Wilderness Lodge is not a “bunkhouse” or a “tent camp” style facility. It is the
only true lodge having modern and private bathrooms in every guest room, and
providing truly gourmet meals on the wild coast of Alaska’s Katmai National
Park. The lodge features high quality and personalized guided bear viewing
and sports fishing experiences (without the crowds) on the coast of the 3.6
million acre Alaska’s Katmai National Park. Kukak Bay, where the lodge is
located, is well known and highly regarded by far-ranging commercial fishermen
and other adventurous Alaskans for its concentration of bears and salmon on which
Enjoy guided excursions by boat to see bears, sea mammals and birds or, fish
for fish and release. You can also fish for trout, cod and black sea bass.
Whether you fly, troll or deep sea fish, our guides will put you in the action!
When you’re not enjoying your bear viewing experiences, relax in the comfort
of a modern log cabin styled lodge, complete with private bathrooms, baths, hot
showers and flush toilets in the middle of the wilderness at Alaska’s Katmai
All packages include lodging, guided bear viewing and guided fishing with a
U.S. Coast Guard licensed boat captains. Also included are gourmet meals, kayaking and round trip float plane travel, Kodiak Island to Kukak Bay.
Bring the Kids! For children two years of age and younger there is no fee. For
children twelve years old and younger a fee of half price is charged.
Katmai National Park and Preserve is famous for volcanoes, brown bears, fish,
rugged wilderness, and North America's highest concentration of prehistoric
human dwellings (about 900).
Katmai National Monument was created to preserve the famed Valley of Ten
Thousand Smokes, a spectacular forty square mile, 100 to 700 foot deep,
pyroclastic ash flow deposited by Novarupta Volcano.
Brown bear are very active in Katmai. The number of brown bears has grown to
more than 2,000. A rich variety of other wildlife is found in the Park as well.
There is plenty room for great diversity of wildlife in Katmai which encompasses
millions of acres of pristine wilderness, with wild rivers and streams, rugged
coastlines, broad green glacial hewn valleys, active glaciers and volcanoes.