Proudly located in the town of Hope, Creekbend Company is becoming one of the states favorite travel destinations featuring a restaurant, campground, lodge, market and event services. Creekbend strives to provide great food, great hospitality, and exciting community events for locals and visitors alike. The town of Hope, known for its peaceful recreation and historic charm, is a must-visit Alaskan location centrally located on the Kenai Peninsula.

Grab breakfast, lunch or dinner at Creekbend Cafe. Host your wedding or catch some live music at The Acres, our gorgeous lawn behind the restaurant. Rest easy in the guest rooms, cabins or RV campground at Coldwater Lodge and visit the Market if you need any last minute groceries. Your trip to Hope, Alaska will be one you will never forget! 


Creekbend Cafe is gearing up for a fantastic 2021 Spring and Summer season featuring an expanded outdoor area to eat, drink, relax and take in the Alaskan beauty. We are excited to cautiously bring events back this summer and plan to host Live Music every Friday & Saturday evening, as well as our new Sunday Brunch Series. The tentative summer lineup is out now, purchase your cover online in advance to help us ensure safe and fun events!

  • 4th Annual Hope Hangout
    4th Annual Hope Hangout
    Creekbend Cafe
    Sep 18, 5:00 PM – 9:00 PM
    Creekbend Cafe, 64777 2nd Street, Hope, AK 99605, USA
    Groove all night long with some of the best talent in the state... Mel & Friends with support from Super Saturated Sugar Strings, Rosie Rush, and JunoSmile!

Hope is a historic mining town, founded in the late 1800's. The discovery of gold in Six Mile Creek set off one of Alaska's first gold rushes. Within a year, more than 3,000 miners settled in the area. 


Hope, Alaska hasn't changed much since the gold rush ended. Today, Hope is a quiet and historic trip back through time. Hope is what visitors to Alaska envision the state to look like - mountain views, wooded surroundings, log cabins, unique cafes and friendly people. The year round population is anywhere between 150 and 250, depending on who you ask. The Hope School is K-12, and it has about 15 children.


The natural area provides an epic place for outdoor enthusiasts to travel year round. Rafting, fishing, hiking, skiing and more. We ask those visiting Hope to acknowledge our historical and natural significance and go out of your way to respect the land and community. Pick up trash, even if its not yours, respect private property, drive slowly in town, and perhaps donate to a local cause to help support keeping Hope a clean, beautiful and one-of-a-kind Alaska town!

Hope. Small Town. Big Adventure. 

For more information, visit the Hope Chamber of Commerce Website