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With no whitewater and easy public access, the Chena River is one of the most popular rivers to float in the Fairbanks area with a variety of day and multi-day trips are possible in either canoes or rafts. A series of boat launches are located along Chena Hot Springs Road and canoes can be rented in Chena Hot Springs or Fairbanks.
Chena Springs are a natural hot springs that have been popular since the early 1900s and possibly longer as there is evidence Native Alaskans enjoyed the springs as well. Today the water is pumped into several indoor and outdoor tubs and Jacuzzis that sooth weary visitors at 106 degrees and into an indoor pool at 94 degrees. There is also Rock Lake, a boulder-ringed outdoor swimming hole with a fountain at its center.
The easiest way to see the rugged terrain that is Chena River State Recreation Area is with a flightseeing tour that can be arranged at the Chena Hot Springs airstrip.
A horse stable at Chena Hot springs allows visitors to explore the surrounding woods and foothills on horseback. Rides are guided and can be as short as half hour.
Mountain bikes are available for rent at Chena Hot Springs and are an excellent way to explore the nearby trails and two-tracks.
Well away from the city lights of Fairbanks, Chena Hot Springs is an excellent place to see the aurora borealis or, as they are more commonly known as, the northern lights. Generally by late summer the aurora begins to appear and can be enjoyed by those willing to stay up after midnight. By mid-September the lights are dazzling and in the winter the most popular activity is soaking in the outdoor hot tubs while watching the northern lights overhead.
There are seven public use cabins located throughout Chena River State Recreation Area and can be reserved online through the Alaska Stare Parks reservation system (dnr.alaska.gov/parks/cabins).
Sled dog kennels at Chena Hot Springs offer tours of the facilities that are often home to more than 50 dogs. Sled dog rides are offered year-round with teams running across snow-covered trails in the winter and a custom wheeled cart replacing the sled in the summer.
The Chena River is renown for its catch-and-release arctic grayling fishery while also in the state recreation area are four road-accessible ponds that are stocked annually with rainbow trout and with arctic grayling and open for fishing.
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