The park is open year-round. The primary months to visit are June - August, with reduced services in the area during the shoulder seasons.
Stop by either of the park's two visitor centers for help with planning your visit.
Kenai Fjords has something for everyone. Take as much time as you have and experience your park.
Check the Current Conditions and Alerts in the Park
The weather at Kenai Fjords is difficult to predict and can change rapidly.
This is Alaska - remote, rugged, and unpredictable. Anything can happen from wildlife encounters to changing weather. Be prepared.
Join a park ranger for a short walk, interpretive talk, or a day hike and learn more about your park.
Exit Glacier, the only part of the park accessible by road, offers short trails, viewpoints, and a nature center.
The well-being of your pets and park wildlife is of the utmost importance. For the safety of all, pets are only allowed in select areas.
Last updated: November 1, 2022
PO Box 1727