With just one call, Arctic Outfitters can make your accommodation reservations along the Dalton Highway.  In an area as remote as Alaska's Arctic, accommodations are far and few between, which means there are limited number of rooms for the visitors to choose from.  During the busy summer months it is best to plan ahead and make your reservations early.

To reduce the amount of work you have to do, just inform us of your intentions to spend nights in Coldfoot or Prudhoe Bay, and we can take care of the accommodation arrangements for your stay while making your rental arrangements.

Feel free to check out our Travel Ideas as well.

For further contact info regarding the Yukon River Camp, Coldfoot Camp, or Deadhorse Camp, visit our More Links page.

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Yukon River Camp

Yukon River Camp provides lodging, dining, & activities at the Yukon River Bridge along the Dalton Highway.

Located halfway between Fairbanks and the Brooks Mountain Range, Yukon River Camp provides an excellent jumping off point for travelers in Alaska's Arctic. Although rustic by urban standards, our rooms are kept clean.

Current rates can be found at the Yukon River Camp website.

Coldfoot Camp

Your base camp for adventure in Alaska's Brooks Mountain Range. Located halfway between Fairbanks and Prudhoe Bay along the Dalton Highway, Coldfoot Camp provides an excellent base for travelers in Alaska's Arctic. Although rustic by urban standards, Coldfoot Camp is kept clean and features private bath facilities in each of the rooms, a luxury in the remote wilderness of Alaska's Arctic.

Accommodations, fuel, restaurant, tire repair, post office, gift shop, and local activities are among the services provided at Coldfoot Camp. Arrangements can also be made to add an option to your stay in Coldfoot: Scenic Koyukuk Float, Anaktuvuk Pass Visit (a flight to a Nunamiut Eskimo village), and Wiseman Village Visit.

Two twin beds and a private bath (shower)

Current rates can be found at the Coldfoot Camp website.

Prudhoe Bay: Deadhorse Camp

Deadhorse Camp is for the adventurous visitor who is prepared to go 200 miles above the Arctic Circle to the land of the Midnight Sun. Whether driving the Dalton Highway or flying in, Deadhorse Camp is prepared to make your stay in Prudhoe Bay comfortable.

Rates can be found at the Deadhorse Camp website.

Arctic Ocean Shuttle ... $69 per person (available summer only here)

*All rates subject to change by service providers and subject to local taxes.