Prince William Sound Cabins

Whales, Porpoise, and Bears…Oh My!!!

May 14th, 2011   |   Eshamy Bay Info Glacier Tour Prince William Sound Taxi Whale Watching Wildlife

               Come out to the Prince William Sound and take advantage of the wildlife! Numerous sightings of Humpback Whales, Orca Whales, Dall’s Porpoise, Black Bears and more have been seen just around the corner from Eshamy Bay Lodge by staff and guests alike. We have been traveling the waters, to locate prime wildlife areas, ensuring […]

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Prince William Sound Taxi is up and running for the Season!

March 16th, 2011   |   Eshamy Bay Info Fishing Glacier Tour Prince William Sound Taxi

As of yesterday, Prince William Sound Taxi is up and running for the season! We have launched the vessel, and ventured out on our maiden voyage.  The Eshamy Bay Lodge is being prepped for the upcoming season and will be open soon. Along our trip to the lodge, we viewed dozens of otters and sea birds, and had a beautiful stop […]

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Alaska Wilderness Lodge

February 28th, 2011   |   Eshamy Bay Info

Whether you are looking for a relaxing home away from home with peace and quiet, or the exciting trip of a lifetime, the Eshamy Bay Lodge is the perfect retreat for you!  Our Alaskan Wilderness Lodge is complete with running Hot or Cold water and Flushing toilets to keep you comfortable throughout your stay. Kayaking […]

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Alaskan Adventure

February 10th, 2011   |   Eshamy Bay Info

Eshamy Bay Lodge in Prince William Sound is gearing up for a fresh new season with new management and a new Prince William Sound Water Taxi. Your hosts Duke and Pamela are eager to take you on an Alaskan Adventure, filled with the opportunity for, fishing, hunting, hiking, kayaking, and boat tours of beautiful Prince […]

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Welcome to Prince William Sound!

December 2nd, 2010   |   Eshamy Bay Info

Unlike other saltwater destination in Alaska and elsewhere, the Prince William Sound has calm and sheltered seas. Large waves and swells are not common due to the surrounding large islands and narrow passages that protect the area from the rugged Gulf of Alaska. With 2,700 miles of coastline encompassing over 10,000 square miles, your exploring […]

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