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  1. Anchor of Hope

    A Faith Baptist Church pastor from Anchorage and a group of teens from the Valley held a rally for the community on May 12, 1956. This rally marked the beginning of the Baptist Mission in the city of Kenai. This event raised enough money to help fund the down payment ($500) on an old tool…

  2. Skilak Lake Loop Road

    Located on the Kenai Peninsula, The Skilak Lake Loop Road is filled with spectacular views of glaciers and lakes, which makes it a unique scenic drive. This Loop Road is tucked away in the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge and is well-traveled by tourists and fishermen who access fishing opportunities, wildlife viewing, trails, and campgrounds. The…

  3. Old Town Kenai

    Kenai has plenty of natural wonders and wildlife, but behind its beauty lies a community full of rich history and cultural assets. If you love to learn about history and culture, This Alaskan city will surely delight you. Explore Old Town Kenai to discover its hidden gems and what made the city of Kenai the…

  4. Kenai Fjords National Park

    Located on the Kenai Peninsula, Kenai Fjords is one of the most amazing natural areas in Southcentral Alaska; and it is the perfect place to fish, explore marine life, and watch glacier ice tumble into the water. This national park was founded in 1980 to protect some of Alaska’s wilderness.  Glacier, mountains, and waves have…

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