Kenai Fjords National Park Information Center
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Kenai Fjords National Park Information Center is located in Anchorage, United States. A great place to visit, you can check out the other popular places of the city on the best things to do page in Anchorage section.
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Rangers here are very helpful. They had three different junior ranger opportunities. Kids earned a junior ranger badge for completing an activity book. They earned a junior fjord ranger patch by participating in a junior ranger fjord walk where an excellent ranger explained the geology of the area and led the kids in science activities like measuring salinity of water and recording observations on a map. On a side trip to Exit Glacier, the kids checked out a science discovery pack and an art in the park pack. These had activities and supplies to earn a junior glacier ranger patch.
Wonderful, remote park with abundant sea life, glaciers and more. I spent 2 days here, one on a cruise and the other hiking near exit glacier. It was a great mix of activities (one very cold and the other quite warm). I think I lucked out on the weather as it was clear and calm the day I went out on the boat with Major Native tours. I did the 8.5 hour tour but that was a little long. Maybe the 6 hour cruise with the Park ranger I originally chose would have been better. Saw 5 whales, innumerable seabirds, otters, sea lions and several glaciers. Hiking was very nice on a bright, sunny day. Still some snow on the mountain that made it tricky so take shoes with some grip (no Converse all Stars). Be sure to take plenty of water if you want to go all the way to the top. I went through at least 2 liters (to be fair I don't rest much and am naturally sweaty). Really good views along much of the trail and especially at the top. It's windy and cold at 3800' so you might want to bring a light jacket (you should have one anyway if you're hiking in the mountains). If you bring something durable and water resistant you can slide down the mountain a bit (I saw evidence of people doing this. I just slid on my shoes) Park personnel were very friendly as were there people on the trail. It's a positive attitude kind of place. Note that no fee is required to visit but I suggest you make a donation when you go (I gave $10/day) so that we can continue to have nice places like this to visit.
They were very friendly here and kind enough to allow free use of Wifi. They have children programs and seemed to really enjoy it. Only suggestion I would have is make the space more welcoming ... put in tables and rearrange so not so cold ... just a suggestion. Great location, right down by the harbor.
Excellent tour of the Fjords. The Captain was so knowledgeable and humorous he kept us entertained. The food on Fox Island was great. But the best part was the Orca whales.
What a fantastic place! I wish I could have gone during the Northern Lights season! On my bucket list for things to see before I die!!