Room Key Whether you stay in a hotel, a bed-and- breakfast, or a wilderness lodge, there&quot;s a good chance your host can help coordinate bear-watching, fishing, and other adventures. Millman recommends the Afognak Wilderness Lodge, which comprises several funky and remote log cabins, each with hunting-themed decor ($500 per night per adult, guides and outings included; 800-478- 6442, www.afognaklodge.com.). Wier enjoyed the good food and friendly people at Sitkalidak Lodge &amp; Safari&quot;s, in the native settlement of Old Harbor. (Call for the price of all-inclusive stays; 888-386- 2309, www.sitkalidak.com.) In Kodiak city, the Best Western Kodiak Inn overlooks the boat harbor ($100 to $150 per night; 888-563-4254, www.ptialaska.net/kodiakin), and the Buskin River Inn, near the airport, has views of the river and the bald eagles that frequent it ($115 to $165 per night; 800-544-2202).