Boat tours can be arranged for visitors to take a trip up the Tanana and Yukon Rivers to view the scenery and wildlife.
Three miles beyond Manley Hot Springs is the broad Tanana River, just upstream from its confluence with the Yukon. Boat charters can be arranged to take visitors upriver to fish for salmon, char and grayling.
The famed Manley Hot Springs Resort is long gone but the hot springs themselves still bubble up through the ground warm and soothing into a spring-fed greenhouse where the soaking is done in one of three concrete baths. Surrounding the springs in the greenhouse is a garden of grapes and flowers and often the springs are open to the public for soaking.
Built in 1906, the Manley Roadhouse is one of Alaska's oldest original roadhouses still offering rooms for rent while onsite is mining equipment from the town's heyday.