inn

Built in 1938, this historic two-story territorial schoolhouse overlooks the south shore of Lake Aleknagik and the Wood River. The Inn has three guest bedrooms, each with a queen and twin bed and two shared bathrooms. Guests of the Inn have a private entrance, living room with satellite TV, DVD player, kitchenette Wi-Fi, laundry facilities, self-serve breakfast, and freezer storage space. Outdoor amenities include a hot tub, a BBQ grill and picnic tables. If you want to venture onto the lake, the Inn has kayaks, rowing scull, and motorboats. Convenient and safe float plane parking is available. The Aleknagik Schoolhouse Inn is a non-smoking environment.

Rates

Rates start at $150+tax single and $250+tax double* with discounts available for longer stays.    A major credit card is required to hold reservations and may be  charged for one night’s stay if canceled up to 5 days prior to stay.   Discounts are available for stays longer than a week.    There will be a charge for internet access of $10.00 a day.

*City of Aleknagik has a 9% tax.  

Call or email us to make a reservation.
Check-in time: 4 to 10 p.m.
Check-out time: 11 a.m.

Things to Do

Lake Aleknagik is the southern most in a string of lakes that form the Wood River Lakes system. With road access to Dillingham, the village of Aleknagik on the lake’s southern end functions as the gateway to Wood-Tikchik State Park.

This is the largest state park in the United States and one of Alaska’s premier sport fishing, kayaking and canoeing areas. Sport fishing guide services are available on the lake system with Allen Ilutsik, http://www.alaskancampfire.com.

How to Get Here

The Aleknagik Lake Road extends 22 miles connecting Aleknagik’s south shore to Dillingham. Dillingham is serviced by Alaska Airlines seasonally and by Peninsula Airlines year round.