Guest Cabins2013 Season: May 31 - September 2
New Lodge Grand Opening In 2013! Learn More
Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge consists of eight guests cabins situated on the narrow peninsula of land just south of Kenai Fjords Tours' Day Lodge.
Four of these cabins are connected in one building, two facing the fresh water lagoon and two facing Resurrection Bay with ocean views. The other four cabins are duplexes, with water views.
- One queen bed and one queen-sized sofa-sleeper
- Premium linens and towels are provided
- Private bath with shower
- One table and two chairs
- Propane heating
- Electric lights (solar powered)
- Battery powered alarm clock
All of our cabins are designated as smoke free areas.
Wildlife and Glacier Cruises
Because transport to/from Fox Island is provided by our sister company, Kenai Fjords Tours, your stay includes a choice of three thrilling wildlife and glacier cruises: The Resurrection Bay Tour, the National Park Tour, or the Northwestern Fjord Tour.
|Valid May 31 – September 3, 2013*|
Choose one of three great cruise options
|Resurrection Bay Tour||$489||$169||» Check Availability|
|National Park Tour||$574||$254||» Check Availability|
|Northwestern Fjord Tour||$594||$274||» Check Availability|
*Prices stated per person. Taxes and fees are not included.
You may also be interested in the 3 day/2 night Fox Island Escape Package. For single traveler reservations or additional nights on Fox Island call us, toll-free:
Check In / Check Out
- Check-in at the Adventure Center in Seward at 11:00 a.m.
- Depart Seward at 12:00 Noon on the Resurrection Bay Tour
- Arrive Fox Island at 1:00 p.m.
- Cabin check-out is 10:00 a.m. but may vary due to cruise selection
Upon arriving at Fox Island, as an overnight guest, you will proceed to Kenai Fjords Wilderness Lodge for a private lunch and orientation. You will then enjoy Chef's Choice Selection for lunch (one entrée - may vary based on dietary restrictions) as your bags are delivered to your cabin. Participate in an afternoon activity or relax in your cabin before your evening dining experience.
Be Kind to Our Environment
Fox Island's main source of energy is solar and wind power, however for times of additional need, we do have a diesel generator as back up support. To conserve energy, we ask that guests turn off lights and reduce the heat in their cabins when not in use. Cabins are not equipped with electrical outlets, and there are no televisions, radios or telephones in the cabins or at the Wilderness Lodge. However, the staff has access to emergency communications if a situation requiring assistance from the mainland should arise.