Things to Do

Adventure Vacations

Centrally located between Seward and Cooper Landing, Trail Lake Lodge allows for easy access to a variety of activities and scenery. Unlimited hiking surrounds Moose Pass and the Lodge itself and we are only an easy and stunning 30 mile drive from Seward and the breathtaking Resurrection Bay and only 20 miles from Cooper Landing and the world renowned Kenai River. The opportunity for adventure is limitless!

Kenai Fjord Cruises

15% discount when booked from our website using code TRAILLAKE

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Drifter’s Lodge Guided Fishing

Half Day & Full Day available.

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Trail Lake Lodge offers a variety of exciting adventure vacations for seniors, students of all ages, corporate retreats/incentives, family reunions, and active adventure groups. Adventure Vacations are typically five or seven days in length and are inclusive of lodging, food, activities and course instruction. We can also easily customize your vacation to include a wide variety of activities. Contact us for your specific requirements and prices.

Aerial view of Alaska.

Scenic Mountain Air 

Sightseeing Flights

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Horseback riders in Alaska.

Alaska Horsemen Trail Adventures

Horseback Riding

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sea lion underwater.

Alaska Sea Life Center

View Alaska sea life: seals, sea lions, puffins, fish and more!

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Group of whitewater rafters.

Chugach Outdoor Center

Alaska Rafting Adventures

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Alaskan Glacier.

Glacier Exploration

Exit Glacier Ranger-Led Walks

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Kayakers at sunset.

Halfday Kayaking

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Couple with sled dogs on a glacier.

Helicopter Tours & Dogsledding

Fly in a Helicopter & Go Dog Sledding on a Glacier

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Salmon jumping up river.

Salmon Weir Visit

View local salmon and watch them jump upstream to reach their spawning grounds. Bears frequent the area as well.

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group prepping for a float trip.

Scenic Float Trip

Guides will navigate you down breathtaking stretches of river so you can spot wildlife and soak in the towering mountain views and famous baby blue waters of the Kenai.

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Elk locking horns.

Wildlife Conservatory

View all of the animals native to Alaska. Bears, Musk Ox, Eagles, Caribou, Moose and more!

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person on zipline.

Zipline Adventure

Take a canopy tour of Alaska’s Pacific temperate rain forest.

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