Snowgoose Pond B&B
Your Home Away From Home in The Last Frontier
Welcome to Snowgoose Pond B&B, your peaceful farmhouse-style get away! Go out every day and PLAY in Alaska–hike, bike, fish, flight-see, enjoy a good meal with some local salmon. Then come HOME and experience a warm, and inviting retreat to refresh yourself for whatever Alaska has waiting for you tomorrow. Enjoy a sunny day, lounging on the back deck while taking in the beauty of the Chugach mountains over Snowgoose pond. Or if the day is a little chilly, cozy up in front of the wood stove with a cup of coffee. Can't wait to see you soon!
Homemade breakfast prepared fresh each morning.
Coffee and Tea
A fresh glass is available anytime you would like.
Front and Back decks available for lounging
Parking is included on the property.
TV & Wifi
Complimentary cable television is in each guest room and wifi is available throughout the whole house.
It is our sincere pleasure to serve you and make you feel at home. Let us know if there is anything we can do to make your stay more comfortable!
Snowgoose Pond B&B is a beautiful property. It's surrounded by trees (the fall colors were just starting to show) and sits on a pond with a view of the mountains. The house itself is new and the design/attention to detail is superb. I loved all of the finishes and textures. The kitchen alone was swoon-worthy. Brad & Jinks are very friendly and welcoming. We arrived late in the evening and were greeted with hot tea and homemade macarons. In the morning we had a delicious hot breakfast . . . you won't be disappointed with the food! Overall it was a lovely visit.
THINGS TO DO
You'll find there is no shortage of bike trails in the area. Rent a bike at the bike shop in Palmer and bike to your heart's content.
The Mat-Su Valley has many great fishing rivers--Little Susitna, Big Willow, Little Willow, Montana Creek & others. Let us know before your arrival and we would be happy to schedule a charter.
A hidden gem to much of Alaska, it's where the locals of the Matanuska Susitna valley go to play. With miles to hiking trails and scenic mountain vistas, it is also home to historical Independence Mine Historical park. And if you're here in August and a really good guest, we might just share our blueberry picking secret spots -- shhh!
Government Peak trails are fully operational now for cross country skiing. And there are great trails in Hatchers Pass for snowboarding & sledding as well!
Alaska State Fair
The last fling of summer for Alaska is most assuredly the Alaska State Fair! Rides, concerts, incredible food & all things Alaskan. If you're visiting in August, it's a must see!
And Other Things to See & Do . . .
Hike the Butte
Pet a reindeer at the Reindeer Farm
Learn about dog mushing at the Iditarod Museum
Hit a few balls at the Palmer Golf Course
White water raft on the Matanuska River
Flight-see for gorgeous views of glaciers & wildlife