Take to the Water

With the town of Kenai sitting at the mouth of the Kenai River, there is plenty of water to be explored. Spend the day on the river or venture out into the Cook Inlet. Plan a day on the water in a boat, raft, kayak or canoe. The City of Kenai operates the City Dock complete with four boat launch ramps and plenty of parking. Want to get close to the water but not on it? Head to the local beaches! North and South Beaches are favorites for dip netters but also offer overnight camping for any traveler. Additionally, Kenai Beach on South Spruce Street is a community beach providing access to Cook Inlet and plenty of wildlife viewing potential. There is a parking lot at Kenai Beach but some visitors choose to go there on foot instead. Walk the Beach Access trail that meanders through the park and along a beautiful gully to get to the beach.

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Swing a club on the only full-service, 18-hole course on the Kenai Peninsula.


Visit Holy Assumption Russian Orthodox Church and St. Nicholas Chapel.


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