Russian River Campground

Mile 52, Sterling Hwy., Anchorage, Alaska, United States | Campground
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Russian River

A travel blog entry by kellyhanson


We are now headed back south to restock our motor home. We stop quickly in Anchorage and then head to the Russian River Campground. Haley and Mark are hoping to Salmon fish if they are running. We pass through Turnagain Arm. The tidal bore is a wall of water 10 feet high that rolls in very quickly. We missed seeing it come in. Maybe next time. …

Anchorage, Alaska (16 -19 June 2013)

A travel blog entry by la.adendorff


Given that I only had a couple of days in Anchorage, we had no time to lose. Al, Stevie and myself got up reasonably early for a Sunday and drove out to Girdwood for Breakfast. Breakfast was not only delicious (crab and cheese melt on a baguette) but beautiful, surrounded by the mountains of the Alyeska Ski Resort and the streams flowing with …

Final Days on the Kenai

A travel blog entry by coyote81


We spent our final four days on the Kenai Peninsula at the Russian River Campground. We arrived Sunday after spending the previous few days at the Kenai Princess Campground and were happy to be back at our favorite place. Our campsite was in the Steelhead loop, site number 22.

Our activities during this stay were all focused on fishing. …

Russian River Rainbows

A travel blog entry by coyote81


We spent most of today fishing on the Russian River. This is one of my all-time favorite rivers, it is just beautiful. This year looks like it will be even better since I like to fish for rainbow trout while most everyone else is fishing for salmon. I get in my salmon time too, but I love going after the rainbows. We got an update on the salmon run …

Sockeye Fising - Finally!

A travel blog entry by coyote81


Today was one of the nicest days we have had in a while. It was mostly sunny with scattered clouds during the day and only light showers in the evening. We never needed jackets or rain gear, and I can't remember the last time we could say that.

There are still no sockeyes here. According to the local wildlife biologist, the sockeyes are …


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