The King Ko Inn

Address: Near Airport, King Salmon, Alaska, United States | Lodge
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This lodge, located on Near Airport, King Salmon, is near Aniakchak National Monument and Preserve.
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        Travel Blogs from King Salmon

        Linda gets to Alaska

        A travel blog entry by douggrinath on Jul 20, 2015

        1 comment, 17 photos

        I have not had phone or Internet access, and so I'm just now getting around to blogging about Alaska. I'll begin with Linda's arrival on July 18th, when she began her 3 week Alaska adventure! I'll continue to post about the remainder of this grand trip in the order which I experienced it, so stay tuned for more photos and blogs to come!

        In this entry, you see photos of Linda experiencing her first glacier- Portage Glacier! Enjoy the ...

        King Salmon

        A travel blog entry by n6tk on Aug 19, 2014

        4 comments, 3 photos

        ... world served by some poor old guy who shuffled and wheezed his way across the wooden floor from stove to bar. And this in a town with the most fish canneries in the country. My fishburger was a packaged frozen deep fried piece of something claiming to have sniffed the sea. But there's an old Russian church in town and the ruins of the original bumblebee canning company and a building where you can take a shower while you wash your clothes. Can't get that in the city.

        The BEARS

        A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 17, 2014

        13 photos

        ... heard begging a Park Ranger “Oh, can’t you please just catch him, feed him, and take him to a zoo?”. The Ranger spent a little time with this visitor trying to explain the need to let nature take its course, no matter the outcome, and how cruel it may seem to us.

        This is truly a special place on the planet. Whether or not you ever make it here, I hope you can share in that sense of gratitude that places like this exist.


        Bears, Big and Small

        A travel blog entry by jdswed on Jul 14, 2014

        17 photos

        ... point of the trail. Finally we get to a tundra spot on a ridge where we have spectacular 360-degree views. This campsite was worth the walk. We set up camp on inches of soft dry tundra, anchoring our tent down in case the winds come. No bugs make this the perfect spot.

        After setting up camp and taking stock of the amazing site we‘ll call home for the next few days, we head down now to meet the others and to watch some bears. After a ...

        Katmai National Park

        A travel blog entry by wheresgordon on Jul 15, 2010

        I went to the Anchorage International Airport for a flight to King Salmon just west of the Katmai National Park. I then took a bus over to the river and caught a Katmai Air float plane flight to Brooks Lodge in the park. The float plane pulled up at the beach and we were directed to the Visitor Center for our mandatory "Bear Etiquette" training course and safety talk outlining park regulations. I then took my things to the campground, set up ...