Alaska Sprucewood Lodge

Address: PO Box 3956, Soldotna, Alaska, 99669, United States | Lodge
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This lodge is located on PO Box 3956, Soldotna.
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Travel Blogs from Soldotna

Museums and Winery

A travel blog entry by gemberling on Jul 28, 2014

6 photos

... the area. Fox Farming almost caused some birds to become extinct on the islands. Went to the Bear Creek Winery for tasting and purchase. Drove back to Soldotna and camped in Centennial Park.

Fuel Soldotna 8438 miles $86.79 20.18 ...

Soldotna on the Kenai River

A travel blog entry by kersteensalaska on Jul 16, 2014

2 comments, 39 photos

... at end). She, gracious as ever, drove us around the town of Kenai where we saw thecrazy phenomenon of dip net fishing. See the pics for what a dip net looks like. Everyone stands in the water hoping to snag a returning salmon in the net. Thousands on the beach all in waders or wet suits, together with tents all along the beach. Pretty amazing! Had ...

Soldotna and fishing on the Kenai River

A travel blog entry by marcelo.heather on Jul 14, 2012

1 comment, 81 photos

... s for the upcoming competitions.
While we were there Nels was in recovery from his hip surgery. Carla had a hard time getting Nels to recuperate and relax. He is a very active person and would much prefer to be gardening or seeing his patients than lying on his back. I saw a lot of my dad (his first cousin) in him. My dad goes and goes until his battery runs out and he catches the flu or something and physically can not stand, spends ...

Our Drive to the West Side of the Kenai Peninsula

A travel blog entry by kbandjb on Jul 28, 2010

4 photos

... guiding us to those interesting, out of the way places and shops. Having read about this section of highway last night, we were prepared for the stop at the “Town of Living Trees”.

This is a wide spot in the road on the Sterling Highway, but it is a whimsical and fun stop at a local chainsaw carver’s place of business. We just missed the annual state chainsaw carving championships earlier in the month but many ...

Fishing, Moving, Moose

A travel blog entry by coyote81 on Jul 23, 2010

2 photos

... sandwiches along with fresh salmon, halibut, and other fish from the area. The food was great – tasty and big portions. I had a bucket burger and fries, and both Janice and Tristan had halibut sandwiches. Janice had a cup of chowder that was also really good.

After dinner we took a drive through town and then followed Kalifornsky Beach Road west over to the coast and down to Kasilof. This is a nice drive but our main reason for going was to look for moose which ...

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