The Kenai River boasts major runs of four Pacific salmon species: king, red, silver and pink; in addition to trophy sized rainbow trout and Dolly Varden. Kenai River kings, or Chinook salmon, are among the largest North Pacific salmon, often weighing from 50 to over 85 pounds. The abundant productivity of the Kenai River and variety of habitats enables the area to support large concentrations of bald eagles and many species of migratory waterfowl. Moose, caribou, wolves, bears and other wildlife also use the river system's resources. The area offers prime opportunities for fishing, boating, camping and wildlife observation.
ADA Facility - Yes
No RV size limit
Camping Limit - 7 days
Daily Parking Fee -
Picnic sites - one per site
Driving Directions: Take the Seward Hwy South, at the cut-off, bear to the right onto the Sterling Hwy. Located at mileposts 80-88 of the Sterling Hwy.
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