Land Where the Ice Age Lingers

Kenai Fjords National Park encompasses over 600,000 acres of unspoiled wilderness on the southeastern coast of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula. As a popular seaside town, take advantage of the many vessels that frequent the waters of Resurrection Bay and tour the Kenai Fjords National Park. Trips vary in duration, but you are likely to encounter sea otters, sea lions, harbor seals, humpback and orca whales, marine birds, glaciers, and calving glacier ice.

A map detailing the location of Kenai Fjords National Park in Alaska.

Featured Itineraries

Seward Glacier Hiking

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Alaska Active Adventure

Alaskan fireweed backlit by sunset sky

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Full view of Denali reflected in calm lake on a clear day

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Alaska National Park Collector

Alaska Railroad alongside river and fireweed with Denali in background

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Highlights of Alaska

View of lake deck, and rocking chairs from Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge main lodge building

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Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge