A comfortable stay
The Outpost on the Nush has all the essentials you’ll need for a comfortable stay in the Alaskan bush. Our camp facilities include a full kitchen and dining room, a drying room/lounge, hot showers, incinerating toilets, and modest but comfortable guest cabins situated on the river side. Sleeping arrangements are two guests per cabin, with comfortable mattresses, sleeping bags, lighting and electrical outlets. Linens are provided, along with pillows, washcloths, towels, etc.
Food and beverages
All meals are cooked home-style from fresh ingredients. Throughout the week, dinner entrées will vary with local and seasonal availability and can include fresh veggies, homemade breads and pastry and desserts, steaks, chicken, pork, and fresh fish. Breakfast will include sausage and bacon, eggs to order, hot or cold cereals, oatmeal, pancakes and other hearty options. Lunch on the river typically includes sandwiches, chips, veggies, treats, and a choice of drink. Hors d’oeuvres are served upon arrival to camp after the fishing day, and wine, beer, and a limited amount of liquors are included in your camp stay. Please feel free to bring a bottle or two of your favorite spirits or wines with you to camp.
Non-angling activities and options
Bird and wildlife viewing are abundant at camp. Nearby salmon redds can be accessed, but hiking is not possible without a boat ride from camp. Outpost on the Nush is a very fishing-focused operation, and most guests choose to fish each day of their trip.
Communications devices are available for your use in an emergency, but there is no WiFi or cell service in camp.