Fireweed Roadhouse is centrally located at mile 288.5 on Alaska's scenic Parks Highway. We are only 50 miles north of the Denali National Park entrance and 60 miles south of the Golden Heart city of Fairbanks.

Enjoy our relaxed home style atmosphere away from crowds and schedules, surrounded by fireweed and beautiful Alaska. Bring your laptop for free wireless broadband internet access. Relax in our comfortable lounge/dining room. Catch up on all the latest national and world news through our satellite television. Or just hang out with a local resident happy to show our genuine rural Alaska hospitality.

Your home and family is just as interesting to locals as their hunting and fishing experiences may be to you. With a little luck, new friends have a habit of sharing boat rides to check a Tanana River fish wheel, or attend a village celebration.

At the Fireweed Roadhouse you can enjoy your visit on your own terms.

What people are saying about Fireweed Roadhouse:

The Fireweed Roadhouse is a great place.....My husband has stayed there a few times while working out of town...he says its one of the very few places that make you feel at home...the food was great...the rooms were always clean...the owner robin went over and beyond to make him feel at home ...thanks again Miss Robin - Mindy (Yahoo! User Review)

Wow what a place! big portions on the side and my burger was HUGE. Overall, I thought it was a great place to eat and my next trip to Denali I will be stopping back for seconds. I dont know how I went so many years not knowing about this roadhouse...- RobertK (Yahoo! User Review)

Robin is a great hostess and is a great cook! We first met her in 2006 and had a fried lettuce omelette. We had such a good time, we took our motorhome group back in 2010! - Vicki (Yahoo! User Review)

Hi Robin runs the funnest finest Roadhouse anywhere. Her story alone is worth the price of admission. i get there a couple times a year and wish I could visit more often. Lovely people, fine cuisine, good company. Stop there on the way to Fairbanks. - Seamus (Yahoo! User Review)

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