Camp on the Kenai

Cozy up to Mother Nature at one of the many accessible campsites, RV parks and lodges that combine the best of the great outdoors with the comfort of modern amenities in Soldotna. Known as a “wilderness in the city,” the riverfront Centennial Park campsites include firepits and picnic tables. Boat launches are conveniently located near the scenic boardwalks and much of the grounds are handicap accessible. The Klondike RV Park and Cabins are located near the river and minutes from downtown. Take time to explore the many hiking and biking trails near the campsites that are suitable for every activity level. Stop to smell the wildflowers along the trails or learn to forage for mushrooms and berries. Plan guided bird watching, bear viewing, hiking or canoeing trips and explore the easily accessible wilderness from the mile-long elevated Kenai River boardwalk. Visit the Pioneer Garden and Purple Heart Memorial at Soldotna Creek Park for beautiful flower arrays and fluttering butterflies. Although many trails are easy to navigate, visitor guides help travelers choose which trail is best for them.

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