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Welcome to Port Ashton Lodge

An Authentic Remote Alaskan Experience

Located on world-renowned fishing waters, Port Ashton offers rustic lodging in Prince William Sound ... the ideal place to stay if you're looking for comfortable accommodations with modern conveniences in the remote wilderness. Located on Evans island in Sawmill Bay, we are surrounded by productive fishing grounds.  After a long day of fishing for giant Pacific halibut, salmon, lingcod, or rockfish, you can relax in our clean and cozy cabins nearby. We also offer kayaking and wildlife viewing opportunities. Watch humpback whales feeding on herring in the bay, black bears strolling along the shore, eagles soaring above, sea lions fishing for salmon in the cove, and more. Much more.

Port Ashton is only accessible by air or sea, and the property is full of history and adventure. The time you spend here will be the highlight of your Alaskan experience. Untouched nature and the unmatched hospitality of friendly and fun lodge hosts - that's the Port Ashton experience. Come and get it!

Port Ashton Packing Co. Cannery


In 2004, the Talvi family purchased land on Evans island with the dream of constructing a remote wilderness lodge in Prince William Sound. On that land lay ruins of the historic Port Ashton Packing Company, a salmon and herring cannery that burnt down in the 1960's. 

Through ingenuity and sheer determination, the two Talvi brothers and their spouses designed and built log cabins on the island. They have been welcoming fishermen, families, and friends to the property for more than 20 years since. 

Drone footage of Evan's Island and Sawmill Bay
"My husband, our adult son, and I spent a delightful two nights at the Port Ashton Lodge in mid-July, 2020. This is a gem of a place to stay with delightful comforts after a day of fishing and boating in Alaska's gorgeous Prince William Sound! The cabins are cozy with well-equipped kitchens. Barbecues are on the deck for grilling your fresh caught fish . . . after a relaxing visit to the hot tub. Lia and her family provide gracious hospitality (fresh baked cookies at night are a lovely touch) and share information on the area's interesting history and surroundings. The lodge makes it easy to visit a special, remote area surrounded by beautiful wilderness."
-AlaskaAnn, Anchorage, August 2020


Port Ashton Lodge Porter is here!

Roasty. Chocolatey. Robust.

(Did we mention delicious?)

Available at the Bearpaw Riv
er Brewing in Wasilla. It won't last long, and it won't be back until next spring.


Stop by and get yours now!  

Photo Credit: Dirk Westfall Photography 

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