Offering trips to no more than 6 guests at a time, Grosvenor Lodge feels like your own private Alaska fishing lodge.
At most lodges, there’s no guarantee of who you’re sharing them with. With a limited capacity of 4-6 guests at a time, Grosvenor is the perfect place for just you and yours.
Located within a remote area of Katmai National Park at the junction between Lake Grosvenor and Lake Coville, our lodge offers jet boat access to some of the most unfrequented rivers and streams in the Bristol Bay area for a truly unique and secluded experience.
Guests are accommodated in the three cozy guest cabins on-site, each of which have heat and electricity. All guest cabins include one twin-sized bed and a twin-sized bunk bed (three beds total in each cabin). A recently renovated bathhouse is situated next to the guest cabins and features two private restrooms (including showers) for guest use.
The quaint but comfortable main lodge houses the lounging area and bar, where complimentary cocktails are served each evening. Many a fishing story has been told in this historic Pan Abode-style cabin which provides a relaxing place to unwind after an exciting day on the water.
The kitchen and dining area, where hearty Alaska fare is prepared each day features a stunning view across Grosvenor Lake. Despite our remote location, our lodge chef works closely with our reservations office in Anchorage to prepare delicious meals for our guests while also accommodating for individual food allergies and/or dietary restrictions.
Our personable and accommodating staff will ensure that all your needs are met during your stay at Grosvenor. Our tight-knit team on site is dedicated to providing a safe and comfortable Alaska experience in a truly secluded environment.
Aside from our team on the ground, we also work closely with numerous pilots, guides, and other personnel from our own Katmai Air service and sister operation, Kulik Lodge, to provide air transportation and guided fly outs around the greater Bristol Bay area.