Go Hiking and Biking

The trail systems in Kenai range from easy trails that are wheelchair and stroller accessible to longer hauls like the Kenai-Soldotna Unity Trail. Trails are open to foot travelers, bikers and even cross-country skiers in the winter. Get out and enjoy the beautiful city of Kenai and the surrounding area! The Kenai Soldotna Unity Trail is a paved trail that travels along the Kenai Spur Highway and Kalifornsky Beach Road. The trail connects Kenai to Soldotna and makes for a great jog or bike ride. Another favorite is the Daubenspeck Family Park Trail, it is less than a half a mile and locals love to walk or cross-country ski this trail through the park. For a view from the buff that overlooks the inlet, try the Kenai Lions Club Handicap Trail. It’s paved and located at a park with a playground and plenty of pavilions and tables for a picnic afterward.

See More Attractions

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


Keep an eye out for the area’s wildlife, including caribou, bears, harbor seals, beluga whales and more!


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