Katmai National Park & Preserve Bear Viewing Lodges
Discover the perfect base camp in Katmai National Park to go bear-viewing, flightseeing, fishing, or hiking. Bear-viewing lodges offer a comfortable and immersive stay amid the pristine wilderness, providing unparalleled access to observe majestic brown bears in their natural habitat, including the world-famous Brooks Falls. With expert guides, you can embark on safe and educational experiences while surrounded by Alaska’s iconic wildlife and breathtaking landscapes. Whether you’re seeking thrilling bear encounters or exploring the stunning wilderness through various outdoor activities, these lodges in Katmai National Park promise an unforgettable and action-packed Alaskan adventure.
Bear Viewing Lodges
Lodges in Katmai National Park
Brooks Lodge offers their own bear viewing tours which are less expensive than most, and give you more time at Katmai National Park to watch bears feasting on sockeye salmon from several viewing platforms. A commercial flight from Anchorage takes you to King Salmon where you’ll switch to a small float plane for a quick 20-minute flight to Brooks Camp. After a brief safety orientation, you can watch bears from several viewing platforms, join the ...more
Boat Based Multi-Day Experiences
Immerse yourself in a multi-day Alaskan adventure that promises incredible views and jaw-dropping bear viewing in Katmai National Park, along with a warm camaraderie that only a small group expedition can create. Explore from your home base on the Island C, a research vessel that gets you close to the action while providing comfortable lodging and delicious meals.
Fly from Anchorage by seaplane to the Northwest Odyssey, anchored off the coast of Katmai National Park. This luxurious yacht will be your home base for spectacular bear viewing and fishing in uncrowded waters.
Bear Viewing Lodges with Day Trips to Katmai
Neighboring lodges that visit Katmai National Park for bear viewing day trips
Stonewood Lodge is a high-end, year-round, all-inclusive getaway to wild Alaska located on the shores of 50-mile long Lake Clark within the Bristol Bay Watershed. Summer activities include prime bear viewing and trophy fishing as well as snowmobiling, skiing and ice fishing in the winter.