The Bear Lodge offers board and card game rentals for guests of the resort that families can enjoy.
Weddings, Reunions & Conference Facilities
Although Bear Lodge itself does not offer any event venues, guests of Bear Lodge at Wedgewood Resort can look to Wedgewood Resort’s facilities for any gathering.
Guests looking to book an event at the hotel will have a variety of available spaces from which to choose. Whether looking for a meeting space, classroom, or banquet hall, the resort offers close to 93,000 square feet of indoor space. These spaces are ideal for business meetings and weddings alike.
Each facility is outfitted with a variety of technological and audio-visual equipment, and catering from the chefs at the resort is available for any event.
Available facilities include the Taiga Center, the Gazebo Room and outdoor patio, and the Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum.
Couples can also make their wedding-day dreams come true when staying at the Bear Lodge at Wedgewood Resort. The resort offers a range of indoor venues that are perfect for weddings of any size and aesthetic, including the beautiful Borealis Ballroom. The resort supplies lodging for event attendees, culinary services, and ceremony coordination by resort staff.
The resort can accommodate events with up to 400 guests.
Things to Do Nearby
Located near the Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary and the Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, the Bear Lodge offers visitors the opportunity to enjoy the sights, hike around the grounds, and observe the wild animals.
On the grounds, guests of the lodge can also visit the Alaska Activity Island for a local’s perspective on Alaska, or the Taiga Center for evening showings of movies made in or about Alaska. These spaces are located within the Wedgewood Resort.
Guests of the lodge can also enjoy visiting museums like the on-site Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum, which includes a collection of cars from the twentieth-century. The Museum of the North is located on the University of Alaska – Fairbanks campus where guests can enjoy a look into the cultural and natural history of Alaska.
Bear Lodge even provides transportation to nearby Pioneer Park. Pioneer Park is a museum and theme park that includes restored structures from Fairbanks’ founding, a recreation of an Alaska Native village, and a railroad museum.
Guests of the lodge can also book gold panning tours, riverboat trips, dog sledding excursions, and viewings of the Northern Lights.
Downtown Fairbanks has a variety of restaurants, bars, and coffeehouses for visitors craving a night on the town. Guests can enjoy shopping at the Great Alaskan Bowl Company, which is one of the last bowl mills in the United States, or visit the Santa Claus House in North Pole, Alaska, which is located just outside of Fairbanks. Fairbanks also offers a 16-screen movie theater, arts festivals, and farmers markets. Get Rates
Bear Lodge at Wedgewood Resort, 352 Wedgewood Dr, Fairbanks, AK 99701, Phone: 907-452-1442
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