Best Things to Do in Seldovia
Embark on a fishing charter or check out the hiking trails, local attractions, and more.
Things to Do
Seldovia Day Tours & Attractions View All
Take a step back into Seldovia’s past while learning about the present at the Seldovia Museum & Visitor Center. Check out detailed exhibits on the cultural traditions and legacies of the Native peoples of the area, see interactive wildlife exhibits and pick up free travel information and maps.
All of the freight, materials, equipment and vehicles come in to Seldovia “over” the City Dock. This is a deep water dock and the Alaska Marine Highway Ferries Tustumena and Kennicott tie up here on a weekly basis and provide a link, a highway if you will, to the rest of Alaska. Those of us that live here rely on this link and use the City Dock and the ferry as one in the lower forty-eight states might use a county road to get to town. The ferry ...more
Half-Day Fishing Charters Embark on a half day fishing charter with Rainbow Tours and try your luck reeling in one of Kachemak Bay’s world famous Halibut. Rainbow Tours has been in business since 1982, and experienced guides will help you reel in your catch. While this is a fishing charter, it is not uncommon to see wildlife while you are out on the water. Seldovia Wildlife Tour This is a 7 hour narrated tour begins in Homer and… ...more
Seldovia Parks & Trails View All
The trail is considered between easy and moderate in difficulty. The Otter-bahn is a dirt trail that winds through old-growth spruce forest and has exposed roots and rocks throughout its length. There are just a few moderate inclines, but otherwise is a fairly flat trail. Local school children built the trail some twenty years ago.
The Rocky Ridge Trail is one of the most well used — and well-developed — trails in the Seldovia area. The whole trail, which makes a loop, only takes about two hours to hike, and from here you’re within walking distance of any spot in town. There are two trailheads: one behind the airport and another three quarters of a mile out of town, on Rocky St. If you do the full loop, it’s a moderate-to-difficult hike, but you can also make it an… ...more