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  1. Soldotna’s Museums

    Soldotna is an Alaskan city better known for its fishing opportunities and water activities. But this city offers much more than that; it has several parks and campgrounds like Centennial Park Campground, Soldotna Creek Park, and Swiftwater Park Campground, among others. If you’re not outdoorsy, Soldotna offers some cultural sites like the Soldotna Historical Society…

  2. Kasilof River

    Located 12 miles south of the Kenai River and Soldotna, the Kasilof River is a glacier-fed river that stretches from Tustumena Lake (the largest Kenai Peninsula Lake) to Cook inlet for 17 miles. This river is often referred to as the Kenai River’s little brother even tho it is way more glacially turbid than the…

  3. Soldotna Public Library: Fun Activities at Home

    All bookworms visiting Soldotna would want to stop by the Soldotna Public Library in 235 N. Binkley Street to get a glimpse of the plethora of reading materials and join in some fun and exciting events. The facility offers different events almost every week. Activities for Children Go and grab you kids, visit the Public…

  4. Salmon Run Series

      The popular series is held throughout the summer in Soldotna, with a number of dates in July. It was founded by local Allie Ostrander in 2012 as part of the Caring for Kenai Contest. However, Allie didn’t settle for a silver prize and just an idea—she brought her dream to life. The Salmon Run…

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