Currently all facilities will be open and operate as normal for the 2020 summer season. Visitors are encouraged to bring exact change for fees in an effort to limit cash handling (checks also accepted). Please be mindful of others and practice social distancing.
Along with the salmon we all love to catch, the Kenai Peninsula abounds with moose, bear, eagles and other wildlife as well.
Respect for wildlife is important–always observe from a safe distance. The sighting of these animals can be a truly awe inspiring experience, but please act responsibly–we wouldn’t want to see any of our guests (human or animals) get hurt! If you spot a bear or moose in or near one of our facilities, we’d appreciate it if you would let a manager or camp host know about it, even if it has already left the area.
THE LINKS BELOW PROVIDE TIPS ON DEALING WITH ANIMAL ENCOUNTERS:
Alaska Department of Natural Resources – Bears and You (safety)
Alaska Department of Fish and Game – Fishing with Bears (regulations)
Alaska Department of Fish and Game – Moose Safety (good do’s and dont’s)
Kachemak Heritage Land Trust – Living in Harmony with Moose