Kayak Kodiak is the result of a marine biologist / kayak guide’s dream, encouraged by an adventurous islander. We desire to help inspire in others – both visitors and our local community – a love of the sea, its creatures, and our history-rich fishing town here in remote Alaska.
In our own lives, we try to infuse as much outdoor adventure as possible and love that Kodiak offers an unforgettable, rugged landscape for learning about our interconnected realms of mountains and seas. We’re looking forward to seeing you on the water!
Living on Kodiak Island, one gains a deep respect for the history of this land and its people. When we kayak, we experience an intimate association with these ancestors and first inhabitants of the island in a very real way.
Kayaking in Alaska is not a new recreational sport; kayaks have a rich history that ties into our seaside home. We invite you to feel this native Alaskan connection to the sea by kayaking Kodiak.
Local island love
Small, tight-knit communities like Kodiak don’t exist just anywhere. From our skilled Alaskan natives to our vigilant Coast Guard, Kayak Kodiak is excited to help you get on the water.
Whether you want to paddle out with your local family, or want to show off Kodiak to visiting relatives and friends, we have your best paddle interests in mind. From a sunny day excursion to a birthday celebration, we’d love to be a part of your adventure planning.
If you’re interested in more adventure opportunities or perhaps just a hot coffee to warm up after your paddle, here are just a few of our island top picks.
Fort Abercrombie State Park
Wonderful hiking trails that offer a beautiful look at the evergreen Sitka Spruce forest, rocky shorelines, and great scenic overlooks.
Fish Kodiak Adventures
For an unsurpassed fishing trip or an incredible spot to stay outside of town in Pasagshak, check out Captain Rick’s excursions and lodge.
A cozy coffee shop in Bells Flats with the best cookies and breakfast on the island.
For a seafood meal that you can eat practically on the water head under the Near Island bridge.