A Bit About Us

If These Walls Could Talk

Moose Pass originated over a century ago as a layover point on the famed Iditarod Trail and a station on the Alaskan Railroad. The lodge saw its beginnings on the shores of Trail Lake in the late 1940’s and for more than 40 years was a Peninsula landmark known as the Jockey Club.  

That Was Then, This is Now. There's Much More to Come!

Renamed in 1989, Trail Lake Lodge has 22 rooms, a lakeside burled wood pavilion for weddings and live music, a float plane dock and full service bar and restaurant.

 

It’s not white glove service, more like field gloves and warm mittens. We're proud of the genuine connections we make with our guests and we do our best to make their stay memorable, exciting, comfortable and hassle free. 

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Welcome to Moose Pass, Alaska
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Overnight Yurt Stay on Eagle River
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Local Musicians Return to Moose Pass
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World Class Fishing
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Clear for Takeoff!
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Trail Lake Lodge Bar
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The Event Center! The TLL Pavilion
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Trail Lake Lodge Accomodation
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Music at Trail Lake Lodge
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Infinite Adventures at AK State Fair
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Float Planes on Trail Lake
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Welcome to The Kenai!
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Guest Registration and Merchandise
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Alaska Love!
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Winter Fun in Moose Pass!
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Local Tourist
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Blackwater Railroad at TLL
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Our Backyard
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