Adventure Awaits You
Larsen Bay Lodge offers opportunities to experience more than just hunting and fishing. Guests can enhance their Alaskan Adventure by including: Whale Watching, Bear Viewing, Cooking Classes, Kayaking, Stand-up Paddle Boarding, Tide Pools, Cultural Tours, Cannery Tours and more!
Larsen Bay Lodge is located in the heartland of the rugged and beautiful 5,000 square mile Kodiak Island, (which is the second largest island in the United States). Kodiak Island is about the size of Connecticut and is an extension of the Kenai Mountains that form the Kenai Peninsula 90 miles to the northeast. No matter where you are on Kodiak Island, you are always within 15 miles of the coast.Thousands of years ago the entire Kodiak archipelago was covered in glaciers which carved its dramatic landscape and deep fjord-like bays. Then abundant rains, snow, and wind, have applied the finishing touches on the lush, green, rugged topography. In spring and summer, as you fly from the town of Kodiak to Larsen Bay the mountains are carpeted in beautiful green vegetation accented by smatterings of spruce trees giving the island its nickname, "The Emerald Isle".
The community of Larsen Bay is beautifully set at the mouth of the protected waters of Larsen Bay where they join in with Uyak Bay. The gorgeous mountains surrounding the many protected bays are reflected on the crystal clear waters making for unforgettable images and breathtaking sunrises!No matter what the season, the landscape is always spectacular Whether it is the wild flowers of summer, the berries and bright colors of fall, or snow covered mountains, Kodiak is bound to be your new favorite place to visit! There is no better base lodge for your adventures to begin than Larsen Bay Lodge. With our boats and our Beaver floatplane we can put you in the best places to experience the diversity of wildlife and magnificent scenery within minutes. Treat yourself to an unforgettable vacation at Larsen Bay Lodge.
Spectacular Wildlife Viewing
At Larsen Bay Lodge you have access to one of the most spectacular wildlife viewing locations on earth! There is a tremendous variety of marine life and wildlife that you can expect to see. Some of the most cherished memories our clients take back home is the prolific wildlife. Even if you are just coming to fish, bring a pair of binoculars and a good camera with extra memory cards.There are over 200 species of birds on Kodiak! Along the shoreline depending on the time of year, you will see a variety of waterfowl and seabirds, such as Bays, Harbor, Arctic, and Aleutian terns, Barrow's Goldeneye, scoters, and harlequin ducks. Along the beaches reside song sparrows, rock sandpipers, and turnstones. Rocky cliffs along the bays are home to black-legged kittiwakes, horned and tufted puffins, black oystercatchers, and common murres.