North Pole Log Cabin With Northern Lights Views!. You might be inspired for a log cabin of your own after visiting this stunning home located in North Pole, Alaska, United States. The vacation rental can accommodate up to 5 guests with 1 bedroom, 4 beds, and 1 bath. During your vacation stay, you’ll have the entire cabin to yourself with a full kitchen, a private yard, and a cozy living area. During your vacation stay, you can spend afternoons browsing shops, restaurants, and museums in downtown Fairbanks or pay a visit to the famed Santa Claus House only 3 miles away. After exploring the parks, wildlife refuges, and family-friendly attractions, you can return to watch for Alaskan wildlife right from the log cabin’s fire pit while the incredible Northern Lights dance overhead. The log cabin is in a rural location with free wifi, a washer, and a dryer.
This cozy log cabin makes the perfect vacation spot for families and couples between visits with Santa, museum tours, and wildlife excursions in America’s Last Frontier. The cabin has a bedroom with an open loft, a queen bed, and twin bed, a queen sleeper sofa in the living room, and a full-sized futon. Other details at the Alaskan cabin include a porch swing, yard, picnic table, charcoal grill, fire pit, frequent wildlife sightings, and views of the Northern Lights. The well-equipped kitchen has all the cooking basics you’ll need to include a coffeemaker, crockpot, and a 6-seat table. The living room has a flat-screen Smart TV, DVD player, books, and board games. The vacation rental has basic toiletries, linens/towels, a high chair, pack ‘n play. There is a driveway with enough parking for 4 vehicles, street parking, RV, and trailer parking.
This log cabin is the perfect base to enjoy all the activities that North Pole, Alaska has to offer. You can visit any time of year and enjoy the magic of Christmas, and the cabin is especially cozy in the winter months with wood throughout and log furniture to enjoy.
North Pole, Alaska is about 1,700 miles south of the magnetic north pole. and is a place where you can celebrate Christmas every day. The streets are decorated year-round with displays of candy canes and striped light poles that evoke the Christmas Season for visitors young and old alike. You’ll find Christmas-themed streets in North Pole to include Santa Claus Lane, St. Nicholas Drive, Snowman Lane, and Kris Kringle Drive. There are also several holiday-inspired ice sculptures throughout the winter months. You can take a drive along snowy Santa Claus Lane and admire the holiday decorations.
Just a few miles from the city center is Chena Lake Recreation Area. This Fairbanks Borough park offers a variety of outdoor activities to include walking, ice fishing, snowshoeing, snow-machining, skiing, and aurora viewing photography in the winter. The area is also a great spot for boating, biking, swimming, camping, and picnicking in the summer. Other things to do in North Ple include Arctic Harvest, a farm, distillery, and tasting room that grows its grains.