Kodiak, Alaska





~What to do in Kodiak~

-Driving / Nature Hiking
-Tours / Museums
-Sport Fishing
-ATV Tours
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Even though Kodiak is the 2nd largest island in the United States, it has less than 90 miles of road to explore. Outdoor activities abound - countless hiking trails exist and there is fantastic sport fishing along the road system and saltwater fishing from local charter operations. ATV and outdoor adventure companies offer day tours to the outreaches of the Kodiak road system. There is also couple of museums in downtown Kodiak which explore the rich cultural history found on the island.

Driving the Road System

Kodiak to Monashka Bay (20 minutes)

Kodiak to Anton Larsen Bay (about 1 hour each way)

Kodiak to Narrow Cape / Pasagshak / Fossil Beach (about 1.5 hours each way)

Kodiak to Chiniak (about 1.5 hours each way)

Hiking Opportunities

Fort Abercrombie State Park

Termination Point Trail (Monoshka Bay)

Barometer Mountain Trail

Heightman Lake

Museums / Interesting Places to Visit

Baranov Museum
101 Marine Way: Monday - Saturday 10 - 4pm ; 12 noon - 4pm on Sunday; admission: $3.00

Alutiiq Museum
215 Mission Rd: Monday - Friday 9 am - 5 pm; Saturday 10 am - 5 pm ; admission: $5.00

Kodiak Inn Chartroom Hallway - Pictures of 1964 Tsunami before & after

Fisheries Research Center Aquarium
Near Island - The focal point for the general public is the large, oval, freestanding aquarium (it holds 3500 gallons), and a touch tank so that visitors may handle intertidal organisms representing the major marine invertebrate phyla in the region.


Kayaking - Orcas Unlimited

ATV tours - Kodiak ATV Adventures - full day guided 4-wheeler tours operated by Mike O'Neil

General Road Tours - Memory Makers

Sport Fishing Charters

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Last page update: January 10, 2012