|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Located in south central Alaska, on the shores of Cottonwood Lake in the heart of the Matanuska-Susitna Valley, Alaska Loon’s Nest Cabin Rental is centrally located between Palmer and Wasilla on seven secluded acres, yet within minutes of town and attractions. The cabin is only 40 minutes from Anchorage and three hours from Denali National Park. Come stay in a truly Alaskan log cabin on a pristine trout-filled floatplane sized lake, surrounded by the Talkeetna and Chugach Mountain Ranges.
Sip your coffee while listening to the call of the loon echo across the pristine waters of Cottonwood Lake. Or, sit on the dock and watch the trout jump in the evening glow of a long summer night as an eagle glides directly above. Better yet, wet a line with one of our trout poles and catch a rainbow trout for dinner. Explore the lake in the paddleboat, canoe or kayaks (lifejackets provided) or just trout fish with gear provided. Take a swim off our dock and soak in those warm summer days on the floating dock. Roast marshmallows and share stories around the lakeside fire pit. Relax and let time stand still!
Enjoy a place where time stands still, and breathtaking beauty abounds!
Keywords: Lakefront Log Cabin
As a sourdough (lifelong Alaskan), Ron has a deep love for Alaska and the outdoors. When not selling real estate, Ron loves fishing, hunting, and sharing his tales of Alaskan adventure. A “jack-of-all-trades”, Ron built the family home and has kept the family homestead cabin in tip-top shape for over forty years. Ron has a deep love for this great state, and would love to help you plan your Alaskan vacation!
Alaska Loon's Nest has been my family treasure since 1962. This original homesteader’s cabin was built in the 1950’s, and has been tenderly maintained by my family for over 45 years. The cabin features richly hued knotty pine throughout, with modern upgrades, while maintaining its original Alaskan history and charm. The cabin front offers expansive views of the lake and two mountain ranges, including the Hatcher's Pass area directly across from the cabin. Two decks, one lakeside and one with a gas BBQ overlooking the perennial flower beds and garden area, add to your enjoyment of this “one-of-a-kind” Alaskan setting!
Come enjoy a one-of-a-kind Alaskan setting while being within minutes of major attractions and conveniences. You'll soon discover why Cottonwood Lake is still a 'jewel' in the chain of lakes in the area, and why Alaska Loon's Nest seems like it's nestled in a world of its own. Watch eagles fly directly overhead on their daily flight path, visiting moose and fox, waterfowl, trumpeter swans, and my favorite, the loon. Take an early morning or late evening paddle around the lake as the loons' eerie calls echo across the water, and you'll understand why time seemingly stands still at Alaska Loon's Nest! Please note that the owner's home is next to the cabin rental.
Can't say enough good things about our stay. We were very impressed with everything. The cabin is immaculate and so Alaskan! Everything we needed and then some. It is surrounded by gorgeous gardens and lawn. Obviously this place is loved and has seen many happy times! The view was amazing and the accessibility to the lake and fishing gear made it a perfect relaxing stay. Ron and Cindy were exceedingly gracious and know all about the lake and area. Ellie May even trained us how to throw her stick! She is an amazing lab with a great attitude. Thank you so much for sharing your piece of paradise.
P.S. Ron, thanks for baiting Lynn's hook and setting her bobber. She caught a fine trout with that bait which made for her first fish ever and a terrific dinner!
This cabin is very cute with a great view of the lake. It is very close to the owners house so privacy is a bit limited, however, Ron and Cindy were wonderful and we hardly ever saw them. We saw moose, eagles and Loons with babies. Great location to go out and explore Alaska.
I cannot begin to express how happy we were with our stay at Loon's Nest. We were greeted with delicious salmon dip made by Ron, and it kept getting better from there. Ellie May was a highlight for my family, especially my two year old daughter. We loved that she even joined us on the paddle boat! The cabin was cozy, comfortable, and had everything we needed. Cannot wait to return here!!
Alaska was more than we expected, which shouldn't have been possible. Ron was a wonderful host, with honorable mention going to Ellie Mae, their black lab as hostess. The cabin is cozy and quiet, with everything you need to enjoy the stay and the lake. We enjoyed flyovers from the local bald eagle family and a showing of the Northern Lights on our final night. What a great trip! We'll be back.
We loved staying at this cabin. It was very clean and comfortable and had everything we could need. We loved the authentic Alaskan decor. The lake and the outdoors were fantastic. But the best part was our gracious and generous hosts Ron and Cindy .
Only one problem worth mentioning though - the fact that we had to leave :-) thank you Ron and Cindy from the Oz Family.
Adorable quaint cabin with spectacular yard, views and dock... And dogs too (if you want them). The owner lives next door and gave us full access to kayaks, fire pit, lounge chairs and even his dog... Because we are dog lovers! This was heaven for us! We stayed over July 4th and never saw the owner except the day we checked in and again when we checked out. He was very friendly and helpful. Oh and it was a nice surprise to have laundry machines - they even provided laundry detergent. The best part for us was being able to go out on the kayaks as we pleased and watching the float planes take off. We recommend this place to anyone who enjoys the outdoors but likes to be near grocery stores and Starbucks too!
Close to major attractions such as Musk Ox Farm, Reindeer Farm, Iditarod Headquarters, Hatcher's Pass and Independence Mine, Matanuska and Knik Glaciers, Alaska Railroad Depot-Wasilla, Alaska Native Heritage Center, salmon fishing, flight seeing tours, and Denali National Park.
|Rate Period||Nightly||Weekend Night||Weekly||Monthly||Event|
On the cusp
Sep 1 2016 - Sep 30 2016
3 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
3 night minimum stay
May 15 - August 31
Weekly rate: $1350/double occupancy*
*$15/night each additional person 12+years old.
*plus 5% bed tax applies to all rates
Children under 12 free.
3 night minimum stay
Maximum 6 people