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Louise Susitna Tyone Community Association is a 501(c)6 non-profit organization. HC 01 PO Box 1678 Glennallen, AK 99588

3 Lakes Rentals, LLC: Located at 15.5 mile Lake Louise Road, Alaska. Providing year round covered, and non-covered storage units, and spaces for all your recreational needs: motor homes, snowmobiles, boats, 4 wheelers, and much more. Fenced, 24 hr. CCTV digital surveillance, static and sensor lighting, alarms, and a stationed guard 

Please contact: 907-360-9361 or 907-360-9362, E-mail

Evergreen Lodge: has a lovely view of Lake Louise to the north and is enclosed in a protected bay lined with spruce and aspen trees.  They offer Bed & Breakfast lodging and have a private marina with boat docks, deep water launch, storage, gas and propane. 

Phone - (907) 822-3250 
Lake Louise Lodge:  Non-smoking full service lodge open year round. Located at Mile 16.1 Lake Louise Road. Lake Louise Lodge is a lodge within a lodge known for "Arriving as a stranger but leaving as a friend". Offering rooms with private baths, rustic cabins, lounge, full service restaurant specializing in Alaskan seafood. Other services: Showers, gas, propane, ice, firewood, boat/motor rentals, free Wi-Fi, playground, and kid friendly beach. Find us on Facebook for list of events and activities.

 Email: ~~~  ~~~  (907) 822-3311

The Point Lodge:   Known for its friendly Alaskan hospitality, comfortable rooms, great food, and panoramic views of the lake and mountains.  Guest amenities include a full bar, restaurant, and a deep water boat launch. Dinner served at 7pm, with reservations.  We welcome independent travelers, small tour groups, and retreats.  Adjacent to the Lake Louise State Recreation Area.  Seasonal boat parking permits available. Located at Mile 17.2 Lake Louise Road.

 Email: ~~~  ~~~  (907) 822-5566

Lake Louise State Recreation Area is comprised of two campgrounds, Army Point and Lake Louise.  The U.S. Army established this facility at the end of WW II building the first road into the area, there are still remains of the first Army cabins, one was used by Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower for four days before he was president.  The campground has 62 campsites, a caravan area, boat launch, toilets, water, picnic pavilion and a hiking trail.  The lake has year round fishing and sports four species of fish:  lake trout, whitefish, burbot and arctic grayling.  Camping ($15), Boat Launch ($10), Daily Parking ($5) Free parking of vehicle and boat trailer with a boat launch at Army Point Lot #1 

(907) 441-7575

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