60 03.354 N,148 03.460 W
Located on Evans island in remote south-western Prince William Sound, Port Ashton Lodge is only accessible by air or sea.
Getting to our off-grid location is part of the fun.
First, drive the scenic byway along Turnagain Arm or ride the Alaska railroad to Whittier or Seward, keeping an eye out for mountain goats on the cliffs or beluga whales in the water. After arriving in one of the picturesque port towns, board a fishing charter or arrange a water taxi to take you the remaining distance to the lodge.
Or, if you'd like to take a quicker route, hop on a short 45-minute float plane flight straight from Anchorage.
The majority of our guests arrive via a fishing charter based out of Whittier or Seward, taking advantage of our strategic location next to world-renowned deep-sea fishing waters to extend their fishing time.
Learn more here.
Not into fishing? Take a scenic water taxi from Whittier instead:
BRING YOUR OWN BOAT
Recreational boaters are always welcome!
Don't have your own boat?
Boat rentals out of Whittier
ALASKA STATE FERRY
The Kennicott ferry runs throughout the summer, departing from Whittier and making a whistle stop in Chenega Bay on Evans Island. We are 3 miles away by water and can arrange to pick you up from the ferry dock. The Kennicott is the only marine ferry with fins, making for a smooth travel across open water (under most conditions).
*NOTE: Due to budget cuts, labor shortages, and COVID complications, the State Ferry runs infrequently and schedules are unreliable*