Nicknamed “The Last Frontier,” Alaska is one of the few states where travelers can still experience nature’s untainted splendor. From the towering mountains to the meandering oceans, outdoor adventures await at every elevation.
And, nobody encompasses the Alaskan spirit better than FishMasters Inn, an angler’s oasis in Elfin Cove. Featuring a host of all-inclusive packages, this family-friendly fishery offers something for everyone.
Push off onto the Cross Sound and the Gulf of Alaska, cruising the waters in the shadows of Glacier Bay National Park and Tongass National Forest. Haul in a monster Pacific halibut, snag a slew of salmon, or battle behemoth black sea bass.
Catch some scenery at sea on your chartered fishing expedition. Cradled by the Brady Glacier and the Fairweather Mountain range, your angling adventures are always accompanied by breathtaking views and abundant wildlife viewing.
And, to ensure that your fishing trip is a success, experienced guides are more than willing to share their cold-water hot spots and foolproof fishing techniques. Add superior equipment to the equation and you’ve got a recipe for phenomenal fishing. Included on your vessel are tackle, bait, boots, rain gear, and years of fishing wisdom.
In fact, just about everything is included at this resort. Offering two- to six-day all-inclusive packages, the Alaskan wilderness is always at your family’s fingertips. And, there’s no better base camp for adventure than the four-story lodge, which features six bedrooms with private bathrooms, a fun-centered lounge, a full kitchen, and an elegant dining room. Experience Alaska at its wildest as a humpback whale breaches in the harbor while you enjoy a freshly prepared meal.
And, though this is the perfect fisher’s fortress, there are also plenty of inland activities. Trade in your fishing pole for a five-wood at the nearby golf course, where nine holes of mountain golf await. Or, zip line through the mountain canopies, and reach new heights on a hike through the ruggedly beautiful peaks.
After writing your own history, experience a piece of American history on George Island, which showcases the remnants of a World War II outpost. You’ll have a blast observing the historical site, which includes a Mark X, six-inch cannon installed to protect the entrance to the Icy Straights.
With outstanding angling, stunning natural scenery, and a host of activities, this Alaskan outpost may be The Last Frontier, but it’s sure to be your first choice for family fun.