Reserve Lodging at a Bed and Breakfast in Kasilof, Alaska
The Kasilof River flows through this area out of the massive Tustumena Lake and towards the Cook Inlet. Both the River and the Lake provide many outdoor adventures such as boating on the lake, hiking, fishing for salmon or halibut, digging for clams, and beach combing. Stunning views of Mount Redoubt and Mount Spur, spectacular coastlines, pristine lakes, abundant wildlife, glaciers and more are all a part of everyday life on the peninsula.
Life on the Kenai can be laid back or quite busy while the fish are running! Travel a short distance to nearby towns such as Kenai to the North and Homer to the South. Enjoy a round of golf, a flightseeing tour to view the local wildlife or explore the work of the many local artists and artisans who have carved out a niche in Homer. A pleasant way to end the day at your cabin or B&B is to watch the sun set over Cook Inlet and Kachemak Bay.