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  1. Soldotna Airport

      The local municipal airport, SQX, is on Funny River Road and just one mile from downtown Soldotna. Close to the Kenai River, arrivals don’t have to wait long for their fly fishing, hunting and exploration activities. In fact, many tour companies, including flightseeing and fishing charters, pick up visitors directly from SQX. No hangar…

  2. Restaurant Row

      Sterling Highway is home to a number of locally-owned restaurants, each serving up generous hospitality alongside delicious dishes. Start your journey at the Caribou Family Restaurant at the southern tip of the highway. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, try the chicken fried steak, ground sirloin, pork chops and liver and onions platter. Next…

  3. Fly-Out Fishing

      Natron Air offers fly-out fishing along with birds-eye views of the most stunning Alaskan regions. Anglers flock to Alaska for dreamy fishing trips. There’s nothing like casting your line in a backcountry Alaskan River, but how do you get there? Natron offers unguided trips to pristine destinations that are prime for a big catch….

  4. Brief History of Soldotna

      This charming little town is on the Kenai Peninsula, just 150 miles from Anchorage and at the Kenai Spur Highway/Sterling Highway junction. You’ll find it 10 miles inland from the Cook Inlet, snuggled up against the Kenai River. The town itself is just seven square miles of land and one square mile of water….

  5. Take an Air Tour

      If you’re visiting Soldotna in March, the warmer season is still a few weeks away, and many attractions are still closed for winter. However, don’t worry—there’s a way to take in the beauty of the region without sacrificing warmth or comfort. An air tour is a great way to enjoy the region, as you’re…

  6. Get Your Soldotna Coffee Fix

      It’s no surprise that Soldotna, and every town in Alaska, is famous for their brew. It’s a must to keep warm and caffeinated, whether you’re heading on a chartered boat trip or to a business meeting. In Soldotna, check out Kaladi Brothers Coffee, a local chain known for air-roasting their beans, unique fare and…

  7. Get Your Pick at Alaska Berries

      Located in Soldotna, Alaska Berries is the first and only winery in Alaska that’s wholly “Alaska grown.” All fruits and berries used to create jams and wines are local. Known for “bush to bottle” processing, Alaska Berries is completely in charge of the total process. The best fruit picked at the best time leads…

  8. Valentine’s Day Options in Soldotna

      Romance can take on a new meaning in Soldotna. When you’re surrounded by so much natural beauty, opting for a more relaxed Valentine’s Day breakfast or dinner is often a good call, especially when there are so many restaurants dishing up home cooking. Try The Moose is Loose for the best desserts in Soldotna…

  9. Visit the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge

      Tucked close to Soldotna is the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, now in its 75th year of conservation. Almost two million acres, this sprawling land is the most visited park in Alaska and famous for a variety of wildlife and habitats. Wolves, moose, bears and swans roam the lands, and the number one attraction is…

  10. St. Elias Brewing

      Local brewery and pub St. Elias is where you’ll find comfort food, plenty of friendly locals, and crisp, intricate microbrews. Mozz breadsticks with “red sauce” or artichoke dip is the perfect starter, and a selection of 11-inch fired rustic pizzas are perfect for group gatherings. Try the Peter Rabbit with garlic oil, house red…

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