At Snug Harbor Outpost, you’ll experience history and adventure perfectly combined into one totally unique Alaskan experience. Their owners, staff, and guides are passionate about sharing their slice of Alaska with visitors, and guests feel this during every moment of their trip to this remote adventure lodge.
You can expect to experience serenity in nature, view wildlife and animals, feel a connection with history, enjoy activities like fishing and fossil hunting, indulge with amazing food, spend time with friends, and truly discover America’s final frontier in one unforgettable journey.
Explore Alaska at your own pace by renting an adventure van from Million Mile Adventures. Their vans open the door to a whole new world of untouched beauty and natural splendor in the great state of Alaska. They have two rental vans to choose from; "Alaska" and "Tuck".
Each van offers a cozy full-sized bed with a 10” mattress, luxury high thread count sheets and bedding, butcher block counter, sink, stove, Yeti® cooler, on-demand hot water shower, LED lighting, exterior awning and plenty of storage for all your gear and exploration needs.
For your convenience, an Alaska State Park pass for parking at trailheads is included in your rental.
The famous Kenai River Lodge, located on the beautiful Kenai River in Soldotna, Alaska, offers you the convenience of being in town, while having the river right outside your window. Easily accessible by Anchorage via a 20-minute flight or by highway (150 miles).
They offer: individual deluxe lodging rooms, queen and king size beds, cable TV, telephones, full baths and an outdoor BBQ facility that is available year round. They have 400ft of bank property for private fishing, as well as a cleaning table, chest freezers and a fire pit.
The Bridge Lounge is located on the premises where you can enjoy appetizers, cocktails and local beers on tap, while admiring the amazing Kenai River. Indoor and outdoor seating.
They offer a private brown bear hunting concession that their clients have exclusive access to. Their area covers over 40,000 acres with six, large valley drainages. As part of their long-term business strategy, they take a limited number of clients with the intent of managing and maintaining positive results for years to come. This location holds a highly successful record with the average bear squaring over 9’, and several skulls over the 27” mark.
They use a fleet of enclosed cab Argos for fall Moose, Caribou, and Arctic Grizzly hunts. Clients are highly mobile, traveling in comfort while checking numerous productive hot spots in the area. In the spring they also use snow machines in pursuit of grizzlies that have freshly come out of their dens.
With 14 years guiding in GMU 22D/22E on the Seward Peninsula there is not a more experienced business operating in these guide-use areas.
Grove's Copper River Salmon Charters one of the oldest fishing guide services in the area. They are located in the heart of Alaska's Copper River Basin. The Upper-Copper River region of Alaska is well-known for its massive run of Pacific salmon, and the basin is a fisherman's paradise.
Copper River Salmon are prized for their fat content and known to be the best-tasting salmon in Alaska! Escape the crowds, step off the beaten path, and enjoy one of their fishing trips for the coveted stock of wild salmon on the Klutina River, Tonsina River, Copper River and Gulkana River.
They offer affordable, charters. Fishing is good for for king (chinook) salmon, red (sockeye) salmon, native rainbow trout, arctic greyling, and dolly varden throughout the upper Copper River region of South-central Alaska.
Grove's Copper River Salmon fishing guides are the best river guides in the region. Each fishing guide is professionally licensed in the State of Alaska and has completed an extensive training program, swift-water rescue certification, and Wilderness First Aid/CPR.