Aerial view of Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge with log cabins with green metal roofs, 3 white yurts, forest & riverside views.
Modern deck overlooking large Naknek River under a cloudy sky, used as a viewing platform for King Salmon Alaska lodging.
Log cabin with moose antlers above door sits by gravel lot backed by trees in golden sunset at Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge.
Inside guest log cabin at Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge in King Salmon, with 2 double beds, log furniture & bright windows.
Log cabin with moose antlers above door, green metal roof & windows, a King Salmon Alaska lodging option on the Naknek River.
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Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge

Accessible only by air, this King Salmon Alaska lodging property sits on 16 forested acres near Katmai National Park. Guests can enjoy truly remote, “bush luxury” accommodation in prime fishing territory near the Naknek River. Plus, Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge is a short floatplane hop to the incredible Brooks Falls, famous for bear viewing. The second-generation-family owners are ready to welcome guests with genuine hospitality.

Amenities & Common Areas

The main guest lounge at Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge features a large common room with high ceilings, a large river rock fireplace, leather sofas, wood tables and chairs, and trophy Alaskan fish and wildlife décor throughout. This is complemented by a wraparound outdoor deck with BBQ.


Gourmet meals at Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge highlight freshly caught fish and other locally sourced ingredients, with a menu that changes daily. The open seating concept with larger and smaller tables both inside and out allow for groups of all sizes. A small café area comes equipped with complimentary snacks and drinks, with a small adjacent bar area. A modest gift shop offers adventure clothing and souvenirs to take home.


This adventure lodge’s 200-foot private dock is a starting point for the region’s famed salmon and rainbow trout fishing. An onsite platform affords views of the river at a safe distance to observe bears, moose, bald eagles, waterfowl and occasional sea lions. This King Salmon Alaska lodge is an ideal basecamp for fishing, bear viewing, backcountry ATV adventures, hiking, kayaking, stand-up paddleboarding, birding and more. After a day full of adventure, the campfire ring offers a place to swap stories.


Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge features accommodation for typically 16-25 guests per week (up to 40 max) in 6 individual log cabins, 3 private rooms in the main lodge and 3 deluxe yurts with Alaskan character.

Each cabin has a wood stove, two full-size beds, ensuite bath with shower, private deck, WiFi, a TV, coffee maker and a small fridge stocked with complimentary soft drinks. The main lodge suite has three modern rooms that share a large common upstairs lounge area with comfortable couches and a TV. Each yurt has a queen-size bed, heater and a lounge area, with separate restrooms (one for each yurt) located 25 feet away.

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