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  1. Sitka Conservation Society

      From salmon fishing trips to educational seminars, the Sitka Conservation Society (SCS) is a volunteer-run organization celebrating the “community that thrives on salmon.” Wild salmon is what connects the Sitka community through jobs, food and income. A staple of Alaskan life, salmon call public lands home, traveling up Tongass rivers every autumn for spawning….

  2. Peninsula Processing and Smokehouse

      You just scored the catch of a lifetime fishing in Soldotna—now what? Getting your prize home requires expert packaging and processing, and that’s exactly what the local Peninsula Processing and Smokehouse offers. With custom processing for all sportfishermen and women across the Kenai Peninsula, you can guarantee your catch will arrive in quality condition…

  3. Now, That’s a Funny River

      Northeast of downtown Soldotna is Funny River, as well as a quaint 10-unit campground and popular day area. Head to where the Kenai and Funny River meet, just 11 miles from the town, and you’ll enjoy some fantastic angler access where silver salmon and sockeyes are often found during the summer months. Located at…

  4. All Kinds of “Things” to Discover

      In downtown Soldotna, side by side, visitors notice two very similar shops: Antiques & Things right beside Frames & Things. If it’s knickknacks, treasures and everything related that you love, no trip to the Kenai Peninsula is complete without a stop in both of these shops. Showcasing only the highest quality of finds, including…

  5. New Archangel Dancers

      Popular at Fourth of July celebrations and events throughout the year in Sitka, the New Archangel Dancers have been a staple of the region for nearly 50 years. The group promotes the history and appreciation of Russia in Alaska via folk dances, songs and more. Russian influences were strong during the 18th and 19th…

  6. Kenai Singers Community Choir and More

      Throughout the year, the Kenai Singers Community Choir hosts performances, shows and special events throughout the Soldotna region. Open to anyone who wishes to sing, including newcomers, this is one of the strongest groups in the region and is directed by Simon Nissen. Hosted by the Kenai High School Choir Room, you’ll want to…

  7. An Old Fashioned Fourth

      Every year, Sitka hosts a fun-filled Fourth of July celebration with parade, games and of course a huge fireworks display. The parade begins promptly at 2 p.m. on Lake Street before winding down Lincoln and ending at City Hall. However, starting July 1 the city of Sitka starts celebrating the biggest holiday of the…

  8. Buckets Sports Grill

      Looking for the perfect sports pub to catch the game and indulge in an insanely innovative menu full of comfort food? Buckets Sports Grill is a staple in Soldotna, fun for the whole family and with a special kids menu that features favorites like double-battered corn dogs, nachos with cheddar cheese and of course…

  9. Froso’s for Father’s Day

      Go to Froso’s Family Restaurant this Father’s Day for the freshest halibut in town, delicious sushi rolls, and the option to “make your own pasta” that’s so generous, you’ll have to take some to go. With an impressive soup menu for starters, the cuisines include Italian, Greek, Mexican and American, so there’s something for…

  10. Kenai Fishing Academy

      Gary Turner founded the Kenai Fishing Academy in 2003 after fishing around the state and hearing remarks like, “I’ve been coming up here for five years and haven’t been able to catch a king!” Turner took the “teach a man to fish” saying literally, and partnered with local fly fishing teacher Dave Atcheson to…

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