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    Kenai Fjords

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Water Taxis

Water taxi services will drop you off and pick you up in the park. Please note that since most of these services operate outside of park boundaries (i.e. below the mean high-tide line), they are not required to have commercial use authorization.

The companies listed below are Park partners who make voluntary backcountry registration available to their customers. This makes it more convenient for you to take advantage of this program and assists us in our backcountry management efforts.

Unloading supplies at the Aialik Bay Public Use Cabin.

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Alaska Saltwater Lodge and Tours
P.O. Box 695 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-5271
fax: (907) 224-5098
email: aksalt@gci.net
internet: www.alaskasaltwaterlodge.com

Alaskan Coastal Safari
phone (907) 362-4101
email: akcoastalsafari@hotmail.com
internet: www.sewardwatertaxi.com

Allen's Alaska Adventure
P.O. Box 2515 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-4785
cell: (907) 491-0095
email: jallen@seward.net
internet: www.allensalaskaadventures.com

Miller's Landing
P.O. Box 81 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-5739 or toll free 1-866-541-5739
fax: (907) 224-9197
email: millerslanding@alaska.com
internet: www.millerslandingak.com

Weather Permitting
P.O. Box 1455 Seward AK 99664
phone: (907) 224-6595
email: julie@watertaxiak.com
internet: www.watertaxiak.com

Businesses who would like to be listed on this page should contact Kenai Fjords Chief Ranger at (907) 422-0500. For a complete listing of companies offering water taxi service, visit the Seward Chamber of Commerce.

Did You Know?

Hoary Marmot

The Hoary Marmot is the largest member of the ground squirrels. These guys hibernate half or more of their life away. They have very thick fur and a substantial fat layer that protects them from the cold. You are not as likely to see them on hot days as they hide in the shade to keep cool.