Welcome to the Lodge!

Kaska’s lodge was originally a Hudson Bay Company store and warehouse located seven miles upstream from the current location of the lodge. A winter settlement had been established on the Kaskattama River to provide access to the area’s rich bounty of furs, which were trapped during the winter. The Hudson Bay Company closed the store at the Kaskattama settlement in 1951 and the settlement was mostly abandoned in 1957 when York Factory closed and the population that resided there were relocated inland.

The present-day Kaska Goose lodge is a modern, comfortable structure housing the guest dining room, television lounge and kitchen. Large picture winds in the dining room provide panoramic views of the Kaskattama River.


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