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  1. Soldotna Creek Park

    This beautiful 13.5-acre park is located along the Kenai River’s turquoise banks, and it is indeed the city’s community backyard or “Soldotna’s Living Room,” as locals call it. Locals and visitors alike enjoy Soldotna Creek Park’s beautiful scenery, with benches overlooking the magnificent Kenai River, boardwalks, and gravel paths. The massive Fred Meyer Pavilion accommodates…

  2. 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…

  3. 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…

  4. Tour of Tsalteshi in Soldotna, Alaska

    Soldotna is home to the world-class, multi-use Tsaltechi Trails. Cyclists and adventurers take full advantage of this endless fun trails year-round. Being managed as a nonprofit space by the Talteshi Trails Association, the trails are maintained by grants, donations, and volunteers who help to keep its mission: “Actively provide and support multi-use trail network that…

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