Official Travel Site of the Kenai Peninsula Borough
The Upper Kenai River is a very popular rafting destination for both scenic & whitewater rafting.
Day cruises around The Kenai offer some of the best opportunities for enjoying these natural wonders up close and personal.
No visit is complete without buying a unique Alaska-made souvenir, piece of art or gift from one of the unique shopping options on The Kenai.
The Kenai hosts over 400 miles of improved trails through pristine natural surroundings.
The Kenai is world renowned for its wide-ranging fishing opportunities. Four species of salmon by the hundreds of thousands.
No matter where you travel on Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula, you’ll find plenty of culinary options and oceans of Fresh seafood.
The Kenai Peninsula Borough is 90% wilderness and therefore a destination of choice for Alaska travelers who want to observe wildlife within its natural habitat.
The Kenai has a wide array of easily accessible seashores, rivers, creaks, lakes, marshes and alpine country which make for some truly exceptional birding.
Feel the power, excitement and energy of sled dogs as they take you on the ride of your life with one of the Kenai’s sled dog tour companies.
Swan Lake/Swanson River Canoe Trail System is composed of lakes, rivers and portages in the heart of the Kenai National Wildlife Refuge.
Flightseeing can be enjoyed from airplanes, seaplanes, ski-planes, and helicopters... spectacular scenery from the air!
Alaska’s Kenai Peninsula offers something for everyone. No matter what type of adventure or activity level you like, there’s something to take your breath away or get your adrenaline pumping.
The Kenai Peninsula is an ideal launching point for your once in a lifetime bear viewing experience.
Horseback riding has not replaced the dog sled for the traditional animal-supported adventure in Alaska.
Kayaking Resurrection Bay provides a stunning backdrop of scenery and wildlife as you paddle your way around.
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