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More Lodging Deals


    There are a few more lodging deals on the horizon for anyone needing a national park fix in the coming months.
    For those who can leave as soon as tomorrow, there's a two-for-one deal being offered in Denali National Park and Preserve at the McKinley Chalet Resort, McKinley Village Lodge, Denali Bluffs Hotel and Denali Grande Lodge. The first night will cost you $189, with the second night free.
    For more details and reservations, check out this link, or call 800-276-7234. Act quickly, as the lodges are only open until mid-September before shuttering for the winter.
    Back in the Lower 48, there are a number of deals being offered at Kalaloch Lodge in Olympic National Park as well as at its sister property, Lake Quinault Lodge.
    At Kalaloch, between September 1st and October 31st you can get two nights' lodging in a log cabin or Seacrest Suite along with two Kalaloch wine glasses, a private label Kalaloch wine, and one night dinner for two for $329. If you stay in a Seacrest Room, the rate dips to $299 for the package.
    If you're interested in fishing, the lodge's Fisherman's Special costs $109 and pays for one night in a Seacrest Room and two box lunches. This special runs October 1st through March 15th, Sundays through Thursdays. Then there's the Storm Watchers special, which runs January 2nd through the 31st (not counting holiday weekends) and costs just $99 for a night in a Seacrest Room, or $109 for a log cabin or Seacrest Suite.
    Down at Lake Quinault, the Forest Fall Colors special runs September 5th through October 29th and costs $99-$109 depending on your room choice. The promo code is "FALL." The lodge's bed-and-breakfast special runs from October 29th through March 31st and includes a room for between $100 and $110 and breakfast for two. The code is "BREAK." Finally, the lodge's Fisherman's Package runs November 1st through March 31st, Sundays through Thursdays, with rooms going for $79-$90 per night with a box lunch thrown in. Naturally, the promo code is "FISH."

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