has 25 campsites, picnic shelter, water, and toilets. It can be found at the north end of town just past the airport.
built in 1905, is the oldest roadhouse in Interior Alaska. John and Florence Sullivan operated the log inn from 1905-1922. Today, the restored log structure is a museum that houses many of the now antique items that were used by John and Florence.
The museum is also home to a collection of artifacts and photographs from the early 1900s as well as entertaining portions of a local man’s diary. The Sullivan Roadhouse is located across from the Visitors Center and is open 7 days a week from 9 to 6. Admission is free.