- TripBuzz found 18 things to do with kids in or near Kodiak, Alaska.
- From Fish N' Chips Charters to Kodiak Adventures Lodge, the Kodiak area offers 9 different types of family activities, including: Fishing, History Museums, Parks and Boat Tours.
- One of Alaska's most visited islands is the island of Kodiak. Homeland of the majestic Kodiak brown bear, the city offers breathtaking natural scenery and many exciting excursions for the whole family. Visitors can enjoy fishing and boat tours, kayaking, camping and Wildlife Adventures. For those seeking indoor entertainment can visit one of the local museums, bakeries or art museums.
Visitors can choose from full day to half day fishing and sightseeing excursions with Fish N' Chips Charters. The trip takes place on a 53 foot vessel and takes visitors to fishing spots for salmon, lingcod, and halibut.
From fishing to hunting, Kodiak Adventures Lodge organizes guided excursions to Kodiak Island where visitors can take in views of fjords and mountain ranges. During the trip, visitors can fish for halibut and salmon, or hunt for deer and ducks.
Explore Kodiak or the Katmai Coast from the air with Kingfisher Aviation. The floatplane allows access to the rugged and majestic mountains and a unique bear viewing experience between the months of May through October. Fly anywhere between the city of Kodiak to the Kodiak Refuge and Katmai National Park.
Specializing in fly fishing, Adventures In Kodiak offers sightseeing tours to the Alaska wilderness where visitors can spot killer whales, bears, and sea lions. From June to September, the company hosts a nature and photography tour off the Kodiak coast.
Go Fish Charters is a fishing charter and marine life exploration service featuring tours by former U.S. Coast Guard member Rick Hoskins. Salmon fishing is available on both half and full day fishing trips along with whale watching.
Chazman Charters is a business that provides visitors the opportunity to take guided fishing tours in the waterways of the area. During the trips, guests are led by knowledgeable captain Chaz Glagolich who has more than 30 years of experience.
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The primary draw of the Kodiak Laboratory Aquarium & Touch Tank is an oval freestanding aquarium that holds 3,500 gallons of water. A touch tank that allows guests to handle marine invertebrates is also open to the public.