This Private Cabin's Rustic Charm is Ideal for a Happy Alaskan Getaway!

Take a look inside the Snowshoe Cabin rental located in beautiful Wasilla, Alaska, United States. The log cabin can accommodate up to 4 guests with 2 bedrooms, 3 beds, and 1 bathroom. The rustic charm of this secluded Wasilla vacation rental sets the perfect backdrop for a blissful Alaskan escape. The cabin boasts 2 bedrooms and 1 bath, has a gas grill, in-unit laundry machines, a wide game collection, free wifi, and a spacious yard surrounded by woods and wildlife. During your vacation stay, you can look forward to fishing on Big Lake, visiting the world-famous Iditarod Headquarters, or getting lost in the beauty of Chugach State Park.

After your adventures, head back to unwind with the ones you love. The cabin is close to snow trails nearby and is just 11 miles to the Iditarod. No matter the season, this log cabin is perfect for adventurous groups seeking privacy and easy access to outdoor fun. The main bedroom has a queen-sized bed, and the second bedroom has two twin-sized beds.

Features of the log cabin include a flat-screen TV with cable, a DVD player with a movie collection, board games and puzzles, a dining table, rustic mountain decor, and a gas grill. The cabin has a well-equipped kitchen with cooking basics and spices, a drip coffee maker, dishware and flatware, a tea kettle, and a microwave. The cabin has linens and towels, complimentary toiletries, a washer and dryer, gas heating, a hair dryer, keyless entry, trash bags, and paper towels. Entry steps are required, and the cabin has an unfenced yard with wildlife. The driveway has room for 10 vehicles, and RV and trailer parking are allowed on-site.

The cabin is located in Wasilla, Alaska, United States close to Big Lake where you can fish for trout, pike, and arctic char, with swimming, boating, picnicking, and wildlife viewing. Local highlights include the Knik Museum and the Mushers Hall of Fame, The Iditarod, Museum of Alaska Transportation, Wasilla Museum and Visitors Center, The Musk Ox Farm, and Eklutna Historical Park. Hiking in the area includes the Scout Loop Ridge Trail.

Wasilla is the sixth largest city in Alaska, it was established as a railroad intersection bringing business and work to the area. The town began to thrive with passing gold miners and fishers, becoming a place of agriculture in its own right. The surrounding areas make it a good starting point for exploring further Alaska and it has its interesting history too. From Dog sledding to more mechanical transportation, native to more modern art forms, Wasilla has a variety of interests to offer its visitors.

Wasilla is home to the Iditarod Headquarters. This is the museum and gift shop for the famous Iditarod dog sled racing. You will find memorabilia about racing in the past and sometimes the chance to meet dogs and their owners. There is the option to take a dog sled ride with working adult dogs for an additional fee. You will learn about the history of the race and how the dogs are raised both by the resident guides and the informative video shown in the museum.


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