The waters around Kenai Fjords and Resurrection Bay create a kayaking paradise and provide a unique experience for both new and experienced paddlers. Imagine seeing whales, otters, sea lions and other wildlife from the cockpit of a kayak, or feeling the water move under you after a tidewater glacier calves chunks of ice into the sea.
For all their beauty, these waters are not for beginners. The fjords are exposed to the Gulf of Alaska, with only a few protected coves, leading to challenging landings and sea conditions. Fortunately, with a variety of afternoon trips in Resurrection Bay to longer day or multi-day trips in the park, there is something for everyone of any experience level. Fortunately, many guides in the community provide opportunities to explore this area by kayak.
Seward Paddling Association
Situated right on the shores of Resurrection Bay, Seward is a town just bursting with paddling opportunities! The Seward Paddling Association is another resource for those who want to learn about kayaking in the Resurrection Bay and Kenai Fjords area. They encourage everyone to get in touch, learn how to minimize risk, and meet other local paddling enthusiasts!
Last updated: March 2, 2018