The Cabins at Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge
With only 16 cabins surrounded by a 1,700 acre wildlife sanctuary, it's safe to assume you'll find plenty of "me-time."
For over 40 years, Alaska Wildland Adventures has sought to balance authentic Alaska wilderness experiences with premium service and comfortable lodging. Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge continues this tradition, offering new access to Alaska's breathtaking seacoast with cozy guest accommodations; these private cabins feature on-demand heat and electricity as well as full bath amenities.
A network of boardwalks connect the cabins, providing a comfortable walkway for guests and protecting the environment. In addition to these creature comforts, the unique and breathtaking location of this wilderness lodge is another highlight of the cabins. Guest cabins were designed to be minimally visible from the adjacent Pedersen Lagoon while still offering spectacular views from within. Built with the surrounding wilderness in mind, guests need not leave the comforts of their private cabin to soak in a sense of place; the immensity of the Alaskan landscape is just outside the cabin window.