A wild adventure of a lifetime awaits in Alaska’s favorite playground: the Kenai Peninsula. Spend a week discovering the last frontier and relaxing in authentic family-built log cabins at Bear Paw Adventure.
Enjoy the simple, rural Alaskan life in Bear Paw’s unique lodges and cabins, which are conveniently located in a quaint, secluded area on the west side of the peninsula.
“Bear Paw's unique log buildings were built by the family from local spruce trees and offer guests a memorable Alaska experience,” said owner John Ogle.
There are four lodging options: Captain Cook Lodge, Wise Old Hunter Lodge, Bear Den Vacation Home and Moose Cabin. Each lodge has a distinct theme and feel. All the lodges have kitchens, wireless internet, satellite TV, and most importantly a gas grill on the barbecue deck. The kitchens are stocked with various supplies (sugar, flour, coffee, tea, etc.).
Many guests choose to roll up their sleeves and try their hand at horseshoes, beach volleyball and badminton--just keep an eye peeled for a moose. Bear Paw is conveniently located to shopping, tours and restaurants, but still offers a real Alaska rural life experience.
“Bear Paw Adventure's property is located at Anchor Point,” said Ogle. “Anchor Point is the gateway to Kachemak Bay, the center of a location offering unlimited fun in the outdoors as well as cultural experiences and great restaurants.”
Bear Paw takes lodgers on a unique journey throughout the Alaskan wilderness by experiencing the great outdoors four very different ways: wildlife viewing, fishing, exploration and riding. Bear Paw offers four lodging packages that include tours, viewings and fishing (depending on the package).
Get up close and personal with nature and witness snow-capped mountains, volcanoes, glaciers, pristine lakes and lush forests. Expect to see bears, moose, caribou, sheep and muskox. Bear Paw has 14 acres of land with large spruce trees, alders, and wildflowers; and bald eagles and moose are often seen on the land. You can always take a marine tour to get a first-hand view of a massive whale or an adorable sea otter.
Many visit the Kenai Peninsula to fish for halibut or salmon. Take a charter out onto the open sea and catch the fish you’ll be talking about for the rest of your life. There is also plenty of freshwater fishing, clamming, flyfishing and even unguided tours for veteran anglers. Alaskan fishing is simply the best in the world.
Join an organized hiking, beachcombing, kayaking or flight seeing exploration adventure to experience the natural beauty of the landscape. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box: witness the breathtaking beauty and wildlife of Alaska by horseback, ATV or dogsled. These three riding tours aren’t for everyone, but those who embark are always touched by the jaw-dropping excitement and beauty of the ride.
Discover a little bit about the great state of Alaska--the wilderness, wildlife and lifestyle--while also learning a little bit about yourself as well. The choice is easy, stay with Bear Paw to experience first class Alaska-style lodging and exciting Alaskan adventures!