The Bureau of Land Management originally owned the property. In 1960, the 5 acres were staked and deeded as a trade and manufacturing site to a Homer, Alaska family who built the original log cabin. The BLM land surrounding the lodge was designated Lake Clark National Park & Preserve by President Carter in the early 80’s. Around 1984, an air taxi owner/guide purchased the property. He constructed a few of the buildings and operated as a fishing lodge for a number of years under the name Telaquana Lodge. In 1991, an Anchorage local purchased the fishing lodge and continued operations until 1995 (when it became a private retreat).
In 1999, the property was purchased by Wayne & Jeanie Holm. The lodge was reopened as Redoubt Mountain Lodge in 2000 after significant upgrades and renovations were made. Each year improvements continue & new equipment is added to maximize guests' comfort & experience. Together, Wayne, Ryan & Heather are committed to providing a premier wilderness facility that offers an unforgettable Alaskan experience!”