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.
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.