While it may not seem like it, the holiday season is just around the corner. Although many people always know what to get their loved ones, you may find yourself lying awake at night, pondering the perfect gift. Whether it's for your spouse, parent, child, or friend, an Alaskan adventure is something they won't soon [...]
Katmai National Park has risen to prominence for two main reasons: an illustrious collection of volcanoes and an abundance of Alaskan wildlife. For decades, avid outdoor enthusiasts have traveled our beloved regional treasure due in no small part to its remote location and unspoiled alpine environment.
As the long days of summer slowly slip away, many of Alaska’s tourists will be leaving as well, making fall a great time for a vacation. With its crystal clear waters, surrounded by stoic mountains and vast wilderness, it’s no wonder that kayaking in Alaska is such a popular activity for outdoor enthusiasts stepping foot in our slice of paradise. One of the most valuable assets held by Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge is its seamless access to the Naknek River and Katmai National Park.
Bear viewing in Alaska is one of the must-do activities to pursue while on an Alaska vacation. Like most remote areas, the best places for bear viewing are only accessible by floatplane or boat and are just a short ride from Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge. Brooks Falls at Katmai National Park provides the opportunity for bear viewing in Alaska like no other place. This national treasure is filled with awe-inspiring mountain forests and the pristine lakes and waterways that exemplify the Alaskan wilderness. Bear viewing at its core is a relatively simple endeavor. However, we’d like to share with you some useful information to help maximize the experience.
Anyone lucky enough to have experienced the Alaska king salmon season will tell you it is an exhilarating accomplishment to pull in one of these enormous species. Now, there are a plethora of Alaskan fishing lodges to select; however, Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge—situated within the Bristol Bay watershed— serves as an unofficial entrance to the Katmai National Park and offers an ideal location for fishing and other outdoor Alaskan adventures.
Alaska truly is the land of adventure, and a stay at Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge will be no exception. With their custom adventures, it’s easier than ever to include everything from fly-fishing to wildlife viewing in Katmai National Park to your Alaska adventure. With their lodge and log cabins available for your accommodations, you’ll not only have everything you need to be more than comfortable during one of Alaska’s most beautiful seasons, but you’ll have every Alaska adventure you could think of right outside your door.
Alaska is known for its expansive wilderness and diverse wildlife, and there’s no better moment to experience both of these things than to witness the Brooks Falls Salmon Run—where the Alaskan Brown Bears gather in the river to catch pounds of salmon to eat. Alaska, however, is huge, and figuring out the perfect place to stay to have an authentic Alaskan experience can seem daunting.
Immerse yourself in some of the most secluded and untouched wilderness of the King Salmon Alaska area on an epic fishing adventure that will take your breath away. Join Alaska’s Gold Creek Lodge for the fly-out fishing experience of a lifetime. When it comes to Alaska fishing adventures, our team takes pride in offering only [...]
We all know that King Salmon Alaska is known for its world-class fishing waters and breathtaking landscapes. However, there are even more marvelous things to see and experiences to be had on our waters. From watching walruses sun themselves on the rocky shores to experiencing thousands of salmon fighting the currents during the spawning season, [...]
Mother Nature has always been one to create unexpected events that completely shift regions and create miles of morphed landscapes. From earthquakes to storms, everything can change in a single day. In 1912, the Katmai National Park region changed forever with the eruption of Mount Katmai and later-named Novarupta, which left what is now called [...]