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Experience Kenai Fjords National Park

The Kenai Fjords National Park is a Alaskan glacial wonderland with its stunning and dynamic ice glaciers, rich wildlife and various enjoyable activities for everyone to experience.

Natural Attractions

This reservation park features three main attractions: the Exit Glacier, the Harding Icefield and the rugged coastlines. The Harding Icefield is the park’s pride and joy because it is the largest among the United State’s four remain icefields with an area of 714 square miles.

The Exit Glacier, a 880-yard wide river, allow visitors easy access to the park and the rocky coastlines are home to a variety of species of birds and mammals.


The park offers numerous fun activities for its visitors which include boat tours, winter sports, ranger-led programs, fishing, hiking, mountaineering, camping, kayaking and other recreational activities.

Visitors can kayak, fish and join boat tours in the fjords of Northwestern Lagoon, North Arm, Aialik Bay and McCarty. They can also hike on the Exit Glacier’s trails and skilled mountaineers can explore Harding Icefield’s eight-mile trail.

Wildlife Residents

Kenai Fjords National Park is home to over 191 species of birds, 37 land and marine mammals, as well as various fish species such as lingcod, salmon, halibut and rockfish.

Some mammals that visitors might encounter onshore or along the shore and rivers are moose, wolverine, coyotes, black bears, sea lions, otter, wolves, mountain goats, beaver and whales. They might also spot bald eagles, puffins, peregrine falcons, and other bird species flying high above the cliffs or resting along the coastline.

When in Kenai, do not forget to visit Fjords National Park to experience its scenic views, revel in its exciting activities and behold nature’s wonders!

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