Eagle, AK 99738
United States of America
Innkeeper(s): Charlie House, Marlys House
Explore untouched nature and history in this remote town of interior Alaska in Eagle City. The natural wood decor add warmth to the quiet atmosphere. The Yukon River is only 100 feet away and the view from the decks is unbelievable. Peregrine falcons nest upstream at Eagle Bluff each summer. Incorporated in 1901, Eagle City was first inhabited by the Han Athabascan Natives. The courthouse, St. Paul's Church, Fort Egbert, and other historical buildings still stand and are maintained by the Eagle Historical Society. Take one of two daily tours that start less than one block from the inn. Adventure seekers can climb to the three peaks of Eagle Bluff. The pristine beauty of the Yukon-Charley Rivers National Preserve is accessible via boat. Truly remote, the city of Eagle can be accessed via plane, boat, or seasonably open roadways.
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