Kenai Fjords National Park

Kenai Fjords National Park

Other Areas of Interest in Kenai Fjords

Abra Cove

Most of the Abra Cove area is private property owned by the Port Graham Village Corporation. A special permit from the corporation is required to explore the area on foot above the mean high tide line. There is a small parcel of public land on the south side of ...

READ MORE
Bear Cove

Bear Cove's main camping beach is located at the back of the cove. There is a food storage locker at the north end of the beach. One of the few good campsites in southeast Aialik Bay, this beach can be busy and sometimes serves as a drop-off and pick-up ...

READ MORE
Coleman Bay Area

The Aialik Bay Ranger Station is located in the small cove just south of Coleman Bay. The station also serves as the Park Rangers' residence. Please respect their privacy outside of work hours - but don't hesitate to contact them in an emergency. The small pocket beach to the ...

READ MORE
Holgate Beach

Holgate Glacier is a beautiful place to visit, but Holgate Arm can be a bit rough with its combination of ocean swells, strong winds from the glacier, waves from calving ice, and tour boat wakes. Avoid the small beaches near the glacier - they are prone to being completely ...

READ MORE
Kayak Drop-Off Beach Area

The small gravel spit indicated on the photo is a popular drop-off and pick-up point for kayak parties taking a water taxi to Northwestern Fjord. There is a food locker located near the edge of the trees, but PLEASE DO NOT SPEND MORE THAN ONE NIGHT AT THIS LOCATION ...

READ MORE
McMullen Cove

The cobble spit in this cove offers good protection if you land in the small bight at the southeast end. This is a very good beach for landing boats - steep cobble, but protected from surf. A food storage locker is located at the south end of the spit ...

READ MORE
Northeastern Glacier Beach

This long, flat beach can make for a long carry at low tide. Make sure your camp and gear are placed well above the high tide line. A food storage locker is located just into the alders near the north end of the beach. Be vigilant about food storage ...

READ MORE
Otter Cove

Unofficially called Otter Cove, this area is private property owned by the Port Graham Village Corporation. A special permit is required to camp or explore the area on foot above the mean high tide line. There are several good camping sites within the cove. There are no food storage ...

READ MORE
Pedersen Lagoon

The Pedersen Lagoon area is private property owned by the Port Graham Village Corporation. A special permit is required if you wish to explore the area on foot above the mean high tide line. There is a one-acre public easement (maximum stay of 24 hours) located within the lush ...

READ MORE
Quicksand Cove

A stream divides the sandy beach of Quicksand Cove into southern and northern sections - both have great campsites in the forest, but only the south side has a food storage locker and hanging cable. The gravel beach on the southeast side of the cove is not as good ...

READ MORE
Redstone Glacier Beach

Getting to this beach can be difficult due to heavy icepack. Be careful not to get trapped as the icepack closes in behind you. Watch out for waves from calving Northwestern Glacier. Good tent sites are hard to find. No food storage facilities or trees are available at this ...

READ MORE
Small beach near Southwestern Glacier Beach

This small beach has a food storage locker located at the southwest end of the beach in the alders approximately 50 meters from the high tide line. The food locker can be difficult to find. Camping space is limited on this beach, especially on a high tide. Strong glacial ...

READ MORE
Sunlight Glacier Beach

This long, flat beach can make for a long carry at low tide. Make sure your camp and gear are placed well above the high tide line. A food storage locker is located on high ground near the middle of the beach, just in front of the alder line. ...

READ MORE
Tooth Cove Area

These three small coves are very similar. Only the middle one, Tooth Cove, is officially named. Few parties camp in these coves and camping space is limited. The best beaches are at the back of Tooth Cove and South Tooth Cove. There are no large trees near these beaches ...

READ MORE
Verdant Cove

There are two parcels of private property in this cove (not owned by Port Graham Village Corporation). If you are paddling between Aialik Bay and Northwestern Fjord this cove marks the end (or beginning) of a long stretch of shoreline with no good campsites. The southeastern beach is fairly ...

READ MORE