Experience Lodging on The Kenai


The warm glow of a fire. The aroma of native Alaskan Spruce. A view of the nature just outside your window… You have not fully experienced Alaska until you have visited The Kenai, Alaska’s Playground! Home to the Russian River, Chugach Mountains and the Chugach National Forest Park.


From the moment you arrive, you know you’re somewhere special. Vaulted ceilings, cozy sitting areas with wood-burning stoves create an atmosphere so compelling, you may never want to leave.  The windows rise from floor to ceiling allowing for the awesome stature of the surroundings to be enjoyed from the comfort of your deep leather chair. An expansive deck overlooks the wild — the ideal spot to relax, visit with friends and savor the exquisite landscape.

Cabins and lodges on the Kenai Peninsula are ideal for different kinds of trips: Honeymoons, anniversary getaways, family vacations, or group vacations. Among lofting spruce and slate-crested mountains, you will discover the history, nature, and atmosphere of Alaska’s vibrant land. Most lodges offer something for everyone, whether it’s upbeat outdoor activities or a relaxing day in the last frontier.


Alaskan Lodges are often nestled in a cozy waterfront, old wooded forest or crystal-capped mountain. Undisturbed wildlife and miles upon miles of silent, stunning beauty, is the resplendent experience you’ll find while visiting The Kenai.

Though it can be hard to leave the unique romance of your wilderness lodge, the great outdoors offer its very own scenic appeal. The Kenai is not only famous for its trophy-sized fish but also for it’s river rafting, nature hikes, and wildlife viewing cruises through Resurrection Bay, Kenai Fjords National Park and so much more!


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