Alaska has been a very popular tourist spot in recent years and no wonder. With its breathtaking scenery, and fantastic wildlife, there is much to see, do and marvel at. During all seasons of the year, there is something amazing to experience, and Chena Hot Springs Resort will not disappoint you.
Chena’s healing hot springs mineral waters at Rock Lake have been bathed in by guests the world over and they are said to relieve body aches and pains, skin conditions, and issues with circulation, lung disorders and even arthritis. At the least you feel renewed and rejuvenated when you emerge. The combination of minerals and steam are wonderful for helping you to feel refreshed, and because of this the springs are visited in the summer and winter months. In the winter you can luxuriate in the springs or outdoor hot tub and watch the stunning Aurora Borealis (Northern Lights) fill the sky. It is a wonder-filled, magical experience.
Activities and excursions abound here and you might choose to visit the Ice Museum, which World Ice Art Champions Steve and Heather Brice maintain. It operates year-round and the very same renewable geothermal energy that powers the Chena Hot Springs Resort, heats the Ice Museum. You might also decide to animal-watch and there is a multitude of beautiful wildlife to see, all in their natural habitat. Many different excursion packages exist to suit your needs and budget, and 1st Alaska Outdoor School can assist you in picking one that is right for you.
Whether you are coming to stay a while, or just visiting for the day, you will find our remote location the perfect getaway. You can be interested in some relaxation or prefer some adventure, but either way, Chena Hot Springs Resort offers you just what you are looking for. For residents and non-residents alike, Chena Hot Springs Resort is one of Alaska’s great gifts.