Book Online

Category Archives: Hunting and Fishing

  1. The Wildlife Shelter’s Guidebook

    Kenai National Wildlife Refuge Visitor Center is the place for tourists to go when looking for information regarding U.S. Wildlife Refuge’s activities. The center is located at Ski Hill Road, Soldotna, only 10.5 miles away from the Aspen Hotels and a 4-minute walk away from the U.S. Wildlife Refuge. Business Hours The Kenai National Wildlife…

  2. Can you dig it?

    The tiny town of Clam Gulch is just a few miles south of Kenai and an absolute must for clamming. Alaska might be known for some of the best fishing in the world, but if you want a unique, local experience that doesn’t require a tackle box, head to “clam town.” Here, thousands of razor…

  3. Welcome Hunting Season!

      September is when fall hunting season begins throughout Alaska, including Kenai. For many regions, it’s open season for moose, Dall sheep, deer and caribou. Big game hunting requires harvest tickets or registration, and harvest reports are due within 15 days of when the season closes. Kenai Peninsula is Game Management Unit (GMU) 15 in…

  • Stay Longer, Save more

    Unpack and Stay a While

  • Things To Do in Kenai

    So Many Options