As we rapidly approach yet another decade, thousands of families and couples meticulously piece together bucket lists. A bucket list is no longer a late-in-life activity—it’s also a fun and easy way to plan a dream vacation to a faraway location. The Last Frontier remains one of the most desirable locales in North America, especially for outdoor enthusiasts who enjoy fishing, hiking, kayaking, and horseback riding. Creating an Alaska bucket list is mildly challenging because there are so many unforgettable experiences worth exploring. But it can also be a whole lot of fun selecting a wide range of exhilarating activities. Luckily for you and your family, Trail Lake Lodge, located in serene Moose Pass, is minutes away from ten of the most popular Alaska attractions.
Summer is finally here to stay in beautiful Moose Pass, Alaska, as families, groups, and couples are eagerly arriving in herds to our secluded, lakeside community. Our peaceful neck of the woods is known for its world-class salmon runs, jaw-dropping glacier cruises, and rustic Alaska resorts. And Trail Lake Lodge has quickly evolved into one of the premier family fishing trips in The Last Frontier thanks to our all-inclusive adventure packages, awe-inspiring locale, and first-rate hospitality.
With Memorial Day weekend in the rearview mirror, the much-anticipated summertime fishing season is less than two weeks away here in Moose Pass, Alaska, also known as “The Land of the Midnight Sun.” With so much available daylight during the summer months, anglers from across the globe flock to the Kenai Peninsula for world-class Alaska fishing adventures in search of “barn-door” halibut, trophy rainbow trout, and unparalleled salmon runs. Trail Lake Lodge remains one of the only Southcentral Alaska resorts to offer guests four, five, and seven-day all-inclusive packages featuring everything from Kenai River salmon fishing to mountaintop dog sled tours.
The highly-anticipated fishing season is a month away here in Moose Pass, Alaska, as anglers from across the globe are aching to escape to the world-famous Kenai River for some of the best salmon fishing in Alaska. While we highly encourage all travelers to embark on a day-long float trip down the Kenai River, the scenic Kenai Peninsula has so much more to offer than just fishing, including a wide variety of unique adventure activities. Trail Lake Lodge, home to the premier Moose Pass lodging, is minutes away from sea kayaking, zip lining, and horseback riding adventures as we’re a short drive from both Seward and Cooper Landing.
While Trail Lake Lodge offers guests a wide variety of unforgettable Kenai Peninsula adventures, such as whale watching, glacier viewing, and sea kayaking, we fully understand that a salmon or halibut fishing trip is too alluring to pass up. We cooperate with some the best Alaska fishing charters to provide visiting anglers with fully-customized fishing trips in jaw-dropping Resurrection Bay, world-famous Kenai River, and countless other secret honey holes. All of our once-in-a-lifetime Alaska fishing adventures can be combined with any number of activities during your five or seven-day all-inclusive family vacation to The Last Frontier.
Surprise the love of your life this year with a well-deserved romantic fishing getaway to breathtaking Moose Pass, located in the heart of Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula! When you choose Trail Lake Lodge for a couples retreat, you’ll always be steps away from potential Alaska fishing adventures. Our picturesque location on beautiful Trail Lake and proximity to the peninsula’s best outdoor adventures make us one of the premier romantic getaways in Alaska. And we’re so much more than just a fishing lodge – we’ve meticulously incorporated many of the area’s best activities into our couples-friendly programs.
While most of our guests choose Trail Lake Lodge to experience everything that the Kenai Peninsula has to offer, it’s not uncommon for groups to book all-inclusive, fishing-only packages. Our fully-customizable Adventure Vacation Packages can include marine cruises, bear viewing, birdwatching, and ziplining, but we fully understand that sometimes the salmon fishing in Alaska is too good to pass up! Trail Lake is a short boat ride from the world-famous Kenai River, home to one of the best salmon runs in the world. It’s worth noting that our guided fishing trips can also visit secluded rainbow trout and halibut hotbeds, but today we’re going to focus on the many different salmon fishing seasons here on the Kenai Peninsula.
What separates the very best Alaska fishing adventures from rest of the pack is on-site amenities, nightly accommodations, and daily dining service. Luckily for you, Trail Lake Lodge in breathtaking Moose Pass is home to one of the best restaurants in Alaska. We provide visiting anglers with a hot, hearty breakfast, daily sack lunches, and a diverse dinner menu that satisfies every taste bud and dietary restriction. Whether you’re craving large fillets of beer-battered cod, a juicy half-pound burger, or a fresh, creative salad, Trail Lake Lodge is the place to be every night of the week. Devour these four popular culinary creations when you’re not salmon fishing in Alaska.
The Chugach National Forest spans nearly seven million acres in Southcentral Alaska, so, naturally, it’s home to some of the best hiking trails in Alaska. Trail Lake Lodge is widely known its Alaska fishing charters, but we’re actually an adventure-based vacation destination first and foremost. Our Adventure Vacation Packages, of course, also include countless hours of salmon fishing in Alaska. Anglers from across the globe visit Moose Pass, Alaska, for the thrill of reeling in a trophy salmon.
As autumn slowly fades into winter here in Moose Pass, Alaska, it’s time to start thinking ahead to next summer’s wedding season. The Kenai Peninsula may not be a world-renowned wedding destination, but that doesn’t mean Trail Lake Lodge hasn’t hosted tear-jerking ceremonies for couples from all across the lower 48 states. Our lakeside resort is also one of the premier wedding ceremony locales on the Kenai Peninsula for Alaskans from Anchorage, Fairbanks, Juneau, and far beyond.