Kodiak Legends Lodge on Kodiak Island is Close to Katmai National Park and the Ultimate Alaska Vacation
Kodiak Legends Lodge is located in Larsen Bay, a small town roughly 60 miles southwest of Kodiak. Larsen Bay is efficiently accessible only by airplane or boat, as there are no roadways through Kodiak’s untouched wilderness.
Kodiak Island is located directly south of the Alaska mainland, roughly 250 miles from Anchorage. The body of water separating Kodiak from the mainland is the Shelikof Strait, named after the Russian merchant who founded the first colony in Russian America (Alaska). Directly across the Shelikof is Katmai National Park, famous for its brown bears and spectacular scenery, with stunning glacier lakes and untouched wilderness.
From Kodiak to Larsen Bay, guests can book one of three daily flights with Island Air (1-800-478-6196)
From Kodiak to Larsen Bay, Kodiak Legends Lodge will arrange air transportation via a local carrier. It is a quick 25-minute flight across the island with spectacular scenery where you are likely to see Sitka Blacktail Deer, Mountain Goats, and Kodiak’s Legendary Brown Bear.
After arriving in Larsen Bay, our staff will pick you up at the runway (or the beach in front of the lodge if arriving by floatplane) and bring you to the lodge. The Larsen Bay airport is a 2-minute drive from the lodge. Alternatively, charter flights are available directly from Anchorage directly to Larsen Bay – please contact us if you would like our assistance in helping to arrange a charter flight.