Kenai Peninsula Travel Guide

Kenai: Where the Locals Go to Play

Even in a state renowned for outdoor recreation, the Kenai Peninsula is special. Known locally as “Alaska’s Playground,” the region boasts stellar salmon fishing on the turquoise-blue Kenai River, miles of awe-inspiring hiking trails, and glacier tours within Kenai Fjords National Park. In an area this large, diverse, and yet accessible, there’s always something new to discover for locals and visitors alike. Read through our Kenai Peninsula travel guide for more points of interests to tour. 

Points of Interest

  • Alaska Sea Life Center
  • Cooper Landing
  • Kenai Fjords National Park
  • Kenai River
  • Resurrection Bay
  • Russian River Falls

Activities

  • Dog sledding
  • Fishing
  • Glacier / Scenic cruising
  • Hiking
  • Kayaking
  • Rafting

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Tours That Feature Kenai Peninsula

Save $400 per Couple (May Value): $1,649.00 Value Rate: $1,849.00 Peak Rate: $2,149.00 Save $400 per Couple (Peak): $1,949.00 Save $400 per Couple (Sept Value): $1,649.00
Save $400 per Couple (May Value): $1,649.00 Value Rate: $1,849.00 Peak Rate: $2,149.00 Save $400 per Couple (Peak): $1,949.00 Save $400 per Couple (Sept Value): $1,649.00
Save $400 per Couple (May Value): $1,649.00 Value Rate: $1,849.00 Peak Rate: $2,049.00 Save $400 per Couple (Peak): $1,849.00 Save $400 per Couple (Sept Value): $1,649.00
Peak Rate: $3,599.00 Save $400 per Couple (Peak): $3,399.00 Save $800 per couple (June 3 departure): $3,199.00