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Welcome to Harbor Adventure Lodge

Welcome to Old Harbor's own Harbor Adventure Lodge, where adventure awaits hunters, anglers, and nature lovers alike. Our small community boasts awe-inspiring marine life, which you can witness on our whale watching excursions. Get up close to majestic whales, playful orcas, seals, and sea lions frolicking in their natural habitat.


Our knowledgeable staff not only helps you spot the marine life but also enlightens you about the various species, their behaviors, and migration patterns. But there's more to Old Harbor than just whale watching.


Our scenic and unspoiled areas of Kodiak offer a unique hunting experience. Take part in bird hunting and discover the abundance of waterfowl, grouse, and ptarmigan. Our experienced and native captains will guide you to the best hunting grounds to put your skills to the test and enjoy the thrill of the hunt.


For those who love hiking, we have an array of Kodiak bush hiking excursions that offer stunning views of the natural beauty of the area. Spot the vast array of wildlife and unique flora while you trek on our trails. Our hiking options cater to all levels of fitness and experience.


You might also want to try clamming while you're here! Learn the best techniques for finding and harvesting clams in the pristine waters of Kodiak. It's a fun and unique experience that you won't find anywhere else.


And of course, our experienced Captains will transport you to the best fishing spots in town, where you can reel in the catch of the day and create unforgettable memories that will last a lifetime.


Old Harbor, Alaska has a rich archeological history, which you can explore on your own or learn about from the locals. Join us at the Harbor Adventure Lodge and immerse yourself in our traditional culture.


Experience an adventure of a lifetime that you'll never forget.

Saltwater Kings: May-December (Peak in June and July)
Sockeye Salmon: June-early October
Saltwater Silvers: August - early October
Freshwater Silvers: Mid-August - early October
Steelhead: September - November
Halibut: May-December
Lingcod: July-early October
Black Bass: May-December
Yellow-Eye Rockfish: May-December

Stunning View Of Old Harbor Alaska on Kodiak Island
Some of the Island Air Fleet at Old Harbor Alaska Airport
View from the Island Air Charter heading to Old Harbor Alaska from the Town of Kodiak on Kodiak Island
Killer Whales
Sitka Deer Trophies at The Harbor Adventure Lodge in Old Harbor Alaska on Kodiak Island

Our Destination

If you are yearning for an adventure that takes you to a destination with fascinating history and ancient culture, then Old Harbor Alaska should top your list.


     Nestled on Kodiak Island, Old Harbor Alaska is one of the most intriguing villages in Alaska with a rich history dating back 7,500 years. The village harbors a treasure trove of cultural experiences and breathtaking sites that exude a mysterious charm, leaving visitors awe-inspired and intrigued.


     This is a remote destination that lies on the southern end of Kodiak Island. Its geographical location makes it an excellent spot for clear views of the ocean and the surrounding mountains. One unique feature that makes Old Harbor Alaska a must-visit destination is its serene environment. The village is surrounded by pristine forests, and the air is clear and fresh, offering visitors an opportunity to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life.


     The village is home to approximately 200 people who are mostly native Alaskans, making it an ideal destination for those interested in indigenous cultures and communities. The History Old Harbor Alaska has a rich and diverse history that spans over 7,500 years. As one of the oldest continuously occupied villages in Alaska, Old Harbor Alaska boasts of unique archaeological sites that chronicle the history of the region's inhabitants. The village boasts of one of the most extensive collections of petroglyphs in Alaska, with over 1,000 petroglyphs depicting the village's history. The petroglyphs date as far back as 2000 BCE and are a source of intrigue to many visitors.


     Old Harbor Alaska has a rich history in fishing, which is the village's primary source of livelihood. The village's fishing heritage dates back to the 1800s when the Russians arrived on Kodiak Island and established trading posts. The Russians relied on the Aleut population to hunt sea otters, which were highly prized for their fur.


     As a result of this trade, Old Harbor Alaska became one of the most prosperous villages in the region, making it an essential historical site that foreigners need to explore. Ancient Culture Old Harbor Alaska has a rich cultural heritage that is deeply rooted in the region's indigenous people.


     The village is home to the Alutiiq people, an indigenous group that has inhabited Kodiak Island for thousands of years, making them one of the oldest continuously inhabited cultures in Alaska. The Alutiiq culture is a treasure trove of unique traditions and ancient practices that visitors can witness and participate in. One of the most fascinating aspects of the Alutiiq culture is their artistic expressions, which are embodied in their dances, songs, and crafts.


     Visitors to Old Harbor Alaska can witness the village's cultural performances, which are characterized by rhythmic drumming, dancing, and chanting that depict the Alutiiq people's heritage.  It is more than just a beautiful travel destination; it is an intriguing place that highlights the region's rich history and ancient culture.


     Old Harbor Alaska is a destination that will not only take your breath away but also leave you with a deep appreciation of indigenous cultures and communities. So if you are looking for a travel destination that offers a blend of history, culture, and adventure, Old Harbor Alaska should be at the top of your list.

Lounge at the Harbor Adventure Lodge in Old Harbor Alaska on Kodiak Island

Our Professional Crew

Captain Carl at the Harbor Adventure Lodge with Giant Crab in Old Harbor Alaska on Kodiak Island

Captain Carl

Captain Carl is more than just a sailor; he is a master of the sea, a leader of men, and a true icon of the maritime world. Spending his life on the water, navigating the waves with skill and grace, and has earned the respect and admiration of all who have sailed with him.

Getting Ready for Takeoff at the Harbor Adventure Lodge in Old Harbor Alaska on Kodiak Island

Captain Wesley

Captain Wesley is the ultimate expert in hunting and fishing in their native territory. With knowledge passed down through generations, they have an intimate understanding of the local environment and traditions. But they're not just about bagging the biggest catch or bagging the most game - they take their clients on a journey through the culture and heritage of the land. Whether you're seeking adventure or connection, this guide will give you an unforgettable experience that goes far beyond the surface.

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