Kenai Fjords National Park
Created in 1980 to protect some of the most incredible and impenetrable wilderness in Alaska, Kenai Fjords National Park spans 601,839-acres at the foot of Seward. Snow and ice cover 60 percent of the park, and lining the edge is the vast 936-square-mile Harding Icefield. From the massive icefield, countless tidewater glaciers pour down, carving valleys that fill with seawater to form stunning fjords and icebergs the size of small houses. Accessible mainly by boat, many tour companies operate out of the Small Boat Harbor, which is about a mile from Sauerdough Lodging. Save 10% off tours with Kenai Fjord Tours and Major Marine by having us book your tour for you! Call for more details.