Adventure on the Kenai Peninsula
It's all about nature when you choose lodging at a bed and breakfast inn in Soldoltna!
The town's name is Russian for "soldier," and you will be just as prepared as a soldier for your wild Alaskan getaway, thanks to the variety of shops in this hub community. With an assortment of restaurants, outfitters, retail stores, and specialty shops, you can be prepared for anything that your visit brings!
The Kenai National Wildlife Refuge awaits you, offering canoeing, hiking, wildlife, cross-country skiing, and snow machining. Just a little further away is the Kenai Fjords National Park where you can see glaciers, area wildlife, or spend time on the water.
You can also try your luck fishing on the many nearby bodies of water: the world's largest King Salmon make their home in the blue-green waters of the Kenai River; Pacific Salmon and Sockeye live in Tustumena Lake; and a variety of both Trout and Salmon, along with Dolly Varden reside in Skilak Lake.
It doesn’t get any better than accommodations at a BBAA member B&B in Soldoltna. All that’s left to decide is which to call home during your south central Alaska vacation!