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  1. Ed’s Kasilof Seafoods

      Since 1970, Ed’s has been the go-to seafood joint in town for wild and smoked salmon, wild halibut, Alaskan king crab and much more. It’s where you’ll find the freshest wild Alaskan scallops and razor clams, Alaskan cod, and rockfish, and of course Alaskan shrimp. Jarred and canned smoked salmon are popular for travel…

  2. Soldotna Creek Park

      June is the perfect time to take advantage of the Kenai River, and Soldotna Creek Park is a favorite destination to start your adventure. Right off of Sterling Highway, you’ll instantly feel immersed in the Alaskan wild. With five acres to explore, it’s a fisherman’s paradise, but you certainly don’t need to be looking…

  3. Halloween Happenings

      The peninsula is full of spooky activities throughout October, like Halloween Kids Craft at the nearby Soldotna Library where kids can make x-ray hands, bats and many more ghoulish crafts. Check out the annual Pie and Dessert Auction hosted by the Soldotna Chamber, the only fundraiser of the year! Costumes are encouraged, and you…

  4. Visit Kalifornsky

      Head just a few miles west from Soldotna and you’ll find yourself in the coastal town of Kalifornsky, population just under 10,000. At just 70 square miles, this eastern shore town of Cook Inlet on Kenai Peninsula is easily accessible from Sterling Highway and just ten miles from Kenai city. Featuring mild winters and…

  5. Soldotna Visitor Center

      Stop by the official visitor center in a small town like Soldotna, and you’ll get more than a plethora of free brochures and guides. It’s where you can meet local experts and get first-hand tips, recommendations and ideas on how to enjoy your adopted city like a resident. Soldotna hugs the banks of the…

  6. Sitka Pioneer Home

      Discover the diverse and rich history of Sitka and Alaska at this educational destination. From the meager beginnings as a log cabin to the renovations and updates of the Russians in the 1800s, the Sitka Pioneer Home is an homage to the one of a kind blending of cultures only Alaska boasts. Originally a…

  7. Hiking Trails on the Peninsula

      Don’t let the last of summer go to waste. Spend your time on the Kenai Peninsula exploring the various hiking trails that showcase the wild and beautiful side of Alaska in a brand new light. Devil’s Creek Trail is a fantastic two-day hike option, but be careful. Wolves, moose and even wolverines are often…

  8. 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….

  9. 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…

  10. 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…

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