Driftwood Wilderness Lodge is located on a secluded lagoon with views of Uyak Bay, which is 60 miles southwest of the city of Kodiak. The nearby village of Larsen Bay is home to about 100 people and according to Travel Alaska is next to some of the best fishing grounds in the Kodiak Archipeligo. Larsen Bay is surrounded by Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge, a 2,812-square-mile preserve that covers most of Kodiak Island. The refuge offers rugged mountains and alpine meadows, wetlands, and spruce forests. Wildlife viewing is excellent there, and it is home to the giant Kodiak brown bear and more than 200 different species and 600 breeding pairs of bald eagles. Marine life includes seals, sea lions, porpoises, sea otters, whales and puffins. There are no roads, and no maintained trails, so the best way to view wildlife is by chartered boat or plane.
Fill your freezer with professionally processed, organic meat that you caught with your own hands. There should be at least 50 lbs per person cooler, if not more, based on the length of someone’s trip. With the cost of quality salmon and halibut behind your local markets counter – you’ll be walking away with a deal.
Driftwood Wilderness Lodge Guests Have Options!
DWL guests can stay at a lodge with modern conveniences or a camp near Larsen Bay, but totally off grid.
Last year, DWL was expanded to include a lodge in the village of Larsen Bay, which is equipped with all the modern conveniences: electricity, running water and WiFi!
The Larsen Bay location has four guest bedrooms, a large kitchen, two bathrooms and a formal dining room.