Watch for Wildlife in Izembek National Wildlife Refuge

Red fox reaching on rock.

Hanging on the edge of the Alaska Peninsula is Alaska's smallest wildlife refuge, teeming with wildlife! The remote Izembek National Wildlife Refuge has opportunities to hunt, fish, and observe wildlife and nature, often experienced as bears walking across the beach, sea otters splashing in the ocean, and magnificent volcanoes looming in the distance. Learn more on the USFWS Izembek National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Activities website.

Duration
2-3 days
Ages
Kids
Families
Adults
Seasons
Summer
Activities
Backcountry
Beach Combing
Birding
Fishing
Hiking
Hunting
Sightseeing
Wildlife Viewing
Is fee required?
No, fee is not required
Time of the day
Day
Evening
Morning
Night
Can reservations be made?
No, reservations are not available
Pets Allowed?
No