Buskin River State Recreation Site
Buskin River State Recreation Site borders the Buskin River and is near the state airport. The Buskin River is one of the most productive fisheries on the Kodiak road system. Visitors from around the world visit this river to fish for sockeye and coho salmon. For those that like to hike or mountain bike, there are old military roads connecting WWII structures hidden in the spruce forest on the north side of the park. Visitors can expect to see a variety of birds and wildlife including brown bears, eagles, harlequin ducks, and harbor seals. Most camping sites are suitable for RVs and there is an RV overflow area. Camping sites are available on a first come first serve basis. There are two picnic shelters and a handicapped-accessible fishing platform located nearby the river.
Buskin is located on the Kodiak road system and is a short drive from both downtown and the airport. To reach the Park from the Kodiak State Airport, turn right onto Rezanof Drive. Follow Rezanof for .7 miles. Turn right at the Park sign. If beginning from the ferry dock, go west on Center Street, make a left onto Rezanof Drive. Follow for 4.1 miles. Turn left at the Park sign.