Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is the only accommodation on remote Fox Island. The lodge consists of eight guest cabins situated on a narrow peninsula of land just south of Kenai Fjords Tours
’ Day Lodge. Four cabins are connected in one building, two facing the fresh-water lagoon and two facing Resurrection Bay with ocean views. The other four cabins are duplexes, with water views.
The main lodge’s cozy guest lounge and dining room - featuring expansive views of the spanning island and the ocean bay - is the perfect spot for socializing with the other guests or curling up with a book. Comb the beach skipping stones or explore the island and its two undeveloped Alaska State Marine Parks.
Fox Island is close to Seward, but it’s a world away from the ordinary. The waters surrounding it are a rich blue green color, reflecting the weather and lapping upon the shore. Marine wildlife is abundant near Fox Island. Guests cruising to or from the island commonly see Steller sea lions, otters, whales, Dall's porpoise, and an endless variety of seabirds that include eagles, puffins, cormorants, and murres.