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.
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.
Many people visit Alaska's Gold Creek Lodge for world-class fishing excursions. Here in King Salmon, we're positioned in a perfect location to access several great fishing spots. However, depending on where you're fishing, your experience can vary. Let our team give you a brief rundown of the possibilities, highlighting the types of salmon in Alaska you could catch, plus a few more.
Alaska is meant for adventure. While you spend your days fishing, kayaking, and scouting Alaska nature, you should return to equally exciting, yet cozy rooms that remind you of your experiences of the day. Here in King Salmon, we have Alaska yurts and log cabins for a lodging experience you won’t find anywhere else.