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Unwind and relax, steps from the ocean

Accessible only by boat, Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge is the only accommodation on remote Fox Island, situated on a narrow peninsula of land south of Seward, in Resurrection Bay. All cabins afford views of the ocean or our fresh-water lagoon.

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Wilderness Experiences

Self-Guided Exploration

Wander the shores looking for skipping stones, or if you're feeling active, take a challenging (steep) hike through luscious forest to a beautiful viewpoint on the other side of the island. A paddle boat, paddle board and canoe are also available for a peaceful time on our lagoon.

Wood-Fired Sauna

Settle into the soothing and smoky scent of wilderness bliss in our wood-fired sauna — a treasured tradition of relaxation on the island. Just let the team know and they will prepare at your request.

Guided Kayaking Excursion

We've partnered with our good friends at Sunny Cove Kayaking to bring you an included kayaking adventure. Make the most of your time and see the island from a rare point of view. Choose from full day (6.5 hours includes lunch), afternoon (3 hours) or evening (2 hours) trip. Speak to our experts for more information.

Please note: Some kayak tours begin later and end sooner in the season than dates bookable at Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge. Please confirm with a tour consultant that the kayak trip you want to take is running.

Gourmet Meals

Indulge in the comforts of backcountry cooking, with seasonal, regional ingredients spotlighted in every dish. On return from your adventures, you’ll be greeted by the aromas of baked goods, freshly brewed coffee and other delectable snacks at the lodge.

Backcountry Beverages

Order your drink of choice and toast to a day of memories made and more to come. Tea, coffee and hot chocolate are included with your stay.

Wine, beer and spirits at additional cost.

Explore Kenai Fjords

On departure day, choose between two exciting wildlife and glacier cruises by Kenai Fjords Tours, Seward's original tour operator since 1978.

The Northwestern Fjord Tour visits three tidewater glaciers and is home to a plethora of wildlife, before returning to Seward. Departs Fox Island at 9:30 a.m. and ends in Seward at 4:30 p.m.

Should you prefer a shorter tour or if it is not running, the Resurrection Bay Tour is a great alternative that departs at 2 p.m. returning to Seward at 5 p.m.

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We are certified by Adventure Green Alaska as a tourism business that practices economic, environmental, social and cultural sustainability.

Reconnect in nature

Fox Island is remote, and relies on renewable energy sources to power its facilities, making it the ideal place to unplug and reconnect with nature. It's main source of energy is solar power*. Cabins are not equipped with electrical outlets, televisions, radios or telephones. The Wilderness Lodge has a device charging station for guest use.

*For times of additional need, we do have propane generators as a back-up, and the staff have access to emergency communications should the need for contact with the mainland arise.

A member of our team will respond within 24 hours (weekdays) and 48 hours (weekends).

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