Foster Landing Log Cabins and B&B

Address: PO Box 2505, Kenai, Alaska, 99611, United States | Campground
 
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Location

This campground, located on PO Box 2505, Kenai, is near Kenai Visitor and Cultural Center, Kenai City Beach, and Challenger Learning Center.
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Travel Blogs from Kenai

Great day for a Glacier Cruise

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 19, 2014

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We went on the 26 Glacier Cruise for the day. The weather was sunny, beautiful and calm - one of only 5 days the ship captain could remember for all this summer in Whittier! Yeh for us! We saw beautiful blue calm waters, 26 glaciers, sea otters, whales, sea lions, killer whales and kittiwakes. We sat with Ann (Denmark) and Johneave (Paris, ...

On a cliff overlooking Cook Inlet

A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 15, 2014

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... couple hours after high tide. The water will rise 20'!
We took hike around Kenai. Visiting the Holy Assumption of the Virgin Mary Russian Orthodox Church. It is one of the oldest churches in Alaska. Fort Kenay, Parish House Rectory (considered the oldest building on the peninsula) and St. Nicholas Chapel. The area has rich Russian history.
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I didn't know it could get better.

A travel blog entry by 50statestravel on Jul 01, 2014

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Our lodging was warm and quiet. We got up to a wonderful breakfast before our kayak trip. Last night before dinner we all got the opportunity to sign up for some kind of activity. One of the cool things was that we didn't have to all stay together and do the same activity. Some signed up for hiking, while others did some lagoon paddling and others a kayak trip to a glacier. Taylor, Jake, Nick, Alston and I went on the all ...

Exploring in the Kenai

A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 21, 2013

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... let alone the peaks. I passed through a tiny settlement of Clam Gulch (population approx 180), which is world famous for its razor clams & people come from far & wide to harvest them from the sandy beaches. The incoming tides can, apparently, catch people out & several have been stranded by them in the past, probably concentrating so much on digging up the clams!

Now Ninilchik, what a gem, it's the sort of place I love. I drove down a short road to ...

A Day in Kenai

A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 07, 2013

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... and found the launch site for the fishing trip.

Upon our return, there were four people setting up tents behind the Aliner. Of course we tried to get into a discussionand were successful. Husband and wife #1, she was from LA via mexico, he was from Wisconsin of American Indian descent.
He appeared to be about 25, had two tours in Afganistan and had recently
been discharge ...