The Chistochina Trading Post was a historic roadhouse at mile marker 32 of the Tok Cutoff in the Valdez-Cordova Census Area of southeastern Alaska. It consisted of a connected series of log structures, whose main block is two stories high. The main block, which housed traveler accommodations, is connected to a larger single-story structure, which houses the dining room and bar area. A trading post is believed to have been standing here since as early as 1917; the main lodge was built in 1931.The roadhouse was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1997. It was destroyed by fire in 1999.