Kenai Airport Hotel

Address: 230 North Willow Street, Kenai, Alaska, 99611, United States | 2 star inn
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This 2 star inn, located on 230 North Willow Street, 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

    8 photos

    ... and interesting conversations along with exciting scenery!
    We left Whittier after the cruise and camped at Wiiliwaw CG. A beautiful and magnificent location! We came here on the recommendation of Linda and Roger, who we meet when camping in Sarah Palin's backyard (Wassilla). Linda and Roger also recommend we go to the Begich Bogg Visitor center.

    On a cliff overlooking Cook Inlet

    A travel blog entry by cmcqueen on Aug 15, 2014

    5 photos

    We arrived in Kenai with scattered sunshine and our campsite is on a bluff overlooking the mouth of the Kenai River that flows into Cook Inlet. Kenai is the largest city on the Kenai peninsula. We are staying here a few days.
    We arrived at low tide with high tide around 7 pm. If there are Beluga Whales to see, it will be a couple hours before ...

    I didn't know it could get better.

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

    26 photos

    ... I had a seal surface about ten feet from us. We also got to see some puffin nests and jellyfish in the water. We set a record breaking pace according to Riley, and got back to the lodge in time to join the second lunch. It was delicious. Taylor and Alston proceeded to fall asleep after, while Jake and Nick explored close by. Ben and Dad went on a canoe/hike up to Addison Lake. Steve went out on a kayak trip around the lagoon ...

    Exploring in the Kenai

    A travel blog entry by mazb10 on Aug 21, 2013

    99 photos

    ... from Alaska Native languages), was the main language spoken in Ninilchik long after the purchase of Alaska in 1867. A few speakers of this dialect are still alive & Russian and US linguists are documenting & cataloging the language. The 1880 US census listed 53 "Creoles" living in Ninilchik in 9 extended families, all are descendants of the original Kvasnikoff and Oskolkoff families, which include marriages to Alaska natives. In 1896 a school was built & staffed ...

    On to Kenai, AK

    A travel blog entry by chuckschatter on Jul 06, 2013

    1 comment, 5 photos

    ... on the bow of the ship. Not sure why, if they saw something, I don’t think the ship could be
    turned quick enough, unless it to was equipped with bow skegs (you know those
    things they put on the wrong end of Kayaks). Otherwise, the 4.5 hour trip was very smooth and uneventful.

    I have been on 4 or 5 different ferries during this trip. Each one is configured a little
    differently, ...