Plan Your Visit

Kids at Beach2Fishing
If you come to Kenai to fish the world class Kenai River, prepare to stay for more than one day! Abundant fishing opportunities await anglers, by land and sea, in Kenai’s diverse rivers, lakes and bays.

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Fish four different species of salmon, Halibut, Rainbow Trout and Grayling. Try for the “Big One”, a world record King Salmon on the famous Kenai River. Click here for more information on Sportfishing.

Stop by the Kenai Visitors and Cultural Center for local hot spots or check out our Business Directory to book a guided trip.

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Explore the Outdoors
Spend your day hiking in the nearby Kenai Mountains, rafting Kenai’s rivers or taking a trip across Cook Inlet with an Alaska bush pilot for the ultimate bear viewing experience. Enjoy Kenai’s long evening beachcombing for colorful agates, socializing over a bonfire or dining on fresh Alaskan seafood.

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While you’re in Kenai, have your camera always ready; a chance to see wildlife in Kenai is not just a possibility, but a guarantee! Home to moose, caribou, bear and over 200 species of bird, Kenai is the “must see” destination for wildlife enthusiasts. Click here for more information on outdoor activities.  

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After exploring the historic attractions in Old Town, be sure to check out local theater, dance and music at one of the many Kenai performance venues. Whether on a playhouse stage, in a cozy café or a goodtime Alaskan pub, Kenai talent adds an unmatched cultural experience to every visitor’s stay.

Kenai offers an array of visual art venues and displays throughout the year. Enjoy a variety of local artwork by visiting unique galleries and strolling through the Kenai Saturday Market.