Wedgewood Resort Apartments are located on a 105-acres resort surrounded by a 75-acre wildlife sanctuary and a 2,000-acre migratory wildlife refuge. Experience the natural beauty Fairbanks, Alaska has to offer. Enjoy the quiet, seclusion and breathtaking scenery along with the convenience of being minutes from downtown shopping, attractions, and cultural events. With its location off of College Road, it is a great place to live for people who use the local bus for transportation, too!
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Wedgewood offers one and two bedroom condo-style apartments. Annual leases are available on these units.
Wedgewood Apartments are centrally located between downtown Fairbanks and the University of Alaska Fairbanks, making it an ideal base for faculty, students, and UAF staff. It is also the perfect location for military service personnel and families stationed at Fort Wainwright. Seasonal workers enjoy the convenience of location, as well.
The apartments are spacious and provide residents with fully-equipped kitchens, separate living and dining rooms with the bedrooms arranged off the dining area and the bathroom separate from the bedroom.
All units are fully furnished, including flat-screen TVs and bedroom A/C units. Bring your own linens and dishes and you’re ready to move in!
All units are pet-free and non-smoking.
Wedgewood Apartments are located at the popular Wedgewood Resort. Visiting friends and family can stay at the Wedgewood Resort Hotel or Bear Lodge at the resort. The Golden Bear Restaurant and Bear’s Tale Lounge offer dining and beverages on site in the Summer months. Enjoy the adjacent Wildlife Sanctuary, the wetlands and Wander Lake or explore the trails of Creamer’s Field Waterfowl Refuge next door. A visit to the Fountainhead Antique Auto Museum at Wedgewood Resort is rated one of the Top Things to Do in Fairbanks on Trip Advisor.
The Wedgewood Wildlife Sanctuary is a naturally beautiful reserve that is home to an impressive variety of Interior Alaska’s wildlife. Owned by Wedgewood Resort and connecting to the Creamer’s Field Migratory Waterfowl Refuge, the sanctuary offers a prime opportunity for visitors to enjoy a quiet nature walk around Wander Lake. Benches located along the trail system provide plenty of opportunities for trail users to rest and watch for wildlife.
More than 120 bird species, 15 kinds of mammals, three species of fish, one amphibian, and a wealth of insects and plants have been recorded in the sanctuary.
These include migratory birds as well as year-round resident chickadees, redpolls, owls, flying squirrels, and moose. You can explore how plants and animals survive Alaska’s extreme climate by reading the Sanctuary Discovery signs located along the trails.