69.4N x 146.54W
Kavik River Camp is NOT a guide service. The experience here is limited to guest services. You can launch a very successful self-guided hunt from here.
What does self-guided mean?
As a hunter you must have all licences and tags pertinent to your hunt PRIOR to your arrival. I do not sell these items at Camp, nor do I plan to start doing so. PLEASE remember it is your right and responsibility to find out the tags, licences and bag limits. The State of Alaska Fish and Game site is set up to allow you do obtain these items easily online.
Caring and transport of meat and trophy is YOUR responsibility. Bring the means to care for your bounty with you, or call me to help arrange those items to be here for your arrival for a nominal fee. For the guests at Kavik, there is a place to hang and process your bounty. For campers these same services will be available at a nominal fee , determined also by space availability.
Kavik River Camp is located in the prime valley where the Central, Porcupine, and Western Caribou herds migrate. What I can offer you is a place to eat, sleep, relax and base your very own self-guided hunt. Take a peek at the image gallery to see what previous self-guided hunters have achieved, and you may want to do it too!
Kavik Faciities are for Kavik Clients. Some items can be ourchased (snacks... showers) from the Dining Hall attendant during open hours. I do not run CC's for purchases under 50 dollars. Please bring cash if spending less than the minimum CC amount.
All people are welcome to say hello and have a cup to warm up. But this is a working Camp.
2017 Reservation Schedule
Taking reservations for the 2017 season. Please email for reservations to:
50% non-refundable deposit to hold weeks. first come first served
July 31-Aug 7 open
Aug 7-Aug14 open
Aug 14-Aug 21 open
Aug 21-Aug 28 full
Aug 28-Sept4 full
Sept 4-Sept11 4places open
Sept 11-Sept 18 open