Kenai River Drifters Lodge

Address: Mile 48.3 Sterling Highway, Cooper Landing, Alaska, 99572, United States | 2 star lodge
 
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This 2 star lodge is located on Mile 48.3 Sterling Highway, Cooper Landing.
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      Travel Blogs from Cooper Landing

      Skilak Lake, Soldotna, Kenai, Homer & Petersen

      A travel blog entry by cjcarter27 on Aug 11, 2014

      4 comments, 29 photos

      ... It just goes to show, it never hurts to ask! The project itself was Shane's idea and invention involving drilling a hole though the frame and floorboard so that a long bolt with washers could be attached to better secure it to the frame and tongue. He got it done and it has helped immensely. So, later we may fortify the initial installation with a couple more bolts before heading out of Alaska.

      After the fix, we went back for one more night in ...

      From Anchorage to Coopers Landing, Kenai Peninsula

      A travel blog entry by karenlhorne on Aug 10, 2014

      13 photos

      ... from San Francisco. The tour on the other hand doesn't bode well. My heart sinks when the guide gets out pictures of each day that she has drawn herself. They are not good and even if they were I am unsure why our trip has to be drawn out for us. Hey oh. We drive down to the Kenai peninsula, South of Anchorage. I am surprised by the scenery- it reminds me of the UK with a bit of Iceland thrown in. I was expecting it to be a little more grand but it looks like we will have ...

      Today goes to the dogs, and Exit Glacier

      A travel blog entry by shannoneastin on Jul 14, 2014

      1 comment

      ... owns 54 of his own dogs, and has competed in the jr. Iditarod. He was super cool, and shared some stories that have happened on the trail. Apparently moose will charge your dog team?!? So scary. Anyway, the kids, Scott, and I had a great time. We even got to feed two baby reindeer, and hold some puppies. After we left the dog camp, we headed to a subway for our cheapest lunch yet. Everything is double here, so finding a subway was such a relief. ...

      Panning for gold and raft trip

      A travel blog entry by mollanjake on Jul 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... to check out Prospector John's. The shop is small and has the typical stuff, rocks, fossils, jewelry. The panning was $29 for a bucket of dirt. I thought it was pricey, but we were there and had nothing else to do. You fill your bucket from a dirt pile. it was good sized bucket. not a small household one .

      Prospector John himself was there and explained to us how to use the sluice box and as luck would have it we got a flake of ...

      Seward and on to Anchorage

      A travel blog entry by kiwikaren on Aug 26, 2013

      ... Turnagain Arm and were told to keep an eye out for Beluga whales. However, the Arm is tidal with the second largest tidal variation in the world - averaging 36 feet between low and high tide - the tide was out and it's glacial so the water is very muddy, so a small white whale becomes hard to spot! However, I did catch just a glimpse of a back as one dived.

      We got to Anchorage about 5pm and as we had to have our bags out for collection by ...