Welcome to Rohrer Bear Camp. Our camp is situated in the heart of the Kodiak National Wildlife Refuge. Kodiak Island is located in the Gulf of Alaska approximately 250 miles SW of Anchorage.
Kodiak Island, also known as the Emerald Isle, possesses an incredible array of land and marine wildlife, as well as offering unsurpassed fishing opportunities. Home of the famous Kodiak Brown Bear, Kodiak island boasts one of the highest Brown bear concentrations in the world, which yields Rohrer Bear Camp perfect for wildlife viewing & watching! No other bear camp in Alaska has quite the experience of Sam Rohrer’s Bear Camp.
As lifelong Alaskan’s, it is our desire to share our home and love of Kodiak Island with others. We provide a fully guided wilderness experience for wildlife enthusiasts, photographers, sport fisherman and big game hunters. We specialize in small groups and make personal attention a priority. All hunting trips are one guide per hunter. All other trips are one guide per four guests with generally a maximum of 4 to 8 guests in camp.
Kodiak Island truly offers something for everyone, from families with young kids to the most serious outdoor enthusiasts. Special requests are always welcome – we will tailor your stay to ensure a trip of a lifetime!
-Sam Rohrer, Master Guide of Rohrer Bear Camp
As wildlife photographers, my son Ryan and I have travelled all over the state of Alaska photographing wildlife from Denali to Brooks Falls over the past several years. Rohrer Bear camp is by far the best stop we have ever made. The abundance of wildlife keeps your shutter going all day long, not to mention catching our limit in Silver Salmon!– Chris Candela