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We feel that your Alaska fishing trip cannot be its best without the perfect place to stay. With our lodging-inclusive Alaska fishing packages, you'll get to stay at one of those places! Ranging from brand new lakeside cabins or cottages on the banks of the Kenai River, we've got the perfect spot to make your Alaskan fishing adventure a dream come true!
Please note that the more popular places to stay book very early, so please plan early (often times a year or more). In addition, while we think our options our amongst the finest available on the Peninsula, if you're looking for something entirely different, just let us know. We'll be happy to help you find that special place!
'The Ocean' ... Located on a high bluff comprising the shoreline of Cook Inlet, Ocean Bluff located in Kasilof about 15 miles south of Soldotna. There are three inside rooms and a stand-alone cabin on the edge of the bluff.
The cabin is perfect for couples and also has a kitchenette (stove, sink, refrigerator, microwave, toaster, and coffee maker) as well for your convenience.
'The Lakes' ... Nestled on the shore of Lower Cohoe Lake in Kasilof, approx. 1.5 miles off Cohoe Loop Road. Just minutes away from Kasilof River meet / take out locations and also very close to Crooked Creek and Cook Inlet.
Three brand new cabins carefully sited to afford great views
of the lake and mountains, as well as occasional float planes taking off
Each cabin is heated, has a private bath and a kitchen
area with a microwave, coffee maker, toaster and refrigerator.
'The River' ... Looking to stay right on the banks of the Kenai? This is the place, a private paradise in the woods! Your host, "Beluga Bill", will always treat you right!
You'll have private dock access to try your luck for a variety of species only a few steps away! It's middle river location gives you the splendors of a riverfront lodge without quite the activity on the river that you'll find further downstream.
A great place for July guests looking to partake in the fabled Kenai River sockeye fishery from a private dock. You have two cabins available, sleeping up to four anglers each.
The cabins come complete with a kitchenette, gas fireplace, private bath, barbecue, deck, and picnic table. They have two sets of bunk beds and a futon that makes into a double bed. It's perfect for a family fishing trip!
Beluga Bill's is located near Sterling, several miles upstream from Soldotna.
On-site do-it-yourself processing, vacuum
packing and smoking equipment available.
Please note: all cabins at 'The River' run $15 ($20 in August) nightly more per person than standard package rates, in addition, these are extremely popular during the Kenai sockeye run, you must plan roughly 10-12 months out or more for availability here during these peak times.
'The Ridge' ... Bob and Susan are your hosts for this trio of cabins located just three miles from the Kasilof River boat ramp and roughly 15 miles from Soldotna. Although not waterfront, it offers splendid setting tucked away in the woods. Tustumena Ridge cabins are especially well-suited for larger parties. Guests have the use of a fish cleaning area and freezer space is provided for guests as well.
The large main cabin offers two bedrooms with four beds (1 queen, 2 full, 1 twin) as well as a sleeper sofa. In addition to the Main Cabin, 'The Ridge' offers a pair of newer additions:
The Moose Cabin is 14'x18' with a fully equipped kitchenette (refrigerator, stove and sink and is equipped with just about everything you'll need for cooking).
The cabin has a full over full log bunk bed with comfortable pillow top mattresses. There is a futon that pulls out as a sleeper.
Furnishings include a small dining table and a comfortable rocking chair. The cabin has a fire pit, picnic table and gas barbecue. The cabin has a nice wood stove and a small electric heater, it also has a phone.
Early risers staying in the Moose Cabin have a good chance of seeing some of the local moose that browse around the yard.
The Bear Cabin is 20'x28' with a fully equipped kitchen, dining area, full bathroom and two upstairs bedrooms. One bedroom has a twin over queen bunk bed and the other has a full over full bunk bed There is also a full-size sleeper sofa downstairs.
The cabin has a Vermont Castings wood stove for atmosphere and an oil fired heater for convenience. Furnishings include several cozy chairs and a comfortable couch. The cabin has a small grassy area with picnic table and gas barbecue. The large front porch has two nice rocking chairs.
You'll find a good supply of Alaska books. There is a TV/VCR with satellite programming and a collection of videos. We have a selection of games for guest use.
A new feature this year is the "Dog House", a small storage shed next to the parking spot for the Bear Cabin. Great for storing your extra gear, fish boxes, coolers, etc. It could also be the perfect place to put that member of your party who snores the loudest, has the stinkiest feet or complains about the cooking!
'The Hollow' ... Not your average cabin in the woods!
Your hosts, Paul & Evy Gebhardt (of Iditarod fame, second place in 2007) are your hosts for this lovely set of cabins.
Savor your own personal log setting with one of of the four, newly
constructed cabins. Each of these professionally built cabins features a
private bedroom, bath, kitchen area, covered front porch and private rear
grill is provided with each cabin for your private use.
'The Bear Den' ... A large cabin ideally suited for slightly larger groups or families.
Also located in Kasilof, just 15 miles south of downtown Soldotna, the Bear Den sleeps 6-7 guests. Once again, you're close enough to town to enjoy the countless restaurants or shop at one of several major grocery stores yet far enough out of town to get away from it all!
Just a few minutes away from our Kasilof River launch and roughly 30 minutes north of the Halibut trip meet point.
The Bear Den offers a master bedroom (with half bath) with a Queen bed, a second bedroom with two twin beds, another full bath, and a reading loft as well.
The cabin offers a fully equipped kitchen with full size refrigerator, range, microwave, coffee maker, and more. An outdoor barbeque is also provided for those guests wishing to BBQ up some steaks or a piece of your freshly caught fish!
Satellite TV is also available in the main living room.
Have a question, like to book some dates? Use our online information / booking request form.
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