Kenai Peninsula GuideThe Kenai Peninsula is south of Anchorage, surrounded by the Cook Inlet to the west and Prince William Sound to the east. It is one of the most visited tourist regions in Alaska, especially popular with anglers lured by its excellent salmon and halibut fishing. HotelsFind hotels in Soldotna, Kenai, Kasilof and more, including Caribou Crossing Cabins, Gallery Lodge, Log Cabin Inn, All Seasons Bed and Breakfast Kenai, Kenai Airport Hotel, Aspen Extended Stay Suites and Aspen Hotel Soldotna. Places and AttractionsExplore popular places and attractions around Kenai Peninsula including R & J Seafoods, Gotta Fish Charters, T J Seggy's, Communications Alaska, Alaskan Sunset Cabins, Carlson Enterprises and AK Secondhand.
Popular in Kenai PeninsulaHomerHomer is on the Kenai Peninsula in Southcentral Alaska. It is known as "the end of the road". SewardSeward is a small port city located at the head of Resurrection Bay on the Kenai Peninsula in Southcentral Alaska.
In Kenai PeninsulaAnchor PointAnchor Point is on the Kenai Peninsula in Southcentral Alaska. In the summer of 1778 Captain James Cook sailed into Cook Inlet searching for the Northwest Passage. SoldotnaSoldotna is a city on the banks of the Kenai River, in the center of the Kenai Peninsula of Alaska. Kachemak Bay State ParkKachemak Bay State Park is in Homer, Alaska This is Alaska's first and largest Park including 400,000 acres of Park and Wilderness Areas.
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