Woody Island State Recreational Site

Chiniak Bay
Kodiak, AK 99615

907-269-8400

The north end of Woody Island is a 112 acre State Recreation Site. The remainder of the thirteen mile circumference island is privately owned. Woody Island was home for centuries to the Alutiiq people, who fished and hunted there before the Russians established their own agricultural colony. Life re-surged in the late 1800's with a Baptist Orphanage and a small town on the island. Woody Island has also has served as a staging ground for military communications during World War II. Now, all that's left is a small Christian summer camp run by the American Baptists. (excerpt from the Kodiak Military History Museum web site). For further information on the history of Woody Island, visit the Kodiak Military History. 

Facilities:
- Undeveloped
- ADA Facility - No
- 112 Acres

Activities
- Fishing

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