....We'll see your happy face in 2018
The King Salmon Lodge, locally known as "KSL" is open seasonally with nightly accommodations, multiple day packages, private group retreats, meetings, conferences, special events, gourmet restaurant and cocktail lounge, world-class fishing, bear viewing and outdoor adventure day-trips.
With easy access to nearby Katmai National Park, KSL is perfectly situated on the bank of the Naknek River only 1.5 miles from the King Salmon airport. 737 jet service on Alaskan Airlines and daily flights on Peninsula Airlines are available from Anchorage.
Lodge manager Matt Norman has been in the sport fishing, lodging, restaurant and bar business in King Salmon for thirty years. Matt and Crew-KSL are not only knowledgeable about the Bristol Bay region of Southwest Alaska, but enjoy sharing their love of this special destination with you, our guest.
Fish Stories Made Here
"If you are looking for a first class Alaska fishing experience and being treated like you
are at a 5 star resort but at a fair price - with great dining - then look no further.
KSL makes us feel at home and always designs
a custom fishing experience that exceeds our expectations. Last year we had a general plan but they suggested changes as they got to know us - and they were spot-on! Matt and his crew are simply the best!"
Ken Griggs, CRE
President - NBS Financial, Portland, OR
We offer 18 modern, comfortable rooms with private baths, two suites and seven guest cabins as well as Wi-Fi, professional fishing guides, on-site float plane operations, commercial-grade fish packaging and airport shuttle.
We will be your personal concierge for trip planning, fishing,
float plane fly-outs, eco-tours, photography, wildlife viewing and any other Alaskan adventure you can dream of.
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Faces of King Salmon Lodge....
"Matt and his team are exceptional hosts. This is the best place to stay in Bristol Bay. Great food, lovely rooms and fishing right out your front door!"
Alaska State Senator