Caribou Crossing Cabins

Address: 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

    ~~Windy, wet, cold and very COOL!~~

    A travel blog entry by mimiparis on Aug 06, 2015

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    Kenai, (KEE ni) is Russian for "Cook Inlet." The Port of Kenai serves as a perfect vantage point to view the mountain range, Kenai Mountains.

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    Playing at "dusk" on the Kenai Beach...

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    The Northern Harrier, on the State Endangered Species List, has a remarkable sends of smell. Like the owl, it has a curved, sound-reflecting facial ruff, when combined with its low flying, enables it to ...

    Mountains, and salmon, and bears, oh my!

    A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jul 23, 2015

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    ... campsite was on a 300 foot bluff overlooking the Cook Inlet, with 3 active volcanoes on the horizon.   We hiked their Interpretive Trail and Beach Trail where we found some interesting rocks.   We moved to Talon Air in Soldotna on Monday and took care of chores on the way-dumped, filled with fresh water and LP, got groceries and did laundry.  Tuesday we got up early because we had a 6:30 am check in time for our fly-in fishing trip to Lake ...

    Cold, wet, and looking for something to do

    A travel blog entry by sidsnow on Jul 18, 2015

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    ... 8220;Burger Bus” right across the street-so we grabbed a burger and fries to share as we watched locals come and go at the “bus”. Then it was back to Soldotna where we watched a fisherman land a king salmon. Unfortunately he was 20 miles from the mouth of the river, fish caught more than 18 miles inland must be released. Alaska has 320 pages of fishing regulations, it is so complicated no one knows what is legal and what is not ...

    We are now in the Village of Kenai

    A travel blog entry by lfsk2015 on Jun 21, 2015

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    It's been awhile since we've posted anything as we've been boon docking or without wifi. We have had many wonderful experiences. I'll briefly explain what we have been doing. We found a great campground at Matanuska Glacier. There was about a mile trail we could hike to view the glacier. It was a beautiful hike to view an amazing glacier. After that we visited a musk ox farm. Since we are not going North far enough to see musk ox in ...

    Bears and Sockeye Salmon

    A travel blog entry by chuckjeanfl on Jul 10, 2014

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    ... his B&B and calling late in the day, Steve was great to work with. He set us up with a combo bear viewing/sockeye salmon fishing 1/2 day trip through High Adventure Air and fishing licenses. We knew we were going to a lake or river, but no one thought to ask where it was.

    The main downside is that we have to go in two groups, 1 1/2 hours apart. Mike and Sherry decided to go first (noon), then the rest of us would go later. Their ...