Caribou Crossing Cabins

36165 Ollie Street, Soldotna, Alaska, 99669, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on 36165 Ollie Street, Soldotna, is near Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center, Kenai City Beach, Challenger Learning Center, and Kenai Peninsula College Fishing Academy.
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    Travel Blogs from Soldotna

    Transition Day

    A travel blog entry by fairfamily on Aug 08, 2014

    22 photos

    We let the boys sleep in and they did; until 10:00! Then it was time to pack up the RV and hit the road again. This time we are heading south to Homer. I love driving down Turnagain Arm, it is so beautiful with the Chugach mountains, glaciers, ghost forests and the Cooke Inlet. Of course, it was pouring and very windy, making it a little scary driving in the RV. We stopped at Beluga Point, but it was low tide and ...

    Day 1

    A travel blog entry by garrickgottleib on Jul 17, 2014

    5 comments, 10 photos

    The day started off pretty crazy when all of us woke up to a moose and black bear in our yard. We were in awe at the sight of the two animals. Today we went bear watching and fishing. The family left at 6 in the morning and after 3 hours of scenic driving we arrived at the plane station. Our family took a floater plane for a half hour ride through mountains and over glaciers to the flat bottom boats. The bear area was extremely crowded with ...

    Soldotna on the Kenai River

    A travel blog entry by kersteensalaska on Jul 16, 2014

    2 comments, 39 photos

    ... the left eye migrates to the other side so adults have two eyes on one side of the head
    -The largest halibut caught in Alaska was 1,000 pounds
    -They shoot large halibut in the head to kill them because they can hurt people and do damage if brought into a boat alive!




    Goodbye Kenai Fjords Glacier Lodge.

    A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Jul 02, 2014

    14 photos

    ... our guide and some of our group mates. Steve and Nick went on a ridge hike, dad went on a kayak trip in the lagoon, Ben and Alston hiked together and Taylor and Jake hung out relaxing at the lodge. We all gathered together at 1:00 for lunch before boarding the boat to Seward. On the boat we saw more humpback whales, a huge raft of sea otters, puffins, cormorants, Dall's porpoises and harbor ...

    No fish

    A travel blog entry by travelswithduke on Jun 01, 2014

    6 photos

    ... behind. St Elias Brewery in Soldotna turned out to have good beer and pizza. We did see three young moose along Kalifornsky Beach Road on the way to the fishing put in and three caribou along Lake Kenai. Alaska has viewing platforms in many places on the Kenai peninsula. We just have not seen anything other than a few young moose. If ...