The McKinley Park Hotel of 1957 offered $15 8-hour park tours, $20 12-hour tours, nature trail hikes, a "park interpretative program" with "natural color slides and movies of Mt. McKinley," plus fishing of the park's lakes to catch Dolly Varden and Mackinaw trout. If you just wanted to stay on-property, the lodge had the usual comforts: a tennis court, badminton, ping pong, "lawn and parlor games," and evening dancing.
We wish we could tell you what the current McKinley Park Hotel offers, but sadly the place burned up in 1972. It was replaced, but even the newer construction hotel was closed for good in 2001, thanks to the proliferation of other hotels just outside the park gates.
Now we are only left with this pamphlet, and we can only gawk at the 1957 nightly rates printed on it: