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Resurrection Bay Guided Overnight Trip

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Person 1 night, 2 days
Person 2 nights, 3 days
Person 3 nights, 4 days
Private Trip for Two 2 nights, 3 days

The Best Way to See Resurrection Bay

Explore Resurrection Bay and all it’s hidden gems. From the magical fox island spit to the historical yet beautiful Caines Head State Recreation Park. This overnight Resurrection Bay Paddle will be customized by your guide to show you the best of the bay. 

Where We Paddle

Explore Caines Head State Recreation Area, Fox Island, Humpy Cove, or even Thumb Cove on this multiday paddle. Where you paddle will depend on the weather and how many days you want to spend paddling or even hiking. You might find yourself searching for sea critters on Fox Island Spit, hiking the alpine trail near Caines Head, exploring Fort McGilvray, or padding under falling water in Humpy Cove. We allow our guides to customize trips based on the season, different weather conditions or other seasonal factors that affect the bay.

About our Guides

Our team of guides will prepare your meals and work to customize your trip to maximize your experience. Enjoy exploring, taking photos, hiking, or paddling all while following the rules and ethics established by the National Park. This area prescribes to Leave No Trace wilderness ethics, and we make every effort to do exactly that.  Kayak guides are trained in assisted rescue techniques, the areas natural history, first aid / CPR, and emergency response tactics. Miller’s Landing owns its own fleet of water taxi vessels – as a result in the unlikely case of an emergency we are uniquely positioned to establish prompt and unplanned egress from even the remoteness of the fjords.

Meeting Time
Ending Time
Meeting Place
6:30 am
Plan to arrive at 6:30 am to check in, pack up, and meet with your guide, and pack up your kayak before heading South along the coast
Between 2 – 5 pm
Expect to be back at Miller’s landing between 2 and 5 pm your last day. Return time is dependent on your float plan and our boat schedule.
Meet at the main office, 13880 Beach Drive Seward, AK. Check-in a day before to meet your guide, ask questions, and take care of any waivers
Age Requirements
What We Provide
What to Bring
This trip is best for ages 12 and up. Feel free to contact us with questions! We provide Kayak, PFD, spray skirt, pogies, booties and splash gear when needed. Then we have sleeping bags, pads, dry bags, shelters and cookware. Warm synthetic/wool layers
Rain gear
Medical Necessities
Water bottle
We provide a more detailed packing list later on!

Tips for a Great Trip

Bringing a Camera?
Be sure to pack comfortable shoes that could get wet, and good layers. Reach out if you have questions about gear This kayak trip takes place on calm waters in a protected bay. Be ready to kayak anywhere from 8 to 15 miles a day, with some additional beachcombing or hiking as well. We use sit-in kayaks for this trip, you can have your camera around your neck or in a dry bag.

More Information

  • On this trip, depending on the number of nights you stay, you may not see all the different camping locations.
  • All kayaking gear and instructions provided
  • Gratuities are not included in the original sale price. A suggested 20% guide tip is greatly appreciated! (Suggested tip $100 to $200/person)
  • Please note: All participants paddle tandem kayaks. This paddle is appropriate for children aged 12 and over. Talk to your guide about your interests and any preferences for the trip.
  • Includes a one-way water taxi ride to or from a spot in the bay. Your guide will include this in their float plan.

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