Itinerary - Fish with my children/grandchildren

Nothing beats spending time with the ones you love in the great Alaska outdoors. And sharing your love of fishing is yet another way to connect. It can also be a challenge, to travel with a mutli-generational group with varying interests, abilities and in some cases – attention spans! The Kenai Riverside Lodge is a great family-friendly location for a multi-generational family trip. Our sportfishing program accommodates anglers from 13 and up (long days, very early starts, and limited out-of-boat time can make it less enjoyable for younger children). Our rafts are comfortable and accommodating for younger children, and non-fishing family members. While the anglers are out trying their hand at salmon fishing, others can take a really fun, informative, and relaxing Kenai River Canyon Raft trip; an all-day excursion including lunch. Or a shorter, 2-hour scenic float is also an option. Guided hikes can be tailored to a variety of abilities and interests, and when the activities are over enjoy ping pong on the deck, a bonfire, a wood-fired sauna, sand volleyball, horseshoes and badminton. 

We also feature two and three-bed cabins, all with private baths and porches, so families traveling together can have their own space yet be close to one another if you choose. Our ability to prepare meals to guest dietary restrictions also allows families traveling together the peace of mind that everyone will be cared for and accommodated equally. 

If you choose, top off your stay at Kenai Riverside Lodge with a few days at the Kenai Backcountry or Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodges for an all-inclusive, multi-faceted small group Alaska experience that brings you the best the Kenai has to offer without every stressing about a detail.

Activity

Arrival

Day 1 

Day 2 

Day 3 

Day 4 

Day 5 

Fish 

  Upper Kenai  Lower Kenai    Resurrection Bay for Silvers
 

Hike 

      Day hike - together!
   

Raft

        Or raft!  

Kayak or Canoe 

           

Travel

Pick up in Anchorage          Back to Anchorage