We are located seven (7) miles from the center of Nome. Just three (3) miles from the edge of town. To get to our camp take the Nome Teller Highway until you come to the Old Glacier Creek Road, if you go past the Nome Beltz High School you’ve gone too far. The Department Of Transportation is to the South. Make a right turn toward the North. You will be going toward Anvil Mountain. Go north on Glacier Creek Road just beyond NAGC mining operation. Our buildings can be seen from a distance as you drive up the Glacier Creek Road. The drive way is well marked with Akau signs and a Crutch atop a road sign. You can’t miss seeing our place from the road. We set on the hill looking to your right looking north. Our road leads up the hill directly to our campsite.
The Guest rooms are roomy enough for two (2) people. Rooms have queen size beds. One has queen and a single bed. All rooms have windows to the east so you get the morning sun. A small trailer is available which sleeps three (3), however is most comfortable for one (1) person. The trailer has a small kitchen. None of the rooms have bath facilities. All sleeping rooms are located next to the main house. The dining room is located at the west end of the main house.
The living room is small but comfortable with a fireplace to warm up by.
Large windows on the west end of the main building gives you an unsurpassed view of the landscape.
You can also take advantage of the sunsets and see the many animals that pass by during the summer months well into September and October. Moose and bear are often seen in this area. A view of the Sea is available from our yard and Sun Room.
Guest rooms located just east of the main building. The building has a view of the surrounding area and a view of the mountains to the north. Step outside for an unobstructed view of Anvil Mountain, miles of tundra and a view of the Bering Sea.