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.
“One of the greatest times of my life. I will continue to go to this lodge every year.”
— Roger G, North Dakota, 6-time repeat client
Kodiak Legends Lodge is a quick 25-minute flight from Kodiak (town) to Larsen Bay.
Guests can book flights to Larsen Bay with one of the two local carriers. Island Air (1-800-478-6196) or Servant Air (1-877-487-4400). Island Air offers 3 flights daily Monday through Saturday and one flight on Sunday. Servant Air offers two flights daily Monday through Friday.
After arriving in Larsen Bay, our staff will pick you up at the runway and bring you to the lodge (a short 2-minute drive from the lodge).
Direct charters from Anchorage to Larsen Bay are available, please contact us if you would like our assistance in helping to arrange a charter.
At the heart of the operation is the lodge located on Kodiak Island, approximately 60 miles southwest of the city of Kodiak in Larsen Bay, Alaska.
The luxurious lodge rests right on the shoreline of Uyak Bay, a stunningly beautiful, protected body of water surrounded by vibrant, green, velvet hills and mountains, capped with sparkling white diamonds of snow. It’s not uncommon to see whales, bears, and sea otters right from the deck of the lodge.
The main lodge has over 5,000 square feet of living space with five suites, a large entertainment room, and the main dining room and kitchen.
The main dining room seats 20 people and overlooks the beautiful Uyak Bay. Here you will enjoy gourmet meals prepared by our trained chef who creates memorable dishes with imaginative flavors and local ingredients.
In the evenings, gourmet appetizers are served in the recreation room where you can relax by the fireplace, play a game of pool, connect to the wireless internet or sit down and catch up on world events on our television. The sauna on the beach overlooking Uyak Bay also provides a great way for guests to relax and wind down after days filled with adventure in the Alaska wilderness.
Our staff is here to serve you and ensure you have an extraordinary and personalized experience. We take care in hiring experienced personnel that share our love for Kodiak Island and do all they can to make sure that guests will also want to return to year after year.
The Ultimate Family Experience – Alaska Luxury that Redefines “Roughing It” and Provides Endless Fun for the Entire Family
While many remote Alaskan wilderness lodges feature primitive lodging and amenities that tend to cater towards a “guys” fishing trip, Kodiak Legends Lodge is a different story…
From an experiential perspective, there is no shortage of activities for the entire family to enjoy. Even if your family is not experienced at fishing, we strongly encourage beginners. Our highly experienced guides take pleasure in introducing newcomers to the wonderful sport of fishing. At certain times during the year the salmon run is so thick that several of our guests have caught fish with their bare hands – just like a bear!
Other activities that the whole family can participate in together are wildlife viewing for Kodiak’s endless wildlife (including Kodiak brown bears, whales, eagles, sea otters and more), hiking, river rafting, beach-combing, flight seeing and ATV riding.
Please join us for the Ultimate Family Wilderness Experience!
“This trip was one of the best trips we have ever taken. I don’t think I have ever been more relaxed in my entire life. It was the trip of a lifetime.”
Guest Deana P., Ohio.