Embrace the pristine natural wonders surrounding Port Lions Lodge, nestled on the picturesque shores of Kizhuyak Bay. Immerse yourself in daily encounters with an array of local marine and wildlife, featuring the renowned Kodiak brown bear, majestic humpback whales, playful orcas, charismatic sea lions, enchanting puffins, elusive red foxes, graceful Sitka blacktail deer, soaring bald eagles, and more.
As an owner-operated Kodiak Island fishing and hunting lodge, we provide the ideal gateway to fully experience the unparalleled natural beauty of Alaska. Join us for an unforgettable adventure where the breathtaking landscapes and diverse wildlife create a truly immersive and awe-inspiring Alaskan experience
Experience the charm of our lodge designed to accommodate up to 10 guests simultaneously. Each bedroom offers double occupancy and includes a private bathroom for your utmost comfort. Indulge in a daily culinary delight with three full meals, appetizers, and homemade desserts served to tantalize your taste buds. Enjoy the convenience of provided transportation to and from Kodiak City.
Enjoy the convenience of provided transportation to and from Kodiak City.
Stay connected with complimentary internet access via WIFI. Immerse yourself in the tranquility of our surroundings while enjoying the modern amenities that make your stay seamless and enjoyable. Join us for an unforgettable retreat, where every detail is crafted to ensure your visit is a cherished experience.
Experience the therapeutic embrace of our wood-burning Banya, a traditional Russian bathhouse that serves as an intimate haven for relaxation. Thoughtfully crafted for comfort, this cozy sanctuary effortlessly accommodates four people, providing an immersive experience crafted to alleviate muscle tension and promote relaxation. Immerse yourself in the calming steam, where the aromatic essence infused with essential oils creates a haven of tranquility.
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January - Waterfowl
April-May - Spring Bear
June-September - Fishing
October - Mountain Goat
October-November - Fall Bear
November-December -Sitka Black Tail Deer