Location: Mile 45.8 Seward Highway (AK 1), before the highway turns to the southeast toward Moose Pass, 80 miles south of Anchorage. Visitor Information: Local Merchants.
Summit Lake, located in the heart of the Chugach National Forest. attracts enthusiasts interested in hiking, biking, camping, boating, kayaking, snowmobiling, crosscountry skiing, hunting and world-class fishing, due to its proximity to many scenic state and national parks and recreational areas. Services in Summit Lake include restaurant, lounge, lodging and gift shop.
Summit Lake Lodge is an historic Alaskan log lodge situated on the north shore of Sunnit Lake, offering comfortably appointed cedar cabins and cozy motel rooms with awe inspiring mountain views. Experienced staff can help tailor your vacation package to fit your schedule, budget and dreams, making it a great home base for exploring the Kenai Peninsula and Prince William Sound.
Featuring a large fireplace and rustic bar, the main lodge serves as the dining room and gathering place for guests, with a focus on relaxing conversation. Start your day with a delicious breakfast then choose from the many activities in the area. After your day’s adventure, return to the comforts of the main lodge to share your discoveries at cocktail hour, then conclude your day with delicious wilderness fine dining and spirits.