Hotels in Kenai Peninsula
Reached via seaplane or boat, it has five private chalets and cabins and specializes in so-close-you-can-touch-it wilderness experiences. The food alone is worth the trip: local fishermen stop by several times a week with loads of salmon and oysters.
The former 1930's hunting outpost has a lakeside wood-fired sauna.
Stay at this private-island wilderness lodge.
Accessible only by boat, Alaska Wildland Adventures’ new property is a collection of 16 comfortably rustic log cabins set on a 1,700-acre wildlife sanctuary owned by Alutiiq natives. Here, the park is literally your backyard.