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Spent several nites at this lodge which is very convenient to the Kenai River for salmon fishing. Beautiful view from the windows of the lodge; enjoyed outdoor cooking in their bbq area. Able to do lots of walking in the area to the boardwalk across...More
Clean comfortable and quiet, except for the lovely sound of the river flowing by outside your window. Centrally located to shopping and restaurants. As you can see in the photos it's a fisherman's paradise. Staff was friendly, very casual. Prices reflect river views. .
Availability, reasonable price and river access, everthing you need. I caught Rainbows and Dollys which were my target species. Fish cleanning station and freezer space were a welcome perk. Located near tackle shops and any other necessity..
The river view is beautiful. The grounds are very nice -we enjoyed sitting outside to just watch birds and the river. The staff were friendly and answered loads of questions. The hotel itself is dated and an older property. However, it met our needs and...More
USD 93 - USD 168 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Response from FairfaxBob | Reviewed this property |
No clue. I'm not a fisherman. It seems that half of the population of the Kenai Peninsula makes its living running fishing expeditions/charters. I saw lots of FedEx and UPS trucks at fish processing plants. Honestly, if... More
No clue. I'm not a fisherman. It seems that half of the population of the Kenai Peninsula makes its living running fishing expeditions/charters. I saw lots of FedEx and UPS trucks at fish processing plants. Honestly, if all you want is fresh salmon, save yourself a trip and go to Trader Joe's.