Our Bed and Breakfast has CLOSED


Established in 1988

Arna and Jeff Fay operated Fox Creek B&B homestay in the old mining town of Fox, Alaska, just 10 miles north of Fairbanks, Alaska's second-largest city. After 25 years in operation we have closed our doors as of December 31, 2013.

Fox Creek B&B was a uniquely Alaskan homestay experience.

We served a full Alaskan-style breakfast featuring items like homemade cinnamon rolls, blueberry pancakes (made with local blueberries), belgian waffles, eggs, reindeer sausage and seasonal fresh fruit. If you prefer a simpler continental breakfast, we can accommodate that too. We endeavor to offer a breakfast that suits your needs.

Our secluded location improved the chances of seeing some of the variety of interior Alaskan wildlife. It is not uncommon to see a moose or occasional fox in the yard. Many kinds of birds as well as several red squirrels frequent our feeder just outside the dining room window.

During the months when it gets dark at night (mid-August to-mid-April), our location away from the city lights makes Fox Creek B&B an excellent place to view the aurora borealis, or "northern lights".

Jeff and Arna

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Fox Creek B&B
2498 Elliott Highway
Fairbanks, AK 99712

907-457-5464 fax