Plan Your Visit

Two hikers look out from the Harding Icefield Trail. Exit Glacier is in front of them.
Hikers rest for a moment before continuing on their journey to the edge of the Harding Icefield.

NPS / Mark Stokstad

Passengers on a tour boat look out over the side to two rocky islands in the distance.
Many visitors travel to Kenai Fjords on commercial tour boats that operate out of the gateway community of Seward.

NPS / Jim Pfeiffenberger

Uncover the mysteries of an ever-changing landscape;rocks revealing the signature of past glacial advance, valleys growing as ice retreats, and boulders recording the origin of glacial ice.

Discover the habits of the park's diverse wildlife;mountain goats giving birth by the sea, black bears enjoying a ride down a snow chute, and bald eagles cruising the thermal currents on a sunny day.

Recover your sense of wonder and your enthusiasm for adventure here in Kenai Fjords National Park.

Last updated: June 22, 2016

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PO Box 1727
Seward, AK 99664


(907) 422-0500

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