Alaska Salmon Fishing Vacation Add-Ons
Salmon fishing or bear viewing trips to the western side of the Cook Inlet can be added on to any Alaska salmon fishing vacation package rate for an additional charge.
Other Adventures on the Kenai Peninsula
While on your Alaska salmon fishing vacation you may want to take advantage of some of the other Alaska fishing adventures that can be found on the Kenai Peninsula. There are several lakes nearby that provide quiet secluded fishing if you just want to relax and enjoy the beautiful scenery that surrounds you, just ask and we will point you in the right direction.
Another fun activity is Clam Digging. Razor Clams are bountiful along many beaches of the Cook Inlet with Clam Gulch being the most popular for locals and visitors alike. Clam Gulch is only 10 minutes away from Alaska Riverview Lodge. All you need are some rubber boots, a clamming shovel, a bucket and a fishing license. (We do keep some clamming equipment here at the lodge that guests may borrow based on availability.)
The Kenai Peninsula is called by many, "Alaska's Playground" and offers plenty of activities and sightseeing adventures that you can enjoy while not fishing. Yes, you read that correctly and we will probably receive plenty of emails from you avid sportfishers out there for even mentioning the concept of not fishing but we won't tell anyone if you want to entertain the idea and take a peek at the small list of "Other things to do while visiting us" on the fishing vacation planning page