Kenai Peninsula Vacations
The city is situated approximately 580 miles (933 kilometers) from the state capital of Alaska, Juneau and about 95 miles (153 kilometers) from Anchorage.
Here in Kenai Peninsula, there are many picturesque protected parks that are well worth seeing. First take the family to Kenai Fjords National Park or Mount Marathon. They are among the more popular in the local area. Homer Spit and Kachemak Bay State Park are just a couple of the other attractive places in the area.
A trip through the beautiful aquatic displays of the Alaska SeaLife Center is the perfect way to get acquainted with the incredible creatures of the deep. Marvel at the rays and sharks and learn about local and exotic species.
The Pratt Museum is the ideal few hours for lovers of learning in Kenai Peninsula. Take advantage of the atmosphere, ask the staff about any special events, pick up a souvenir at the gift shop or just admire the relics of the past.
When you are in Kenai Peninsula pack a picnic and head to Kenai Beach, an idyllic place much loved by the locals. On a fine day, this is the place to come to taste the sea air, enjoy long walks and watch the fisherman try their luck. Slip on your sunglasses and wander the water’s edge or just enjoy the peace.