Kodiak is an elegant city situated on the Kodiak Island in Alaska. This picturesque city is also fondly called as “Alaska's Emerald Island”. Famous for its rich culture and tradition, this city also fulfills the role of luring tourists to Alaska with the help of its many attractions.
1. Get real at the portage glacier recreation area: This recreation area is situated in the scenic Chugach National forest. Its major attractions are glacier viewing, winter sports and romantic camping experiences.
2. Enjoy the past in Alutiq Museum and Archeological repository: Opened in 1995, this museum enables you to peep in the culture of the Alutiq people. You can also catch a glimpse of historic items and artifacts recovered during excavation.
3. Seek new adventures in Chugach National forest: This amazing forest expanding over 5,400,000 acres is home to trumpeter swans. You can fish, hunt, and camp here to your hearts content and when fed up with this, you can take a relaxing dog sledge ride in this beautiful and romantic escape.
4. Visit the Fort Abercrombie State Historic Park: This historic park, also well known as the World War II outpost is sure to captivate you with war time remnants. The campsite and hiking facility will complete this truly rewarding experience in Kodiak.
5. Get close to bears at the Kodiak national wildlife refuge: Once hunted, now preserved, the rare and exotic brown bears can fill you with awe and respect as you make a stop at the Kodiak National Wildlife refuge.