What’s in the area



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Local sites of interest..

The Kenai Peninsula is 90% wilderness and a destination of choice for travelers who want to observe wildlife in its natural habitat. The Kenai is also world renowned for its wide ranging fishing opportunities.


Kenai National Refuge opened it’s new environmental conscious building in 2015. It features life sized displays of wildlife and educational exhibits. A popular place for a photograph of a huge bronze cast, life size moose at the entrance of the exhibit. 


Soldotna Visitors Center has on display the taxidermy of the world’s largest Chinook salmon caught with rod and reel on the Kenai River. It has many other worthwhile displays and information.

Soldotna Historic Village and Museum offers interesting information about the early homesteaders to the area. A hand made log cabin on site shows how the settlers survived in those early days without modern conveniences.  


Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center houses permanent collections of natural history objects, archeological material, native artifacts and contemporary art work.


Kenai’s “Old Town” features an original Russian Orthodox Church along with other early day hand made structures. Kenai is the Peninsula’s oldest city. It is situated on a bluff that overlooks the mouth of famous Kenai River.

Homer has a magnificent new building, Alaska Islands and Ocean Visitor Center. It is a state of the art interpretive, educational and research facility. Explore, experience and discover the natural treasurers of Kachemak Bay and the surrounding ocean.

Homer’s Pratt Museum tour, Art in the elements walking path. 


Homer Spit, a long narrow finger of land jutting 4.5 miles into Kachemak Bay. It hosts art galleries, fine dining and great unique small shops with Alaska artifacts.

Seward, known a the gateway to Kenai Fjords National Park, is a picturesque town with a bustling harbor and historic downtown district.


Seward’s Alaska Sea Life Center is an aquarium and world class cold water marine research facility on the shores of Resurrection Bay. Visitors can enjoy close encounters with puffins, octopus, sea lions and other marine life.  


With all of these sight seeing and fishing opportunities available, it is easy to see why travelers from around the world flock to experience all the wonderful things the Kenai Peninsula has to offer.

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