We are long time Alaskans with a small lodging business located on the bank of the Kenai River, offering above average service for our guests. We are constantly being told that we go overboard providing service and amenities that we feel, will enhance your Alaska visit.
Our lodging is located on the South bank of the Kenai River, at River Milepost 25.6.
Our location is within the boundaries of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, yet only a 10 minute drive to downtown Soldotna. Your fishing spot on the Kenai River, is midway between Skilak Lake and Cook Inlet, in an area know as Swift-Water. This section of the River is popular for SOCKEYE fishing, as the River runs fast, and the fish have a tendency to all point upstream against the current, making for an easy hook set in the mouth.
We also haveWinter fun
We've lived on the Kenai River for 25 years, and have hosted countless family, friends and guests during that time. Nothing is more exciting than to see a huge grin when someone hooks into a SOCKEYE for the very first time.
The Kenai Peninsula is like a mini-Alaska, compressing all of the state’s features into an area roughly 3 percent the size of the state. You’ll find mountains, ice fields and glaciers, fjords and offshore islands, large fish-filled rivers and lakes, swampy plains, varied climate and precipitation, a few scattered port towns, and we are located right in the middle of it all..... OUR AWESOME ALASKA!!
There is 1 bear for every 21 alaskans
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200 FEET OF PRIVATE KENAI RIVER FISHING
Waders are provided to protect the river bank
Easy Snow Machine access to
Kenai National Wildlife Refuge
Your host, Gary
with the first catch of the Season
Open all year
Winter info page still under construction
Spend the day exploring the many trails in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge, then relaxing in one of our warm fully equipped lodgings. There is even a heated area to thaw and warm your machines for another day of fun in the Refuge
Alaska has 34,000 miles of coastline!
50% of U.S. seafood production is produced in AK
Alaska has 3 million lakes and 29 volcanos