There's always something interesting happening at Stillpoint Lodge.
We love to share our stories and hope you enjoy this little peek into our lives in the seaside village of Halibut Cove... on the edge of the Alaskan wilderness.
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The midnight sunset is an unforgettable part of the Alaska dream vacation... Many people have a hard time imagining what it will be like to have 24 of daylight.
Please take a moment to enjoy this time-lapse video shot in June 2016 from the Daybreeze Cabin at Stillpoint Lodge in Halibut Cove, Alaska... You can see a boat full of guests returning from a sunset whale watching cruise with Captian JT Thurston. These days are long and full of activity.
THE CALL OF THE WILD
Alaska's Stillpoint Lodge: A Lodge for Adventurers
Is there anything sweeter than male bonding rituals, kayaking among icebergs, spectacular whale watching and bear viewing that feels like you’re in a National Geographic film? After a week at Stillpoint Lodge, it’s hard to recall a more adventurous, memorable travel experience.
Stillpoint is a second-generation, family owned and operated lodge. Long time Alaskans Jim and Jan Thurston originally built the lodge, christened The Alaska Center for Creative Renewal in 2003, to host retreats for artists and interfaith spiritual groups. A transition to the name Stillpoint Lodge in 2007 marked an inclusion of more events such as board retreats, weddings and continuing education credit workshops.
Since 2015, under the new direction of son JT Thurston, Stillpoint Lodge is now opening its doors to not only cater to groups, but also welcome individual vacationers, families and executive travelers. Pairing playful eco-adventures with revitalizing leisure activities and traditional lodge offerings has created the "Perfect Escape".
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